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Worldwide Asaneed For Al-jami Al-sahih Of Imam Al-bukharira

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I thank Allah (A'za wa Jal) for giving me these moments (through illness) in order for me to answer the requests of many of you who would like to be more informed regarding the asaneed of the major books of Hadith. I had previously touched on this subject in a previous post and in this post I will attempt to provide as many extant auditory asaneed of Imam al-Bukhari's Sahih as I am aware of starting with those that I have obtained through sitting at the feet of these great Ulama. I warmly welcome your contributions to this thread in order to learn from you, but request that any comments or suggestions be directly related to the subject.

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First of all, it is worthwhile pointing out that even though there are many paths going back to Imam al-Bukhari (RA) the most commonly used and rigorously accepted path is from the greatest Muhaddith of his era; al-Hafidh, al-Hujjah, Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaani (RA).

It has been established to contain the complete audio transmission of al-Jami al-Sahih from the first hadith on Niyyah (Intentions) to the last hadith on the 'two light words' from scholar to scholar all the way back to Imam al-Bukhari (RA). As we can see below, there are 7 people between Ibn Hajr (RA) and Imam al-Bukhari (RA) and even though there are asaneed with fewer intermediaries it remains to be established whether they have complete auditory transmission of the text.

  1. Muhammad ibn Isma’il al-Bukhari (194-256 H)
  2. Muhammad ibn Yusuf al-Firabri (231-320 H)
  3. Abdullah ibn Ahmad al-Sarkhasi (293-381 H)
  4. Abd al-Rahman al-Bushanji (374-467 H)
  5. Abul Waqt Abd al-Awwal al-Sijzi (458-553 H)
  6. Husain ibn Mubarak al-Zubaydi (545-631 H)
  7. Ahmad ibn Abi Talib al-Hajjar al-Hafni (624-730 H)
  8. Ibrahim ibn Ahmad al-Tanukhi (709-800 H)
  9. Ahmad ibn Ali Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaani (774-852 H)

Now, that we know that, we simply need to trace the asaneed of our shoyoukh back to Ibn Hajr (RA) and the fewer the number of intermediaries going back to him the more elevated the isnaad.

As is tradition amongst Ahlal Athar, I will start with an Isnaad from a teacher of my birthplace and move through different regions of the world that Allah has blessed me to travel to and obtain asaneed from with the intention of preserving the Sunnah and this most unique and salient feature that only Muslims can be proud of as no other religion has a system even similar to it.

I start by saying that Allah blessed me with the Taufeeq of sitting at the feet of Shaikh Ahmed Ali Surati (RA) both in England and then in Kuwait and participating in both reading and listening to the complete text of Imam al-Bukhari's Sahih without missing even a single letter and I say Akhbarani:

20) Shaikh Ahmed Ali Surati (RA)

19) Who narrates the complete Sahih from: Abdur Rahman al-Amrohi

18) Who may narrate a part of it from: Fadlur Rahman Ganjmuradabadi

17) Who narrates a part of it from: Shah Abdul Aziz al-Dihlawi

16) Who narrates to Kitab al-Hajj from: Shah WaliUllah al-Dihlawi

15) Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abu Tahir Madani

14) Who narrates the complete Sahih from Hasan Ujaymee

13) Who narrates the complete Sahih from Easa Tha'alabi al-Ja'fri

12) Who narrates the complete Sahih from Ahmed ibn Khaleel Subki

11) Who narrates the complete Sahih from Najm Mohammed al-Gheeti

10) Who narrates the complete Sahih from Zakariyyah al-Ansari

9) Who narrates much of the text from Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaani

 

Which means that between this feeble person and Imam al-Bukhari there are 20 intermediaries which is the highest sanad in the world.

 

Insha Allah, in my next post we will continue this journey throughout the world and until next time, I request you all to continue remembering me in your prayers.

 

For more please click http://cordobaacademy.lefora.com/2012/03/10/worldwide-asaneed-for-al-jami-al-sahih-of-imam-al-/0/

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HEJAZ

 

In continuing this journey, I now turn to the holiest place on the face of the earth, the House of Allah in al-Makkah al-Mukkarramah and say that through the blessing of Allah (Subhana wa Ta'ala) I have sat with and studied the complete Sahih of Imam al-Bukhari more than once with the Musnid of Makkah, Shaikh Abdul Wakeel al-Hashimi who granted me Ijazah and who narrates back to Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani (RA) through 12 intermediaries.[1]

 

Shaikh Abdul Wakeel ibn Abdul Haq al-Hashimi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from his father Shaikh Abdul Haq

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Mohammed Husain al-Batalawi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Nadheer Hussain al-Dihlawi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shah Mohammed Ishaq al-Dihlawi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shah Abdul Aziz al-Dihlawi

 

Who narrates to Kitab al-Hajj from Shah WaliUllah al-Dihlawi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abu Tahir Madani al-Kurdi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Hasan Ujaymee

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Easa Tha'alabi al-Ja'fri

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Ahmed ibn Khaleel Subki

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Najm Mohammed al-Gheeti

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Zakariyyah al-Ansari

 

Who narrates much of the text from Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaani

 

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HIND (INDIA)

In continuing this journey, I now turn to India and the Jamiah of Mazahir al-Uloom in Sahranphur and say that through the blessing of Allah (Subhana wa Ta'ala) I have had the immense honour of sitting with one of the greatest Muhadditheen of our era; Shaikh al-Muhaddith Yunus Jaunpuri al-Mazahiri[1] and reading with him the Thulathiyaat[ii][2] of Imam al-Bukhari's Sahih as I also heard the recitation of some Ahadith from the Shaikh while he visited al-Madinah al-Munawarrah[iii][3] and he granted me Ijazah on both occasions.[iv][4]

 

Shaikh Yunus Jaunpuri al-Mazahiri narrates back to Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani (RA) through 12 intermediaries and this is the Isnaad:

He narrates the complete Sahih from Shaikh Mohammed Zakariyyah

 

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shaikh Khalil Ahmed Sahranpuri

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abdul Qayyum Budhanwi

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shah Mohammed Ishaq al-Dihlawi

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shah Abdul Aziz al-Dihlawi

Who narrates to Kitab al-Hajj from Shah WaliUllah al-Dihlawi

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abu Tahir Madani al-Kurdi

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Hasan Ujaymee

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Easa Tha'alabi al-Ja'fri

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Ahmed ibn Khaleel Subki

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Najm Mohammed al-Gheeti

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Zakariyyah al-Ansari

Who narrates much of the text from Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaani

 

[v][1] He needs no introduction and is known by millions of people worldwide from all backgrounds and madhahib. His students informed me that he has never married and never intends to. When anyone has brought up the subject of marriage he says, "I am married to the Sahih of Imam al-Bukhari" Even though I have met hundreds of Ulama and discussed masa'il with many of them, I have never come across a scholar more well-versed in the Sahih of Imam al-Bukhari then Shaikh (HA) and he remains an inspiration for all students of Hadith.

[vi][2] Narrations that have only three intermediaries between Imam al-Bukhari (RA) and our Beloved (salahu alayhi wasalam) which make these narrations the pride of Imam al-Bukhari's collection.

[vii][3] May Allah continue to shower his blessings on its most blessed occupant

[viii][4] The main reason that I have presented this Isnaad here before all of the asaneed that I have for the study of the entire Sahih some with the same chain is due to the undeniable position that Shaikh Yunus has amongst his contemporaries for his dedication to Imam al-Bukhari's Sahih.

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IRAQ

 

In continuing this journey and moving across to Iraq, I state that through sheer grace of Allah (Subhana wa Ta'ala) I have had the honour of sitting with the Muhaddith of Iraq, Shaikh Subhi ibn Jasim al-Samura’ee who I have met on many occasions and amongst other works that I have studied and obtained Ijazah from the Shaikh is the Sahih of Imam al-Bukhari (RA) after having read/heard the whole text whilst in his company.

 

Shaikh Subhi Samura’ee narrates back to Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani (RA) through 12 intermediaries and this is the Isnaad:

 

He narrates the complete Sahih from Shaikh Abdul Kareem Sa’iqah

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shaikh Yusuf Husain Khanpuri

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Nadheer Husain Dehlawi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shah Mohammed Ishaq al-Dihlawi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Shah Abdul Aziz al-Dihlawi

 

Who narrates to Kitab al-Hajj from Shah WaliUllah al-Dihlawi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abu Tahir Madani al-Kurdi

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Hasan Ujaymee

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Easa Tha'alabi al-Ja'fri

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Ahmed ibn Khaleel Subki

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Najm Mohammed al-Gheeti

 

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Zakariyyah al-Ansari

 

Who narrates much of the text from Ibn Hajr al-Asqalaani

 

SOURCE http://forum.cordoba...of-imam-al-/12/

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                            YEMEN


Moving to the blessed land of Yemen, I continue this journey looking at
the Asaneed that connect us through many of the celebrated Ulama to Imam
al-Bukhari and ultimately to the greatest of creation, Sayyiduna wa
Habeebuna Mohammed (salahu alayhi wasalam). Allah (Subhana wa Ta'ala)
blessed me with the opportunity to study many texts with one of the
leading Muhaditheen of Yemen who himself stems from a family of
Muhaditheen. Shaikh Mohammed ibn Qasim al-Washali (HA). I am thankful to
Allah that he has also granted me a very special connection with Shaikh
who I have had the pleasure of hosting as a personal guest for numerous
days and I have studied and obtained Ijazah from the Shaikh in the
Sahih of Imam al-Bukhari (RA) on more than one occasion after having
read/heard the whole text whilst in his company.

Shaikh Mohammed ibn Qasim al-Washali narrates back to Ibn Hajr
al-Asqalani (RA) through 13 intermediaries and this the Isnaad:

He narrates the complete Sahih from Qasim Ismael al-Washali

Who narrates the complete Sahih from Ismael Mohammed al-Washali[iI]
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abdur Rahman al-Qudaymee
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abdur Rahman Abdullah al-Ahdal
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abdur Rahman Sulayman al-Ahdal[iII]
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Sulayman Yahya al-Ahdal[iV]
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Ahmad Muhammed al-Ahdal
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Yahya Umar al-Ahdal
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abu Bakr Ali al-Ahdal
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Yusuf Batah al-Ahdal
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Tahir Husain al-Ahdal[V]
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Abdur Rahman Ali al-Zubaidi
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Mohammed Abdur Rahmah Sakhawi[VI]
Who narrates the complete Sahih from Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani [VII]

He narrates through dozens of paths, but this is the most complete in terms of aural transmission.

[iI] Three generations of descendants narrating from each other which is
very common in Yemen and similar to the family of Shah Waliullah (RA)
and Musnid al-Dunya Abdul Hay Kittani (RA).

[iII] He is al-Wajih Abdur Rahman ibn Sulayman ibn Yahya ibn Umar ibn
Maqbool al-Ahdal (AH). The Umdat (pillar) of Riwayah in Yemen and would
be similar in this sense to Shah Wali Ullah in India.

[iV] The father of al-Wajih Abdur Rahman (RA). He also read it with
other shoyoukh with a similar path to the one we mentioned previously
and I will write this path in future postings of Yemeni Ulama.

[V] The Ahdal family is known for their piety and service to Hadith as can be seen from this isnad.

[VI] What is established is that it was not the whole text, but most of it however this is disputed.

[VII] This Isnaad up to Ibn Hajr al-Asqalani (RA) is Musalsal (continuous) with Yemeni narrators apart from Imam al-Sakhawi.

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