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Sahih Muslim in Urdu, English and Arabic

صحیح مسلم مکمل احادیث

Sahih Muslim is written by Imam Muslim, who died in 261 ھ. Sahih Muslim is an authenticated books of hadith which contacts total 58 chapters with a total number of 7563 hadith.

You can read all chapters and islami masail written in Sahih Muslim in Urdu, English and Arabic language. All Islamic masail, wazifa, Sunnah and briefed in Sahih Muslim.

Book Name Sahih Muslim
Book Writer Imam Muslim
Writer Death 261 ھ
Total Chapters 58 Chapters
Total Hadith 7563 Hadith
Chapter NameArabic/UrduHadith
Muqadma مقدمہ 92
Emaan Ke Ehkaam O Masail ایمان کے احکام و مسائل 441
Taharat Ke Ehkaam O Masail طہارت کے احکام و مسائل 145
Haiz Ke Ehkaam O Masail حیض کے احکام و مسائل 158
Namaz Ke Ehkaam O Masail نماز کے احکام و مسائل 324
Masjidon Aur Namaz Ki Jagha Ke Ehkaam مسجدوں اور نماز کی جگہ کے احکام 409
Musafron Ki Namaz Aur Qasr Ke Ehkaam مسافروں کی نماز اور قصر کے احکام 267
Quran Ke Fazail Aur Mutalqa Amoor قرآن کے فضائل اور متعلقہ امور 114
Jumah Ke Ehkaam O Masail جمعہ کے احکام و مسائل 93
Namaz E Eidein Ke Ehkaam O Masail نماز عیدین کے احکام و مسائل 26
Barish Talb Kerne Ki Dua بارش طلب کرنے کی نماز 19
Sooraj Aur Chand Girhan Ke Ehkaam سورج اور چاند گرہن کے احکام 34
Janaze Ke Ehkaam O Masail جنازے کے احکام و مسائل 140
Zakat Ke Ehkaam O Masail زکاۃ کے احکام و مسائل 232
Rozon Ke Ehkaam O Masail روزوں کے احکام و مسائل 285
Itikaf Ke Ehkaam O Masail اعتکاف کے احکام و مسائل 11
Hajj Ke Ehkaam O Masail حج کے احکام و مسائل 607
Nikah Ke Ehkaam O Masail نکاح کے احکام و مسائل 170
Razaat Ke Ehkaam O Masail رضاعت کے احکام و مسائل 84
Talaq Ke Ehkaam O Masail طلاق کے احکام و مسائل 91
Liaan Ka Bayan لعان کا بیان 27
Ghulami Se Azadi Ka Bayan غلامی سے آزادی کا بیان 31
Lain Daen Ke Masail لین دین کے مسائل 161
سیرابی اور نگہداشت کے عوض پھل وغیرہ میں حصہ داری اور زمین دے کر بٹائی پر کاشت کرانا 178
Waris Ke Muqararah Hisson Ka Bayan وراث کے مقررہ حصوں کا بیان 23
Atiya Ki Gayi Chezon Ka Bayan عطیہ کی گئی چیزوں کا بیان 41
Wasiyat Ke Ehkaam O Masail وصیت کے احکام و مسائل 31
Nazar Ke Ehkaam نظر کے احکام 19
Qasmon Ka Bayan قسموں کا بیان 88
قتل کی ذمہ داری کے تعین کے لیے اجتماعی قسموں، لوٹ مار کرنے والوں (کی سزا)، قصاص اور دیت کے مسائل 56
Hadood Ka Bayan حدود کا بیان 72
Jhagron Main Faisle Kerne Ke Tareeke Aur Aadaab جھگڑوں میں فیصلے کرنے کے طریقے اور آداب 28
Kisi Ko Milne Wali Chez Jis Ke Malik Ka Pata Na Hu کسی کو ملنے والی چیز جس کے مالک کا پتہ نہ ہو 21
Jihad Aur Us Ke Doraan Rasool SAW Ke Ikhtiar Kerda Tareeqe جہاد اور اس کے دوران میں رسول اللہ صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم کے اختیار کردہ طریقے 182
Amoor E Hakomat Ka Bayan امور حکومت کا بیان 271
Shikar Kerne, Zibah Kiye Jaane Walay Aur Un Janwaron Ka Bayan Jin Ka Gosht Khaya Ja Sakta Hai شکار کرنے، ذبح کیے جانے والے اور ان جانوروں کا بیان جن کا گوشت کھایا جا سکتا ہے 92
Qurbani Ke Ehkaam O Masail قربانی کے احکام و مسائل 63
Mashroobat Ka Bayan مشروبات کا بیان 258
Libaas Aur Zeenat Ke Ehkaam لباس اور زینت کے احکام 201
Muasharti Aadaab Ka Bayan معاشرتی آداب کا بیان 60
Salamti Aur Sehet Ka Bayan سلامتی اور صحت کا بیان 216
Adab Aur Dosri Baaton, Aqeede Aur Insani Rawayion, Se Mutaliq Alfaaz ادب اور دوسری باتوں، عقیدے اور انسانی رویوں، سے متعلق الفاظ 23
Shair O Shari Ka Bayan شعر و شاعری کا بیان 12
Khawab Ka Bayan خواب کا بیان 41
Anbia Karaam Ke Fazail انبیائے کرام علیہم السلام کے فضائل 231
Sahaba Karaam R.A Ke Fazail O Munaqib صحابہ کرام رضی اللہ عنھم کے فضائل و مناقب 331
Husn E Salook, Sila Rehmi Aur Adab حسن سلوک، صلہ رحمی اور ادب 223
Taqdeer Ka Bayan تقدیر کا بیان 52
Ilm Ka Bayan علم کا بیان 30
Zikr E Ilahi, Dua, Tauba Aur Astaghfar ذکر الہی، دعا، توبہ، اور استغفار 129
Alraqaq الرقاق 18
Tauba Ka Bayan توبہ کا بیان 72
Munafqeen Ki Sifaat Aur Un Ke Baare May Ehkaam منافقین کی صفات اور ان کے بارے میں احکام 21
Qayamat Aur Jannat Aur Jahanum Ke Ehwaal قیامت اور جنت اور جہنم کے احوال 85
Jannat Aur Is Ki Naimatein Awr Ehl E Jannat جنت اس کی نعمتیں اور اہل جنت 105
Fitne Aur Alamaat E Qiyamat فتنے اور علامات قیامت 182
Zehed Aur Riqqat Angaiz Baatein زہد اور رقت انگیز باتیں 106
قران مجيد كي تفسير كا بيان 41

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Sahih Muslim is considered as 2nd most authentic book of hadith though it was written around 250 years after holy Prophet Muhammad's (صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم) apparent life.

Author bio:

Imām Muslim's full name is Abu al-Husayn Muslim ibn al-Hajjāj ibn Muslim ibn Warat al-Qushayri al- Naysaburi (206-261 AH/821-875 AD). Imām "Muslim," as his nasba shows, belonged to the Qushayr tribe of the Arabs, an offshoot of the great clan of Rabi'a. 

He was born in Naysabur (Nishapur) in 206/821. His parents were righteous people who left such an indelible impression on his mind that he spent his life as a God-fearing person and always adhered to the path of righteousness. Imām Muslim travelled widely to collect hadith in Arabia, Egypt, Syria and Iraq, where he attended the lectures of some of the prominent Muhadith of his time: Isḥāq b. Rāḥawayh, Aḥmad b. Hanbal, 'Ubaydullah al-Qawariri, Qutaiba bin Sa’id, 'Abdullah ibn Maslama, Harmalah bin Yahya, and others. After completing his education, he settled down at Nishapur. There he came into contact with Imām al-Bukhārī. Imām Muslim was impressed with Imām al-Bukhārī's knowledge that he kept himself attached to him up to the end of his life. Another muhaddith that influenced Imam Muslim was Muhammad ibn Yahya al-Dhuhali and he attended his lectures regularly, but when the difference of opinion between Muhammad b. Yahya and Imam Bukhari on the issue of the creation of the Holy Qur'an sharpened into hostility, Imam Muslim sided with Imam Bukhari and abandoned Muhammad b. Yahya altogether. He was therefore a true disciple of Imām al-Bukhārī. 

He wrote many books and treatises on Hadith, but the most important of his works is the collection (Jami’) of his Sahih. He originally named his book Musnad as-Ṣaḥīḥ, and mentioned in his book that he wrote authored such a book in response to a question from one of his students. 

Imām Muslim meticulously collected 300,000 hadith and after a thorough examination of them retained only 4000, the genuineness of which were fully established. He prefixed to his compilation a very illuminating introduction, in which he specified some of the principles in which he had followed in the choice of his material. Imam Muslim has to his credit many other valuable contributions to different branches of Hadith literature, and most of them retain their eminence even to the present day. Amongst these Kitab al-Musnad al-Kabir 'Ala al-Rijal, Jami' Kabir, Kitab, al-Asma' wa'l-Kuna, Kitab al-Ilal, Kitab al- Wijdan are very important. 

Methods of Classification and Annotation:

Imam Muslim strictly observed many principles of the science of Hadith, which had been slightly ignored by his great teacher Imam Bukhari (may Allah have mercy on both of them). 

Imam Muslim considered only such traditions to be genuine and authentic as had been transmitted to him by an unbroken chain of reliable authorities up to the Prophet () and were in perfect harmony with what had been related by other narrators whose trustworthiness was unanimously accepted and who were free from all defects. He divided narrators and sub-narrators into 3 levels: 
1. Those people who are completely authentic in their memory and character with no deficiency whatsoever. They were known to be honest and trustworthy.
2. People of slightly lesser memory and perfection than the previous category, yet still trustworthy and knowledgeable, not liars by any measure. Examples of people in this category include `Ata ibn Said and Layth ibn Abi Sulaim.
3. People whose honesty was a subject of dispute or even discussion. Imam Muslim did not concern himself with such people. Examples in this category include Abdullah ibn Maswar and Muhammad ibn Said al-Maslub. 

Moreover, Imam Bukhari, while describing the chain of narrators, sometimes mentions their kunya and sometimes gives their names. This is particularly true in case of the narrators of Syria. This creates a sort of confusion, which Imam Muslim has avoided. 

Imam Muslim takes particular care in according the exact words of the narrators and points out even the minutest difference in the wording of their reports. Imam Muslim has also constantly kept in view the difference between the two well-known modes of narration, haddathana (he narrated to us) and akhbarana (he informed us). He is of the opinion that the first mode is used only when the teacher is narrating the hadith and the student is listening to it, while the second mode of expression implies that the student is reading the hadith before the teacher. This reflects his utmost care in the transmission of a hadith. Imam Muslim has taken great pains in connecting the chain of narrators. He has recorded only that hadith which, at least, two reliable tabi'in (successors) had heard from two Companions and this principle is observed throughout the subsequent chain of narrators. 

Sahih Muslim has been explained by Imam an-Nawawi and one of his teachers Abu `Amr ibn Salah. 

His Students:

His Students Imam Muslim had a very wide circle of students, who learnt Hadith from him. Some of them occupy a very prominent position in Islamic history, e.g. Abu Hatim Razi, Musa ibn Harun, Ahmad ibn Salama, Abu 'Isa Tirmidhi, Abu Bakr ibn Khusaima, Abu ‘Awana and Al-Dhahabi. 

His Death:

Imam Muslim lived for fifty-five years. He spent most of his time in learning Hadith, in its compilation, in its teaching and transmission. He always remained absorbed in this single pursuit and nothing could distract his attention from this pious task. He died in 261/875, and was buried in the suburbs of Nishapur.