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Majma Uz Zawaid Urdu Pdf Download

Majma Uz Zawaid Urdu Pdf Download

Majma Uz Zawaid Wa Manba Ul Fawaid (مجمع الزوائد و منبع الفوائد) is a famous collection of hadiths (sayings and deeds of Prophet Muhammad) compiled by Imam Nuruddin Ali ibn Abi Bakr al-Haythami (d. 807 AH). It contains about 18,000 hadiths from various sources, such as Musnad Ahmad, Sunan al-Darimi, Sunan al-Bayhaqi, and others. The author has graded the authenticity of the hadiths according to the criteria of the scholars of hadith. He has also mentioned the opinions of the jurists and the issues of fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) derived from the hadiths.

The book is divided into 10 volumes, each covering a specific topic, such as faith, purification, prayer, zakat, fasting, pilgrimage, marriage, divorce, inheritance, and jihad. The book is considered one of the most comprehensive and valuable sources of hadith and fiqh for Muslims.


The book was originally written in Arabic, but it has been translated into several languages, including Urdu. The Urdu translation was done by Abu Al-Ala Muhayyuddin Jahangir and published by Maktaba Rahmania in Lahore. The translation is based on the edition of Shaykh Muhammad Abdul Qadir Siddiqi al-Qadri al-Gilani, who edited and annotated the original text.

The Urdu translation is available in PDF format for free download from various websites, such as [Internet Archive], [Islamic Books Library], and [PDF9]. The PDF files are scanned copies of the printed books, which may have some errors or missing pages. The total size of the PDF files is about 1.2 GB.

Majma Uz Zawaid Wa Manba Ul Fawaid is a treasure of knowledge and guidance for Muslims who want to learn more about the teachings of Islam and the Prophet Muhammad. It is recommended to read the book with a scholarly approach and to verify the authenticity of the hadiths before acting upon them.


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