Hayatus Sahabah

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Hayatus Sahabah (English: Lives of the Sahabah) is a 2000+ page collection about the companions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, written by Islamic scholar Muhammad Yusuf Khandlawi. This work has been available in numerous languages including English, Urdu, Arabic, Hindi, Bengali and others.[1][2]

Faisal Award winner and renowned Islamic scholar Abul Hasan Ali Hasani Nadwi wrote a preface for its English translation.[3]

The book presents, in graphic detail, numerous aspect of times, lives, morals and struggles of the companions based on authentic and original sources of Prophetic Traditions, Seerah, Tabaqaat and Islamic History.[4]

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