Muhsin Khan. Ahmad Hasan. Sahih Al-Bukhari 1. Revelation 2. Belief 3.
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Muhsin Khan. Ahmad Hasan. Sahih Al-Bukhari 1. Revelation 2. Belief 3. Knowledge 4. Ablutions Wudu 5. Bathing Ghusl 6. Menstrual Periods 7. Rubbing hands and feet with dust Tayammum 8. Prayers Salat 9. Virtues of the Prayer Hall Sutra of the Musalla Times of the Prayers Call to Prayers Adhaan Characteristics of Prayer Friday Prayer Fear Prayer The Two Festivals Eids Witr Prayer Invoking Allah for Rain Istisqaa Eclipses Prostration During Recital of Quran Shortening the Prayers At-Taqseer Prayer at Night Tahajjud Actions while Praying Funerals Al-Janaaiz Obligatory Charity Tax Zakat Pilgrimmage Hajj Minor Pilgrammage Umra Pilgrims Prevented from Completing the Pilgrimmage Penalty of Hunting while on Pilgrimmage Virtues of Madinah Fasting Praying at Night in Ramadaan Taraweeh Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah Itikaf Sales and Trade Hiring Representation, Authorization, Business by Proxy Agriculture Distribution of Water Lost Things Picked up by Someone Luqaata Oppressions Partnership Mortgaging Manumission of Slaves Gifts Witnesses Peacemaking Conditions Wills and Testaments Wasaayaa Fighting for the Cause of Allah Jihaad One-fifth of Booty to the Cause of Allah Khumus Beginning of Creation Prophets Virtues and Merits of the Prophet pbuh and his Companions Companions of the Prophet Merits of the Helpers in Madinah Ansaar Military Expeditions led by the Prophet pbuh Al-Maghaazi Prophetic Commentary on the Quran Tafseer of the Prophet pbuh Virtues of the Quran Wedlock, Marriage Nikaah Divorce Supporting the Family Food, Meals Hunting, Slaughtering Al-Adha Festival Sacrifice Adaahi Drinks Patients Medicine Dress Good Manners and Form Al-Adab Asking Permission Invocations To make the Heart Tender Ar-Riqaq Divine Will Al-Qadar Oaths and Vows Expiation for Unfulfilled Oaths Laws of Inheritance Al-Faraaid Limits and Punishments set by Allah Hudood Blood Money Ad-Diyat Dealing with Apostates Saying Something under Compulsion Ikraah Tricks Interpretation of Dreams Afflictions and the End of the World Judgments Ahkaam Wishes Accepting Information Given by a Truthful Person Holding Fast to the Quran and Sunnah The Book of Destiny Kitab-ul-Qadr Purification Kitab Al-Taharah 2.
Prayer Kitab Al-Salat 3. Zakat Kitab Al-Zakat Marriage Kitab Al-Nikah Divorce Kitab Al-Talaq Fasting Kitab Al-Siyam Jihad Kitab Al-Jihad Sacrifice Kitab Al-Dahaya Game Kitab Al-Said
List of Hadith Books
One of six canonical collections of hadith. With Sahih al-Bukhari , considered particularly authoritative among Sunni Muslims. Compiled and codified in the ninth century by Muslim Ibn al-Hajjaj. Consists of forty-two books arranged by topic, covering faith, purification, prayer, almsgiving, personal hygiene, fasting, pilgrimage, marriage and divorce, business transactions, inheritance, gifts, bequests, oaths, punishments, judicial decisions, jihad, travel, government, sacrifices, food and drink, clothing, adab, greetings, qualities of Muhammad and his Companions, destiny, dhikr, repentance, knowledge, hell, paradise, Judgment Day, piety, and tafsir. Divides hadith into three categories according to the knowledge and character of the transmitter and the degree to which the hadith is free from contradictions, falsehoods, or misrepresentations. See also Muslim Ibn al-Hajjaj. All Rights Reserved.
Translation of Sahih Muslim
It was collected by Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj , also known as Imam Muslim. He traveled widely to gather his collection of ahadith plural of hadith , including to areas now in Iraq , the Arabian Peninsula , Syria and Egypt. Out of , hadith which he evaluated, approximately 4, were extracted for inclusion into his collection based on stringent acceptance criteria. Each report in his collection was checked and the veracity of the chain of reporters was painstakingly established. Sahih Muslim is divided into 43 books, containing a total of narrations. However, it is important to realize that Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj never claimed to collect all authentic traditions as his goal was to collect only traditions that all Muslims should agree on about accuracy.