Imam Tirmidhi was born in the year A.H. during the reign of the Abbasid Khalifa Ma’mun al-Rashid. The Abbasid Caliphate, despite its brilliant contributions. View Biographies Related To categories. scripture · editing · Islam. Al-Tirmidhī, in full Abū ʿĪsā Muḥammad ibn ʿĪsā ibn Sawrah ibn Shaddād al-Tirmidhī, (died. His Birth and Lineage He is The Imaam, The Haafidh, al-Allaamah, Muhammad bin Eesaa bin Soorah bin Moosaa bin adh-Dhihaak as-Silmee.

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This book is in a series of biographies of some of the scholars and Muhaddithin of this ummah which Allah has granted glory and honor until the Hour. Dhaahabi records in tirmidui Siyar that he did not travel to Shaam or Egypt. By the third century A. Said ibn al-Musayyib taught.

Al-Tirmidhi – Wikipedia

The biographies of these scholars are unknown to many Muslims. Writing, form of human communication by means of a set of visible marks that are related, by convention, to some particular structural level of language.

This religion was well established at their times and it filled their hearts and minds, it was part of their very flesh and blood. The enormity of his sacrifices and the extent to which he served the religion can never be fully comprehended. Thus imam Abu Shaybah tries to prove the point that such a kunyah is disliked. Thinking that he had the manuscript with him, he asked the Shaykh if he would allow him to read these two chapters with him.


During his lifetime 9 Muslim Khalifas ruled with some being pious and noble while some committing evil and innovations. Your contribution may be further edited by our staff, and its publication is subject to our final approval.

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Biography Of Imam Tirmidhi

His book has been set out in an excellent sequence, hence to look for a hadith is very easy. Many of the scholars of past have highly praised Imam At-Tirmadhi. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Skip to main content. His book Al-Jami’ At-Tirmidhiii is one of the most invaluable books of hadith available to date.

After mentioning a hadith he classifies it narration whether it is authentic or weak, etc. If you prefer to suggest your own revision of the article, you can go to edit mode requires login.

[Biography] – Imam Muhammad bin Isa at-Tirmidhi [H] – Salafi Research Institute

He stopped the caravan immediately and asked his companions to enquire from the locals whether a tree had existed there or not. Thank You for Your Contribution! Imam Ibn al-Jawzi did class some narrations to be fabricated, but the mainstream majority of scholars refuted his claim and wrote works in this regard.

Imam Tirmidhi’s contribution towards Hadith 1st ed. You are commenting using your WordPress.

It has been said that he was born blind, but the majority of scholars agree that he became blind later in his life. The prohibition was abrogated tirjidhi only applicable in the beginning of Islam, tkrmidhi order to safeguard correct Aqida.


His main objective was to derive laws ahkam from relevant hadiths. Imam Tirmidhi learned extensively from Imam Malik and became known as one of his staff due to his dedication in his learning the knowledge of ahadith.

If you look at their dealings you would see a living practical application of dealings of the Prophet himself.

When asked as to why he did this, he replied: The scholar was not convinced, even though Imam Tirmidhi had recited all the hadith from memory.

Imam Tirmidhi and his Al-Jami’ al-Sunan (الجامع السنن للإمام الترمذي رضي الله عنه)

Haafidh Ibn Hajr said. The Jami His major hadith work has been classed as a sunan, due to the arrangement of the book along the lines of the chapters of fiqh, however it has also been classed as a Jami as tir,idhi contains the relevant chapters that Shah Abdul Aziz mentions that a Jami contains.

At the time, Khurasan, at-Tirmidhi’s native land, was a major center of learning, being home to a large number of muhaddiths.