Manners in Islam (Adab al Mufrad): Imam Bukhari, Arabic-English

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Manners in Islam
Al Adab al Mufrad
By Imam Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ismail Bukhari 
Arabic Text ,Translation and Commentary
The Translation is Based on the Urdu Translation and Commentary by Maulana Khalid Khan Garhi 
English Translation by Rafiq Abdur Rehman
Hardback 824 Pages
Translation with commentary and references 
Publisher : Darul Ishaat, Pakistan


About The Book

This is the great compilation “al-Adab al-Mufrad” by the renowned muhaddith of Islam, Imam Bukhari [may Allah have mercy on him] on the subject of “Manners in Islam” More than 1300 hadiths on personal manners, family affairs, human rights, social obligations, supplications for various occasions, and Islamic principles of day to day life. 

Although this Collection is not entirely from the Sahih Al Bukhari.

All of the Ahadith are referenced as to in  which Major Collection of Hadith you can find each of the Hadith quoted.

Comments : A Heavy books at an excellently low Price. 
Imported from Abroad so it is possible that the Cover could be slightly bruised due to transportation etc.

Some of the Topics Covered include 

I. Parents 
II. Ties of Kinship 
III. Mawlas 
IV. Looking After Girls 
V. Looking After Children 
VI. Neighbours 
VII. Generosity and Orphans 
VIII. Children Dying 
IX. Being a Master 
X. Responsibility 
XI. Correctness 
XII. Dealing with people cheerfully 
XIII. Consulation 
XIV. Dealings with people and good character 
XV. Cursing and Defamation 
XVI. Praising People 
XVII. Visiting and Guests 
XVIII. The Elderly 
XIX. Children 
XX. Mercy 
XXI. Social Behaviour 
XXII. Separation 
XXII. Advice 
XXIII. Defamation 
XXIV. Extravagance in Building 
XXV. Compassion 
XXVI. Attending to this world 
XXVII. Injustice 
XXVIII. Illness and Visiting those who are ill 
XXIX. General Behaviour 
XXX. Supplication 
XXXI. Guests and Spending 
XXXII. Speech 
XXXIII. Names 
XXXIV. Kunyas 
XXXV. Poetry 
XXXVI. Words 
XXXVII. General Behaviour 
XXXIX. Sneezing and Yawning 
XD. Gestures 
XDI. Greeting 
XDII. Asking Permission to Enter 
XDIII. People of the Book 
XDIV. Letters and greetings 
XDIV. Gatherings 
XDV. Behaviour with people 
XDVI. Sitting and lying down 
XDVII. Mornings and evenings 
XDVIII. Sleeping and going to bed 
XDIX. Animals 
D. Midday Naps 
DI. Circumcision 
DII. Betting and similar pastimes 
DIII. Various Aspects of Behaviour 
?About The Author

Imam al-muhaddithin Hadrat Imam Abu `Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ismail al-Bukhari was born in Shawwal, 194 AH, in the famous city of Bukhara, of the land “beyond the canal” – present day Uzbekistan. 

The father of Imam Bukhari, Isma`il ibn Ibrahim ibn Mughirah al-Ja`fi, was a great muhaddith and ascetic from whom he inherited his characteristics of literary zeal and excellence. During his childhood his father died and his mother took on the entire responsibility of bringing him up.

Imam al-Bukhari is world-renowned for his major work, “al Jami’ al Sahih” (“Sahih al Bukhari”), but he has also produced a number of other works, including “al Adab al Mufrad”, here translated into English. This book is a compilation of ahadith from various sources.

Imam al-Bukhari is one of the most eminent of those pious Scholars who gave endless bliss upon the Muslim Ummah. This is made manifest in the this book of Ahadith an-Nabawi that Imam has compiled.

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