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Nuzhat un Nazar : 2 Vols English
Nuzhat un Nazar : 2 Vols English
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  A Commentary on Nuzhatun Nazar :
English/Arabic,
fi Tawdeehi Nukhbatil Fikr : 2 Vol Set New,
*[A4] Hardback 731 pages, in 2 Volumes,
by Hafiz ibn Hajar al-Asqalani [d.852h],
*Transl. by Suhaib Sirajuddin,
Printed in Turkey.

Back in Stock May 2020


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Nuzhatun Nazar fi Tawdihi Nukhbat al-Fikr : This text is the famous universally accepted work on the science of hadith nomenclature (mustalah al-hadith) and the authentication of transmitted reports. Nukhbat al-fikar (“Chosen Thoughts on the Nomenclature of Hadith Experts”) is by the renowned scholar of his time; the  Muhaddith al-Shaykh al-Imam al-Hafidh Ibn Hajar al-‘Asqalani, may Allah have mercy upon him, (773 - 835 After Hijri).


Ibn Hajar said that there were many books on the science of hadith, some were very brief, which didn't actually cover the most important topics, until ibn Salah gathered these important topics in one book. The students of ibn Hajar requested him to summarise the book of ibn Salah and he accepted their request and called it Nukhbat ul Fikr fi Mustalah Ahl al-Athar. Ibn Hajr has highlighted some important and beneficial points for the benefit of the student of knowledge. Ibn Hajar focuses on eight unique attributes of Nuzhatun Nazar.



This Edition : This beautiful edition is a two-colour print from Turkey, and presented here in 2 volumes with glossy paper. The English translation and commentary is by *Suhaib Sirajudin (non-ASWJ). See images below for sample pages.




About Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani -

He is 'Shaykh al Islam' Imam Al-Hafidh Abul Fadl Shihab ud-Din Ahmad ibn Ali ibn Muhammad Al-Kinani Ash-Shafi'i. Known as Ibn Hajar Al-'Asqalani, may Allah be pleased with him, he was born on Sha'ban 773H in Egypt. Ibn Hajr authored more than 150 books - most of them being in study of Hadith - which flourished during his lifetime, kings and princes were known in his time to exchange gifts consisting of Ibn Hajar's works. His other most famous book is Fath ul Baari fi Sharh Sahih Bukhari : a commentary on the superb collection of Hadith by Imam Muhammad ibn Ismail Al-Bukhari. (It is the most famous and well-informative commentary on Sahih Bukhari).


Al Hafidh Ibn Hajar 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 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, Imams, as well as those who sat with him young or old. Ibn Hajar passed away in Dhu'l Hijjah in 852H.





Table of Contents :


---Acknowledgements,
---Introduction,
---Biography of Hafiz ibn Hajar al-Asqalani,

---Introduction to the book,
---Introduction to the Science of Hadith,
---Benefits of learning the Science of Hadith,
---A brief history of the development of the terminology of Hadith,
---Verifying the Sunnah is not divine.


Volume One :
---[1]. Introduction of the book,
------Arabic text and translation,
---[2]. Scholars who wrote on the terminology of Hadith,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[3]. The purpose for authoring this book (Nuzhatun Nazar),
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[4]. Difference between Hadith and Khabar,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
------Definition of Hadith,
------Difference between Hadith and Khabar,
---[5]. Sanad and it's Importance,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[6]. Hadith Mutawatir : Definition,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[7]. Hadith Mutawatir : Conditions,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[8]. Ahaad and it's types,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[9]. Hadith Mutawatir : Benefits,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[10]. Ilm Zaroori and Ilm Nazri,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[11]. Difference between Ilm Zaroori and Ilm Nazri,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[12]. Reason for not mentioning the conditions of Mutawair in Nukhbah,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[13]. Hadith Mutawatir : does it exist ?
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[14]. Hadith Mashhoor,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[15]. Difference between Hadith Mashhoor and Mustafeed,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[16]. Types of Hadith Mashhoor,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[17]. Hadith Aziz,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[18]. Is Hadith Aziz a condition for Bukhari; discussion,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[19]. Does Hadith Aziz exist?
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[20]. Hadith Gareeb,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[21]. Khabar Ahaad; definition,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[22]. Types of Khabar Ahaad,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[23]. The benefit and ruling on Khabar Ahaad,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[24]. The First external factor for Khabar Ahaad,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[25]. Levels of Sahih,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[26]. The Second external factor for Khabar Ahaad,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[27]. The Third external factor for Khabar Ahaad,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[28]. Summary of the three external factors,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[29]. Types of Gareeb Hadith,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[30]. Difference between Gareeb and Fard,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[31]. Difference between Munqat'i and Mursal,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[32]. Types of accepted Hadith,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[33]. Sahih Lidhatihi,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[34]. Adalah ; Trustworthy and Righteous,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[35]. Dabt : Accuracy,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[36]. Muttasil, Muallal and Shadh,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[37]. Exclusions and conditions of Sahih Lidhatihi,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[38]. The most sound of chains,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[39]. The superiority of Sahih Muslim and Sahih Bukhari,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[40]. The superiority of Bukahri over Muslim in terms of 'connected chain,'
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[41]. The superiority of Bukahri over Muslim in terms of 'quality of the narrators,'
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[42]. The superiority of Bukahri over Muslim in terms of 'free from defects & irregularities'
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[43]. Levels of Sahih,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[44]. Two external factors that elevate one Sahih Lidhatihi over other Sahih Lidhatihi Ahadith,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[45]. Hassan Lidhatihi, Hassan Ligayrihi and Sahih Ligayrihi,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[46]. Meaning of the term 'Hadith Hassan Sahih,'
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[47]. Meaning of the term 'Hassan' according to Imam Tirmidhi,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[48]. Why did Imam Tirmidhi only define 'Hassan' and not other terminologies?
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[49]. The additions of reliable narrators,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[50]. Refutation of those who accept additions unconditionally,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[51]. Shadh and Mahfooz ; the preserved and the unusual,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[52]. Maruf and Munkar ; The familiar and unfamiliar,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[53]. Difference between Shadh and Munkar,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[54]. Mutaba'ah and its types,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[55]. Shahid and its types,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[56]. I'tibar,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[57]. Muhkam ; the clear,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[58]. Mukhtaliful Hadith ; the contradictory tradition,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[59]. Nasikh wa Mansookh ; the abrogator and abrogated,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[60]. Rajih wa Marjooh ; the preferred and the one preferred over,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[61]. Mutawaqqaf feeh ; the paused upon,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[62]. Mardood ; the rejected,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[63]. Mu'allaq ; the suspended,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[64]. Mursal ; the loose,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[65]. Mu'dal ; the problematic,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[66]. Munqat'i ; the interrupted.
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[67]. Signs of visible dropping.
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[68]. Mudallas ; the misrepresented,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[69]. Mursal khafi ; the hidden loose,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[70]. Ten reasons for defamation in the narration,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[71]. Mawdoo ; the forged,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[72]. Matruk ; the discarded,
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary,
---[73]. Munkar ; the denounced.
------Arabic text and translation,
------Explanation and commentary.

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*Single Volume Dimensions : 24.2 x 17.5cm.

*Non ASWJ Translator.



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