“The Book of the Virtues"... is a book unique of its kind, unequaled in its arrangement and its comprehensiveness. No one has produced anything resembling it or comparable to it.
This first collection of hadith, consisting of 19 volumes, includes the Seven Great collections of Hadith in Arabic (Sahih al-Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, Sunan Abi Daud, Jami' al-Tirmidhi, Sunan al-Nasa'i, Sunan Ibn Maja and the Muwatta' Malik ). In addition the collection includes a reprint of the one hundred year old Sultaniyya edition of Sahih al-Bukhari, in three volumes published by Bulaq Press with its valuable marginal commentary.
Within three centuries of its advent Islam had produced from elementary beginnings an architecture and a calligraphic art, including that of illumination, which have seldom been equaled and never surpassed; the one being centered on the Mosque and the other on the Qur'an.
This book is a collection of 327 hadiths which the author, Shaykh 'Ashiq Ilahi al-Bulandshehri, compiled from 'Allama Tabrizi’s renowned hadith compilation, Mishkat al-Masabih. The book contains many jawami' al-kalim, as well as prophecies and other accounts and narratives.
Now for the first time in the English language comes an enduring classic work (composed by the illustrious Imam al-Nawawi) on the etiquette that a Muslim should have with regard to handling, teaching, studying, respecting, and reciting the Quran.
This collection of forty hadith by one of the most famous compilers of hadith is generally regarded as the most popular anthology and the best introduction to the study of the Prophet’s sayings, which, together with the Qur’an, contain the essential teachings of Islam.
This book belongs to the traditional genre of Islamic 'sacred history' sources known as sira (biography). It contains a famous and a most indispensable collection of authentic traditions (ahadith), listing the main texts from which to glean the beautiful attributes, both moral and physical, of the Holy Prophet – Peace and Blessings be upon Him; attributes to which Muslims in all ages referred over and over, for the purposes of both meditation and edification.