সুনান আবু দাঊদ
আবু দাউদ শরীফ সম্পূর্ন ৬ খণ্ড ৪০০০+ হাদিস – Abu Daud Sharif Shahih Hadith
Abū Dā’ūd was born in Sijistān and died in 889 in Basra, Iraq. He traveled widely collecting ḥadīth (traditions) from scholars in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Hijaz, Tihamah, Nishapur, and Merv among other places. His focus on legal ḥadīth arose from a particular interest in fiqh (law). His collection included 4,800 ḥadīth, selected from some 500,000. His son, Abū Bakr ‘Abd Allāh ibn Abī Dā’ūd (d. 928/929), was a well known ḥāfiẓ and author of Kitāb al-Masābīh, whose famous pupil was Abū ‘Abd Allāh al-Marzubānī.
Imam Abu Dawud himself has stated: From this book of mine four Hadith are sufficient for an intelligent and insightful person. They are:
☆ Deeds are to be judged only by intentions.
☆ Part of a man’s good observance of Islam is that he leaves alone that which does not concern him.
☆ None of you can be a believer unless you love for your brother that which you love for yourself.
☆ The permitted (halal) is clear, and the forbidden (haram) is clear, between these two are doubtful matters. Whosoever abstains from these doubtful matters has saved his religion.