Who was Abu Dawood Sulayman?
Abu Dawud Sulayman Ibn al-Ash’ath al-Azdi, commonly known as Abu Dawud was one of the scholars who compiled the six collections of hadith and was famous for his book Sunan Abu Dawud, which is one of the references of the Prophet’s Hadith (sayings).
Which Era does Abu Dawood belongs to?
Where Abu Dawood born and which countries he traveled?
Which countries Abu Dawood traveled to compile hadiths?
He presented “Sunan” Abu Dawud to Imam Ahmad bin Handal
Types of hadith collected by Abu Dawood
Book of Sunan Abu Dawud printed in 1871 volumes divided in 35 books
Explanations of Sunan Abu Dawud
Other works of Abu Dawood
Death of Abu Dawood