Jami at Tirmidhi

Jami at Tirmidhi hadith collection is compiled by Imam Abu Isa Muhammad at-Tirmizi. There are 51 books and 3,954 hadiths in this well-acknowledged hadith resource. You can read here Jami at Tirmidhi in English with translation on different issues such as Sacrifices, Inheritance, Hajj, Zakat, etc.
 Book Name  Jami at Tirmidhi
 Writer  Imam Abu Isa Muhammad at-Tirmizi
 Total Chapters  51
 Total Hadith  3954
Chapter No. Name Total Hadith
1 The Book on Purification 148 Hadith
2 The Book on Salat (Prayer) 242 Hadith
3 The Book on Salat (Prayer) 61 Hadith
4 The Book on Al-Witr 36 Hadith
5 The Book on the Day of Friday 42 Hadith
6 The Book on the Two Eids 14 Hadith
7 The Book on Traveling 73 Hadith
8 The Book on Zakat 65 Hadith
9 The Book on Fasting 127 Hadith
10 The Book on Hajj 156 Hadith
11 The Book on Jana'iz (Funerals) 115 Hadith
12 The Book on Marriage 66 Hadith
13 The Book on Suckling 29 Hadith
14 The Book on Divorce and Li'an 30 Hadith
15 The Chapters On Judgements From The Messenger of Allah 117 Hadith
16 The Chapters On Judgements From The Messenger of Allah 64 Hadith
17 The Book on Blood Money 37 Hadith
18 The Book on Legal Punishments (Al-Hudud) 41 Hadith
19 The Book on Hunting 29 Hadith
20 The Book on Sacrifices 31 Hadith
21 The Book on Vows and Oaths 24 Hadith
22 The Book on Military Expeditions 71 Hadith
23 The Book on Virtues of Jihad 51 Hadith
24 The Book on Jihad 50 Hadith
25 The Book on Clothing 68 Hadith
26 The Book on Food 73 Hadith
27 The Book on Drinks 36 Hadith
28 Chapters on Righteousness And Maintaining Good Relations With Relatives 139 Hadith
29 Chapters on Medicine 54 Hadith
30 Chapters On Inheritance 26 Hadith
31 Chapters On Wasaya (Wills and Testament) 9 Hadith
32 Chapters On Wala' And Gifts 8 Hadith
33 Chapters On Al-Qadar 25 Hadith
34 Chapters On Al-Fitan 112 Hadith
35 Chapters On Dreams 25 Hadith
36 Chapters On Witnesses 9 Hadith
37 Chapters On Zuhd 111 Hadith
38 Chapters on the description of the Day of Judgement, Ar-Riqaq, and Al-Wara' 108 Hadith
39 Chapters on the description of Paradise 50 Hadith
40 The Book on the Description of Hellfire 33 Hadith
41 The Book on Faith 39 Hadith
42 Chapters on Knowledge 43 Hadith
43 Chapters on Seeking Permission 48 Hadith
44 Chapters on Manners 123 Hadith
45 Chapters on Parables 16 Hadith
46 Chapters on The Virtues of the Qur'an 52 Hadith
47 Chapters on Recitation 23 Hadith
48 Chapters on Tafsir 420 Hadith
49 Chapters on Supplication 235 Hadith
50 Chapters on Virtues 352 Hadith

Jami at Tirmidhi in English

Jami-at-Tirmidhi or Sunan at-Tirmidhi is among the six major books of hadith regarded as “Kutub al-Sittah”. Al-Tirmidhi is a person who compiled this vast collection of hadith. He began compiling it after the year 250 A.H. and completed it in 270 A.H. It contains 3,954 Hadith, and has been divided into 51 chapters. It is also classified as a Sunan, which implies that the book has been chaptalized according to the legal chapters.

Introduction:

Jami at Tirmidhi in English – It’s a collection of Hadith compiled by Imam Abu Isa Muhammad at-Tirmizi (رحمۃ اللہ علیہ). His collection is unanimously considered to be one of the six major collections of Hadith (Sahah Sitta) of the Sunnah of the Prophet SAW. It contains roughly 3,954 Hadith (with repetitions) in 51 books.

Jamia Tirmizi is also classified as a Sunan, which implies that the book has been categorized according to legal chapters, such as Purification, Prayer, Poor-due and fasting, narrated on the authority of Prophet Muhammad (صَلَّى اللّٰهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ), while the opinions of the companions are usually not mentioned in Jami at Tirmidhi.

Significance:

Imam Tirmizi hadith book began compiling it after the year 250 A.H. and completed this work with an effort spread over 20 years. Imam Tirmizi’s method was that of placing the heading first, then mentioning one or two Ahadith which were related to the heading. These hadith in Jami at Tirmidhi are followed by his opinion as to the status of the Hadith.

Subsequently, he mentions the opinions of the different jurists and any other narrations from companions on the same topic in order to discuss the legal opinions of early jurists. In doing so, he mentions those Jami at Tirmidhi in English translation which the jurists used as the basis for their legal decisions and he mentioned which school used which traditions. Great scholars of past such as Imam Al-Maqdisi and Imam Ibn Al-Athir, highly praised this book of Jami at Tirmidhi in English and considered it useful not only for scholars but also for common people.