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What is Hadith?

Al Hadith means “the words, actions and practices of Beloved Prophet (Peace and blessings be upon him) and his tacit approval of something said or done in his presence."

Al Hadith is the second source for Islamic Jurisprudence. The Beloved Prophet’s (Peace and blessings be upon him) life is the practical explanation for the Divine Law. A person cannot obey the religion without follow the path of our beloved Prophet Peace and blessings be upon him)

Example: It has been mentioned in Al Quran that the prayers are compulsory for every Muslim. However, the method of prayers, rules pertaining to the prayers and the benefits can be achieved through those prayers were not mentioned in Al Quran. However, answers for all these questions can only be obtained from Al Hadith, that is, through the practices of beloved Prophet (peace be upon him). Hence, following Al Hadith is the compulsory for a Muslim.

There are six Hadith collections which are considered as the most authenticated hadith books by Muslims.

(a) Sahih al Bukhari

(b) Sahih al Muslim

(c) Sunan Abu Dawud

(d) Sunan al Tirmidhi

(e) Sunan al Nasai

(f) Sunan Ibn Majah

However, there are many more hadith books available with the authenticated hadith of the Beloved Prophet (Peace and blessings be upon him). Therefore, those hadith also should be accepted and followed.

Hadiths, further, have been categorized as Sahih, Hasan, Da'eef and Mawdu according to the reliability of them.

Sayings of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

​​♣ ​​Who can respect women more than our ​​Beloved Prophet ﷺ​

♣ "Queen of Paradise"​​ Seyyada Fathima RadhiAllahu Anha

♣ The status of mother

♣ The status of father​​

​​♣ Righteousness from Allah and good manners from parents

♣ The blessed hair of Beloved Prophet ﷺ​​ is cure

​​♣ Do not resemble men

​​♣ Beauty


♣ Cursed women

♣ Tattooing and removing ​​eyes lashes

♣ The awrat of a woman​​

♣ Marriage permission​​

♣ Feeding hungry and saying salam​​ is best

♣ Scent of women​​

♣ Woman is greatest treasure

♣ Benefits of Assalamu Alaikum

​​♣ Our Beloved Prophet’s ﷺ kindness over Women

Rewards for offering Iftar

Is It Permissible To Look Before Marriage?


Good Muslim


The Dearest Words to Allah

Smile it's a Sadaqa

Remember Allah


Welcome Ramadan

Respect to Elders

Our Role Model is Seyyada Fathima RadhiAllahu Anha

Dua - First 10 Days of Ramadan

♣ Do Not Propose a Girl Who is Already Engaged

♣  Speak Good or Remain Silent​​

Surah Al Kahf​​

Let's Care Our Parents


Billions of salams and salawat upon you Ya RasoolAllah

Beloved Prophet Sallallahu Alaihiwasallam in our dream

Your are our life our everything Ya RasoolAllah

Ya RasoolAllah! We love you more than our soul

Holy Prophet  ﷺ 's face like a moon

Holy Prophet ﷺ 's Holy Fingers

Holy Prophet ﷺ 's Holy Hair

We Love you Ya RasoolAllah ﷺ

For Four Things

Duties of Husband Towards Wife in Islam

Show Mercy to Children

Further Reading

English Section  →  Al Hadith