The book Munthakhab Ahadees, is a selection of authentic Ahadees, relating to the Six Qualities of Da'wat and Tabligh. This work was originally done in Arabic by “Maulana Muhammad Yusuf Kandhlawi (Rahimahullah)”, during the last phase of his devoted life. He collected all the relevant principles, rules and precautions from their original sources. He has been so comprehensive and extensive that this book is not merely a compilation of these principles, rules and instructions, but perhaps an encyclopedia, in brief, with their relative importance. This masterpiece was later organised and translated into Urdu by his grandson, Maulana Muhammad Sa'ad Kandhlawi (Muttalilluhul Aali).
Munthakhab Ahadees was translated into Tamil by “Maulana Muhammad Roohul Haq Sahib”, which is a ready reference to guide the mankind towards the righteousness and enjoining the good and forbidden all evil deeds for the development and construction of an ideal society.
Now, Munthakhab Ahadees is available as an Android Application, enabling English and Tamil Speaking Android Users to read and gain acknowledge on the go.
This is the official Android Application of Munthakhab Ahadees, originally published as a hard copy by Darul Marashid, a non profit organisation.
The word "Munthakhab / Muntakab / Munthakab / Muntakhab" is an Arabic word, which is translated in English as "Selected".
The word "Ahadeeth / Ahadith / Ahadees" is also an Arabic word, which is translated in English as "Sayings of Prophet Muhammadh (peace be upon him)". The word "Ahadeeth / Ahadith / Ahadees" is the plural form of the Arabic word "Hadees / Hadith / Hadeeth" which means the same as "Ahadeeth / Ahadith / Ahadees" but in singular form.
"Munthakhab Ahadees" is a compilation Selected Sayings of Prophet Muhammadh (peace be upon him) from various books compiled by various authors, where the Ahadees are "Authentic"
This App provides users to read and share Munthakhab Ahadees in Arabic and Translation in English and Tamil.
1) KALIMAH TAYYAIBAH
3) 'ILM AND DHIKR
6) DA'WAT AND TABLIGH
7) AVOIDING THE IRRELEVANT