ONLINE READ DOWNLOAD (10 MB) OTHER LINK DOWNLOAD (10 MB). Get this from a library! Kitab-i zindagi: Urdū tarjumah al-Adab al-mufrad. [ Muḥammad ibn Ismāʻīl Bukhārī; ʻAbdulquddūs Hāshmī Nadvī]. Ṣaḥīḥ al-Bukhārī is a collection of hadīth compiled by Abu Abdullāh Muhammad Ibn Ismā`īl al-Bukhārī(rahimahullāh). His collection is recognized by the.

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He authored the hadith collection known as Sahih al-Bukhariregarded by Sunni Muslims on one of the most authentic sahih hadith collections. He also wrote other books such as Al-Adab al-Mufrad.

His father, Ismail ibn Ibrahima scholar of hadith, was a student and associate of Malik ibn Anas. Some Iraqi scholars related hadith narrations from him. Al-Mughirah’s father, Bardizbah, is the earliest known ancestor of Bukhari according to most scholars and historians. He was a Zoroastrian Magiand died as such. As-Subki is the only scholar to name Bardizbah’s father, who he says was named Bazzabah Persian: Little is known of either Bardizbah or Bazzabah, except that they were Persian and followed the religion of their people.

Al Adab Al Mufrad, Part 1 (Urdu) By Khaleeq Ahmed Mufti, Sharjah TV. – video dailymotion

The historian al-Dhahabi described his early academic life:. He began studying hadith in the year A. He was raised by his mother because his father died when he was an infant. He traveled with his mother and brother in the year after having heard the narrations of his region. He began authoring books and narrating hadith while still an adolescent. At that time I also authored a book of history at the al-arab of the Prophet at night during a full moon. At the age of sixteen, al-mufead, together with his brother and widowed mother, made the pilgrimage to Mecca.

From there he made a series of travels in order to increase his knowledge of hadith. He went through all the important centres of Islamic learning of his time, talked to scholars and exchanged information on hadith.


It is said that he heard from over 1, men, and learned overtraditions. After sixteen years absence [ citation needed ]he returned to Bukhara, and there he drew up his al-Jami’ as-Sahiha collection of 7, tested traditions, arranged in chapters so as to afford a basis for a complete system of jurisprudence without the use of speculative law.

Al Adab Al Mufrad, Part 1 (Urdu) By Khaleeq Ahmed Mufti, Sharjah TV.

His book is highly regarded among Sunni Muslims, and considered the most authentic collection al-muffrad hadith, even ahead of the Muwatta Imam Malik and Sahih Muslim of Bukhari’s student Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj. Most Sunni scholars consider it second only to the Quran in terms of authenticity. He also composed other books, including al-Adab al-Mufradwhich is a collection of hadiths on ethics and manners, as well as two books containing biographies of hadith narrators see isnad.

It was in Nishapur that he met Muslim ugdu al-Hajjaj. He would be considered his student, and eventually collector and organiser of hadith collection Sahih Muslim which is considered second only to that of al-Bukhari.

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Bukhari wrote three works discussing narrators of hadith with respect to their ability in conveying their material: The large compendium is published and well-identified. The medium compendium was thought to be the brief collection and was published as such.

The brief compendium has yet to be found. Then there is a brief work jn weak narrators: Two of Bukhari’s hadith works have survived: The latter is also known simply as Sahih al-Bukhari. Al-Dhahabi said that Imam Bukhari was a mujtahid, a scholar capable of making his own ijtihad without following any Islamic school of jurisprudence al-adsb particular. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Bukhari surname and Bukhari disambiguation. BukharaTransoxiana in present-day Uzbekistan. Islamic Law and Society. The Biography of Imam Bukhaaree.

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Khartank SamarkandUzbekistan. Zahiri [1] [2] [3] [4]. MuhaddithHadith compiler, Islamic scholar. Muhammad — prepared the Constitution of Medinataught the Quranand advised his companions. Ali fourth caliph taught. AishaMuhammad’s wife and Abu Bakr ‘s daughter taught. Abd Allah ibn Abbas taught. Zayd ibn Thabit taught. Umar second caliph taught. Abu Hurairah — taught. Alqama ibn Qays died taught.

Husayn ibn Ali — taught. Qasim ibn Muhammad ibn Abu Bakr taught and raised by Aisha. Urwah ibn Zubayr died taught by Aisha, he then taught. Said ibn al-Musayyib taught. Abdullah ibn Umar taught. Abd Allah ibn al-Zubayr taught by Aisha, he then taught. Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin — taught.

Hisham ibn Urwah taught. Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri died taught. Salim ibn Abd-Allah ibn Umar taught. Umar ibn Abdul Aziz raised and taught by Abdullah ibn Umar. Hammad bin ibi Sulman taught. Muhammad al-Baqir taught. Farwah bint al-Qasim Abu Bakr’s great grand daughter Jafar’s mother.

Zayd ibn Ali Malik ibn Anas — wrote Muwattajurisprudence from early Medina period now mostly followed by Sunni in Africa and taught.

Abu Yusuf wrote Usul al-fiqh. Isma’il ibn Jafar Ahmad ibn Hanbal — wrote Musnad Ahmad ibn Hanbal jurisprudence followed by Sunni and hadith books. Muhammad al-Bukhari al-mfurad Sahih al-Bukhari hadith books.

Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj wrote Sahih Muslim hadith books. Ibn Majah wrote Sunan ibn Majah hadith book. Some of Muhammad’s Companions. Travelled extensively collecting the sayings of Muhammad and compiled books of hadith.

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