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Books of Hadith

"Surely, a Messenger has come unto you from among yourselves; grievous to him is that you should fall into trouble; he is ardently desirous of your welfare; and to the believers he is compassionate, merciful."[Holy Quran 9:128]

"And We have sent thee not but as a mercy for all peoples."[Holy Quran 21:108]

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  1. Forty Gems of Beauty
    $2.00
    Forty Gems of Beauty Learn More
  2. Gardens of the righteous
    $10.00
    English translation of Riyadh As-Salihin of Muhyi ad-Din Abu Zakariyya' Yahya b. Sharaf an-Nawawi (1233-78)
    Translated from Arabic by Ch. Mohammad Zafrullah Khan
    Riyadh as-Salihin is a concise collection of tradtions which has been printed on various occasion e.g. at Mecca and Cairo , but this is the first translation into a western language.

    Ryadh as-Salihin is a selection from the Sahih and one or two other works on hadith, among them, the Muwatta of Imam Malik. The greater part of the hadith included in the Riyadh as-Salihin is a selection from Bokhari and Muslim; most of these are to be found in both. Most section of Riyadh as-Salihin set out the relevant verses from the Holy Quran at the outset of the section, as emphasizing that the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet is an illustration of the values inculcated by the Quran. It was inescapable that some of the tradition relevant to more sections than one would be repeated. In such cases repetition has been largely avoided in the translation by furnishing cross references. Learn More
  3. Hadeeqa tul Salheen
    $10.00
    Hadeeqa tul Salheen Learn More
  4. Sahih Bukhari , translated in Urdu, first 6 volumes
    $60.00
    After Quran and Sunnah, the third source of guidance is hadeeth. By Hadeeth we mean those traditions which were compiled from the statements of diverse narrators a century and a half after the Holy Prophet. The distinction between sunnah and hadeeth is that sunnah is a continuous practice which was started by the Holy Prophet (pbuh).
    When the time of the companions of the Holy Prophet had passed some of their successors thought of compiling the ahadeeth and they were compiled. There is no doubt that most of the compilers of hadeeth were very pious and righteous. They tested the accuracy of ahadeeth as far as it was possible and tried to steer clear of such of them as in their opinion were manufactured, and they rejected every hadeeth any narrator of which was of doubtful veracity. As all this activity was ex post factum, it was no more than conjecture; yet it would be most unfair to say that all ahadeeth are vain and useless and false. So much care was taken in compiling the ahadeeth, and such research and criticism were employed in the task, that they cannot be matched in any other religion.
    This book is the Urdu translation of the ahadeeth collected by Imam Bukhari and considered by Muslims as the most authentic collection of Ahadith. Learn More
  5. Sahih Bukhari , translated in Urdu, Vol. 3
    $10.00
    Sahih Bukhari , translated in Urdu, Vol. 3 Learn More
  6. Sahih Bukhari , translated in Urdu, Vol. 4
    $10.00
    Sahih Bukhari , translated in Urdu, Vol. 4 Learn More
  7. Sahih Bukhari , translated in Urdu, Vol. 5
    $10.00
    After Quran and Sunnah, the third source of guidance is hadeeth. By Hadeeth we mean those traditions which were compiled from the statements of diverse narrators a century and a half after the Holy Prophet. The distinction between sunnah and hadeeth is that sunnah is a continuous practice which was started by the Holy Prophet (pbuh).
    When the time of the companions of the Holy Prophet had passed some of their successors thought of compiling the ahadeeth and they were compiled. There is no doubt that most of the compilers of hadeeth were very pious and righteous. They tested the accuracy of ahadeeth as far as it was possible and tried to steer clear of such of them as in their opinion were manufactured, and they rejected every hadeeth any narrator of which was of doubtful veracity. As all this activity was ex post factum, it was no more than conjecture; yet it would be most unfair to say that all ahadeeth are vain and useless and false. So much care was taken in compiling the ahadeeth, and such research and criticism were employed in the task, that they cannot be matched in any other religion.
    This book is the Urdu translation of the ahadeeth collected by Imam Bukhari and considered by Muslims as the most authentic collection of Ahadith. Learn More
  8. Sahih Bukhari , translated in Urdu, Vol. 6
    $10.00
    After Quran and Sunnah, the third source of guidance is hadeeth. By Hadeeth we mean those traditions which were compiled from the statements of diverse narrators a century and a half after the Holy Prophet. The distinction between sunnah and hadeeth is that sunnah is a continuous practice which was started by the Holy Prophet (pbuh).
    When the time of the companions of the Holy Prophet had passed some of their successors thought of compiling the ahadeeth and they were compiled. There is no doubt that most of the compilers of hadeeth were very pious and righteous. They tested the accuracy of ahadeeth as far as it was possible and tried to steer clear of such of them as in their opinion were manufactured, and they rejected every hadeeth any narrator of which was of doubtful veracity. As all this activity was ex post factum, it was no more than conjecture; yet it would be most unfair to say that all ahadeeth are vain and useless and false. So much care was taken in compiling the ahadeeth, and such research and criticism were employed in the task, that they cannot be matched in any other religion.
    This book is the Urdu translation of the ahadeeth collected by Imam Bukhari and considered by Muslims as the most authentic collection of Ahadith.
    Learn More
  9. Sahih Muslim, Urdu translation, 15 volumes
    $130.00
    Sahih Muslim is the collection made by Muslim bin Al-Hajjaj 200 years after passing away of Holy Prophet of Islam. It is considered second most important collection of ahadeeth after Sahih Bukhari Read more... Learn More
  10. Sahih Muslim, Urdu translation, Vol 12
    $10.00
    After Quran and Sunnah, the third source of guidance is hadeeth. By Hadeeth we mean those traditions which were compiled from the statements of diverse narrators a century and a half after the Holy Prophet. The distinction between sunnah and hadeeth is that sunnah is a continuous practice which was started by the Holy Prophet (pbuh).
    When the time of the companions of the Holy Prophet had passed some of their successors thought of compiling the ahadeeth and they were compiled. There is no doubt that most of the compilers of hadeeth were very pious and righteous. They tested the accuracy of ahadeeth as far as it was possible and tried to steer clear of such of them as in their opinion were manufactured, and they rejected every hadeeth any narrator of which was of doubtful veracity. As all this activity was ex post factum, it was no more than conjecture; yet it would be most unfair to say that all ahadeeth are vain and useless and false. So much care was taken in compiling the ahadeeth, and such research and criticism were employed in the task, that they cannot be matched in any other religion.
    Sahih Muslim is the collection made by Muslim bin Al-Hajjaj 200 years after passing away of Holy Prophet of Islam. It is considered second most important collection of ahadeeth after Sahih Bukhari Learn More

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