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Narrators of Hadith al-Thaqalayn of Eleventh-Seventeenth Century

325. ‘Ali ibn al-Sultan Muhammad al-Harawi, known as ‘Ali al-Qari (d. 1013/1604).

In his Sharh al-Shifa', 485, from Muslim and al-Nasa'i, from Zayd ibn Arqam. In his al-Mirqat fi sharh al-Mishat, V, 593-594, 600-601 from Muslim, from Zayd ibn Arqam; from Imam Ahmad from Abu Sa’id al-Khudri; and from al-Tirmidhi from Jabir and Zayd ibn Arqam. An eminent scholar.

326. ‘Abd al-Ra'uf ibn Taj al-Arifin al-Munawi (d. 1031/1621).

In his Fayd al-Qadir fi sharh al-Jami’ al-saghir, ii, 174, 571; iii, 14, 15, a sharh of al-Suyuti's work that expounds it with the help of the riwayat of al-Qurtubi and al-Samhudi. An eminent scholar.

327. Nur al-Din ‘Ali ibn Ibrahim ibn ‘Ali al-Halabi al-Shafi’i (d. 1033/1623).

In his Insan al-­‘uyun fi sirat al-Amir wa al-Ma'mun, iii, 336. An eminent scholar.

328. Ahmad ibn al-Fadl ibn Muhammad Ba Kathir al-Makki (d. 1037/1627).

In his Wasilat al-ma'al fi ‘add manaqib al-Al (MS) from Imam Ahmad, al-Tabarani, Abu Ya’la, al-Hakim, al-Tirmidhi, Ibn ‘Uqdah, al-Diya', al-Zarandi, Abu al-Hasan Yahya ibn al-Hasan, al-Ji’abi, al-Dulabi, al-Bazzaz, Abu Nu’aym, Ibn Hajar and al-Darqutni. An eminent scholar. 1

329. Mahmud ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Ali al-­Shaykani al-Qadiri al-Madani.

In al-Sirat al-sawi fi manaqib Al al-Nabi (MS.), from Muslim, al-Hakim, al-Bazzaz, Ibn ‘Uqdah, al-Tabarani, Ibn Sa’d and al-Zarandi, from Zayd ibn Arqam, Abu Sa’id, Zayd ibn Thabit, ‘Abd al-Rahman ibn ‘Awf, Abu Hurayrah, Jabir, Hudhayfah ibn Usayd and others.

330. Al-Sayyid Muhammad ibn al-Sayyid Jalal Mah ‘Alam al-Bukhari (d. 1045/1635).

In Tadhkirat al-abrar (MS.). A respectable scholar. 2

331. Al-Shaykh ‘Abd al-­Haqq al-Dehlawi (d. 1052/1642).

In his al-Lumu’at fi sharh al-­Mishkat from Muslim and al-Tirmidhi, and also in Madarij al-nubuwwah, 520. A leading legist, traditionist and scholar of his era in India. 3

332. Shihab al-Din Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Umar al-Khafaji al-Misri al-Hanafi (d. 1069/1658).

In his Nasim al-riyad fi sharh Shifa' al-Qadi ‘lyad, iii, 409, iv, 283, 324, while expounding the narrations of al-Qadi ‘lyad. A leading scholar. 4

333. ‘Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Azizi al-­Bulaqi al-Shafi’i (d. 1070/1659).

In his al-Siraj al-munir fi sharh al-Jami’ al-saghir, i, 322; ii, 51. A leading traditionist. 5

334. Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn Sulayman al-Susi al-­Maghribi (d. 1094/1683)

In his Jam’ al-fawa'id min Jami’ al-usul wa Majma’ al-zawa'id, i, 16, ii, 236 (Meerut 1346H.), from al-Tirmidhi and Muslim. A leading traditionist. 6

335. Mulla Ya’qub al-­Banyani al-Lahori (1098/1686).

In his ‘Aqa'id. A well-known scholar of his age. 7

  • 1. Al-Muhibbi, Khulasat al-athar, i, 271; Radi al-Din al-Shami, Tandid al-uqud al-­saniyyah
  • 2. Ibid., v, 337.
  • 3. Ibid., v, 201.
  • 4. Khulasat al-athar, i, 331; al-Taj al-mukallal, 289.
  • 5. Khulasat al-athar, iii, 201.
  • 6. Ibid., iv, 204.
  • 7. Nuzhat al-khawatir, iv, 285.

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