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mujaheda
09-08-2006, 05:27 PM
Assalam-o-Alaikum

yaha mai apni tahqeeqaat sha'ban k bary mai dekhana chahon gi.

jo serf hadith par mabni hai.
aur khuch nahi kahon gi. app ahadith ki roshni mai khud he fasila karen. par khudara ye maat sochna k humary bary ye amal kar rahye ya karty aye hain. ufffff ye baat kah kar hum usi door mai chalye jaty hain jab kafaar ne islam qabool karnye se inkar kiya tha. k Ay muhammad(saw) kiya tum chahty ho k hum tum par imaan ley ayen jab k humary baap dada ka mazhab hai wo hum chor den?
bus iss k sath he ijazat abb ahadith jo nechye post kar rahi hon mulahiza hoon.

Sahih Bukhari mai word Sha'ban ka zikar 11 martaba aya hai.jo mundarja zeel hai.
  • Vol 3, Book 31. Fasting. Hadith 130.
    Narrated By Abdullah bin Umar : Allah's

    Apostle mentioned Ramadan and said, "Do

    not fast unless you see the crescent (of

    Ramadan), and do not give up fasting till you

    see the crescent (of Shawwal), but if the sky

    is overcast (if you cannot see it), then act on

    estimation (i.e. count Sha'ban as 30 days)."
  • Vol 3, Book 31. Fasting. Hadith 131.
    Narrated By Abdullah bin Umar : Allah's

    Apostle said, "The month (can be) 29 nights

    (i.e. days), and do not fast till you see the

    moon, and if the sky is overcast, then

    complete Sha'ban as thirty days."
  • Vol 3, Book 31. Fasting. Hadith 133.
    Narrated By Abu Huraira : The Prophet or

    Abu-l-Qasim said, "Start fasting on seeing

    the crescent (of Ramadan), and give up

    fasting on seeing the crescent (of Shawwal),

    and if the sky is overcast (and you cannot

    see it), complete thirty days of Sha'ban."
  • Vol 3, Book 31. Fasting. Hadith 171.
    Narrated By 'Aisha : Sometimes I missed

    some days of Ramadan, but could not fast in

    lieu of them except in the month of Sha'ban."

    Said Yahya, a sub-narrator, "She used to be

    busy serving the Prophet."
  • Vol 3, Book 31. Fasting. Hadith 190.
    Narrated By 'Aisha : Allah's Apostle used to

    fast till one would say that he would never

    stop fasting, and he would abandon fasting

    till one would say that he would never fast. I

    never saw Allah's Apostle fasting for a whole

    month except the month of Ramadan, and

    did not see him fasting in any month more

    than in the month of Sha'ban.
  • Vol 3, Book 31. Fasting. Hadith 191.
    Narrated By 'Aisha : The Prophet never

    fasted in any month more than in the month

    of Sha'ban. He used to say, "Do those deeds

    which you can do easily, as Allah will not get

    tired (of giving rewards) till you get bored and

    tired (of performing religious deeds)." The

    most beloved prayer to the Prophet was the

    one that was done regularly (throughout the

    life) even if it were little. And whenever the

    Prophet offered a prayer he used to offer it

    regularly.
  • Vol 3, Book 31. Fasting. Hadith 204.
    Narrated By Mutarrif from 'Imran Ibn Husain :

    That the Prophet asked him (Imran) or asked

    a man and Imran was listening, "O Abu

    so-and-so! Have you fasted the last days of

    this month?" (The narrator thought that he

    said, "the month of Ramadan"). The man

    replied, "No, O Allah's Apostle!" The Prophet

    said to him, "When you finish your fasting (of

    Ramadan) fast two days (in Shawwal)."

    Through another series of narrators 'Imran

    said, "The Prophet said, '(Have you fasted)

    the last days of Sha'ban?"
  • Vol 5, Book 59. Military Expeditions Led By

    The Prophet (pbuh) (Al-Maghaazi). Hadith

    688. Narrated By Abu Bakra : The Prophet

    said, "Time has taken its original shape

    which it had when Allah created the Heavens

    and the Earth. The year is of twelve months,

    four of which are sacred, and out of these

    (four) three are in succession, i.e.

    Dhul-Qa'da, Dhul-Hijja and Al-Muharram,

    and the fourth is Rajab which is named after

    the Mudar tribe, between (the month of)

    Jumaida (ath-thania) and Sha'ban." Then the

    Prophet asked, "Which is this month?" We

    said, "Allah and His Apostle know better." On

    that the Prophet kept quiet so long that we

    thought that he might name it with another

    name. Then the Prophet said, "Isn't it the

    month of Dhul-Hijja?" We replied, "Yes."

    Then he said, "Which town is this?" "We

    replied, "Allah and His Apostle know better."

    On that he kept quiet so long that we thought

    that he might name it with another name.

    Then he said, "Isn't it the town of Mecca?"

    We replied, "Yes, " Then he said, "Which

    day is today?" We replied, "Allah and His

    Apostle know better." He kept quiet so long

    that we thought that he might name it with

    another name. Then he said, "Isn't it the day

    of An-Nahr (i.e. sacrifice)?" We replied,

    "Yes." He said, "So your blood, your

    properties, (The sub-narrator Muhammad

    said, 'I think the Prophet also said: And your

    honor...) are sacred to one another like the

    sanctity of this day of yours, in this city of

    yours, in this month of yours; and surely, you

    will meet your Lord, and He will ask you

    about your deeds. Beware! Do not become

    infidels after me, cutting the throats of one

    another. It is incumbent on those who are

    present to convey this message (of mine) to

    those who are absent. May be that some of

    those to whom it will be conveyed will

    understand it better than those who have

    actually heard it." (The sub-narrator,

    Muhammad, on remembering that narration,

    used to say, "Muhammad spoke the truth!")

    He (i.e. Prophet) then added twice, "No

    doubt! Haven't I conveyed (Allah's Message)

    to you?"
  • Vol 6, Book 60. Prophetic Commentary On

    The Qur'an (Tafseer Of The Prophet

    (pbuh)). Hadith 184. Narrated By Abu Bakr :

    The Prophet said, "Time has come back to

    its original state which it had when Allah

    created the Heavens and the Earth; the year

    is twelve months, four of which are sacred.

    Three of them are in succession;

    Dhul-Qa'da, Dhul-Hijja and Al-Muharram,

    and (the fourth being) Rajab Mudar (named

    after the tribe of Mudar as they used to

    respect this month) which stands between

    Jumad (ath-thani) and Sha'ban."
  • Vol 7, Book 68. Al-Adha Festival Sacrifice

    (Adaahi). Hadith 458. Narrated By Abu Bakra

    : The Prophet said, "Time has come back to

    its original state which it had on the day Allah

    created the Heavens and the Earth. The year

    is twelve months, four of which are sacred,

    three of them are in succession, namely

    Dhul-Qa'da, Dhul Hijja and Muharram, (the

    fourth being) Rajab Mudar which is between

    Juma'da (ath-thamj and Sha'ban. The

    Prophet then asked, "Which month is this?"

    We said, "Allah and his Apostle know better."

    He kept silent so long that we thought that he

    would call it by a name other than its real

    name. He said, "Isn't it the month of

    Dhul-Hijja?" We said, "Yes." He said, "Which

    town is this?" We said, "Allah and His

    Apostle know better." He kept silent so long

    that we thought that he would call it t,y a

    name other than its real name. He said, "isn't

    it the town (of Mecca)?" We replied, "Yes."

    He said, "What day is today?" We replied,

    "Allah and His Apostle know better." He kept

    silent so long that we thought that he would

    call it by a name other than its real name. He

    said, "Isn't it the day of Nahr?" We replied,

    "Yes." He then said, "Your blood, properties

    and honor are as sacred to one another as

    this day of yours in this town of yours in this

    month of yours. You will meet your Lord, and

    He will ask you about your deeds. Beware!

    Do not go astray after me by cutting the

    necks of each other. It is incumbent upon

    those who are present to convey this

    message to those who are absent, for some

    of those to whom it is conveyed may

    comprehend it better than some of those

    who have heard it directly." (Muhammad, the

    sub-narrator, on mentioning this used to say:

    The Prophet then said, "No doubt! Haven't I

    delivered (Allah's) Message (to you)? Haven't

    I delivered Allah's message (to you)?"

  • Vol 9, Book 93. Oneness, Uniqueness Of

    Allah (Tawheed). Hadith 539. Narrated By

    Abu Bakra : The Prophet said, "Time has

    come back to its original state which it had

    when Allah created the Heavens and the

    Earth, the year is twelve months, of which

    four are sacred; (and out of these four) three

    are in succession, namely, Dhul-Qa'da,

    Dhul-Hijja and Muharram, and (the fourth

    one) Rajab Mudar which is between Jumad

    (Ath-Tham) and Sha'ban." The Prophet then

    asked us, "Which month is this?" We said,

    "Allah and His Apostle know (it) better." He

    kept quiet so long that we thought he might

    call it by another name. Then he said, "Isn't it

    Dhul-Hijja?" We said, "Yes." He asked "What

    town is this?" We said, "Allah and His

    Apostle know (it) better.' Then he kept quiet

    so long that we thought he might call it by

    another name. He then said, "Isn't it the

    (forbidden) town (Mecca)?" We said, "Yes."

    He asked, "What is the day today?" We said,

    "Allah and His Apostle know (it) better. Then

    he kept quiet so long that we thought that he

    might call it by another name. Then he said,

    "Isn't it the Day of An-Nahr (slaughtering of

    sacrifices)?" We said, "Yes." Then he said,

    "Your blood (lives), your properties," (the sub

    narrator Muhammad, said: I think he also

    said): "...and your honor) are as sacred to

    one another like the sanctity of this Day of

    yours, in this town of yours, in this month of

    yours.

    You shall meet your Lord and He will ask you

    about your deeds. Beware! Don't go astray

    after me by striking the necks of one

    another. Lo! It is incumbent upon those who

    are present to inform it to those who are

    absent for perhaps the informed one might

    comprehend it (understand it) better than

    some of the present audience." Whenever

    the sub-narrator Muhammad mentioned that

    statement, he would say, "The Prophet said

    the truth.") And then the Prophet added, "No

    doubt! Haven't I conveyed Allah's Message

    to you! No doubt! Haven't I conveyed Allah's

    Message to you?"


Sahih Muslim mai Sha'ban ka zikar 11 bar aya hai jo k darja zeel hai.

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2364.
    Ibn Umar reported that Allah's Messenger

    (may peace be upon him) made a mention

    of Ramadan and he with the gesture of his

    hand said: The month is thus and thus. (He

    then withdrew his thumb at the third time).

    He then said: Fast when you see it, and

    break your fast when you see it, and if the

    weather is cloudy calculate it (the months of

    Sha'ban and Shawwal) as thirty days.

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2549.
    Abu Salama reported: I heard 'Aisha (Allah

    be pleased with her) as saying: I had to

    complete some of the fasts of Ramadan, but

    I could not do it but during the month of

    Sha'ban due to my duties to the Messenger

    of Allah (may peace be upon him) or with the

    Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon

    him).

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2550.
    This hadith is narrated on the authority of

    Yahya b. Sa'id with the same chain of

    transmitters but with this variation that he

    said that ('Aisha did not observe fast but in

    Sha'ban) out of regard for the Messenger of

    Allah (may peace be upon him). (In another

    version, the words are): "Yahya said: I think it

    was due to the regard for the Apostle of Allah

    (may peace be upon him)."

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2552.
    'Aisha reported: If one amongst us had to

    break fasts (of Ramadan due to natural

    reasons, i.e. menses) during the life of the

    Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon

    him) she could not find it possible to

    complete them so long she had been in the

    presence of Allah's Messenger (may peace

    be upon him) till Sha'ban commenced.

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2580.
    'Aisha, the Mother of the Believers (Allah be

    pleased with her), reported that the

    Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon

    him) used to observe fasts (so continuously)

    that we said that he would not break, and did

    not observe (them) till we said that he would

    not fast: and I did not see the Messenger of

    Allah (may peace be upon him) completing

    the fast of a month, but that of Ramadan,

    and I did not see him fasting more in any

    other month than that of Sha'ban.

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2581.
    Abu Salama reported: I asked 'Aisha (Allah

    be pleased with her) about the fasting of the

    Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon

    him). She said: He used to observe fast (at

    times so continuously) that we said: He has

    fasted (never to break), and he did not

    observe fast till we said: He has given up

    perhaps never to fast, and I never saw him

    observing (voluntary fasts) more in any other

    month than that of Sha'ban.(It appeared as

    if) he observed fast throughout the whole of

    Sha'ban except a few (days).

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2582.
    'Aisha (Allah be pleased with her) reported:

    The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon

    him) did not observe fast in any month of the

    year more than in the month of Sha'ban, and

    used to say: Do as many deeds as you are

    capable of doing, for Allah will not become

    weary (of giving you reward), but you would

    be tired (of doing good deeds); and he also

    said: The deed liked most by Allah is one to

    which the doer adheres constantly even if it

    is small.

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2607.
    'Imran b. Husain (Allah be pleased with

    them) reported Allah's Messenger (may

    peace he upon him) having said to him or to

    someone else: Did you fast in the middle of

    Sha'ban? He said: No. Thereupon he (the

    Holy Prophet) said: If you did not observe

    fast, then you should observe fast for two

    days.

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2608.
    Imran b. Husain (Allah be pleased with them)

    reported that Allah's Apostle (peace be upon

    him) said to a person: Did you observe any

    fast in the middle of this month (Sha'ban)?

    He said: No. Thereupon the Messenger of

    Allah (may peace be upon him) said: Fast for

    two days instead of (one fast) when you

    have completed (fasts of) Ramadan.

  • Book 6. Fasting. Hadith 2609.
    'Imran b. Husain (Allah be pleased with

    them) reported that the Apostle of Allah (may

    peace be upon him) said to a person: Did

    you observe fast in the middle of this month

    i.e. Sha'ban? He said: No. Thereupon he

    said to him: When it is the end of Ramadan,

    then observe fast for one day or two (Shu'ba

    had some doubt about it) but he said: I think

    that he has said: two days.

  • Book 16. The Oath, Establishing

    Responsibilities Of Murders, Fighting,

    Requital... Hadith 4160. Abu Bakra reported

    that (in the Farewell Address) Allah's Apostle

    (may peace be upon him) said: Time has

    completed a cycle and come to the state of

    the day when Allah created the heavens and

    the earth. The year is constituted of twelve

    months of which four are sacred; three of

    them consecutive, viz, Dhu'l-Qa'da,

    Dhu'l-Hijja and Muharram, and also Rajab

    the month of Mudar which comes between

    Jumada and Sha'ban. He (the Holy Prophet)

    then said: which month is this? We said

    Allah and His Messenger know best. He (the

    narrator) said: He (the Holy Prophet)

    remained silent for some time until we

    thought that he would give it a name other

    than that (by which it was known). He said:

    Is it not Dha'l-Hijja? We said: Yes. He (the

    Holy Prophet) said: Which city is this? We

    said: Allah and His Messenger know best.

    He (the Holy Prophet remained silent until we

    thought that he would give it another name.

    He (the Holy Prophet) said: Is it not the Balda

    (the city of Mecca)? We said: Yes. He said:

    What day is this? We said: Allah and His

    Messenger know best. He (the Holy Prophet)

    remained silent until we thought that he

    would give it another name. He said: Is it not

    the Day of Sacrifice? We said: Allah's

    Messenger. Yes. Thereupon he said: Your

    blood, your property (Muhammad, one of the

    narrators, said: I think, he also said this) and

    your honour are sacred to you like the

    sacredness of this day of yours, in this city

    of yours, and in this month of yours. You will

    soon meet your Lord and He will ask you

    about your deeds. So do not turn after me

    unbelievers (or misguided), some of you

    striking the necks of the others. Behold I let

    him who is present convey to him who is

    absent, for many a one whom a message is

    conveyed has a more retentive memory than

    one who hears. He again said: Behold! have

    I not delivered (the message) to you? This

    hadith has been narrated through another

    chain of transmitters, but with a slight

    variation of words.


Abu Dawud mai sha'ban ka zikar 7 martaba aya hai jo k darja zal hai.

  • Book 4. The Rites of Hajj. Hadith 1942.
    Narrated By AbuBakrah : The Prophet (pbuh)

    gave a sermon during his hajj and said: Time

    has completed a cycle and assumed the

    form of the day when Allah created the

    heavens and the earth. The year contains

    twelve months of which four are sacred,

    three of them consecutive, viz. Dhul-Qa'dah,

    Dhul-Hijjah and Muharram and also Rajab of

    Mudar which comes between Jumadah and

    Sha'ban.


  • Book 7. Fasting. Hadith 2312.
    Narrated By Abdullah ibn Umar : The

    Prophet (pbuh) said: The month consists of

    twenty-nine days, but do not fast till you sight

    it (the moon) and do not break your fast till

    you sight it. If the weather is cloudy,

    calculate it thirty days. When the

    twenty-ninth of Sha'ban came, Ibn Umar

    would send someone (who tried) to sight the

    moon for him. If it was sighted, then well and

    good; in case it was not sighted, and there

    was no cloud and dust before him (on the

    horizon), he would not keep fast the next

    day. If there appeared (on the horizon)

    before him cloud or dust, he would fast the

    following day. Ibn Umar would end his fasting

    alone with the people, and did not follow this

    calculation.

  • Book 7. Fasting. Hadith 2318.
    Narrated By 'Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin : The

    Apostle of Allah (pbuh) used to count the

    days in Sha'ban in a manner he did not

    count any other month; then he fasted when

    he sighted the new moon of Ramadan; but if

    the weather was cloudy he counted thirty

    days and then fasted.

  • Book 7. Fasting. Hadith 2329.
    Narrated By Umm Salamah, Ummul

    Mu'minin : She never saw the Prophet

    (pbuh) fasting the whole month except

    Sha'ban which he combined with Ramadan.

  • Book 7. Fasting. Hadith 2330.
    Narrated By AbuHurayrah : AbdulAziz ibn

    Muhammad said: Abbad ibn Kathir came to

    Medina and went to the assembly of al-Ala'.

    He caught hold of his hand and made him

    stand and said: O Allah, he narrates a

    tradition from his father on the authority of

    AbuHurayrah who reported the Apostle of

    Allah (pbuh) as saying: When the middle of

    Sha'ban comes, do not fast. Al-Ala' said: O

    Allah, my father narrated this tradition on the

    authority of AbuHurayrah from the Prophet

    (pbuh)

  • Book 7. Fasting. Hadith 2425.
    Narrated By 'Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin : The

    month most liked by the Apostle of Allah

    (pbuh) for fasting was Sha'ban. He then

    joined it with Ramadan.

  • Book 32. Battles. Hadith 4327.
    Narrated By AbuTha'labah al-Khushani :

    AbuUmayyah ash-Sha'bani said: I asked

    AbuTha'labah al-Khushani: What is your

    opinion about the verse "Care for

    yourselves".

    He said: I swear by Allah, I asked the one

    who was well informed about it; I asked the

    Apostle of Allah (pbuh) about it.

    He said: No, enjoin one another to do what is

    good and forbid one another to do what is

    evil.

    But when you see niggardliness being

    obeyed, passion being followed, worldly

    interests being preferred, everyone being

    charmed with his opinion, then care for

    yourself, and leave alone what people in

    general are doing; for ahead of you are days

    which will require endurance, in which

    showing endurance will be like grasping live

    coals. The one who acts rightly during that

    period will have the reward of fifty men who

    act as he does.

    Another version has: He said (The hearers

    asked:) Apostle of Allah, the reward of fifty of

    them?

    He replied: The reward of fifty of you.


Tirmidhi aur Muwwata imaam malik mai sha'ban ka koi zikar nahi.

[note] ye tahqeeqat karty waqat mai ne mukamal ahteyat se kaam liya hai.inshaAllah galti ka koi imkan nahi.

Walaho aalim
wama ilena ila balag.
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Khayal
09-08-2006, 05:49 PM
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jazaak ALLAH khayr, :rose:

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