Sahih Al-Bukhari (9 Vol. Set)
Author: Imam Bukhari | Volumes: 9 | Size: 80 MB
Generally regarded as the single most authentic collection of Ahadith, Sahih Al-Bukhari covers almost all aspects of life in providing proper guidance from the messenger of Allah. This 9-Volume Bukhari is the work of over 16 years by Imam Bukhari who before writing any Hadith in this book performed two Rakat prayer of guidance from Allah and when he was sure of the Hadith's authenticity, he wrote it in the book. Tremendous amounts of errors exist in the translations by other translators. To eliminate the problem Dar-us-Salam spent over 3 years in the publication of this book and presented a book which is translated into English in a very easy & simple language, so that all readers can understand it without difficulty.
Sahih Muslim (7 Vol. Set)
Author: Imam Muslim Ibn Al-Hajjaj | Volumes: 7 | Size: 60 MB
Imam Muslim is one of the foremost preservers of ahadith of the Prophet. His book comes second only to Sahih al Bukhari in terms of authenticity according to majority of scholars. It is considered to be better than Sahih Bukhari in terms of organization and repetition according to some scholars of Islam. It is the second in the collection of 6 books called "Sihah Sittah" or "6 most authentic books". Imam Muslim took painstaking efforts in preserving the words/actions/sayings & approvals of the Prophet. He has mostly used 4-5 narrators in the chain of transmission although there are a couple of hadith containing 3 narrators. Imam Muslim was a very good student of Imam Bukhari and some of his Shuyukhs, although he did not narrate from Imam Bukhari too much, thus reducing the # of narrators.
Sunan An-Nasa'i (6 Vol. Set)
Author: Imam An-Nasai | Pages: ~500/book | Volumes: 6
Sunan An-Nasai has the fewest weak ahadith after the two Sahih collections. This Sunan is one of the six is al-Mujtaba or as-Sunan as-Sughara, which is a synopsis of a large collection of ahadith which he considered to be fairly reliable. In the smaller collection, only those ahadith which he considered to be reliable have been included. It was compiled by the great scholar of hadith, Abu Abdur-Rahman Ahmad bin Shu'aib bin Bahr An-Nasai (Nasa' of Khurasan) (214-303AH). Imam An-Nasai, like other great scholars of hadith traveled to Baghdad, Ash-Sham, Egypt, Mecca, and many other cities to seek knowledge. He received the praises of many scholars including Ad-Daraqutni who said about him: "He is given preference over all others who are mentioned with this knowledge from the people of his time". Some scholars consider his compilation to have the least number of defective or weak narrations among the four Sunan. This great book of his contains 5761 ahadith, making it as an invaluable addition to anyone's library.
Sunan Ibn Majah (5 Vol. Set)
Author: Imam ibn Majah Al-Qazwini | Pages: 2678 | Volumes: 5
Sunan Ibn Majah is one of the six most authentic collections of the Ahadith and contains 4,341 total Ahadith. Like the other translations of the six books of hadith, Dar-us-Salam Publications, has taken great care in correct translation, simple and clear modern English language, and high quality publishing. Ahadith in the book are followed by comments to explain issues and to help readers derive lessons. To aid readers further, Dar-us-Salam, has added several features like section on how to benefit from Sunan Ibn Majah, about the Arabic and technical terms used, information about the hadith compilations and a glossary of Islamic terms in the last volume.
An Introduction to the Sciences of Hadith
Author: Ibn al-Salah al-Shahrazuri | Pages: 315 | Size: 19 MB
After the Qur'an itself, the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad form the most important foundation of Islamic thought. The hadith were accounts -- usually brief -- of the words and actions of the Prophet. As such, they were subjected to intense scrutiny by generations of Muslim scholars. Better known as the Muqaddimah, Ibn al-Salah (1181-1245) composed this work while serving as the head of the Dar al-Hadith al-Ashrafiya in Damascus, one of the most prestigious institutions for the study of hadith in the Islamic world. Here he provides a complete overview of the science devoted to the study of the words and actions of the Prophet Muhammad, and also a guide to the terminology and techniques of the scholars of hadith as it summarizes most of the previous work on the subject and forms the basis of almost all later activity in the field. The book enjoyed immense popularity and influenced most subsequent writing on the subject.
A Textbook of Hadith Studies
Author: Mohammad Hashim Kamali | Pages: 206 | Size: 45 MB
A Textbook of Hadith Studies is an authoritative book on Hadith criticism, classification, compilation and authenticity. It provides a wide-ranging coverage of Hadith methodology and literature for intermediate and advanced levels of study. Readership: For all those interested in Hadith, Islamic law, History and classical Islamic intellectual tradition
An Introduction to the Sciences of Hadith
Author: Suhayb Hasan | Pages: 40 | Size: 1 MB
The Muslims in general believe that the Qur'an has been preserved intact and pure by Allah Himself. But what is often forgotten by many is that this preservation necessarily includes the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (S), the practical example of the implementation of the Qur'an. Hadith is Sunnah in record. How the immense wealth of Hadith literature has been left to us by the Muhaddiths (scholars of Hadith) is an extremely wide, complex study. We publish this short treatise on "the science of Hadith" by the learned Suhaib Hasan with English readers in mind. It is part of our scheme to introduce various aspects of Islam to English readers. May Allah accept it as a good work.
Author: Abu Ameena Bilal Philips | Pages: 167 | Size: 4 MB
The science of hadeeth terminology and assesment is a particularly difficult field of study. Dr. Bilal Philips has managed in this text to simplify this topic and to make it quite relevant to our times by addressing some of the most challenging questions raised by those who question the validity of hadeeth literature in general.
The Authority and Importance of the Sunnah
Author: Jamaal al-Din Zarabozo | Pages: 244 | Size: 19 MB
This book deals with the following topics: the meaning of "Sunnah" evidence for the authority of the Sunnah, the roles of the Prophet, the status of the sunnah vis-a-vis the Quran demonsrtating that the two go hand and hand as the foundation of Islam, ruling concerning one who rejects the authority of the Sunnah, the preservation of the sunnah and what it truly means to be following the Sunnah. This book is meant to clarify a number ofcommon misconceptions and encourages the correct following of the sunnah.
Bukhari, Muslim, Malik, and Dawud Hadith Collection
Author: Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani | Pages: 579 | Size: 27 MB
Bulugh Al-Maram (attainment of the objective according to the evidence of the ordinances) is based upon the Ahadith of our Prophet which have been the sources of Islamic Jurisprudence. Al-Hafiz Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani has recorded the true significance of the Ahadith and their origins & also made a comparison of the versions, if the sources are more than one.
Author: Imam Bukhari | Pages: 175 | Size: 1 MB
Translated from the original Arabic into English, provides a vivid insight into the moral conduct of the early Muslims in a society led by the perfect character of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) ('I was only sent to perfect good character'). The Prophet's Companions represent excellent examples of men of vigorous moral stature whose conduct inspired and attracted the masses to the fold of Islam wherever they went during the expansion of the Muslim territories, and contrary to the stereotypic portrayal, in the West, of Islam as being spread by the sword.
Author: Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani | Pages: 61 | Size: 1 MB
The classic work on Usool al-Hadith by the al-Hafidh Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani. An essential title for anyone serisously interested in learning about Hadith, their chains of tranmission, narrators, and classfications.
By Muhammad Zakariyya Kandhelwi. This is a Commentary on the abridged form of Imam Tirmidhi's (209 - 279 AH) famous Shamaa-il, in which he has recorded everything about the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) on the authority of the Companions, and collected 397 ahadith which are devided into 55 Chapters. Drawing A pen picture of the Holy Prophet's (S.A.W) physical features manners and characteristics.
110 Hadith Qudsi
Author: S. Masood-ul-Hasan | Pages: 125 | Size: 4 MB
Ahadith are the sayings, deeds and approvals of the Prophet (S) under Divine guidance and are generally traced back to the Prophet (S) as regards to their authority. But some Ahadith hold a distinct place and are termed as Ahadith Qudsi (Sacred Ahadith) and the authority in these Ahadith is attributed to Allah through the Prophet (S). It is a collection of 110 such Ahadith relating to the important aspects of daily life so that the readers may get benefited from it for the success in this life as well as in the Hereafter.
100 Fabricated Hadith
Author: Sheikh Faisal | Pages: 141 | Size: 5 MB
The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "He who tells a lie on me intentionally, let him take his seat in the Hellfire" (Bukhari Volume 1, No 107). Whenever a person quotes a fabricated hadith knowingly, he or she is guilty of lying on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Fabricated ahadith stunt the spiritual growth of the Muslim Ummah. This book is a compilation and refutation of one hundred of the most famous and lethal fabricated ahadith in the Muslim world today.
Notes on the Science of Hadith
Author: Dr Mahmoud At-Tahhaan | Pages: 26 | Size: 1 MB
A very effective compilation by the author on the important subject of the science of hadith.
Rules Governing The Criticism Of Hadith
Author: Dr Mahmoud At-Tahhaan | Pages: 22 | Size: 1 MB
An summarised text detailing the rules governing the Criticism of Hadeeth. From its introduction -'A hadith (pl. ahadith) is composed of two parts: the matn (text) and the isnad (chain of reporters). A text may seem to be logical and reasonable but it needs an authentic isnad with reliable reporters to be acceptable; 'Abdullah b. al-Mubarak (d. 181 AH) is reported to have said, "The isnad is part of the religion: had it not been for the isnad, whoever wished to would have said whatever he liked." During the lifetime of the Prophet (SAS) and after his death, his Companions (Sahabah) used to refer to him when quoting his sayings. The Successors (Tabi'un) followed suit; some of them used to quote the Prophet (SAS) through the Companions while others would omit the intermediate authority - such a hadith was known as mursal (loose). It was found that the missing link between the Successor and the Prophet (SAS) might be one person, i.e. a Companion, or two persons, the extra person being an older Successor who heard the hadith from the Companion.'
The Compilation of Hadith
Author: Abdul Ghaffar Hassan | Pages: 21 | Size: 1 MB
This book is a translation of the introduction to the Urdu booklet "Intikhaab-e- Hadeeth” (The Compilation of Hadeeth) of Shaykh Abdul Ghaffar Hassan Rehmaanee. In this treatise Shaykh Abdul Ghaffar Hassan deals with the topic of the compilation of hadeeth. The Shaykh explains various issues related to the preservation and compilation of hadeeth, including the method of preservation, the periods of compilation of hadeeth and the first books of hadeeth. The Shaykh goes onto explain the different sciences of hadeeth that were developed to preserve and explain the ahaadeeth and other books written on various subjects over the centuries. May Allaah reward the Shaykh for this booklet explaining the compilation of hadeeth.
Author: Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbali | Pages: 23 | Size: 1 MB
This book is a translation of a short treatise entitled Kashf-ul-Kurbah fee wasfi Haali Ahlil-Ghurbah, or Alleviating Grievances in Describing the Condition of the Strangers, written by the great Imaam, Al- Haafidh Zayn-ud-Deen Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbalee, rahimahullaah. In this treatise, Ibn Rajab deals with the topic of the Strangers, or Al-Ghurabaa. He begins by listing the many ahaadeeth reported about them, in which the Messenger of Allaah describes their attributes and explains their position. They are given this name because they will be strange during the Last Days, due to their adherence to the Sunnah and to the Way of the First Muslims, the Salaf As-Saalih. So just as those who first accepted Islaam at the hands of Muhammad (saws) were considered strangers with their families and close ones, then indeed, those who adhere to the Sunnah in the last Days, when innovations and misguidance are rampant and widespread, will also be considered strangers amidst their families and close ones, not to mention the disbelievers.
Sacred Scrolls: 40 Hadeeth Nawawi
Chain of Command - Sciences of Hadith (Notes)
Selected ahaadeeth from 'Saheeh al-Jaami'
Al-Imaam as-Suyooti (may Allaah have mercy on him) originally had a collection of hadeeth called 'al-Jaami' as-Sagheer min Hadeeth al-Basheer an-Nadheer' (The Small Collection of the Sayings of the Giver of Glad Tidings, the Warner). The authenticated version of that collection is by Shaykh al-Albaani, and it is called 'Saheeh al-Jaami as-Sagheer wa Ziyaadatuh'.
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