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The first time in the history of Islam, the most authentic six books of hadith are translated in English. The first of these to be completed for distribution is Sunan Ibn Majah, which is available in five volumes, totaling 2678 pages. Thereafter, the complete translation of Sahih Muslim in 7 volumes, totaling 3758 pages, Sunan at-Tirmidhi in six volumes, Sunan an-Nasa’i in 6 volumes, and Sunan Abu Dawud in 5 volumes, remaining each volume more than 530 pages. More...
Abu Bakr As Siddeeq
From the day he embraced Islam until the day he died, Abu Bakr As-Siddique ابو بكر الصدي (Radhi Allahu Anhu - May Allah be Pleased with Him) was the ideal Muslim, surpassing all other Companions in every sphere of life. During the Prophet's lifetime, Abu Bakr was an exemplary soldier More…
Imam Ibn Al Qayyim
This great Imam is well-known amongst both the early scholars and the later scholars as ibn Qayum alJawziyyah. Some shorten it and simply say ibn alQayyim. The biographical reference works are in agreement More…
Sunan Abu Dawood
This book of hadith is one from the group of six renowned books of hadith known as Siha Sittah. Rest of the books are Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Nisaa'ee, Tirmazi and Ibn Maajah. Ahadith from More…
This book contains short stories and incidents that occurred during the life time of Prophet (Peace be upon him), Rightly Guided Calips, Salf-us-Saleheen More…
Sunan Abu Dawood Urdu (2 Vols)
Section: Hadith Books
Translator: Shaikh Abu Ammaar Omar Farooq Saeedi
Compiler: Imam Abu Dawood Sulaiman Bin Ash-ath Sajistani
This book of hadith is one from the group of six renowned books of hadith known as Siha Sittah. Rest of the books are Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Nisaa'ee, Tirmazi and Ibn Maajah. Ahadith from this book have been used by all four School of thoughts.
As against Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim, this book contains some weak ahadith which are stated as such by Imam Abu Dawood himself or by other researchers. Translator of the book has mentioned under every such hadith the reason of weakness for the benefit of the readers.
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