Sunan at-Tirmidhi - [ 4 Volume Set ] Arabic and English,4 x [A4] Hardback Volumes,by Imam Abu 'Eesa Muhammad ibn 'Eesa al-Tirmidhi,Published in Beirut.Description :Jami` al-Tirmidhi (Arabic: جامع الترمذي), popularly also known as Sunan al-Tirmidhi [Tirmithi / Tirmizi) (Arabic: سُـنَن الترمذي), is one of the Sunni Six major Hadith collections. It was collected by Imam Abu 'Eesa Muhammad ibn 'Eesa al-Tirmidhi, (209 - 279 H), May Allah be pleased wih him.
Al-Hafidh Abu Al-Fadl Al-Maqdisi said: "I heard Al-Imam Abu Isma'il Abdullah bin Muhammad Al-Ansari in Harrah - when Abu Isa Al-Tirmidhi and his book was mentioned before him - saying: "To me, his book is more useful than the books of Al-Bukhari and that of Muslim. This is because only an expert can arrive at the benefit of the books of Al-Bukhari and Muslim, whereas in the case of the book of Abu Isa, every one of the people can attain its benefit." Imam Abu Eesa al-Tirmidhi, may Allah be pleased with him, wrote al-Jāmi‛ al-ṣahīh, popularly called Sunan al-Tirmidhi, one of the six canonical hadith compilations used in Sunni Islam. He was born and died in Bâgh (Persian meaning 'Garden'), a suburb of Termez, Khurasan, Iran (Present day in Uzbekistan), to a family of the widespread Banū Sulaym tribe. Starting at the age of twenty, he travelled widely, to Kufa, Basra and the Hijaz, seeking out knowledge from, among others, Qutaybah ibn Sa‛id, Bukhari, Muslim Nishapuri and Abu Dawud, may Allah be pleased with them.
Imam Tirmidhī was blind in the last two years of his life, said to have been the consequence of his weeping over the death of Imam al-Bukhārī, radi Allahu anhu. Tirmidhi is buried in Sherobod, 60 kilometers north of Termez. He is locally known as Isa Termizi or Termiz Baba (Father of Termez City).
Sunnis regard this collection as fifth in strength of their Six major Hadith collections.