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Topic: Collections of hadith
Posted By: booksandcats
Subject: Collections of hadith
Date Posted: 24 September 2017 at 2:26pm
As-salaamu alaikum! First post, so sorry if I put this in the wrong place! I'm the sort to find religion in general extremely interesting, but I'm particularly fond of studying Islam. I have a Quran and have learned a lot online, but it seems like a lot of important information comes from ahadith. (Another apology if I'm butchering Arabic - I want to learn it, but I'm notoriously bad at it!)

Is there a book that contains all the big ones, since I'm under the impression that there are a LOT out there? I could look online as I've been doing, but I can be kind of a bookshelf snob. Are some more accepted than others, like gospels were in the early Church? I'd hate to buy books at random and find out they're the wrong ones.

I think ahadith are the biggest source of confusion for me right now because of the sheer volume, and because I can't seem to find them all in one place. Jazakallah khair whoever can help!

Posted By: semar
Date Posted: 26 October 2017 at 8:33pm

Here collection of hadith Bukhari:
There are 93 books, so you can just change below link accordingly, let say 001.sbt.html for book 1, 002.sbt.html for book 2 and so on.

Book 1 -

Book 2 -
Book 92 -

Book 93 -



The Prophet said: "Do not eat before you are hungry, and stop eating before you are full"

"1/3 of your stomach for food 1/3 for water, 1/3 for air"

Posted By: adozan
Date Posted: 05 November 2017 at 4:29am
good resource of hadith, helped me too. thanks

Posted By: MIAW
Date Posted: 21 February 2018 at 2:24am
Originally posted by booksandcats booksandcats wrote:

...ahadith. ...

Just a quick search online. Found these: - - -

I hope they're ok.

Posted By: DavidC
Date Posted: 21 February 2018 at 11:42am
I read through book 15 of Bukhari before I gave up. It is often repetitive and trivial, but there are some interesting parts I wish I had bookmarked.

My recommendation is to start with muslim scholar Martin Ling's biography of Muhummad. It is all taken from Hadith and carefully footnoted, but is contextualized as a biography and is simply a wonderful read. You can look up the primary sources for Ling's statements in the hadith fairly easily and go straight to the interesting stuff.

But the Hadith are free online so do your best and you will get a feel for the style, etc.

Christian; Wesleyan M.Div.

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