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Sunan al-Nasa'i bisharh al-Suyuti wahashiyat al-Sindhi Arabic
[DB#5045, 6F1, HB 1728pp, 8vol in 4 books,@7A 8,DKI, Ed: Al-Shaykh Abdul-Warith Muhammad Ali]

Sunan al-Nasa'i. : Arabic Only
By: al-Imam al-Hafiz Abu Abdur Rahman Ahmad bin Shoaib bin Ali
al-Khurasani al-Nasai
Sharha by: al-Hafiz Jalauddin al-Suyuti
Hashiya by al-Imam al-Sindhi
Muhaqqiq (Editor) : Al-Shaykh Abdul-Warith Muhammad Ali
Hardback 1728 Pages
8 Volumes in 4 books
Publisher : Dar Al-Kotob Al-Ilmiyah, Beirut, Lebanon

SUNAN NASA'I follows the footsteps of Imam Muslim and Imam Bukhari (R.A). Overall most of the Ahadeeth are Sahih and where he narrates a weak narration he clearly clarifies the weakness. Thus it is 3rd in number in the Sihah Sittah after Bukhari and Muslim according to some Ulama'a because of its Sahih narrations.

Imam Nasa'i clarifies the hard words and brings different narrations for one particular Hadeeth
This is a Sharh of Imam Suyuti and Imam al Sind

Weight: 3300

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