THIS BUNDLE CONSIST OF FOLLOWING BOOKS:
A SUFI STUDY OF HADITH
A Sufi Study of Hadith (Originally titled Haqiq al-Tariqa min as-Sunna al-Aniqa) is a unique work of commentary on a selection of over three hundred authentic hadith. Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanawi, one of the subcontinent's greatest spiritual leaders and an author of unequalled prolificacy, translates, interprets, and then comments on each hadith from the perspective of tasawwuf, whether to explain a fine point of theology, or to discourse on morality, etiquette, behaviour, or the customary practices of Sufis.
PROVISIONS FOR THE SEEKERS (ZAD AL-TALIBIN)
This book is a collection of 327 hadiths which the author, Shaykh 'Ashiq Ilahi al-Bulandshehri, compiled from 'Allama Tabrizi’s renowned hadith compilation, Mishkat al-Masabih. The book contains many jawami' al-kalim, as well as prophecies and other accounts and narratives.
ATHAR AL-HADITH AL-SHARIF: THE INFLUENCE OF THE NOBLE HADĪTH UPON THE DIFFERENCES OF OPINION AMONGST THE JURIST IMAMS
This valuable work is a must-read for students of hadith and fiqh, as well as anyone wishing to gain a better understanding of the differences that occur between the various schools of Islamic law. It will alert the reader to the expertise of the jurist Imams and the effort they exerted in deriving rulings from the Quran and Sunnah. It will also create in him a state of serenity and trust towards the Imams and their schools of law, which are followed by the vast majority of the Muslim Ummah.
THE GARDEN OF HADITH SCHOLARS: BUSTAN AL-MUHADDITHIN
Bustan al-Muhadditheen is a well known anthology of Hadith sciences, major books of Hadith, and Muhadditheen. Written in Persian in the early nineteenth century by Shah 'Abd al-'Aziz Dihlawi (1745-1822), it has been extremely popular among scholars of Hadith in the Indian-Subcontinent ever since. It surpasses other books written on the same subject in Arabic, Persian, and other languages.
HADITH NOMENCLATURE PRIMERS
This volume presents two primers on the discipline of hadith nomenclature (mustalah al-hadith) and the authentication of transmitted reports. They are Nukhbat al-fikar (“Chosen Thoughts on the Nomenclature of Hadith Experts”) by Ibn Hajar al-‘Asqalani (773-835AH); and Al-Tadhkirah (“The Memorandum”) by Ibn al-Mulaqqin (723-804AH).