Commentary on Forty Hadith : New,
Arabic with English Commentary,
*[A5] Paperback - 168 pages,
by Imam Yahya al-Nawawi [d.676h],
Commentary by Arfan Shah al-Bukhari,
Published by Sheiky Notes.
'Commentary on Forty Hadith' compiled by Imam al-Nawawi, alayhi ar-Rahman w'al-Ridwan, translation and commentary by Arfan Shah Al-Bukhari. This publication is a concise explanation of 40 hadith by Imam al-Nawawi, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi
Imam al-Nawawi's Forty Hadith : This collection of forty hadith by one of the most famous compilers of hadith is generally regarded as the most popular anthology and the best introduction to the study of the Prophet’s, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, sayings which, together with the Qur’an, contain the essential teachings of Islam.
About this edition. Contains the Arabic text, complete with concise commentary in English. Also includes references/footnotes. Decent UK print on cream graded paper.
Table of Contents :
---Chapter One: Actions are commensurate to intentions,
---Chapter Two: Exposition of Islam, faith and excellence,
---Chapter Three: Pillars of Islam,
---Chapter Four: Actions are completed according to their endings,
---Chapter Five: The ruination of prohibitions and innovation,
---Chapter Six: Lawful is clarified and unlawful is clarified,
---Chapter Seven: Religion is sincerity,
---Chapter Eight: The sanctity of a Muslim,
---Chapter Nine: Tasking according to ability,
---Chapter Ten: Lawful goodness,
---Chapter Eleven: Scrupulousness from doubt,
---Chapter Twelve: Leaving that which does not concern the Muslim,
---Chapter Thirteen: Complete faith,
---Chapter Fourteen: Sacredness of the blood of the Muslim & causes of invalidation,
---Chapter Fifteen: Islamic etiquette,
---Chapter Sixteen: The unlawfulness of anger,
---Chapter Seventeen: Command of excellence in sacrifice and killing,
---Chapter Eighteen: Excellent character,
---Chapter Nineteen: Be vigilant of Allah,
---Chapter Twenty: Shyness is part of faith,
---Chapter Twenty One: Say, ‘I Believe in Allah,’ then become steadfast,
---Chapter Twenty Two: Persistence in the obligations that enter one into Paradise,
---Chapter Twenty Three: Hasten to goodness,
---Chapter Twenty Four: Prohibition of oppression,
---Chapter Twenty Five: The wealthy leave with the rewards,
---Chapter Twenty Six: The virtue of reconciling, being just & supporting people,
---Chapter Twenty Seven: Piety and exemplary character,
---Chapter Twenty Eight: The obligation of the necessity of the Sunnah,
---Chapter Twenty Nine: Who enters Paradise?
---Chapter Thirty: The rights of Allah,
---Chapter Thirty One: True abstinence,
---Chapter Thirty Two: Do not cause harm or respond with harm,
---Chapter Thirty Three: Burden of proof is on the plaintiff & the oath is upon the defendant,
---Chapter Thirty Four: Rejecting a prohibition is from faith,
---Chapter Thirty Five: Islamic brotherhood,
---Chapter Thirty Six: The virtue of gathering for reciting the Quran & for divine remembrance,
---Chapter Thirty Seven: The blessing and mercy of Allah the Exalted,
---Chapter Thirty Eight: Worship for the sake of Allah is a means to draw close & to love,
---Chapter Thirty Nine: Pardoning of mistakes, forgetfulness and coercion,
---Chapter Forty: The world is a means and plantation for the afterlife,
---Chapter Forty One: Sign of faith,
---Chapter Forty Two: Seeking the forgiveness of Allah (the Exalted).
About Imam al-Nawawi (d. 676/1277) Imam Muhy ad-Din Abi Zakariya Yahya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi al-Dimashqi, May Allah be pleased with him, known simply as Imam 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, May Allah be pleased with him. 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 of great importance.
More books on the 40 Hadith.
More works of Imam al-Nawawi,
Also see Hadith & Sunnah.
*Dimensions : 21.5 x 14cm.