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Zujajat al-Masabih is a five volume compendium of Hadith literature, authored by Abdullah Shah Naqshbandi, an Islamic scholar from Hyderabad India. The Zujajat was first published in Hyderabad in the 1960s.
The book is modeled on the pattern and structure of Mishkat al-Masabih by Al-Tabrizi. The Mishkat has a leaning towards the Shafi'i school of thought while Naqshbandi composed the Zujajat giving preference to Hanafi proofs. The five volumes have a total of 6634 Hadith.
The book has being translated into Urdu with commentary by Mohammed Muneeruddin Khateeb and Mohammed Abdus Sattar Khan Naqshbandi, HOD of Arabic, Osmania University, Hyderabad. India. and after some time the scholars of Jamia Nizamia started translating.