Riyad Us-Saliheen (Gardens Of The Righteous) – Vol. I & II

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Imam Abu Zakaria Mohiuddin Yahya An-Nawawi
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The book was compiled by Imam An-Nawawi who was the great scholar of Hadith and Fiqhof his time. Commentaries on the Ahadith have been added by Hafiz Salahuddin Yusuf of Pakistan who had originally executed them for the Urdu edition of this book. The English translation of the book and the – commentaries was performed by Dr. Muhammad Amin and Abu Usamah Al-Arabi bin Razduq who have performed their task with utmost care and profound interest.

Contents:

1. Chapter on Sincerity and having an intention for all actions, words and states, outward and inward
2. Chapter on Repentance
3. Chapter on Steadfastness
4. Chapter: On Truthfulness
5. Chapter: On Watchfulness
6. Chapter: On Fearful Awareness of Allah (Taqwa)
7. Chapter: Certainty and Trust in Allah
8. Chapter: On Going Straight (Istiqama)
9. Chapter: Reflecting on the immense creation of Allah Almighty, the passing of this world, the terrors of the Next World, and other matters. On the  negligence of the self, disciplining it and forcing it to go straight
10. Chapter: On hastening to perform good actions, and on encouraging the one who intends to do something to go ahead and do it with diligence and not to  hesitate
11. Chapter: On Striving (Mujahada)
12. Chapter: On the encouragement to increase good actions in the later part of one’s life
13. Chapter: On the clarification of the many paths of good
14. Chapter: On Moderation in Worship
15. Chapter: On perserverance in actions
16. Chapter: On the command to follow the Sunna and its adab
17. Chapter: On the Obligation to obey the judgement of Allah, what is said by those who are summoned to that, and commanding the right and forbidding the  wrong
18. Chapter: On the prohibition against innovations and new matters
19. Chapter: On the one who makes a good or bad sunna
20. Chapter: On showing the way to good and calling to guidance or misguidance
21. Chapter: Helping one another to goodness and fear of Allah
22. Chapter: On Good Counsel
23. Chapter: On commanding the right and forbidding the wrong
24. Chapter: On the harsh punishment of someone who commands right or forbids wrong while his own actions contradict what he says
25. Chapter: On the command to deliver trusts
26. Chapter: On injustice and the command to make restitution in cases of injustice
27. Chapter: On respecting the sacred things of the Muslims, clarification of their rights and having compassion and mercy forthem
28. Chapter: Veiling the faults of Muslims and the prohibition against divulging them without necessity
29. Chapter: Taking care of the needs of the Muslims
30. Chapter: Intercession
31. Chapter: On Putting things right between people
32. Chapter: On the excellence of the weak, poor and obscure Muslims
33. Chapter: Kindness to orphans, girls, the weak, the very poor, and the downtrodden. Treating them well, compassion towards them, humility with them, and  gentleness towards them
34. Chapter: Treating women well
35. Chapter: On the rights of a husband from his wife
36. Chapter: Spending on one’s family
37. Chapter: Spending out of what one loves and spending what is excellent
38. Chapter: On the obligation to command one’s family and children and whoever is in one’s care to obey Allah, and to forbid them to oppose Him, teaching  them proper behaviour and preventing them from committing what is prohibited
39. Chapter: The right of the neighbour and treating him well
40. Chapter: On dutifulness to parents and maintaining ties of kinship
41. Chapter: On the prohibition of disobeying parents and severing ties of kinship
42. Chapter: The excellence of dutifulness shown to the friends of one’s father and mother, relatives, wife, and others whom one
should honour
43. Chapter: Honouring the people of the family of the Messenger of Allah and their clear excellence
44. Chapter: Respect for people of knowledge, the great and people of importance, and putting them ahead of others, raising
where they sit and showing their rank
45. Chapter: On visiting the people of virtue, sitting with them, keeping their company, loving them, seeking visits and supplication
from them, and visiting places of virtue
46. Chapter: The excellence of love for the sake of Allah and encouraging it, and a man who loves another informing him of that
and what he says to him when he informs him
47. Chapter: On the signs of Allah’s love for His slave and urging that it be taken on and that one should strive to obtain it
48. Chapter: On cautioning against causing injury to the righteous, the weak and the poor
49. Chapter: Judging people according to the outward while leaving their secrets to Allah Almighty
50. Chapter: On Fear
51. Chapter: On Hope
52. Chapter: On the Excellence of Hope
53. Chapter: On combining Fear and Hope
54. Chapter: On the Excellence of Weeping
55. Chapter: On the Excellence of making do with little of this world and the encouragement to have little of it and the excellence of poverty
56. Chapter: On the excellence of hunger, a simple live style, and confining oneself to little in food, drink, clothing and other things
which are the portion of the self, and abandoning appetites
57. Chapter: On Contentment, self-restraint, moderation in life style and spending, and criticism of asking without necessity
58. Chapter: On the permission to take that which is not asked for nor sought after
59. Chapter: The encouragement to eat from the work of one’s own hand, and to refrain from asking and turning to giving
60. Chapter: On generosity, magnanimity and spending in good ways with trust in Allah Almighty
61. Chapter: On forbidding miserliness and avarice
62. Chapter: On preferring others and helping others
63. Chapter: On the desire for in matters which pertain to the Next World and seeking to have a lot of that which is blessed
64. Chapter: On the excellence of the grateful wealthy person. He is the one who takes wealth properly and spends it the ways which have been commanded
65. Chapter: On remembering death and constraining expectation
66. Chapter: On the recommendation for men to visit the graves and what the one who visits them says
67. Chapter: On it being disliked to wish for death because of some harm which has befallen a person, but there is no objection to it if it is because of  fear of trial in the deen
68. Chapter: On scrupulousness and abandoning things that are doubtful
69. Chapter: On the recommendation to withdraw when things are corrupt or one fears a temptation in one’s deen or falling into the unlawful and doubtful  things
71. Chapter: On Humility and being gentle with the believers
72. Chapter: On the Prohibition of pride and arrogance
73. Chapter: On Good Character
74. Chapter: on forbearance, patience and kindness
75. Chapter: On pardon and turning away from the ignorant
76. Chapter: On enduring injury
77. Chapter: On anger when the sacred things of the Shari’a are violated and helping the deen of Allah Almighty
78. Chapter: On commanding those in authority to be kind to their subjects, to give them good counsel and to be compassionate to them, and forbidding those  in authority from cheating them, being harsh to them, overlooking their best interests and being unmindful of them and their needs
79. Chapter: On the just ruler
80. Chapter: On the obligation to obey those in authority as long as it is not a wrong action, and the prohibition against obeying
them in an act of rebellion against Allah
81. Chapter: On the prohibition against seeking authority and the option of not accepting it if it is not specific to him or if he is not required
82. Chapter: On encouraging the Sultan, qadi and others in authority to adopt a righteous counsellor and warning them against bad company and accepting their  advice
83. Chapter: On the Prohibition against granting appointment as amirs and judges and positions of authority to those who asked
for it or indirectly express desire for that
84. Chapter: On modesty and its excellence, and encouraging people to affect it
85. Chapter: On keeping secrets
86. Chapter: On fulfilling contracts and keeping promises
87. Chapter: On the command to continue to perform good actions which are one’s habit
88. Chapter: On the recommendation to speak good words and display a cheerful face when you meet someone
89. Chapter: On the recommendation to speak plainly and clearly and on repeating things so that the one who did not understood them will understand
90. Chapter: On listening to one’s companion as long as it is not unlawful, and listening carefully to scholars and admonishers
91. Chapter: On Admonition and moderation in it
92. Chapter: On Dignity and calmness
93. Chapter: On the Recommendation of going to the prayer and to knowledge and other forms of worship with calmness and dignity
94. Chapter: On Honouring the guest
95. Chapter: On the recommendation to convey good news and congratulate people
96. Chapter: On someone saying farewell and his advice when he departs on a journey and supplication for him and by him
97. Chapter: On the Istikhara and consultation
98. Chapter: On the Recommendation on going to the ‘Id, visiting the sick, going on hajj, expeditions, funerals, etc, by one route, and returning by a  different route in increase the number of places of worship
99. Chapter: The recommendation to use the right first in things that entail honour, like wudu’, ghusl, and tayammum, putting on clothes, shoes, leather  socks and trousers, entering the mosque, using the siwak stick, using kohl, cutting nails, trimming the moustache, plucking the armpit and shaving the head,
giving the salam in the prayer, eating and drinking, shaking hands, greeting the Black Stone, leaving the lavatory, taking the gift, and other such things.  The recommendation to use the left in the opposite of that, like blowing the nose, spitting, entering the lavatory and leaving the mosque, removing leather  socks, sandals, trousers and clothes, cleaning oneself in the lavatory, doing unclean things, and the like
100. Chapter: On saying the basmala when starting to eat and praising Allah afterwards
101. Chapter: On not criticising food and the recommendation to praise it
102. Chapter: On what someone says when food is brought when he is fasting and he does not break his fast
103. Chapter: On what someone says when invited to eat and is followed by someone
104. Chapter: On eating from in front of one and instructing someone who eats badly
105. Chapter: On the prohibition against joining two dates or the like together when a group eat without his companions’
permission
106. Chapter: What one says and does when he eats without becoming full
107. Chapter: On the command to eat from the side of the dish and the prohibition against eating from the middle
108. Chapter: On it being disliked to eat reclining
109: Chapter: On the Recommendation to eat with three fingers and the recommendation to lick the fingers. It being disliked to wipe them before licking them.  The recommendation to lick the plate and pick up the morsel which has fallen and eat it. Permission to wipe the hand on the arm, foot, etc. after licking it
110. Chapter: On a lot of hands for the food
111. Chapter: On the proper manner of drinking and the recommendation to take three breaths outside the vessel and it being disliked to breathe into the  vessel. The recommendation to pass the vessel around to the right
112. Chapter: On it being disliked to drink from the mouth of the vessel, and the clarification that the dislike is not a prohibition
113. Chapter: On it being disliked to blow on drinks
114. Chapter: On the permission to drink while standing and clarification that it is better and more perfect to drink sitting
115. Chapter: On The recommendation for the one providing the drink to be the last to drink
116. Chapter: On the permission to drink from all pure vessels except those made of gold and silver; the permissibility of drinking straight from rivers with  the mouth without vessel or hand. The prohibition against using gold and silver vessels for eating and drinking, purification and other uses
117. Chapter: On the recommendation to wear white clothes, and the permission to wear red, green, yellow and black, and the permission to wear cotton, hair,  wool and other things except silk
118. Chapter: On recommending shirts
119. Chapter: On the length of the shirt, sleeve, and wrapper, and the end of the turban, and the prohibition against letting any of that hang down out of  arrogance, and the dislike of it when it is without arrogance
120. Chapter: On the recommendation to avoid fine clothing out of humility
121. Chapter On the Recommendation to take a middle course in clothes and not to confine oneself to what is miserable without need or legitimate aim
122. Chapter: On the Prohibition against silk garments for men and them sitting and leaning on silk, while it is permitted for
women to wear it
123. Chapter: On the permission to wear silk if one has the itch
124. Chapter: On the prohibition against sitting and riding on tiger skins
125. Chapter: On what one says when one puts on a new garment or shoes
126. Chapter: The recommendation to begin with the right when dressing
127. Chapter: On the adab of sleep and lying down
128. Chapter: On the permission to lie on one’s back and put one leg across the other when one’s private parts are not exposed, and the permission to sit  cross-legged and sitting with one’s legs drawn up
129. Chapter: On the Adab of the Assembly and those who sit in it
130. Chapter: On Dreams and what is connected to them
131. Chapter: On the Excellence of the Greeting and the command to make it common practice
132. Chapter: On the form of the greeting
133. Chapter: On the adab of the greeting
134. Chapter: On the recommendation to repeat the greeting to the one he meets after a short time since he has come in or gone out and then returned  immediately, or a tree or the like has come between them
135. Chapter: The recommendation to greet when entering one’s home
139. Chapter: On the recommendation to give the greeting when leaving an assembly and parting from one’s companions
140. Chapter: On asking permission to enter and its adab
141. Chapter: On the making it clear that the Sunna is that when the one from whom one asks permission to enter says, “Who is it?” he should name himself in  the manner by which he is known by and not say “I”
142. Chapter: On the recommendation to bless someone who sneezes when he praises Allah and dislike of doing it if he has not praised Allah; clarification of  the adab of blessing the sneezer, sneezing, and yawning
143. Chapter: On the recommendation to shake hands when meeting and having a cheerful face, and kissing the hand of a
righteous man and kissing one’s child out of compassion, embracing the one who arrives from a journey and the dislike of bowing
144. Chapter: On visiting the sick, escorting the dead and praying over him and attending his burial and remaining at his grave after his burial
145. Chapter: On supplication for the person who is ill
146. Chapter: On the recommendation to ask the family of a sick person about how he is
147. Chapter: On what is said by one who despairs of life
150. Chapter: On instructing the dying to say “There is no god but Allah”
151. Chapter: On what is said when the dying person’s eyes become fixed
152. Chapter: On what is said in the presence of a dead person
153. Chapter: On the permission to weep for someone who has died without wailing
154. Chapter: On refraining from mentioning anything disliked in the corpse
155. Chapter: The prayer over the dead, escorting him and being present at his burial, and the dislike for women to follow funeral processions
156. Chapter: On the recommendation for many people to pray the funeral prayer and to make their rows three or more
157. Chapter: What is recited in the funeral prayer
158. Chapter: On carrying the bier quickly
159. Chapter: On First settling the debts of the deceased and making haste to prepare him for burial unless he died suddenly, in which case he is left until  one is sure of death
160. Chapter: On admonition at the grave
161. Chapter: On supplication for the deceased after his burial and staying at the grave for a time for supplication, asking
162. Chapter: On sadaqa and supplication for the deceased
163. Chapter: On people praising the dead person
164. Chapter: The excellence of the one who dies leaving young children
165. Chapter: On weeping and fear when passing the graves and ruins of the wrongdoers, and displaying need of Allah and cautioning against being unmindful of  that
166. Chapter: On the Recommendation to set out on a journey on a Thursday at the beginning of the day
167. Chapter: On the Recommendation to have company on a journey and the travellers should appoint someone as their amir
whom they will obey
168. Chapter: On the adab of Travelling, Stopping, Spending the Night and Sleeping on the Journey. The recommendation to travel by night and to be kind to  animals and see to their best interests
169: On helping one’s companion
170. Chapter: On what one says when one mounting for a journey
171. Chapter: The takbir of the traveller when he ascends, his tasbih when he descends and the prohibition against raising the
voice with the takbir
172. Chapter: The recommendation to make supplication during the journey
173. Chapter: On what supplication is made when one is afraid of people or something else
174. Chapter: On what one says when one alights at a place
175. Chapter: On the recommendation for the traveller to make haste to return to his family when he has achieved his purpose
176. Chapter: On the recommendation to come to one’s family during the day and the dislike of arriving at night when that is not necessary
177. Chapter: On what one says when he returns and sees his town
178. Chapter: On the recommendation for the one who arrives to go first to the mosque in his area and pray two rak’ats in it
179. Chapter: On forbidding a woman to travel on her own
180. Chapter: On the Excellence of reciting the Qur’an
181. Chapter: On the command to continue reciting the Qur’an and being careful not to allow oneself to forget it
182. Chapter: On the recommendation to have good voice in reciting the Qur’an and asking someone with a good voice to recite and listening to it
183. Chapter: On encouraging the recitation of certain suras and ayats
184. Chapter: On the Recommendation to meet together for recitation
185. Chapter: On the Excellence of Wudu’
186. Chapter: On the excellence of the adhan
187. Chapter: On the excellence of the prayers
188. Chapter: On the Subh and ‘Asr prayers
189. Chapter: On the excellence of walking to the mosque
190. Chapter: On the excellence of waiting for the prayer
191. Chapter: On the excellence of the Group prayer
192. Chapter: Encouragement to attend the Group Prayers at Subh and ‘Isha’
193. Chapter: On the command to persevere in the prescribed prayers and the strongest prohibition against abandoning them
194. Chapter: On the Excellence of the first row and the command to complete the first rows and make them straight and close together
195. Chapter: The Excellence of doing the sunnas with the obligatory prayers, and clarification of the least of them, the most perfect, and what is between  that
196. Chapter: The importance of the two rak’ats which are the sunna of Subh
197. Chapter: On two quick rak’ats for Fajr and clarification of what is recited in them and their time
198. Chapter: On the recommendation to lie down on the right side after the two rak’ats of Fajr and encouraging doing that whether or not one has prayed  voluntary prayers in the night
199. Chapter: On the sunna of Dhuhr
200. Chapter: On the sunna of ‘Asr
201. Chapter: On the sunna before and after Maghrib
202. Chapter: On the sunna before and after ‘Isha’
203. Chapter: The sunna of Jumu’a
204. Chapter: The recommendation to pray voluntary prayers at home but not obligatory prayers. The command to move from the place where one did the  obligatory prayer or to speak before doing the voluntary prayer
205. Chapter: On encouraging performance of the Witr prayer and clarification that it is confirmed, and making its time clear … 183
206. Chapter: The Excellence of the Duha prayer, clarification of its minimum, maximum and middle size, and the encouragement
to persevere in doing it
207. Chapter: Permission to pray Duha from the time the sun is high until noon. It is best to pray it when it is very hot and well into
mid-morning
208. Chapter: The encouragement to pray the two rak’at prayer of greeting when entering the mosque, and it being disliked to sit
down before praying the two rak’ats at whatever time one enters, whether that be the two rak’ats of greeting, or an obligatory or
sunna prayer
209. Chapter: The recommendation to pray two rak’ats after doing wudu’
210. Chapter: The excellence of the day of Jumu’a, its obligatory nature and washing for it, putting on scent and going early to it.
Supplication on Friday and the prayer on the Prophet. Clarification of the time when supplication is answered. The recommendation of remembering Allah often  after Jumu’a
211. Chapter: On the recommendation to perform the prostration of gratitude when one obtains a blessing or an affliction is averted
212. Chapter: On the excellence of rising in the night to pray
213. Chapter: The recommendation to pray at night in Ramadan – that is the tarawih prayers
214. Chapter: On the excellence of praying in the Night of Power
214. Chapter: The excellence of the siwak and the qualities of the natural form (fitra)
216. Chapter: Stressing the obligation of zakat and clarification of its excellence and what is connected to it
217. Chapter: On the obligation to fast Ramadan and clarification of the excellence of fasting and what is connected to it
218. Chapter: On generosity, charity and doing much good in the month of Ramadan, and increasing that in the last ten days of the month
219. Chapter: On the prohibition against fasting before Ramadan after the middle of Sha’ban unless that fasting is connected to
what is before it and coincides with his habit, like fasting Monday and Thursday
220. Chapter: On what one says when seeing the new moon
221. Chapter: The excellence of suhur and delaying it as long as one does not fear the approach of dawn
223. Chapter: On commanding the faster to guard his tongue and limbs from incorrect actions, verbal abuse and the like
224. Chapter: On questions regarding fasting
225. Chapter: Clarification of the excellence of fasting Muharram, Sha’ban and the sacred months
226. Chapter: The excellence of fasting and other things in the first 10 days of Dhu’l-Hijja
227. Chapter: On the excellence of fasting the Day of ‘Arafa, ‘Ashura’ and the ninth of Muharram
228. Chapter: On the recommendation to fast six days of Shawwal
229. Chapter: On the recommendation to fast Mondays and Thursdays
230. Chapter: On the recommendation to fast three days of every month
231. Chapter: On the excellence giving the faster something with which to break the fast, and the excellence of the faster when
people eat in his presence and the supplication of the one who eats for what is eaten
232. Book of I’tikaf
233. Book of Hajj
234. The excellence of Jihad
235. Chapter: On the clarification of those who are martyrs in respect of the reward of the Next World, but who are washed and prayed over, which is the not  the case with those killed fighting the unbelievers
236. Chapter: On the excellence of freeing slaves
237. Chapter: On the excellence of being good to slaves
238. Chapter: On the excellence of a slave who fulfils the right he owes Allah and the right of his masters
239. Chapter: The excellence of worship in times of violent turbulence, which is confusion, civil strife and the like
241. Chapter: the excellence of knowledge
242. Chapter: On the excellence of praise and thankfulness
243. Chapter: On the prayer on the Messenger of Allah
244. Chapter: On the excellence of dhikr and encouraging it
245. Chapter: On remembering Allah Almighty standing, sitting and lying down, and while in a state of major impurity, minor impurity and while menstruating –  except for the Qur’an which is not lawful for someone in a state of major impurity or menstruating
246. Chapter: What one says when going to sleep and waking up
247. Chapter: on the excellence of circles of dhikr, and the recommendation to join them and the prohibition against parting from them without excuse
248. Chapter: On dhikr morning and evening
249. Chapter: On what to say when going to sleep
250. Chapter: On the excellence of supplication
251. Chapter: on the excellence of supplication for those who are absent
252. Chapter: Various matters concerning supplication
253. Chapter: The miracles of the friends of Allah and their excellence
254. Chapter: The prohibition against backbiting and the command to guard the tongue
255. Chapter: On the prohibition against listening to backbiting. The command that someone who hears backbiting should refute it or object to it being said.  If he is unable to do that or the speaker does not accept his objection, then he should leave that gathering if he can.
256. Chapter: On what is permitted in talking about people
257. Chapter: On the prohibition against slander, which is carrying tales between people in order to create trouble
258. Chapter: On the prohibition against carrying tales and things that people have said to those in authority if there is no need for that, for instance,  fear of corruption, etc.
259. Chapter: on the censure of being two-faced
260. Chapter: On the prohibition against lying
261. Chapter: On the clarification of what lying is permitted
262. Chapter: On the encouragement to verify what one says and relates
263. Chapter: On the clarification of the severe prohibition against giving false witness
264. Chapter: On the prohibition against cursing a man or an animal
265. Chapter: On the permission to curse some of those who rebel against Allah without specifying them
266. Chapter: On the prohibition against abusing a Muslim without cause
267. Chapter: On the prohibition against abusing the dead without cause and benefit in the Shari’a
268. Chapter: On forbidding injury
269. Chapter: On forbidding mutual rancour, cutting one other off and mutual hostility
270. Chapter: On the prohibition against envy
271. Chapter: On the prohibition against spying
272. Chapter: On the prohibition against having a bad opinion of the Muslims unnecessarily
273. Chapter: On forbidding against despising the Muslims
274. Chapter: On the prohibition against gloating over a Muslim’s misfortune
275. Chapter: On forbidding attacking someone’s lineage
276. Chapter: On the prohibition against cheating and deceit
277. Chapter: On forbidding treachery
278. Chapter: On the prohibition against using a gift to cause a sense of indebtedness
279. Chapter: On the prohibition against boastfulness and arrogance
280. Chapter: On forbidding Muslims disassociating themselves from one another for more than three days except in the cause of an innovation or clear  iniquity or the like
281. Chapter: On the prohibition against two people conversing to the exclusion of a third without his permission except in case of need. It is the same if  two people speak in a language which he does not understand
282. Chapter: On the prohibition against cruelty to a slave, animal, woman, or child without legitimate reason
283. Chapter: On forbidding punishing with fire any live creature, even an ant
284. Chapter: On forbidding the rich person to procrastinate paying what he owes6
286. Chapter: On stressing the inviolability of an orphan’s property
287. Chapter: On the stern prohibition of usury
288. Chapter: On forbidding showing-off
289. Chapter: What might be considered showing-off, but which is not actually showing-off
290. Chapter: On forbidding looking at unrelated women and handsome youths without a legitimate reason
291. Chapter: On the prohibition against being alone with an unrelated woman
292. Chapter: On forbidding men trying to look like women and women trying to look like men in clothing, movements, etc.
293. Chapter: On the prohibition against being like Shaytan and the unbelievers
294. Chapter: On the prohibition against a man or woman dyeing their hair black
295. Chapter: On the prohibition against shaving only part of the head and the permission for a man, but not a woman to shave it all
296. Chapter: On forbidding joining on false hair, tattooing, and filing the teeth
299. Chapter: On it being disliked to walk in only one shoe or sock for no reason, and on it being disliked to put on shoes and socks while standing for no  reason
300. Chapter: On the prohibition against leaving a fire and the like burning, whether in a lamp or anything else, when going to
sleep
301. Chapter: On the prohibition of affectation, which are words and actions which are without benefit
302. Chapter: On forbidding wailing over the dead, slapping the cheeks, tearing the shirt, pulling out the hair and shaving it, and
against praying for destruction
303. Chapter: The prohibition against going to soothsayers, astrologers, diviners and looking for omens
304. Chapter: On the prohibition against believing in bad omens
305. Chapter: On the prohibition against depicting living creatures on rugs, stones, clothes, dirhams, cushions, dinars, pillows, etc. The prohibition  against putting images on walls, curtains, turbans, clothes, etc. The command to efface images
306. Chapter: The prohibition against keeping a dog except for hunting, herding or farming
307. Chapter: On it being disliked to hang bells from camels and other animals, and it being disliked to be accompanied by a dog or bell in a journey
308. Chapter: On it being disliked to ride a camel that eats dung. If it then eats pure fodder and its flesh is wholesome, then the dislike is removed
309. Chapter: The prohibition against spitting in the mosque and the command to remove spit from it when it is found there. The command to keep the mosque  free of impurities
310. Chapter: On it being disliked to argue in the mosque or to raise voices there, announce a lost animal, buy and sell, rent and other transactions
311. Chapter: On the prohibition against entering the mosque for the one who eats eating garlic, onions, leeks, and other things which have an objectionable  smell until its smell departs, except in case of necessity
312. Chapter: On it being disliked to sit with the legs up on the day of Jumu’a while the Imam was giving the khutba because that
makes one sleepy and he will not miss properly to the khutba and he might break wudu’
313. Chapter: When someone wants to sacrifice on the tenth of Dhu’l-Hijja, he is prohibited from cutting any of his hair or nails
until he has sacrificed
314. Chapter: The prohibition against swearing by a creature like the Prophet, the Ka’ba, the angels, heaven, fathers, life, the
spirit, the head, the life of the Sultan, the blessing of the Sultan, one’s land, and trustworthiness. It is the strongest possible prohibition
315. Chapter: On the strong prohibition against deliberate false oaths
316. Chapter: On the recommendation for someone who has sworn an oath and then sees something better than it to do what he swore he swore he would not do and  expiate the oath
317. Chapter: On minor oaths being of no consequence and not entailing expiation. That is what one says unintentionally like,
“No, by Allah” and “Yes, by Allah.”
318. Chapter: On it being disliked to use oaths when selling, even if it true
319. Chapter: On it being disliked for a man to ask by the Face of Allah for anything by the Garden and it being disliked to refuse
the one who asks by Allah
320. Chapter: On forbidding that a Sultan be called Shahneshah because it means “the King of Kings” and only Allah is described as that
321. Chapter: On the prohibition against addressing an iniquitous person or innovator, as “master”, etc.
322. Chapter: On it being disliked to curse fever
323. Chapter: The prohibition against cursing the wind, and what one says when it blows
324: Chapter: On it being disliked to curse the cockerel
325. Chapter: On the prohibition against a man attributing rain to a star
326. Chapter: On forbidding calling a Muslim an unbeliever
327. Chapter: On forbidding obscene and coarse language
328. Chapter: On it being disliked to exaggerate in speech and to be affected in eloquence, and to use unusual languages and fine points in Arabic when  speaking to the common people
329. Chapter: On it being disliked to say, “My self is disgusted (khabuthat)”
330. Chapter: On it being disliked to call the grape the vine (karm)
331. Chapter: On the prohibition against describing a woman’s beauty to a man when there is no legitimate need for that, for instance, like seeking marriage  with her, etc.
332. Chapter: On it being dislike for a man to say in supplication, “O Allah, forgive me if You will.” He should be firm in asking
333. Chapter: On it being disliked to say, “What Allah wills and so-and-so wills”
334. Chapter: On it being disliked to talk after ‘Isha’
335. Chapter: On it being forbidden for a woman to refuse to come to her husband’s bed when he calls her if she does not have a legitimate reason
336. Chapter: On it being forbidden for a woman to fast voluntarily when her husband is present without his permission
337. Chapter: On it being forbidden to get ahead of the Imam in coming up from bowing or prostration
338. Chapter: On it being disliked to put the hands on the hips during the prayer
339. Chapter: On it being disliked to pray when food has been served or when one needs to go to the lavatory
340. Chapter: On the prohibition against looking to the sky during the prayer
341. Chapter: On it being disliked to look about in the prayer without reason
342. Chapter: On the prohibition against praying towards graves
343. Chapter: On it being forbidden to pass in front of someone praying
344. Chapter: On it being disliked to start doing voluntary prayers after the iqama has begun, even if it is the sunna for that prayer
345. Chapter: It is disliked to single out Friday to fast or Friday night for praying at night
346. Chapter: On forbidding continuous fasting, which is to fast two or more days without eating or drinking between them
347. Chapter: On it being forbidden to sit on graves
348. Chapter: On the prohibition against plastering over or building over graves
349. Chapter: On the strong prohibition against a slave running away from his master
350. Chapter: On the prohibition against interceding in hudud-punishments
351. Chapter: On the prohibition against relieving oneself in the road, shady places, water sources, etc.
352. Chapter: On the prohibition against urinating in standing water
353. Chapter: It is disliked to show preference to one child over the others in gifts
354. Chapter: It is forbidden for a woman to mourn more than three days for anyone except her husband. The mourning period for a husband is four months and  ten days
355. Chapter: On it being forbidden for a townsman to sell on behalf of a desert man, to meet caravans, to bid against another man to raise the price or to  make a marriage proposal in the face of another’s proposal without his permission
356. Chapter: On the prohibition against squandering money in improper ways
357. Chapter: On the prohibition against pointing at a Muslim with a weapon, seriously or in jest, and the prohibition against handing someone an unsheathed  sword
358. Chapter: On it being disliked to leave the mosque after the adhan without reason before the obligatory prayer has been prayed
359. Chapter: On it being disliked to refuse basil for no reason
360. Chapter: It is disliked to praise someone to his face as it is feared that it will cause him to be arrogant, and the permission to do that if the person  is safe from that happening
361. Chapter: On it being disliked to leave a place where there is plague to flee from it, and it being disliked to go where there is plague
362. Chapter: On the strong prohibition of sorcery
363. Chapter: On the prohibition against travelling with a copy of the Qur’an to enemy territory when it is feared that it might fall into the hands of the  enemy
364. Chapter: On it being forbidden to use gold and silver dishes for eating, drinking, purification, etc.
365. Chapter: On it being forbidden for a man to wear clothes dyed with saffron
366. Chapter: On the prohibition against vowing a day of silence
367. Chapter: On it being forbidden for a man to ascribe his lineage to other than his father or his wala’ to other than his patrons
368. Chapter: The warning not to commit what Allah and His Messenger have prohibited
369. Chapter: On what one says and does if one commits something forbidden
370. Chapter: On various stories
371. Chapter: On asking forgiveness
372. Chapter: On what Allah has promised the believers in the Garden

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