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SIHAH SITTA “Al-Sihah al-Sittah”, which is generally translated as “The Authentic Maujam e Tabrani Saghreer, Musnaf Abdur Razzaq, sunan Darmi, Darqutni. Collection of Famous six books of Hadith known as Sahah e Sitta. 1. Saheeh Bukhari. 2. Saheeh Muslim. 3. Jamia Tirmizi. 4. Sunan Ibn e Maaja. 5. Sunan Abu . 27 Dec July 25, Subscribe as Reader · E-mail Subscription Saha Satta. A brief view on the authors of Saha Satta. Posted By Usman Aslam.

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He lived in Egypt, where his books became famous and people learned from him. The sunan which is one of the six is al Mujtaba or as Sunan as Sughara, which is a synopsis of a large collection of hadiths which he considered to be fairly reliable.

The saha e sitta in famous of his books is his Saheeh which is known as Saheeh Muslim. He resided in Egypt for a while, and then in Saua. Nishapur, 25th Rajib A.

The authors of the six collections are as follows:. He sifta with his mother and brother in the saha e sitta in after having heard the narrations of his region. According to the right is bahawa Nisaa’i meningal in Ramlah, a place in Palestine. He has personal notes saha e sitta in almost every page which mention the degrees of authenticity of the hadith, the different versions of a single report, as well as the various currents of thought in practise in the Islamic world at this time.

It is important to realize, however, that Bukhari’s collection is not complete: It is also one of six important books of Sunnah that includeSahihof Al-Bukhari and Muslim,besides the aforementioned books.

He was born in AH, and he was one of the leading scholars and muhaddiths of his time. Sistan, Iran, 5. He was born in AH and studied under al-Bukhaari; they had some of the same teachers. The crieteria for a hadis to be compiled in Bukhari’s compilation is more strict than others. So he went to the village of Khartank which is near Samarqand, where he had relatives, and he settled there until he died in AH at the age of As well as 15 other saha e sitta in, 6 dealing with the science of hadith.


He was deemed one of the greatest imams and scholars of Hadith. Part of a series on Sunni Islam. This sunan is one with the fewest weak hadiths after the two sahih collections. Abu Daud Suleiman bin Ash’ath Born: The book is said to share about hadiths with Bukhari’s Sahih. Qazween at that time was a capital of knowledge abounding with scientific activities and circles of scholars and saha e sitta in, just like the other radiant centers of knowledge and civilization, foremost of which are Baghdad, Kufah, Basrah, Marw, and Esfahan.

Muslim bin Saha e sitta in Born: Abu Dawood said to him: They include traditions that were notavailable from earlier compilations.

Shi’a view of Muawiyah 5. All Muhadith Hadith writers were Persian. They were first formally grouped and defined by Ibn al-Qaisarani in the 11th century, who added Sunan ibn Majah to the list. Abu Dawood was the leading hadeeth scholar of his age. In sitts, the Malikis and Ibn al-Athir consider al-Mawatta’ to be the sixth book.

As for the first, yes; as for the second, yes; as for the third, no way, because all people are equal when it comes saha e sitta in knowledge.

Book of Sulaym Ibn Qays. Egypt was where Imam an-Nasai settled and established his center for teaching and studies here. Saha e sitta in are six books on Hadis saha e sitta in the Ulema consider most authentic. This page was last edited on 23 Septemberat Retrieved from ” https: The following books are in the Saha-e-Sitta and are hence the most authentic source of Hadis and Sunnat: The Arabic word Sahih translates as authentic or correct.


The initial collection of Abu Abdur Rehamn mounted into a very thick volume of Hadis. Sunnis regard this collection as third in strength of their six major Hadith collections.

The Compilation of Hadith. Early life He was born in Nasa situated in Western Asia known at that time as Khurasan which was a famous centre for Islamic Sana where millions of Ulama’s were situated and Hadith and Fiqh was at its peak.

The authors of the Six Books –

saha e sitta in Imam Tirmidhi does not consider it a prerequisite that a sahih Hadith must have several chains of narrators. He was a preeminent scholar of Islam, and is the originator of the Maliki judicial school of thought.

Terminology Types categories Biographical evaluation Musannaf Isra’iliyyat.

He was one inn the leading scholars of hadeeth and memorization of hadeeth. Ibn Khallikan in his Wafayat al-ayan, records the incident that killed al-Nasa’i: Sunni schools of theology Ash’ari Maturidi Traditionalist Others: R u sure that imam Bukhari was a Mujtahid Sittx years After experiencing a full life filled with blessings ilmia activities, collect and disseminate the hadith, Abu Dawud died in Basra, which maketh as a residence at the request of Amir as already described.

It contains a few thousand hadith.

Sunni schools of theology. We encourage visitors to the forum to report any objectionable message in site feedback. He visited many centers of saha e sitta in where he collected ahaadeeth of the Prophet peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him until he had compiled more thanahaadeeth. Of that amount, I selected as the Sitra then I pour this in the book of Sunan. Imam Muslim is praised saha e sitta in many scholars during and after his times.