Hadith on Prayers

Prayers Hadith of Sahih Muslim book from Chapter No. 4 The Book Of Prayers written by Imam Muslim. This chapter has 324 Hadith in total regarding Hadith on Prayers. Sahih Muslim book has a total of fifty-eight chapters and 7563 hadiths in this collection.

Chapter Name The Book Of Prayers
Book Name Sahih Muslim
Writer Imam Muslim
Chapter Number 4
Total Hadith 324
Translation English, Urdu, Arabic
Baab Namaz Ke Ahkam O Masail
Sahih Muslim 837

Ibn Umar reported: When the Muslims came to Medina, they gathered and sought to know the time of prayer but no one summoned them. One day they discussed the matter, and some of them said: Use something like the bell of the Christians and some of..

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Sahih Muslim 838

Anas reported: Bilal was commanded (by the Messenger of Allah) to repeat (the phrases of) Adhan twice and once in Iqama. The narrator said: I made a mention of it before Ayyub who said: Except for saying: Qamat-is-Salat [the time for prayer has..

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Sahih Muslim 839

Anas b. Malik reported: They (the Companions) discussed that they should know the timings of prayer by means of something recognized by all. Some of them said that fire should be lighted or a bell should be rung. But Bilal was ordered to repeat..

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Sahih Muslim 840

This hadith is transmitted by Khalid Hadhdha with the same chain of transmitters (and the words are): When the majority of the people discussed they should know, like the hadith narrated by al-Thaqafi (mentioned above) except for the words: They..

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Sahih Muslim 841

Anas reported: Bilal was commanded (by the Holy Prophet) to repeat the phrases twice in Adhan, and once in lqama. ..

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Sahih Muslim 842

Abu Mahdhura said that the Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) taught him Adhan like this: Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest; I testify that there is no god but Allah, I testify that there is no god but Allah; I testify that..

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Sahih Muslim 843

Ibn Umar reported: The Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) had two Mu'adhdhins, Bilal and 'Abdullah b. Umm Maktum, who (latter) was blind. ..

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Sahih Muslim 844

This hadith has been narrated on the authority of 'A'isha by another chain of transmitters. ..

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Sahih Muslim 845

A'isha reported: Ibn Umm Maktum used to pronounce Adhan at the behest of the Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) (despite the fact) that he was blind. ..

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Sahih Muslim 846

A hadith like this has been transmitted by Hisham. ..

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Sahih Muslim 847

Anas b. Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) used to attack the enemy when it was dawn. He would listen to the Adhan; so if he heard an Adhan, he stopped, otherwise made an attack. Once on hearing a man say: Allah is..

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Sahih Muslim 848

Abu Sa'id al-Khudri reported: When you hear the call (to prayer), repeat what the Mu'adhdhin pronounces. ..

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Sahih Muslim 849

Abdullah b. Amr b. al-As reported Allah's Messenger ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) as saying: When you hear the Mu'adhdhin, repeat what he says, then invoke a blessing on me, for everyone who invokes a blessing on me will receive ten blessings from..

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Sahih Muslim 850

Umar b. al-Khattab reported: The Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) said: When the Mu'adhdhin says: Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest, and one of you should make this response: Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest;..

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Sahih Muslim 851

Sa'd b. Abu Waqqas reported: The Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) said: If anyone says on hearing the Mu'adhdhin: I testify that there is no god but Allah alone. Who has no partner, and that Muhammad is His servant and His..

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Sahih Muslim 852

Yahya narrated it on the authority of his uncle that he had been sitting in the company of Mu'awiya b. Abu Sufyan when the Mu'adhdhin called (Muslims) to prayer. Mu'awiya said: I heard the Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) saying The..

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Sahih Muslim 853

Same as Hadees 852 ..

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Sahih Muslim 854

Abu Sufyan reported it on the authority of Jabir that he had heard the Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) say: When Satan hears the call to prayer, he runs away to a distance like that of Rauha. Sulaimin said: I asked him about Rauha...

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Sahih Muslim 855

Abu Mu'awiya narrated it on the authority of A'mash with the same chain of transmitters. ..

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Sahih Muslim 856

Abu Huraira reported the Messenger of Allah ( ‌صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم ‌ ) as saying: When Satan hears the call to prayer, he turns back and breaks the wind so as not to hear the call being made, but when the call is finished he turns round and..

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