Musnad Imam ul A’zam

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Musnad Imam Abu Hanifa
AuthorImam Abu Hanifa
GenreHadith collection

Musnad Imam ul A’zam or Musand Imam Abu Hanifa (Arabic: مسند امام اعظم‎) is one of the oldest hadith book attributed to Islamic scholar Imam Abu Hanifa (80 AH- 150 AH).[1][2]


It contains almost five hundred (500) hadiths. The book is not directly written by Imam Abu Hanifa Himself but rather compiled by his students. It is written in the closest time of the life of Prophet Muhammad.[3][4][5]


The book has been published by many publishers across the globe:

  • Musnad Imam Abu Hanifah (r.a): Published:Book on Demand (1 Jan. 1901)[6]
  • Musnad Imam Ul a Zam Abu Hanifah R.a: Published:Book on Demand Pod [7]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Musnad Imam Azam By Imam Abu Hanifa". Retrieved Apr 30, 2019.
  2. ^ "Musnad Al Imam Abi Hanifah". Retrieved Apr 30, 2019.
  3. ^ "Musnad Imam Azam". Retrieved Apr 30, 2019.
  4. ^ "Imam Abu Hanifah and Hadith". Retrieved Apr 30, 2019.
  5. ^ Sheikh Muhammad Ishtiaq Ph, D. (2011-01-15). Messenger Muhammad (PBUH) at Madinah. ISBN 9789719922179. Retrieved Apr 30, 2019.
  6. ^ "Musnad Imam -ul- A'zam Abu Hanifah (r.a)". ASIN B007P9L6FM. Retrieved Apr 30, 2019.
  7. ^ Musnad Imam Ul a Zam Abu Hanifah R.a. ISBN 978-5881353605. Retrieved Apr 30, 2019.