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      A Research Overview of the Methodologies Used in Codification of Famous Gharibul Hadith’sBooks (Urdu)

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          Methodical codification of “Gharibul Hadith” books started during second century. Abu UbaidaMua‘mmar bin Muthanna, an Iraqi scholar, pioneered the field. Afterwards numerous scholars have written books on “Gharibul Hadith” but they followed different methodologies for their compositions. Some of them have written Hadith's disorderly, and then explained all Gharib words appearing in the Hadith. This method appears in most part of their writings. Some of the scholars have observed jurisprudential method for their creations. Others followed methodology of explaining Gharibwords by organizing Hadith's; first from Prophet Muhammad, then from Sahabas (companions of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w), and finally from Taba’een (immediate followers). However, some sorted Hadith in alphabetical order. This research article presented a detailed analytical review of different methodologies adopted in famous“Gharibul Hadith” Books.

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          Journal
          Journal of Islamic and Religious Studies
          University of Haripur
          01 January 2017
          : 2
          : 1
          : 123-133
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Hazara University, Manshera, Pakistan
          Article
          d0948fb85ee24d1dba85e3ff12fde0b0
          10.12816/0037068

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          Categories
          Islam
          BP1-253
          Religions. Mythology. Rationalism
          BL1-2790

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