Translated By Maulana Khaleel Rahman Numani
Hardback, 729† Pages, 2 Volumes
Publishers Maktabatul uloom
The famous 5th Century Hijri, Ahadith compilation by Imam Al-Nawawi, The ahadith
are predominantly from Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim (Other ahadith are from
the reliable Books such as Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah and Muwatta Imam Malik),
Considered by Many as the Most Important Book after the Qur'an Simply because it
is a Summary of authentic Traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).
1900 Ahadith compiled over 372 Chapters and 19 Sections which can be generalised
The Book of Good Manners - The Book about the Etiquette of Eating - The Book of
Dress -The Book of the Etiquette of Sleeping, Lying and Sitting, etc.- The book
of Greetings - The Book of Visiting the Sick - The Book of Etiquette of
Traveling - The Book of Virtues - The Book of I'tikaf - The Book of Hajj - The
Book of Jihad - The Book of Knowledge - The Book of Praise and Gratitude to
Allah - The Book of Supplicating Allah to Exalt the Mention of Allah's Messenger
(phuh) - The Book of the Remembrance of Allah - The Book of Du'a (Supplications)
- The Book of the Prohibited Actions - The Book of Miscellaneous Ahadith of
Significant values - The Book of Forgiveness
al-Nawawi (d. 676/1277)
ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi was Born in the village of Nawa in Southern Syria, Imam
Nawawi spent most of his life in Damascus where he lived in a simple manner,
devoted to Allah, engaging single-mindedly in worship, study, writing and
teaching various Islamic sciences. .
Although best known for his works in hadith, Yahya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi (d.
676/1277) was also the Imam of the later Shafi'i school of Jurisprudence, and
widely acknowledged as the intellectual heir to Imam Shafi'i. He was a renowned
scholar and jurist who dedicated his life to the pursuit of Islamic learning.
Imam Nawawi died at the young age of 44 years, leaving behind him numerous works
is well know for books which are easy to understand
"...He has not placed any hardship upon you in religion..." [TM Qur'an 22:78]
"Whenever you speak to the people of something their mind cannot comprehend, it
could lead some of them towards fitna " (Muslim)
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