272. Zahir al-Din `Abd al-Samad
al-Fariqi al-Farabi (d. after 707/1307).
In his sharh of al-Baghawi's Masabih
al-Sunnah (MS. 60 in alMaktabat alSulaymaniyyah,
Istanbul, F. 340 b.)
273. Abu al-Fadl Jamal al-Din
Muhammad ibn Mukarram al'Ansari al-'Ifriqi al-Misri (d.
In Lisan al-`Arab, xi, 137, from Ibn
Ishaq al-'Azhari. A leading lexicographer and philologist.
274. Sadr al-Din Abu al-Majami`
Ibrahim ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al-Mu`ayyad al-Hamawi (d.
In his Fara'id al-simtayn (ii, 250,
268, 272, 274) from Zayd ibn Arqam, Abu Sa`id al-Khudri, and Hudhayfah
ibn Usayd. An eminent scholar.
275. Abu al-`Abbas Najm al-Din
Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Makki ibn Yasin al-Qamuli (d. 727/1327).
In Takmilat Tafsir al-Razi. A leading
jurist of his era. 
276. Ibn Taymiyyah al-Harrani
In his Minhaj al-Sunnah, 105, from Sahih
Muslim, where he tries to misinterpret its meaning.
277. `Ala' al-Din `Ali ibn Muhammad
ibn Ibrahim al-Baghdadi, known as al-Khazin (d. 741/1340).
In his tafsir, Lubab al-ta'wil, i, 328,
vi, 102, vii, 6. A leading scholar and exegete. 
278. Fakhr al-Din al-Hansawi.
In his Dustur al-haqa'iq from Zayd ibn
Arqam, as mentioned by Malik al-`Ulama' al-Dawlatabadi in Hidayat
al-su`ada', MS. A leading scholar.
279. Abu `Abd Allah Wali al-Din
Muhammad ibn `Abd Allah alKhatib al-Tabrizi.
In his Mishkat al-masabih, iii, 255,
258, from Zayd ibn Arqam and Jabir. An eminent scholar.
280. Abu al-Hajjaj Yusuf ibn
`Abd al-Rahman ibn Yusuf al-Mizzi (d. 742/1341).
In his Tuhfat al-'ashraf bi ma`rifat al-'atraf
from al-Tirmidhi, Muslim and al-Nasa'i. A leading scholar
and writer. 
281. Hasan ibn Muhammad al-Tayyibi
In his Sharh al-Mishkat, MS. A leading
scholar of his era. 
282. Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn
al-Muzaffar al-Shahrudi alKhalkhali (d. 745/1344).
In his al-Mafatih fi sharh al-Masabih, MS.
A leading scholar. 
283. Athir al-Din Abu Hayyan
al-'Andalusi (d. 745/1344).
In his exegesis al-Bahr al-muhit, i,
12. A leading scholar of his era. 
284. Shams al-Din Abu `Abd Allah
Muhammad ibn Ahmad alDhahabi (d. 748/1347).
As mentioned by al-Shaykhani al-Qadiri in al-Sirat
al-sawi, MS. A leading scholar, historian, biographer, traditionist
and an authority on rijal.
285. `Ala' al-Din ibn al-Turkamani
al-Hanafi (d. 749/1348).
In his al-Jawhar al-naqi `ala Sunan al-Bayhaqi,
vii, 31 (published with Sunan al-Bayhaqi, Hyderabad,
India). An eminent scholar.
286. Jamal al-Din Muhammad ibn
Yusuf ibn al-Hasan al-Zarandi al-Madani al-'Ansari (d. after 750/1349).
In his Nazm Durar al-simtayn, 231-232,
from Zayd ibn Arqam, Abu Sa`id and Jabir. An eminent scholar and
287. Badr al-Din Abu Muhammad
al-Hasan ibn Habib al-Halabi.
In al-Najm al-thaqib fi ashraf al-manasib (F. 86, MS. 5883, Dar
alKutub al-Zahiriyyah, Damascus). An
eminent scholar. 
288. Zayn al-`Arab `Ali ibn `Abd
Allah ibn Ahmad al-Misri (d. after 751/1350).
In his sharh of al-Baghawi's Masabih
al-Sunnah (F. 356, MS. 59, alMaktabat al-Sulaymaniyyah,
289. Sa`id al-Din Muhammad ibn
Mas`ud ibn Muhammad alKazeruni (d. 758/1357).
In al-Muntaqa fi sirat al-Musttafa.
An eminent scholar and traditionist.
290. Isma`il ibn Kathir ibn Daw'
al-Qarashi al-Dimashqi (d. 774/1372).
In his exegesis (v, 457; vi, 199, 200) and
his work on history. A leading historian, exegete and legist.
291. Muhammad ibn Qasim al-Nuwayri
al-'Iskandarani (d. after 775/1373).
In Kitab al-'ilmam (Hyderabad, 1390),
292. Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn
al-Hasan al-Wasiti (d. 776/1374).
In his Majm` al-'ahbab (MS. 2096 in
al-Maktabat alSulaymaniyyah, Istanbul, F. 78) from Sahih
Muslim. An exegete and legist.
293. Al-Sayyid `Ali Shihab al-Din
al-Hamadani (d. 786/1384).
In his al-Mawaddah fi al-qurba from
Abu Sa`id and Jubayr ibn Mut`im. An eminent scholar.
294. AlSayyid Muhammad
In Risalah-ye Qiyafeh-nameh, as mentioned
by al-Badakhshani in Jami` al-salasil, MS. in the former's
295. Sa`d al-Din Mas`ud ibn `Umar
al-Taftazani (d. 791/1389).
In Sharh al-Maqasid, ii, 221. A great
scholar, grammarian, legist, exegete and mutakallim. 
296. Abu `Abd Allah Husam al-Din
Hamid ibn Ahmad al-Mahalli.
In his Mahasin al-'azhar fi tafsil manaqib
al-`itrat al-'akhyar al'athar as mentioned by al-`Allamah
Muhammad ibn Isma`il al'Amir in al-Rawdat al-nadiyyah.
An eminent scholar and legist.
297. Nur al-Din `Ali ibn Abi
Bakr ibn Sulayman al-Haythami (d. 807/1404).
In his Majma` al-zawa'id wa manba` al-fawa'id,
9. An eminent scholar. 
298. Majd al-Din Muhammad ibn
Ya`qub al-Firuzabadi al-Shirazi (d. 817/1414).
In his al-Qamus al-muhit, iii, 343.
One of the great lexicographers.
299. Muhammad ibn Mahmud al-Hafizi
al-Bukhari alNaqshbandi, known as Khwajah Parsa (d. 822/1419).
In his Fasl al-khitab from al-Tirmidhi,
from Jabir, Hudhayfah ibn Usayd and Zayd ibn Arqam. An eminent
scholar and the most eminent of the Khulafa' of Khwajah Baha'
300. Abu al-`Abbas Taqi al-Din
Ahmad ibn `Ali al-Maqrizi (d. 845/1441).
In his Ma`rifat ma yajib li Al al-Bayt al-Nabawi
(Cairo: Dar al'I`tisam, 1392, ed. by Muhammad Ahmad
`Ashur, p. 38) from alTirmidhi. A great historian and traditionist.
301. `Uthman ibn Haji ibn Muhammad
In his Sharh on Masabih al-Sunnah
(F. 178, MS 288 in alMaktabat alSulaymaniyyah).
302. Malik al-`Ulama' Shihab
al-Din ibn Shams al-Din alZawali al-Dawlatabadi (d. 849/1445).
In his Hidayat al-su`ada' (MS.) from
al-Masabih al-Mashariq, Mishkat al'anwar, al-`Umdah,
al-Durar, Taj al-'asami, al-'Arba`in `an al-'arba`in, Kitab al-Shifa',
Nisab al-'akhbar, etc., and Manaqib al-sadat. A leading
scholar of his era. 
303. Nur al-Din `Ali ibn Muhammad,
known as Ibn al-Sabbagh alMaliki (d. 855/1451).
In al-Fusul al-muhimmah, 23. An eminent
304. Al-Hafiz ibn Hajar al-`Asqalani
In al-Matalib al-`aliyah bi zawa'id al-masanid
al-thamaniyah, iv, 65 from `Ali (A), where he judges its isnad
to be sahih. From `Ali and Abu Hurayrah in his Zawa'id
Musnad al-Bazzaz MS., F. 277. One of the leading scholars.
305. Abu al-Khayr Shams al-Din
Muhammad ibn `Abd alRahman al-Sakhawi (d. 902/1496).
In his Istijlab irtiqa' aIghuraf,
MS. through many different asnad and sources from a
number of Sahabah, such as Abu Sa`id, Zayd ibn Arqam, Jabir, Hudhayfah
ibn Usayd, Khuzaymah, Sahl ibn Sa`d, Damrah al-'Aslami, `Abd al-Rahman
ibn `Awf, Ibn `Abbas, Ibn `Umar, `Ali (A), Abu Rafi`, Abu Hurayrah
and others. A leading scholar of his era. 
306. Husayn ibn `Ali al-Kashifi
In his al-Risalah al-`aliyyah fi al-'ahadith
al-Nabawiyyah, 29, 30 and his exegesis al-Mawahib al-`aliyyah,
307. Jalal al-Din `Abd al-Rahman
ibn Abi Bakr al-Suyuti (d. 911/1505).
In his Ihya' al-mayyit bi fada'il AhI alBayt,
11, 12, 19, 26, 27, 30, Nihayat al-'ifdal, MS. al-'Asas
fi fada'il Bani al-`Abbas, MS. al'Inafah fi rutbat
al-Khilafah, al-Budur al-safirah, his exegesis alDurr
al-manthur, 11, 60, vi, 70, al-Jami` al-saghir, and
alKhasa'is al-kubra, ii, 266 through several chains
from Muslim, al-Tirmidhi, al-Nasa'i, al-Hakim, `Abd ibn Hamid,
Ahmad, Abu Ya`la, al-Bazzaz and al-Tabarani from Zayd ibn Arqam,
Zayd ibn Thabit, Abu Sa`id al-Khudri, Abu Hurayrah, `Ali (A),
Jabir and `Abd Allah ibn Hantab. One of the great scholars in
the history of Islam.
308. Nur al-Din `Ali ibn `Abd
Allah al-Samhudi (d. 911/1505).
In his Jawahir al-`iqdayn fi fadl al-sharafayn
sharaf al-`ilm aljali wa alnasab al-`ali, MS.,
from more than twenty Sahabah from various recognized compilations
of hadith. An eminent scholar of his era.
309. Al-Fadl ibn Ruzbahan al-Khunji
In his Sharh-e `aqa'id, in Persian,
written at the behest of `Abd Allah Khan Uzbek, the ruler of Bukhara.
310. Shihab al-Din Ahmad ibn
Muhammad al-Qastallani alShafi`i (d. 923/1517).
In his al-Mawahib al-madaniyyah (al-Zarqani's
sharh, vii, 4-8). An eminent scholar and author of famous
commentaries on Sahih Muslim and Sahih al-Bukhari.
311. Shams al-Din Muhammad al-`Alqami
In al-Kawkab al-munir fi sharh al-Jami`
al-saghir, MS. A leading scholar of his era.
312. `Abd al-Wahhab ibn Muhammad
ibn Rafi` al-Din al-Bukhari (d. 932/1525).
In his exegesis Tafsir Anwari (MS) from
al-Tha`labi and Ahmad ibn Hanbal from Abu Sa`id. A leading scholar
of his era. 
313. Shams al-Din Muhammad ibn
Yusuf al-Dimashqi al-Salihi (d. 942/1535).
In his Subul al-huda wa al-rashad fi sirat
khayr al-`ibad, known as alSirat al-Shamsiyyah, as
mentioned by al-Halabi in Insan al`uyun. A scholar
314. Al-Hafiz ibn al-Dayba` al-Shaybani
In his Taysir al-'usul ila Jami` al-'usul,
iii, 297. An eminent scholar and traditionist.
315. Shams al-Din Ibn Tulun al-Dimashqi
In his al-Shadharat al-dhahabiyyah, 66
(published under the title al'A'imat al-'Ithna `ashar,
Beirut, 1377 H.) ed. Dr. Salah al-Din al-Munjid, from Sahih
Muslim. A leading scholar of his era. 
316. Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Sharbini
al-Khatib (d. 968/1560).
In his exegesis al-Siraj al-munir, ii,
528, iv, 167.
317. Shihab al-Din Ahmad ibn
Muhammad ibn `Ali ibn Hajar alHaythami al-Makki (d. 973/1565).
In his al-Sawa`iq al-muhriqah, 25, 89
- 90, 132 and al-Minah alMakkiyyah fi sharh al-qasidat
al-hamziyyah under the couplet:
A leading scholar of his era.
318. Nur al-Din `Ali ibn Husam
al-Din al-Muttaqi al-Hindi (d.975/1567).
In his Kanz al-`ummal from al-Tabarani
from Zayd ibn Arqam. A leading scholar, traditionist, author and
319. Muhammad Tahir al-Fitanni
al-Gujrati (d. 986/1578).
In his Majma` al-bihar fi gharib al-hadith
under thaql and `itrah, as well as in Takmilat
Majma` al-bihar under thaql. A leading scholar of his
320. `Abbas ibn Mu`in al-Din,
known as Mirza Makhdum alJurjani al-Shirazi (d. 988/1580).
In his al-Nawaqid from Sahih Muslim
from Zayd ibn Arqam. An eminent scholar.
321. Al-Shaykh Ibn `Abd Allah
ibn alShaykh `Abd Allah al`Aydarus al-Yamani (d. 990/1582).
In al-`Iqd al-Nabawi wa al-sirr al-Mustafawi
(MS) from Ibn Abi Shaybah, from `Abd al-Rahman ibn `Awf. An
322. Kamal al-Din ibn Fakhr al-Din
al-Jahromi (d. after 994/1586).
In his al-Barahin al-qati`ah fi tarjumat
al-Sawa`iq al-muhriqah, in Persian. An eminent scholar from
Bijapur, India. 
323. Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Mustafa
ibn Ibrahim al-Sufi, known as Badr al-Din al-Rumi.
In his Taj al-durrah fi sharh al-burdah
under the lines:
324. `Ata' Allah ibn Fadl Allah
al-Shirazi, known as Jamal alDin al-Muhaddith (d. 1000/1591).
In his al-'Arba`in fi fada'il Amir al-Mu'minin
(MS) and Rawdat al'ahbab fi siyar al-Nabi wa al-'Al
wa al'Ashab, from Hudhayfah ibn Usayd. An eminent scholar.
325. `Ali ibn al-Sultan Muhammad
al-Harawi, known as `Ali alQari (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 alFadl ibn
Muhammad Ba Kathir alMakki (d. 1037/1627).
In his Wasilat al-ma'al fi `add manaqib
al-'Al (MS) from Imam Ahmad, alTabarani, Abu Ya`la,
alHakim, alTirmidhi, Ibn `Uqdah, al-Diya', alZarandi,
Abu al-Hasan Yahya ibn alHasan, alJi`abi, alDulabi,
alBazzaz, Abu Nu`aym, Ibn Hajar and alDarqutni. An
eminent scholar. 
329. Mahmud ibn Muhammad ibn
`Ali alShaykani alQadiri alMadani.
In al-Sirat al-sawi fi manaqib Al al-Nabi
(MS.), from Muslim, alHakim, al-Bazzaz, Ibn `Uqdah,
alTabarani, Ibn Sa`d and alZarandi, from Zayd ibn
Arqam, Abu Sa`id, Zayd ibn Thabit, `Abd alRahman ibn `Awf,
Abu Hurayrah, Jabir, Hudhayfah ibn Usayd and others.
330. Al-Sayyid Muhammad ibn alSayyid
Jalal Mah `Alam alBukhari (d. 1045/1635).
In Tadhkirat al-'abrar (MS.). A respectable
331. Al-Shaykh `Abd alHaqq
al-Dehlawi (d. 1052/1642).
In his al-Lumu`at fi sharh alMishkat
from Muslim and alTirmidhi, and also in Madarij al-nubuwwah,
520. A leading legist, traditionist and scholar of his era
in India. 
332. Shihab alDin Ahmad
ibn Muhammad ibn `Umar alKhafaji al-Misri al-Hanafi (d.
In his Nasim al-riyad fi sharh Shifa' alQadi
`lyad, iii, 409, iv, 283, 324, while expounding the narrations
of alQadi `lyad. A leading scholar. 
333. `Ali ibn Ahmad ibn Muhammad
ibn Ibrahim al`Azizi alBulaqi al-Shafi`i (d. 1070/1659).
In his al-Siraj al-munir fi sharh alJami`
al-saghir, i, 322; ii, 51. A leading traditionist. 
334. Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn
Sulayman al-Susi alMaghribi (d. 1094/1683)
In his Jam` al-fawa'id min Jami` al'usul
wa Majma` alzawa'id, i, 16, ii, 236 (Meerut 1346H.),
fromTalTirmidhi and Muslim. A leading traditionist. 
335. Mulla Ya`qub alBanyani
In his `Aqa'id. A well-known scholar
of his age. 
336. Salih ibn Mahdi ibn `Ali
Muqbili alSan`ani (d. 1108/1696).
In Mulhaqat al-'abhath almusaddadah
as quoted in Khulasat `Abaqat al-'anwar, i, 312.
337. `Abd al-Malik al'Isami
alMakki (d. 1111/1699).
In his Simt al-nujum al`awali,
ii, 502 from Ibn Abi Shaybah.
338. Muhammad Amin alMuhibbi
In his Jana al-jannatayn fi tamyiz naw`ay
339. Ahmad Afandi, known as Munajjim
Bashi (d. 1113/1701).
As mentioned in his biographical account in
Tandid al-`uqud alsaniyyah. 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. 
341. Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Baqi
ibn Yusuf al-'Azhari alZarqani 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 alSaharanpuri.
In Marafid al-rawafid from Muslim, al-Tirmidhi
343. Mirza Muhammad ibn Mu`tamad
Khan al-Harithi alBadakhshi.
In Miftah al-naja fi manaqib Al al-`Aba
(MS.), from Muslim, alTirmidhi, 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 alTabarani.
An eminent scholar of his era. 
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
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. 
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 alTirmidhi. An eminent scholar.
349. Muhammad Mu`in ibn Muhammad
In his Dirasat al-labib fi al-'uswat al-hasanah
bi al-habib. An eminent scholar of hadith, kalam and Arabic
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. 
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.
354. Mir Ghani al-Husayni (d.
In his Durrat al-yatimah fi ba`d fada'il
al-Sayyidat al-`Azimah (MS. 3671 in al-Maktabat al-Zahiriyyah,
F. 71-77). An eminent scholar of his days.
355. Muhammad Mubin ibn Muhibb
Allah al-Lakhnowi (d. 1220/1805).
In his Wasilat al-najat fi manaqib al-sadat,
from Muslim, alTirmidhi and al-Hakim. 
356. Muhammad Ikram al-Din ibn
Muhammad Nizam al-Din alDehlawi.
In his Sa`adat al-Kawnayn fi bayan fada'il
al-Hasanayn, from alMashariq, al-Masabih and
other works. An eminent scholar. 
357. Rashid al-Din Khan al-Dehlawi
In his al-Haqq al-mubin fi fada'il Ahl Bayt
Sayyid al-Mursalin from alSawa`iq, al-Shifa', Qurrat
al-`aynayn, NazI al-'abrar and Sharh alMaqasid, and
from Ahmad, Ibn Jarir, and al-Hakim. 
358. Mirza Hasan `Ali Muhaddith
al-Lakhnowi (d. 1255/1839).
In his Tafrih al-'ahbab fi manaqib al-'Al
wa al-'Ashab from Muslim and al-Tirmidhi. An eminent scholar.
359. `Abd al-Rahim ibn `Abd al-Karim
al-Safipuri (d. 1267/1850).
In his Muntaha al-'arab, i, 143, under
thaql. An eminent philologist and grammarian. 
360. Wali Allah ibn Habib Allah
al-Lakhnowi (d. 1270/1853).
In his Mir'at al-mu'minin (MS.). An
eminent scholar. 
361. `Ashiq `Ali Khan al-Lakhnowi.
In his Dhakhirat al-`uqba fi dhikr fada'il
362. Al-Shaykh Hasan al-`Adawi
In his Mashariq al-'anwar fi fawz ahl al-'i`tibar,
86, from Ibn Hajar, Ahmad, al-Suyuti, Muslim and al-Nasa'i.
363. Sulayman ibn Ibrahim, known
as Khwajah Kalan al-Husayni al-Balkhi al-Qunduzi.
In his Yanabi` al-mawaddah, 27-41, from
many early authorities on tradition, such as Muslim, al-Tirmidhi,
aI-Tha`labi, Ahmad, `Abd Allah ibn Ahmad, and later scholars such
as al-Samhudi, alKhwarazmi, alSayyid `Ali al-Hamadani,
al-Zarandi and others, from eminent Sahabah.
364. Mawlawi Siddiq Hasan Khan
In his al-Siraj al-wahhaj fi sharh Sahih
Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj has expounded Muslim's narrations and
cited the narrations of alTirmidhi and others.
365. Mawlawi Hasan al-Zaman.
In his al-QawI al-mustahsan fi fakhr al-Hasan.
366. Ahmad Zayni Dahlan.
In his al-Sirat al-Nabawiyyah, ii, 300.
367. Ahmad Diya' al-Din al-Kamushkhanawi.
In his Ramuz al-'ahadith, 144.
368. Mu'min ibn Hasan al-Shablanji.
369. Behjat Buhlul Afandi.
In his Ta'rikh Al-e Muhammad, 45.
370. Al-Shaykh Mansur `Ali Nasif
In his al-Taj al-jami` Ii al'usul,
371. Yusuf ibn Isma`il al-Nabhani.
In his al-Fath al-kabir, i, 451 and
al-Sharaf al-mu'abbad, 18, 24.
372. Al-`Abbas ibn Ahmad al-Yamani.
In his al-Rawd al-nadir, v, 343, 466.
373. Muhammad ibn `Abd al-Rahman
In his Tuhfat al-'ahwadhi bi sharh Jami`
al-Tirmidhi, x, 287-291.
374. Ahmad al-Banna al-Sa`ati.
In his al-Fath al-rabbani bi tartib Musnad
Ahmad ibn Hanbal alShaybani, i, 186 and Bulugh al-'amani
min asrar al-Fath alrabbani, iv, 26.
375. `Abd Allah al-Shafi`i.
In his Arjah al-matalib, 335-341, from leading traditionists from
Zayd ibn Thabit, Zayd ibn Arqam, Abu Sa`id
al-Khudri, Jabir ibn `Abd Allah, Zayd ibn Aslam, `Ali (A), Abu
Dharr, Abu Rafi`. Abu Hurayrah, Umm Salamah, Hudhayfah ibn Usayd.
376. Mahmud Abu Rayyah.
In his Adwa' `ala al-Sunnat al-Muhammadiyyah,
377. Tawfiq Abu `Alam.
In his Ahl al-Bayt, 77-80.
378. Habib al-Rahman al-'A`zami.
In his hawashi on al-Matalib al-`aliyah
bi zawa'id al-masanid althamaniyah, iv, 65.