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Narrators of Hadith al-Thaqalayn of Twelfth- Eighteenth Century

336. Salih ibn Mahdi ibn ‘Ali Muqbili al-­San’ani (d. 1108/1696).

In Mulhaqat al-abhath al-­musaddadah as quoted in Khulasat ‘Abaqat al-anwar, i, 312.

337. ‘Abd al-Malik al-Isami al-Makki (d. 1111/1699).

In his Simt al-nujum al-Awali, ii, 502 from Ibn Abi Shaybah.

338. Muhammad Amin al-­Muhibbi (d. 1111/1699).

In his Jana al-jannatayn fi tamyiz naw’ay al-mathnayayn, 31.

339. Ahmad Afandi, known as Munajjim Bashi (d. 1113/1701).

As mentioned in his biographical account in Tandid al-’uqud al-­saniyyah. An eminent scholar, as mentioned in the above account.

340. Kamal al-Din Ibn Hamzah al-Husayni (d. 1120/1708).

In his al-Bayan wa al-ta’rif, i, 164; ii, 136, from Ahmad, Muslim, ‘Abd ibn Hamid, al-Tabarani and al-Hakim. A leading scholar, traditionist and grammarian of his era. 1

341. Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Baqi ibn Yusuf al-Azhari al-Zarqani al-Maliki (d. 1122/1710).

In his Sharh al-Mawahib al-laduniyyah, vii, 4 - 8, while expounding the traditions narrated by al-Shihab al-Qastallani in al-Mawahib al-laduniyyah.

342. Husam al-Din ibn Muhammad Ba Yazid ibn Badi’ al-Din al-Saharanpuri.

In Marafid al-rawafid from Muslim, al-Tirmidhi and al-Tabarani.

343. Mirza Muhammad ibn Mu’tamad Khan al-Harithi al-Badakhshi.

In Miftah al-naja fi manaqib Al al-Aba (MS.), from Muslim, al-Tirmidhi, al-Tabarani, al-Hakim, ‘Abd ibn Hamid, Ibn al-Anbari, al-Barudi and al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi. Also in Nazl al-abrar bima sahha min manaqib AhI al-Bayt al-Athar, from Muslim, al-Hakim al-Tirmidhi and al-Tabarani. An eminent scholar of his era. 2

344. Radi al-Din ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Ali ibn Haydar al-Husayni al-Shami al-Shafi’i (d. 1142/1729).

In his Tandid al-’uqud al-saniyyah bi tamhid al-dawlat al-Husayniyyah.

345. ‘Abd al-Ghani ibn Isma’il al-Nabulusi al-Hanafi (d. 1143/1730).

In his Dhakha'ir al-mawarith, i, 215. An eminent scholar of his era.

346. Muhammad Sadr al-Alam.

In his Ma’arif al-’ula fi manaqib al-Murtada (MS.). An eminent scholar. 3

347. Ibrahim al-Shabrawi Shaykh al-Azhar (d. 1162/1749).

In his al-Ithaf bi hubb al-ishraf, 6, from Muslim and al-Tirmidhi.

348. Shah Wali Allah ibn ‘Abd al-Rahim al-Dehlawi (d. 1176/1762).

In his Izalat al-khafa' ‘an sirat al-Khulafa', from Muslim, al-Hakim and Abu ‘Amr and in Qurrat al-Aynayn, 119, 168, from Muslim and al-Tirmidhi. An eminent scholar.

349. Muhammad Mu’in ibn Muhammad Amin al-Sindi.

In his Dirasat al-labib fi al-uswat al-hasanah bi al-habib. An eminent scholar of hadith, kalam and Arabic literature. 4

350. Muhammad ibn Isma’il al-Amir al-Yamani al-San’ani (d.1182/1768).

In his al-Rawdat al-nadiyyah fi sharh al-Tuhfat al-Alawiyyah, through several chains and from several sources.

351. Muhammad ibn ‘Ali al-Saban.

In Is’af al-raghibin, 110-111, from Muslim, Ahmad and al-Nasa'i, from Zayd ibn Arqam.

352. Abu al-Fayd Muhibb al-Din Muhammad Murtada al-Wasiti al-Zubaydi al-Hanafi al-Bilgirami.

In his Taj al-Arus min jawahir al-qamus, vii, 345 under thaql. A leading philologist and a legist and traditionist. 5

353. Ahmad ibn ‘Abd al-Qadir ibn Bakr al-’Ujayli al-Shafi’i (d.1182/1768).

In his Dhakhirat al-ma’al fi sharh ‘iqd jawahir al-li'al fi manaqib al­Al (MS.). An eminent scholar. 6

  • 1. Al-Muradi, Silk al-durar, i, 22.
  • 2. Nuzhat al-khawatir, vi, 259.
  • 3. Ibid, vi, 113.
  • 4. Ibid., vi, 351-355.
  • 5. Al-Qannawji, Abjad al-ulum.
  • 6. Idem., al-Taj al-­mukallal, 509.

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