Hadiths the words of Muhammad
Hadith is an information about the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) – what the prophet did throughout his mission which was set by Allah, what he said, how he treated people, what advise he gave to the mankind. This is actually the actions of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The Prophet (PBUH) use to live by the Holy Quran and everything he did was according to commandments of Allah Almighty which he (Allah) has mentioned in Holy Quran, thus his life becomes an example to us – in action of the teachings of the Holy Quran.
Who wrote Hadith?
The Hadith were indigenously oral transference of information. This information was passed down and finally gathered by some great scholars like Imam Bukhari and Muslim. They went to lot of troubles to achieve it to prove that the Hadith they gathered were true and had not been changed when the information was passed down. They categorized the Hadith through the chain of narrators as genuine (Sahih), Good (Hasan), Weak (Dalf) and fabricated (mowzuh).
Four parts of Hadith
• The sanad – the chain of description.
• The Matan – text of the Hadith.
• The Ikhraj – collector of Hadith.
• The classification of Hadith.
The scholars in the previous time specialized in checking the Sanads (the chain of descripton) and checking the hadith through as many sources or origins as possible. This helped to preserve (to keep it save in the real condition) the hadith and give us a good and authentic source of information about the prophet.
Which are the most authentic books of Hadith?
The most noted books of Hadith (Prophet’s words) are the Sahih Six. These six of the most reliable and agreed upon Hadith from all the book available. • Bukhari,
• Abu dawood,
• Ibn Majah
These are the few Hadiths:
By the reference of Al-Bukhari and Muslim: “Islam has been built on five [pillars]: testifying that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammed is the Messenger of Allah, performing the prayers, paying the zakah, performing Hajj 2016 London Service to the House, and fasting in Ramadan.”
Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) said: “From one Umrah to another is expiation for what comes in between. ‘Hajj Al-Mabrur’ brings no reward less than Paradise,”. It was explain by Abu Hurairah (RA) Allah’s Messenger (PBUH) by said.