An-Nawawi's Forty Hadith by Sheikh An-Nawawi

By Sheikh An-Nawawi

This small publication comprises forty well known Ahadith amassed by way of Imam An-Nawawi which received recognition via centuries. Hadith is any documented narration, motion, or approval/disapproval of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).

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It is also possible that earlier historians would tend to minimize or ignore the history of the Kurds, which was Bidlìsì’s main purpose in writing. At any rate, it is interesting to note that although the official Safavid court chroniclers did not preserve this significant component of the Timurid and pre-Timurid historiographical legacy, it did survive in a local history from the Safavid period. 18 Rawûàt al-ßafà, 11 (26). Rawûàt al-ßafà, 11. 20 Sharaf Khàn b. V. Zarnùf, ed. (Pitrùburgh: Àkàdamiyah-"i Impiràtùrìyah, 1862), I: 6.

On Hàtifì’s Khamseh, see note 2. 7 This is utilizing a lithographic edition, published in India (Lucknaw, 1870). 8 Bernardini, ‘Il Timurnàme di Hàtefi e lo Shàhnàmeh-yi Ismà"il di Qàsemi’, 104–110. , 105. 10 Mu˙ammad Ja'far Ma˙jùb, Sabk-i Khuràsànì dar Shi'r-i fàrsì, (Tehran: Intishàràt-i Firdaus [1966]), 124–125. Recent studies have underlined the importance of the imitation of classical literary models in the Timurid period. See, for example, Riccardo Zipoli, The Technique of the ]awàb: Replies by Navà"ì to ÓàfiΩ and ]àmì, (Venice: Cafoscarina, 1993 [Eurasiatica 35]); Paul E.

22 Sachau, Ethé, Catalogue, 457–458, no. 513. 23 Christine Woodhead, ‘An experiment in Official Historiography. The Post of }ehnameci in the Ottoman Empire c. 1555–1605’, Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes, 75 (1983), 157–182. 24 István Nyitrai, ‘Rendering History Topical: One aspect of a 16th Century Historical Epic in the Ottoman Empire’, Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 48/1–2 (1995), 108–116. 25 Z. Íafà, Óamàsasaràyì dar Ìràn. Az qadìmtarìn 'ahd-i tàrìkhì tà qarn-i chahàrdahum-i hijrì, (Tehran: 13332/1954), 360–362, 364–366; idem, ‘Hamàsahà-yì tàrìkhì wa dìnì dar 'ahd-i Íafavì’, Iran-name, I/1 (1982), 5–21, esp.

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