Bulugh Al-Maram Min Adillat Al-Ahkam
Imam Ibn Hajr Asqalani(773H-852H)
Hardback 254 Pages
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(Attainment of the objective according to the
evidence of the ordinances)
The Book 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
Originally written and compiled in the 8th
century by the great scholar Al Hafiz Ibn Hajar Asqalani, this book contains a
collection of some of the Ahadith found in the sahih sita (the 6 authentic
hadith collections, namely Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawood, An Nisaee, Ahmed and At-Trimidhi.
the topic that this book covers are subjects ranging from marriage, business
transactions to other more implicit aspect of the religion such as the five
About the Author
Imam Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani
Abul Fadl Shihab
al-Din Ahmad ibn Ali al-Kannani al-Asqalani, better known by the name of
ImamIbn Hajar, was born in Cairo in 773/1372.
He began his studies at the age of five and completed the memorisation of the
Quran by the age of nine.A Shafi'i scholar and hadith master, he studied under
renowned scholars in Cairo, Yemen and the Hijaz. Known as Shaykh al-Islam,
scholars travelled from far away lands to take in knowledge from him.
He authored many works on hadith, history, biography, Quranic exegesis, poetry
and Shafi'i jurisprudence; among the most famous of them is his fourteen-volume
commentary on Sahih al-Bukhari called Fath al-Bari.
He passed away
in Cairo in 852/1449
Some of his
1. Fath ul Baari fi Sharh Sahih Bukhari:
A commentary on the superb collection of Hadith by Imam Muhammad ibn Ismail
Al-Bukhari. The most famous and well-informative commentary on Sahih Bukhari.
2. Bulugh Maram min adillatil ahkaam:
[English: Attainment of the objective according to evidence of the
ordinances]. A very popular book on Hadith as it relates to finding evidence for
basic Islamic jurisprudence.
Al Haafidh Ibn Hajr Al-Asqalani was a prominent
Qadi in Egypt as well as in Ash-Sham for twenty-one years. He was humble,
tolerant, and patient. He was described to be hilarious, steadfast, prudent,
ascetic, selfless, generous, charitable, and he spent much time in voluntary
prayer and fasting. Those who came to know him praised him of his high standard
of good mannerisms in dealing with rulers, Imaams, as well as those who sat with
him young or old.
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