Hadith, is a collection of traditions containing sayings of the prophet Muhammad , with accounts of his daily practice (the Sunna), constitute the major source of guidance for Muslims apart from the Quran.
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Hadith Text Books
There are 5 major Hadith Books, that are widely accepted by Muslims since the discipline of Hadith collection and documentation dating back to 1400 years ago. HodHood Islamic Encyclopedia contains the translation of the major Hadith Books listed below. These references are considered the most authentic and original of all Hadith Books.
- Translation of Sahih AlBukhari
- Translation of Sahih Muslim
- Translation of Sunan AlTermadhi
- Translation of Sunan Abu Dawud
- Translation of Sunan AlNasai
- Translation of Sunan Ibn Majeh
- Translation of Muwata Malik
- HodHood Indexing
- The Combined Hadith Books
These references contain close to 30,000 Hadith. Classified in different topics and subtopics. The topics represents the area that the Hadith or narration applies to in the Muslims daily life for example daily prayers, ablution and financial transaction. The HodHood Islamic Encyclopedia will contain a unique classification of these books, produced by computerized logic. This classification will simplify the retrieval of relevant information.
This site use data mining techniques to identify hidden relationships in Hadith. A distinguished feature of data mining is topic modeling. Topic Modeling identified Hadith with similar repeated words and similar topics or concepts. we used this technique to re-index the collection of Hadith and produced a different index of Hadith text and presented it in a separate category, we call this category HodHood indexing
This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.