The Translation of the Meanings of Sahih Al-Bukhari - Arabic-English by ???? ?? ??????? ??????? (4 star ratings)All Muslim scholars are agreed that Sahih Al-Bukhari is the most authentic and reliable book after the Book of Allah.
Sahih Al-Bukhari was compiled by Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Ismail bin Al-Mughirah Al-Bukhari. Imam Bukhari collected the Ahaadeeth over a period of 16 years. He stated that before writing any Hadith in this book, he performed Salat of Istikhaara (offered two Rakat prayer for guidance from Allah), and when he was sure of its authenticity, he included that Hadith in his Sahih.
There are 7563 Ahaadeeth in this great collection consisting of 9 Volumes. Each book (subtopics in each volume categorized by very broad topics such as the Book of As-Salat) contains many chapters which represent one logical unit of Ahaadeeth. Each book contains anywhere from one to 150 chapters with each chapter containing several Ahaadeeth.
Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan translated this book in simple and easy language. Tremendous amounts of errors exist in the translations by other translators. To eliminate the problem Dar-us-Salam spent over 3 years in the publication of this book and presented a book which is translated into English in a very easy & simple language, so that all readers can understand it without difficulty.
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It is also abbreviated as " SAWS ," which stand for the Arabic words of similar meaning " s allallahu a layhi w a s alaam ". Some Muslims don't believe in abbreviating these words or even find it offensive to do so. The Quran instructs believers to wish blessings upon the Prophet, and be respectful in addressing him, in the following verse:. Oh you who believe! Send blessings upon him, and salute him with all respect" Those in favor of abbreviation feel that it is too cumbersome to write or say the full phrase after every mention of the Prophet's name, and if the blessing is said once at the beginning it is sufficient.
Verily, Allaah and His angels send their Salaah upon the Prophet. O you who believe, send your Salaah upon him as well as Salaam. He means the original meaning of that word before the coming of Islam which is Dua. Indeed, this is the route word of Islam Salima. Its two main meanings are 1. To be in peace and tranquility.
NET Islamic Expressions and Abbreviations Clarified Innaa Lillahi wa Innaa Ilaihi Raji'un: When a Muslim is struck with a calamity, when he loses one of his loved ones, or when he has gone bankrupt, he should be patient and say this statement, the meaning of which is: "We are from Allah and to whom we are returning". Muslims believe that Allah is the One who gives and it is He Who takes away. He is testing us. Hence, a Muslim submits himself to Allah. He is grateful and thankful to Allah for whatever he gets. On the other hand, he is patient and says this expression in times of turmoil and calamity.
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For example:. Muslims use these words to show respect to Allah's Prophet when mentioning his name. The teaching about this practice and the specific phrasing is found directly in the Quran:. The Prophet Muhammad also told his followers that if one extends blessings upon him, Allah will extend ten times the greeting to that person on the Day of Judgment. In verbal use, Muslims usually say the entire phrase: when giving lectures, during prayers, when reciting du'a , or any other time when the Prophet Muhammad's name is specifically mentioned. In prayer when reciting the tashahud , one asks for mercy and blessings upon the Prophet and his family, as well as asking for mercy and blessings upon the Prophet Ibrahim and his family.
Some Islamic scholars have voiced disagreement with the practice of abbreviating these phrases, arguing that it demonstrates laziness and a lack of respect. These have often been abbreviated RA. This point is further founded in the saying by Muhammad, "The miser is the one in whose presence I am mentioned, then he does not send the Salam upon me. It is also found in hadiths about Muhammad. Al-Tirmidhi recorded that Abu Hurairah said, "The Messenger of Allah said, 'May he be humiliated, the man in whose presence I am mentioned and he does not send Salaam upon me; may he be humiliated, the man who sees the month of Ramadan come and go, and he is not forgiven; may he be humiliated, the man whose parents live to old age and they do not cause him to be granted admittance to Paradise.