Nibrasus Sari Ila Riyadh al-Bukhari
By Muhaddith al-Asr Shaykh Muhammad Yunus Jonpuri
Collected & Compiled By Maulana Muhammad Ayyub al-Surati
Hardback 480 Pages
Publisher : Maktaba Al-Qalam
About The Book
Actually, this title is not a writing by Sheikh Yunus R.A in particular but this is a collection of the notes that have been compiled with the permission of the Shaykh.
These notes are not mere notes. They are invaluable gems. Thus, after the hard work of some of his students and in particular Maulana Ayyub Surti, the first volume of the Arabic commentary by the name of Nibrasus Sari Ila Riyadh al-Bukhari has been published.
This book would be very useful, particularly for students of Dars-e-Nizami, to share some salient features of this commentary. By no means is the list comprehensive or exhaustive; nor does it attempt to do justice to this invaluable book; indeed it is inconceivable for the efforts of a hadith master over fifty years to be captured in a few bullet points
Ten salient features of "Nibrasus Sari Ila Riyadh al-Bukhari"
About The Author
Muhaddith al-'Asr Sheikh al-Hadith Maulana Muhammad Yunus Jonpuri (b. 1356/1937) has dedicated his entire life to the ḥadīths of the Prophet ﷺ. He had been teaching Sahih al-Bukhari at Mazahirul Uloom Saharanpur in India for fifty years and was appointed to do so by Sheikh al-Hadith Maulana Muḥammad Zakariyya Kandhelwi (d. 1402/1982) notwithstanding the fact that he was relatively young and there were other senior scholars alive.
Maulana Muhammad Zakariyya Kandhalwi’s confidence in his student can be further gauged by the the fact that he has quoted his student’s views in his al-Abwab wa al-Tarajim in at least three places (1: 268, 419; 6: 788) as well as in his footnotes on Lami' al-Dirari (10: 319), and he would regularly consult him and refer senior scholars to him particularly for hadith related queries (see al-Yawaqit al-Ghaliyah vols. 1 and 2).
Over the past fifty years, Muḥaddith al-'Asr Shaykh Muḥammad Yunus Jonpuri has taught Sahih al-Bukhari and mastered its sciences in a manner that is unprecedented in the current era. His understanding of Imam Bukhari and his methodology is second to none. Those who have studied with him or remained in his company attest to this. This should not come as a surprise, for he had spent his entire life in the midst of hadith collections and did not involve himself in other family, social or communal matter.
He passed away in 4 Shawwal 1438 Hijri (10 july 2017) in Saharanpur,India.
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