Shama'il Muhammadiyah

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The Shamā'il Muhammadiyyah, often referred to as Shamā'il al-Tirmidhi or simply Shamā'il, is a collection of hadiths compiled by the ninth-century Muslim hadith scholar Tirmidhi regarding the intricate details of the Islamic prophet Muhammad's appearance, belongings, manners and life. The book contains 399 narrations from the successors of the Prophet which are divided into 56 chapters.[1]

One famous commentary on the book in the modern era is Muhammad Zakariya al-Kandahlawi's Khasaael e Nabawi, and one of the more famous translations into English is done by Muhammad ibn Abdu Rahman Ebrahim.[citation needed]


  1. ^ ibn Isa (2011)