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About The Author – Jami at-Tirmidhi (6 Vol Set)
He is Abu ‘Eisa bin Sawrah bin Musa bin Adhihak, As-Sulami, Adharir, Al-Bughi ((An ascription to Bugh a village outside of Tirmidhi, where he was born according to As-Sama’ani.)), At-Tirmidhi. He is called “As-Sulami” due to his ancestor’s allegiance to the tribe of Sulaim, a well-known branch of the families of Qais bin Ghilan. ((This was stated by ‘AH al-Qari in Sharh al-Shama’il At-Tirmidhi – 1:7.))
As for “At-Tirmidhi,” it is an ascription for a large city (Tirmidh) on the northern banks of the Amu Darya river in Tajikistan. His grandfather was from Marw (in Turkmenistan) but he emigrated to Tirmidh where Imam AtTirmidhi was born. ((See the introduction to Tuhfat Al-Ahwadhi.))
Jami at-Tirmidhi (6 Vol. Set)
His Birth, Studies, And Travels
Scholars differ over which year he was born. The dates vary between 200 and 209H.(( Ahmad Shakir’s Introduction to Jami’ At-Tirmidhi, the Introduction to Tuhfat AlAhwadhi, Al-Hittah by Siddiq Hasan Khan, and the other popular books of biographies of the famous scholars.))While he was young, he began learning in his own city and later traveled to learn from the scholars of various lands. Al-Mizzi said: “He journeyed through the lands and heard from many personalities from Khurasan, Al-‘Iraq, Al-Hjiaz, and other places.”(( Tahdhib Al-Kamal 26:250-251.))
His Teachers – Jami at-Tirmidhi (6 Vol Set)
At-Tirmidhi heard from many of the most eminent people of knowledge of his time, some of those whom Al-Bukhari heard from, as well as the other famous f[adith compilers. He met and heard narrations from Muslim, and Abu Dawud, and he stayed with Al-Bukhari learning a wealth of knowledge and narrations from him. Thus, Al-‘Allamah ‘Abdul ‘Aziz Ad-Dihlawi said, “Surely, At-Tirmidhi was Bukhari’s successor.”(( Tuhfat Al-Ahwadhi)) In his Sunan, At-Tirmidhi mentioned much of what he learned from Al-Bukhari concerning narrators and benefits from the narrations.
He authored many books, the most famous of which are the following:
- Al-Jami’, and it is this book, more commonly known as Sunan AtTinnidhi.
- Ash-Shama’il An-Nubuwiyah Wal-Khaṣa’il Al-Muṣtafuwiyah, more commonly known as Shama’il At-Tirmidhi.
- Kitab Al-‘Ilal Al-Saghir, which is often printed at the end of Sunan At-Tirmidhi.
At-Tirmidhi died in Termez – in the village of Bugh according to AsSam’ani ((Al-Insab 3:45-46.)) – on the eve of Monday, the thirteenth night of Rajab in the year 279H, may Allah have mercy upon him. ((Tahdhlb Al-Kamal 26:252))
About This Book – Jami at-Tirmidhi (6 Vol Set)
Al-Hafiz Abu Al-Fadhil Al-Maqdisi said: “I heard Al-Imam Abu Isma’il ‘Abdullah bin Muhammad Al-Anṣari ((He is Shaikh AI-Islam Abu Isma’il ‘Abdullah bin Muhammad bin ‘Ali AI-Anṣāri AI Haruwi, author of Dham Al-Kalam Wa Ahlih, Manazil As-Sa’irin, as well as others. He died in the year 481H.
See Tadhkirah Al-Huffaz)) in Harrah – when Abu ‘Eisa AtTirmidhi and his book was mentioned before him – saying: ‘To me, his book is better than the book of Al-Bukhari and that of Muslim. Because only one who is an expert in knowledge can arrive at the benefit of the books of AlBukhari and Muslim, whereas in the case of the book of Abu ‘Eisa, every one of the people can reach its benefit.” ((Sharut Al-A’immah Al-Hufaz Aṣḥab Al-Kutub As-Sittah. See also Siyar A’lam An-Nubala’))
Jami at-Tirmidhi [6 Vol. Set]
In Jami’ Al-Uṣul, ((1:193 pub. Dar AI-Fikr.)) lbn Al-Athir said: “(It) is the best of the books ((Referring to its qualities in comparison to the remainder of the Six Books of Hadith)), having the most benefit, the best organization, with the least repetition. It contains what others do not contain; like mention of the different Madhhabs (views), angles of argument, and clarifying the circumstances of the Hadith being authentic, weak, Gharib (odd), as well as disparaging and endorsing remarks (regarding narrators).” Similarly, more was said by Ibn Al-‘Arabi in ‘Aridhah Al-Ahwadhi who listed fourteen categories of benefits in the book.
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