The Quran, also romanized Qur'an or Koran, is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be a revelation from God.
Sunnah, also sunna or sunnat, is the body of literature which discusses and prescribes the traditional customs and practices of the Islamic community, both social and legal.
1. The profession of faith (Shahada),
2. Prayer (Salah),
3. Alms (Zakat),
4. Fasting (Swam) and
5. Pilgrimage (Haj).
"Run away from the leper (the one with contagious ailment) as you would run away from a lion"
[Bukhari Volume 7, Book 71, Number 608]
"Those with contagious diseases should be kept away from those who are healthy"
[Bukhaari (6771) and Muslim (2221)]
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: " Do not cause harm or return harm."
[Sunan Ibn Majah (2340)]
Prophet (ﷺ) while sneezing, would cover his face with his hand or with his garment.
[Abu Dawud; Tirmidhi (Book 43, Hadith 2969)]
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: "Cleanliness is half of faith"
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: "The entire earth has been made a Masjid, except graveyards and washrooms."
[Tirmidhi (al-Salaah, 291)]
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: "Do not enter a land where the plague (contagious ailment) has broken out; don't leave from where it has broken out"
[Bukhari (5739) and Muslim (2219)]
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: "There is no disease that Allah sent without sending for it a cure"
[Bukhari (Volume 7, Book 71, Number 582)]
"The plague (contagion) patient who remains in his home with patience and expectation of reward, knowing that nothing will befall him other than Allah's decree will attain the reward of martyr"
[Musnad Ahmad, Bukhari (2829), Muslim (1914)]
Sahih al-Bukhari is a collection of hadith compiled by Imam Muhammad al-Bukhari (d. 256 AH/870 AD) (rahimahullah). His collection is recognized by the overwhelming majority of the Muslim world to be the most authentic collection of reports of the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ). It contains over 7500 hadith (with repetitions) in 97 books. The translation provided here is by Dr. M. Muhsin Khan.
Sahih Muslim is a collection of hadith compiled by Imam Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj al-Naysaburi (rahimahullah). His collection is considered to be one of the most authentic collections of the Sunnah of the Prophet (ﷺ), and along with Sahih al-Bukhari forms the "Sahihain," or the "Two Sahihs." It contains roughly 7500 hadith (with repetitions) in 57 books. The translation provided here is by Abdul Hamid Siddiqui.
Sunan an-Nasa'i is a collection of hadith compiled by Imam Ahmad an-Nasa'i (rahimahullah). His collection is unanimously considered to be one of the six canonical collections of hadith (Kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah of the Prophet (ﷺ). It contains roughly 5700 hadith (with repetitions) in 52 books.
Sunan Abi Dawud is a collection of hadith compiled by Imam Abu Dawud Sulayman ibn al-Ash'ath as-Sijistani (rahimahullah). It is widely considered to be among the six canonical collections of hadith (Kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah of the Prophet (ﷺ). It consists of 5274 ahadith in 43 books.
Jami` at-Tirmidhi is a collection of hadith compiled by Imam Abu `Isa Muhammad at-Tirmidhi (rahimahullah). His collection is unanimously considered to be one of the six canonical collections of hadith (Kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah of the Prophet ( ﷺ ). It contains roughly 4400 hadith (with repetitions) in 46 books.
Sunan Ibn Majah is a collection of hadith compiled by Imam Muhammad bin Yazid Ibn Majah al-Qazvini (rahimahullah). It is widely considered to be the sixth of the six canonical collection of hadith (Kutub as-Sittah) of the Sunnah of the Prophet (ﷺ). It consists of 4341 ahadith in 37 books.
The Muwaṭṭaʾ or Muwatta Imam Malik of Imam Malik written in the 8th-century, is the earliest collection of hadith texts comprising the subjects of Islamic law, compiled by the Imam, Malik ibn Anas. Malik's best-known work, Al-Muwatta was the first legal work to incorporate and combine hadith and fiqh.
Riyad as-Salihin or The Meadows of the Righteous, also referred to as The Gardens of the Righteous, is a compilation of verses from the Qur'an supplemented by hadith narratives written by Al-Nawawi from Damascus.
Al-adab al-mufrad is a topical book of hadiths collected by Muhammad al-Bukhari addressing the question of perfecting Muslim manners.
The Shamā'il Muhammadiyyah, often referred to as Shamā'il al-Tirmidhi or simply Shamā'il, is a collection of hadiths compiled by the 9th-century scholar Tirmidhi regarding the intricate details of the Islamic prophet Muhammad's appearance, belongings, manners and life.
Bulugh al-Maram min Adillat al-Ahkam, translation: Attainment of the Objective According to Evidences of the Ordinances by al-Hafidh ibn Hajar al-Asqalani is a collection of hadith pertaining specifically to Shafi'i jurisprudence. This genre is referred to in Arabic as Ahadith al-Ahkam.
Nawawi's Forty is a compilation of forty hadiths by Imam al-Nawawi, most of which are from Sahih Muslim and Sahih al-Bukhari.
The belief that "There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God" is central to Islam. This phrase, written in Arabic, is often prominently featured in architecture and a range of objects, including the Quraan, Islam's holy book of divine revelations. One becomes a Muslim by reciting this phrase with conviction.
Muslims pray facing Mecca five times a day: at dawn, noon, mid-afternoon, sunset, and after dark. Prayer includes a recitation of the opening chapter (Sura) of the Quraan, and is sometimes performed on a small rug or mat used expressly for this purpose. Muslims can pray individually at any location or together in a mosque, where a leader in prayer (imam) guides the congregation. Men gather in the mosque for the noonday prayer on Friday; women are welcome but not obliged to participate. Before the prayer, a sermon focuses on a passage from the Quraan or Hadith and or a discussion of a particular religious topic.
In accordance with Islamic law, Muslims donate a fixed portion of their income to community members in need. Many rulers and wealthy Muslims build mosques, drinking fountains, hospitals, schools, and other institutions both as a religious duty and to secure the blessings associated with charity.
During the daylight hours of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, all healthy adult Muslims are required to abstain from food and drink. Through this temporary deprivation, they renew their awareness of and gratitude for everything God has provided in their lives - including the Quraan, which was first revealed during this month. During Ramadan they share the hunger and thirst of the needy as a reminder of the religious duty to help those less fortunate.
Every Muslim whose health and finances permit it must make at least one visit to the holy city of Mecca, in present-day Saudi Arabia. The Kaaba, a cubical structure covered in black embroidered hangings, is at the center of the Haram Mosque in Mecca. Muslims believe that it is the house Abraham (Ibrahim in Arabic) built for God, and face in its direction (qibla) when they pray. Since the time of the Prophet Muhammad, believers from all over the world have gathered around the Kaaba in Mecca on the eighth and twelfth days of the final month of the Islamic calendar.
EASY ARABIC COURSE (Durus al-Lughat al-Arabiah) for English Speaking Students is the latest and revised Arabic Language Lesson Series, designed to teach Arabic for the beginners. It helps reading, writing and speaking in a easy way. A novel approach adopted by the author is to compel the learner to develop a habit of Self Study and that too with user friendly method. The linguistic content is, no doubt, specific in terms of grammatical structures and functional exponents.
Its primary aim is to teach the basic principles of Arabic grammar, correct usage and the fundamental law of composition as per the curricula and norms prescribed by Islamic University of Madinah, Saudi Arabia.
ARABIC, the language of Quraan and Sunnah, ranks sixth in the world with an estimated 186 million native speakers. Classical Arabic, the language of Quraan was originally the dialect of Makkah (Saudi Arabia). Modern Standard Arabic, the adopted form, is used in books, newspapers and conversation.
The author of the books, which forms the backbone of this course, Prof. V. Abdur Rahim, is a well-known Arabic literate, who obtained his doctorate in the Arabic Language from the renowned Al-Azhar University. He has been teaching Arabic for more than four decades and was, for a long time, a principal lecturer of Arabic to foreign students at Islamic University of Madinah. He has structured the curriculum for Arabic Learners in a classical and comprehensive way. This enables the learner to get acquainted with Quaraanic exegesis, hadith, fiqh, sirah, Islamic history, specially the Modern and Classical Arabic Literature.
The video lessons of this course has been done by Imam Abdul Adheem of Florida Islamic Center, who has graduated from Islamic University of Madinah, Saudi Arabia in Arabic Language and Dawah courses.
The course has been digitized for Quraan & Hadith Society by its Secretary and Professional Social Worker Mohammad Ariff.
The person must know how to read the Noble Quraan in Arabic before enrolling for this course.
NOTE: Certificates will be awarded to successful students.
We would have loved to connect personally, but we care for you and will be glad to hear from you on phone / email / social media or:
72/A, Elliot Road Kolkata, WB 700016 in
86974 68444 / firstname.lastname@example.org ----------------------- Registered under the Govt. of West Bengal Act XXVI of 1961., as 'Society for propagation of Holy Quraan & Hadith'; Regn. No. S/1L/33366 of 2005.