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Sunan Ibn Majah: Urdu, 2 Vol\'s
Sunan Ibn Majah: Urdu, 2 Vol's
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Details:  Sunan Ibn Majah: Urdu, 2 Volumes,
[A4] Hardback - 2 Volume Set,
by Imam Muhammad al Qazwini Abu Abdullah Ibn Majah,
Translated into Urdu by: Abdul Hakim Khan Akhtar Shahjahanpuri.




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Sunan Ibn Majah is one of the six most authentic collections of the Ahadith and contains many thousands of ahadith.


There is part of the Sihah Sittah, being authentic collections of Ahadith, the others being Sahih al-Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Sahih al-Tirmidhi, Sunan Abu Dawud, and Sunan al-Nisa'i, May Allah be pleased with them all.


Abu ‘Abdullah, Muhammad bin Yazid Al-Qizwini Ar-Rib'i, better known as Ibn Majah (209 - 273 H), May Allah be pleased with him, studied with many grandmasters of Hadith, many people narrated Hadith from him. He was a Hafidh of the Qur'an and one of the eminent scholars of Hadith.


Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Majah, rahmatullahi 'alayhi – [209 - 273 A.H.]
Imam Ibn Majah was born in the city of Qazvin in the northern Persian province of Dailam. After gaining ahadith from the many great religious scholars of his city, he travelled to seek knowledge at the young age of 21. Imam Ibn Majah is said to have visited Basrah, Kufah, Baghdad, the Hijaz, Makkah, Syria and Egypt to hear and gather ahadith.


Amongst his teachers were Jabbara ibn al Mughlis, Ibrahim ibn al-Munzar, Hisham ibn Umar and Abu Bakr ibn Shaibah.


His status : Ibn Khallikan writes that Imam ibn Majah held the position of an Imam in the subject of hadith. Abu al-Ali Khalili says he was a great scholar of Qur’anic exegesis, ahadith and history. Adh Dhahabi stated that he was a hafidh and warehouse of Prophetic knowledge.


Imam ibn Majah is known to have authored 3 books, popularly known Sunan ibn Majah, at-Tafsir and at-Tarikh. Imam Ibn Majah departed from this world during the blessed month of Ramadan 273 A.H. in Qazvin, the city of his birth.
















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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 22 February, 2013.