tadhkirah ibn mulaqqin
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DESCRIPTIONA short introduction of hadith terms
tadhkirah th Terminology
Translation and Footnotes :
Acknowle dgements :
Shaykh Asrar Rashid
Abu Nibras, Aqdas, Noori
and all others who contributed to this paper.
A special thanks to Noori for th e suggestion
to add examples for illustration.
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Mohammed Imtiyaz Qadiri
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About this Epistle
from his two -vo Al-
Many terms are left unexplained or described tersely in the original text.
I have tried to explain them drawing from other works, such as Shaykh
Al - - -
Mulaqqin fi lm al -Athar . In some places, footnotes from the printed
edition (on which this translation is based) are also used; this is published
by Dar Ammar -
margins are also drawn from and Manhal al -
Abu Hasan is a student of Islamic sciences. He translates short works and
excerpts from books for his own edification and shares them for the
benefit of beginners like himself.
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 1
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 2
Consider the chain : from
from Ibn mar from .
This is continuous [ ], and
reaches the Prophet .
Consider : from from
from his father
from . This is
an example of a continuous and
elevated report [ -marfu ].
Consider from from Ibn
mar from mar and he said
is a continuous report but stops
does not go further; nor attributes to
the Prophet . Hence it is a continuous
report that stops at the companion
[ - ].
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 3
Example of a
knowledge] or an arrogant person
Mujahid is a and hence the above
report is considered as .
Example of bd al -
from from from
Zayd ibn Yuthai from udhayfah...
interrupted [ disconnected , ]
in two places: Firstly, because bd al -
actually reports from
Shaybah al- from
from Shurayk who reports from
narrates from ibn
from his father [ ] who
reports from . Thus we
know that, there ought to be two
Hurayrah; thus the missing two
consecutive narrators is .
Single narrator truncation
Salamah from from
the Prophet . There has to be at least
194 AH] [d. 179 AH] .
Truncation of all narrators except
al- ayishah said:
The Prophet would remember
The delegation of bd al -Qays
told the Prophet Tell us
something concise, upon which, if
we act, we shall enter paradise.
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 4
Tadl s al - :
We were with Ibn yaynah who said:
bd al - narrated
to me from Mamar from
-Muqriy says: Narrated to us
reported in Tir
Ibn yaynah from
from wsajah , the
himself a thiqah ] reports with a mursal
which is an
Muslim, from Nubayshah al -
Days [ ] are for eating and
day of rafah
all other thiqah narrators.
Fard al -
forbids sale or gifting of the inheritance
of the freedman to his/her manumitter
[ , #2535] is narrated by
Ibn mar and he is alone in this
narrat ion from Ibn mar .
Fard al -Muqayyad :
narrated by [al-
via - from
from -Khudriy ,
report exclusive ly
and no others report this.
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 5
is a form of Fard. Every
is fard , but the converse is not true.
become a perfect believer unless I am
more dear to him than his own father
This is narrated from
Anas by two narrators:
and bd al - . Then from each of
the two, there are further two and so
forth . From Qa : Shbah and
. From bd al - :
layyah and bd al - .
Muslim from al -Taym from
from Anas . In addition to
Anas; and in addition to
deliberately attributes a false saying to
me should prepare for his seat in hell -
piety that is for worship in certain
, #3]. The
highlighted phrase is an addition [ ]
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 6
reports from - from
is being said,
this route: from
father from the Proph et .
Hurayrah in Muslim about seven kinds
of people who are granted the Shade
man who gives in charity secretly, such
that his right hand does not know what
by one of the narrators accidentally;
left hand does not know what his right
in only eleven narrators, though Ibn
: Like the transposition in
[ - six in
Musalsal : The
love you; after every prayer, say:
. O Allah aid
me to be in constant remembrance of
Yourself, and to thank you and to
worship you in a beautiful manner.
Every narrator tells the next one : I love
you is one such musalsal.
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 7
: Which deed is the
asan ibn Mukrim and in
their narration have additional
the earliest part of
- : Consider
al - Narrated to us
from bd al - n
have heard heard
heard -Ghanawiy say:
sit on grav
erroneously and he is a superfluous
narrator in this chain; because, a
number of thiqah narrators have
reported from Ibn al -
narrating from bd al -
Similarly, a number of thiqah narrators
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 8
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 9
Tadhkirah of Ibn Mulaqqin | 10
Seniors from Juniors : This could be
either on the basis of age, or
knowledge and rank, or both.
who is lesser in rank and number of
both younger in years and les ser in
Fathers narrating from sons is also
from this category. Similarly, father
reporting from his daughter, such as
An example of mother narrating from
daughter Sayyidah ayishah .
- of al-
mar or Zayd; Ibn Mas
and all are Companions .