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Mishkat al Masabeeh is a collection of the AHadith of the Prophet that was compiled centuries ago. However there has been no change in its utility and freshness. Hadith itself is a sacred skill and it is derived from an eternal personality in the sense that as long as there is sensible, understanding life on earth this skill will continue to thrive ever radiantly. Besides, the muhaddith have arranged their books of Hadith according to their individual judgement of the subject heading, etc, Imam Bukhari. for instance demonstrates his juristic mind in every Hadith that he transmits. Imam Muslim assimilates into one the many lines of transmission a single Hadith may _have. In his musnad, Imam Ahmad groups together all the AHadith of a companion in a single chapter. Every book of Hadith thus has its peculiarity and distinctiveness. Mishkat al Masabeelz, nevertheless, is a collection with the singularity that it not ottly has the AHaditl1 of the Sihah sittah but also other reliable books, like Shaballman of Bayltaqi, Musnad ahmad Musnad Razeen, etc. Another peculiEt.rity of Mishkat that strikes the eye is that it does include those AHadith that an ordinary reader finds difficult to understand. In fact, some people suggest this collection is an introduction to the subject of AHadith, or that it was compiled with the objective of bringing busy people to known and act on the AHadith of the Prophet. Accordingly, even today, the Arabic madrassahs begin studies with this book before tliey take up the sahah Sittah. The reason for that is that the first stage of education should not be so elaborate a burden that only the higher level can cope with or so brief that an ordinary mind becomes confused. Let us look at it from another angle. If Bukhari has the distinction that the book is read from cover to cover in times of difficulty then Mishkat too has a distinction for it has been a course of study for the Sufis. The distinguished Sufis have chosen this collection in their life of Zikr (remembrance and supplications to Allah) because this book is neither elaborate nor brief like the other books of Hadith. We need not go far. Initial endeavours for freedom are in the offing in northern parts of India and Sayyid Ahmad Barelvi was leading the movement. It was his practice with his mujahids (warriors) that lessons in Mishkat was a compulsory subject. Although Shah Ismail Shaheed was responsible for the studies yet the late Sayyid himself explained the salient features and wisdom. The Hajjatullah al Baligah is a peerless book on divine secrets and mysteries and wisdom and philosophy of Shariah(divine law). Discerning men have contended that it really is an exposition of Mishkat. Those people, who have studied the book not in its sequential order but from the point of view of extraction of AHadith, know that Shah Waliullah always had the AHadith of Mislzkat before him when he scattered pearls of knowledge among the Ummah. Next to Bukhari and Muslim, this book has had a highest number of marginal notes written on it. Some of the exegetes opted for Mishkat because of its comprehensiveness, the which we have referred above. It is also the peculiarity of Mishkat that even those people hold it dear, who seem to follow a school of thought contrary to the one of its compiler and writer. This is not a recent phenomena but it was found ever since this book has come to light. The section Kitab al Fitan of Mishkat has always drawn the attention of learned men to it those who write on this particular subject do not fail to keep the Kitab al Fitan of Mishkat before them. This section contains plenty of Aathar of the Sahabalt and Tabieen. The chapters in Mishkat that have much to dp with every day practical life are very detailed and replete with AHadith. One does need to refer to them day· and night. These include chapters on dua istighfar, adherence to the Book and Sunnah, al Asma al Husna (The beautiful names of Allah), and such others. Mishkat is indeed a complete and arranged form of Masabeeh as sunnah in which imam mahy ussunnah, Qami al Bidah, Abu Muhammad Husayn ibn Masood al Fara. Al Baghawi has collected a large treasure of AHadith of fiqh. Imam Baghawi has compiled Masabeeh in two sections. In the iirst, he has placed the AHadith from Bukhari and Muslim and in the second from other books, like Abu Dawood, Tirmizi, etc. Further, he sufficed to narrate the AHaditlt only and neither cited the books nor named the narrators. The great scholar and grant muhaddith of the eight century Hijri, Waliuddin Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Abdullah al Kluzteeb al Umar al Tabrayzee re-arranged the book. He added a third section to the book in which he not only recorded the AHadith transmitted by other Islamic Scholars and muhadditheen but also those of bukhari and Muslim which Imam Muhy us Sunnalz had omitted to record in the original Masabeelt. Secondly, he did not fail to name the sources, either the book or the Muhaddith, whose Hadith was quoted. Thirdly, he mentioned the name of the narrator from whom the Hadith was transmitted. In this way, the book gained tremendous importance and value. We can gauge the importance attached to Mishkat from the fact that ever since it was compiled it continues to be part of the syllabus of Arabic Madrassahs and religious institutions. Even today it is the first book taught to students before the Sihah sittah. In the original book Masabeeh as sunnah, there are four thousand four hundred and thirty four (4434) AHadith. All amah Klmteeb Tabrayzee 41tU-.1 added one thousand five hundred and eleven (1511) AHadith to that later on. In this way, the number of AHadith in Mishkat al Masabeeh is five thousand nine hundred and forty five (5945). We hope that you would like this PDF book and share it with other Muslims.

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