IMAM E AZAM ABU HANIFA Radi Allahu anhu


Imam al-Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu Anhu

 IMAM E AZAM ABU HANIFA Radi Allahu anhu
Compiled from the Book ‘Imam Azam Abu Hanifa’
By Hazrat Allama Sayed Shah Turab-ul-Haq Qaadiri Razvi

Translated into English through the Blessings of
Ghaus-ul-Waqt Huzoor Mufti-e-Azam Hind Rehmatullahi ‘ta’ala alaih

By a humble servant of Allah
Muhammad Afthab Cassim al-Qaadiri Razvi Noori

Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu

All that has been mentioned up to this point makes the importance of Fiqh and the status of the Fuqaha very evident. It must be noted that amongst the Four Great Imams of Fiqh, the most superior and blessed status has been afforded to Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu, and it is for this reason that even the greatest Imams in History have referred to him as Imam-e-Azam Radi Allahu anhu.

The Imam of the Shafi’i Madhab, Hazrat Sayyiduna Imam Ash Shafi’i Radi Allahu anhu says:

‘All the Ulama and Fuqaha amongst the people are the descendants of Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu in the issue of Fiqh, and Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu is the distant ancestor. Without reading and studying his books, neither can anyone become a big Aalim, nor can he become a Faqih.’

Imam Abu Hanifa Nu’man bin Thaabit Radi Allahu anhu was born in Kufa. There is a difference of opinion amongst the Ulama regarding the year of his birth, some say 70 Hijri and some mention that he was born in the year 80 Hijri. Shareh Bukhari Mufti Muhammad Shariful Haq Amjad Alaih rehma says; ‘Many people give preference to his birth being in 80 Hijri, but many of the Muhaqiqeen have given preference to 70 Hijri. According to this humble servant (Shareh Bukhari), 70 Hijri is the correct date.’

His name was Nu’man bin Thaabit and his title ‘Abu Hanifa’. Regarding the excellence of Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu, Sheikh Abdul Haq Muhadith Delhwi Rehmatullahi ‘ta’ala alaih writes: ‘Some of the Ulama have mentioned that mention of Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu has been made in the Taurat. There is a narration from Hazrat Ka’ab bin Ahbar Radi Allahu anhu that in the Taurat which was revealed upon Hazrat Moosa Alaih salaam, we have found that Almighty Allah says; “There will be a Noor in the Ummat of Muhammadur Rasoolullah Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam, and its title will be Abu Hanifa.” This is verified by the title Siraajul Ummat which has been afforded to Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu. [Taáruf Fiqh wa Tasawuf pg 225]

Allama Maufiq bin Ahmed Makki Rehmatullahi ‘ta’ala alaih (575 A.H.) reports that it is narrated on the authority of Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radi Allahu anhu that Rasoolullah Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam said; ‘A man will be born in my Ummat, who will be known as Abu Hanifa. He will be the lamp of my Ummah on the Day of Qiyaamah.’ [Manaaqib lil Maufiq pg 50]

Hazrat Anas Radi Allahu anhu reports that Rasoolullah Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam said; ‘A person will be born in my Ummat, who will be named Nu’man and his title will be Abu Hanifa. He will revive the Deen of Allah and my Sunnah.’ [Manaaqib lil Maufiq pg 55]

Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu is a Taabi’ee

A Taabi’ee is one who saw a Companion of the Holy Prophet Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam with the eyes of Imaan. This is the next level of excellence that has been awarded to anyone after the status of the Companions of Rasoolullah Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam. Hazrat Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi  Allahu anhu was afforded with the honour and the status of being a Taabi’ee. Allama Ibn Hajar Makki Alaih rehma says ‘It is reported from Imam Zahabi Alaih rehma and proven from an authentic narration that as a child, Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu was blessed with seeing Hazrat Anas bin Maalik Radi Allahu anhu. He used to apply a reddish dye. Most of the Muhaditheen agree that a Taabi’ee is one who saw any Sahabi.’ [Al Khairaatul Hasaan pg 73]

One narration mentions that Hazrat Anas bin Maalik Radi Allahu anhu passed from this world in 90 Hijri, and another narration mentions that he passed from this world in 93 Hijri. In both cases, it would be correct to accept that Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu did make ziyarat of him. When Hafiz Ibn Hajar Shafi’i was asked with regards to Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu being a Taabi’ee, he answered with the following words; ‘Imam Abu Hanifa was blessed with seeing a Mubaarak Jamaát of Sahaba-e-Kiraam. According to one narration he was born in 80 Hijri in Kufa. At that time, amongst the Sahaba-e-Kiraam that were present in Kufa, was Hazrat Abdullah ibn Abu Ufa Radi Allahu anhu. He either passed away in 88 Hijri or just after that. At the same time, Hazrat Anas bin Malik Radi Allahu anhu was in Basra. He passed from this world in 90 Hijri or just after that. Ibn Sa’ad has mentioned with on a very authentic merit, that Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu saw Hazrat Anas bin Malik Radi Allahu anhu. With the exception of these Sahaba-e-Kiraam, numerous other Sahaba were present in numerous other cities at this time, who live after this. Imam Suyuti Radi Allahu anhu says that Imam Abu Ma’shar Tabri Shafi’i Radi Allahu anhu mentioned Hadith in his books, which Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu mentioned which he narrated from Sahaba-e-Kiraam Radi Allahu anhum. He mentions that Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu met with the following seven companions of Rasoolullah Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam:

1. Sayyiduna Anas bin Malik
2. Sayyiduna Abdulla bin Haarith bin Jaza’
3. Sayyiduna Jaabir bin Abdullah
4. Sayyiduna Mu’qil bin Yasaar
5. Sayyiduna Waathila ibnil Asqa’
6. Sayyiduna Abdullah bin Unais
7. Sayyidatuna A’isha bint Ajrad

Radi Allahu anhum

Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu reported 3 Hadith from Hazrat Anas Radi Allahu anhu; 2 Hadith from Sayyiduna Waathila Radi Allahu anhu; and 1 Hadith each from Sayyiduna Abdullah bin Unais Radi Allahu anhu, Sayyidatuna A’isha bint Ajrad Radi Allahu anha and Sayyiduna Abdullah bin Jaza Radi Allahu anhu’. He also reported a Hadith from Sayyiduna Abdullah bin Abi Ufa Radi Allahu anhu and all these Ahadith are reported other than this chain of transmission as well. [Tabayazus Sahifa pg 7]

It is further mentioned in Durr-e-Mukhtar that Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu met with twenty companions of Rasoolullah Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam and it has been mentioned in Khulaasa Akmaal fi Asma’ir Rijaal that he saw 26 Sahaba-e-Kiraam Radi Allahu anhum. If we accept that Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu was born in 80 Hijri, then it must be noted that the following Sahaba-e-Kiraam were still physically in this world at that time in numerous cities. Those who are known to have been physically in this world in that time are:

1. Hazrat Abdur Rahman bin Abdul Qari      [81 Hijri]
2. Hazrat Taariq bin Shihaab Kufi                  [82 Hijri]
3. Hazrat Umar bin Abu Salma                       [83 Hijri]
4. Hazrat Waathil ibnil Asqa                           [83, 85 or 86 Hijri]
5. Hazrat Abdullah bin Jaza’                           [85 Hijri]
6. Hazrat Amr bin Hareeth                             [85 Hijri]
7. Hazrat Abu Umama Baahili                       [86 Hijri]
8. Hazrat Hazrat Qabisah bin Zuwaib         [86 Hijri]
9. Hazrat Abdullah bin Abu Ufa                   [87 or 88 Hijri]
10. Hazrat Utbah bin Abdus Salma             [87 Hijri]
11. Hazrat Miqdam bin Ma’di Kurb             [87 Hijri]
12. Hazrat Sahl bin Sa’ad                               [88 or 91 Hijri]
13. Hazrat Abdullah bin Basr                        [88 or 96 Hijri]
14. Hazrat Abdullah bin Tha’lba                  [89 Hijri]
15. Hazrat Saa’ib bin Khilad                         [91 Hijri]
16. Hazrat Saa’ib bin Yazid                           [91, 92 or 94 Hijri]
17. Hazrat Mahmood bin Rabi’                    [91 or 99 Hijri]
18. Hazrat Malik bin Aus                              [92 Hijri]
19. Hazrat Anas bin Malik                            [92, 93 or 95 Hijri]
20. Hazrat Malik ibnil Hawareeth              [94 Hijri]
21. Hazrat Mahmood bin Lubaid                [96 Hijri]
22. Hazrat Abu Umama Ansari                   [100 Hijri]
23. Hazrat Abut Tufail Aamir bin Waathila [102 or 110 Hijri]
24. Hazrat Abul Badah                                 [117 Hijri]

His Character
Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu possessed exemplary character and moral values. Abu Nu’aim Radi Allahu anhu says as follows, ‘Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu had a pleasant face. He was well dressed and his smelled good and his gatherings were virtuous. He was a very caring and kind person, and showed much affection and care towards his companions.’

Umar bin Ham’mad Radi Allahu anhu says; ‘He was very handsome and well dressed. He used a lot of fragrance. When he approached or when he emerged from his home, the scent of his fragrance would reach there even before he arrived.’ [Khateeb Baghdadi Vol 13 Page 330]

Hazrat Abdullah ibn-e-Mubaarak Radi Allahu anhu said to Hazrat Sufyan Thauri Radi Allahu anhu; ‘Hazrat Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu remained miles away from committing gheebat. I have never ever heard of him backbiting in regards to any of his opponents.’ Sufyan Radi Allahu anhu said; ‘By Allah! He was a very intelligent person. He did not wish to place any such thing of his good deeds, which would be a source of destroying his virtuous deeds.’

Once, a woman intended to sell a bail of silk fabric to him. He asked her regarding the price of the fabric. She mentioned that she would charge a 100 for it. He said that she was asking for a very minimal price as the fabric was much more valuable. The lady then said that she would charge 200. Again he objected and said that it was too cheap, so she increased the price by another 100. This went on, until the price reached 400. He said ‘This is even more valuable than four hundred.’ She said, ‘Are you mocking me?’ He gave her 500 and then purchased the fabric. His piety and truthfulness benefited his business instead of plunging him into any loss.

Subhaan’Allah! Look at the character and the manner in which Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu did business.

His Fear for Allah and Piety
Hafiz Ibn Hajar Radi Allahu anhu whilst discussing the piety and Allah fearing of Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu writes as follows in Al Khairatul Hasaan: ‘Asad bin Amr Radi Allahu anhu says that at night, the sound of Imam Azam Abu Hanifa’s weeping could be heard. He would weep to the extent that his neighbours would feel sad for him. Waqi’Radi Allahu anhu says that he was faithful and trustworthy and Allah’s Grandeur and Magnificence was well embedded in his heart. He gave precedence to the Pleasure of Allah, over everything else, and even if he had to be cut into pieces with a sword, he would not have left seeking the pleasure of his Creator. His Rub became so pleased with him, like he is pleased with an Abraar. Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu was from amongst the Abraar.’  [Al Khairatul Hasaan page 12]

Hazrat Abdullah ibn Mubaarak Radi Allahu anhu says; ‘I have not seen a person more pious than Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu. What can be said about such a person, before who heaps of wealth is placed, yet he does not even raise his eyes to look towards it. He was lashed for this reason, but still he remained patient. And what can be said about that person, who for sake of Allah’s Pleasure, endured hardships, but he did not accept wealth and the like, and he did not desire (wealth or its like), like others usually do, for which people make hundreds of excuses and efforts to attain it. By Allah! He was different from all those scholars who desired that the world should follow them. He used to flee from it. [Manaaqib lil Maufiq]

After presenting a lengthy discussion on Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu Imam Ibn Hajar Shafi’i Radi Allahu anhu says ‘When he would perform his Namaaz at night, then the sound of his tears falling on the grass mat could be heard, just as one hears the raindrops fall. The sign of his fasting could be seen in his eyes and on his face. (All I can say) is that, Allah have Mercy on him, and be pleased with him.’ [Al Khairatul Hasaan]

His abstention from the company of the Rulers
Once, the Abbasi Khalifa sent him 200 Dinars. He returned it by saying ‘I have no right over it’. Once, the Ameerul Mo’mineen of the era sent forth a beautiful servant to him, but he did not accept. He said ‘I do all my chores with my own hands. Thus, I have no need for a slave-girl (maid).’

Once, the Governor made a request to him by saying ‘Sir! You should visit me every now and then, so that I too may acquire some benefit.’ He boldly replied ‘What will I get from meeting with you? If you treat me with compassion, then I will fall within your payroll, and if you become upset with me, and then distance me after granting me closeness, then for me it is a means of embarrassment. So, I have no need for the wealth which you possess, and none can rob me of the wealth (i.e. knowledge) which I possess.’

Love for His Parents
Even though he was blessed with such vast knowledge and excellence, Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu was a humble and affectionate personality. He showed dear love to his parents and honoured them with the honour that they deserved. His mother would often pity him due to the hardships he was forced to face in striving for the truth. Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu personally mentions the following: ‘When I would be lashed (for speaking the truth), my mother would say to me; ‘Abu Hanifa! Knowledge has brought you to this level of endurance. Leave this knowledge and live the life of the ordinary people in the world.’ I said; ‘My Beloved Mother! If I have to leave knowledge, how then will I attain the Pleasure of Allah?’

Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu says; ‘I give out 20 Dirhams of khairaat (charity of good virtue) every Friday, for the Esaal-e-Sawaab of my parents, and I have taken a vow for this. I give 10 dirhams for my father and 10 dirhams for my mother.’ With the exception of this, he used to distribute other things as Sadqa on behalf of his parents as well. [Al Khairatul Hasaan 196]

Imam Azam’s Intelligence and Insight
Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu was a very intelligent and wise personality. It was his intelligence and wisdom that complimented his personality. Imam Ali bin Aasim Radi Allahu anhu says ‘If the intelligence of Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu had to be weighed with the intelligence of half the people of the world, then the intelligence of Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu would supersede them all.’ A few incidents relating to the intelligence of Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu are being presented below.

First Incident: A man had an argument with his wife, and during the course of the argument, she had a cup of water in her hand and was walking towards him with it. He said; ‘If you drink water from that cup, then there are three Talaaqs upon you; If you drop it (pour it) onto the ground, then too there are three Talaaqs upon you; and even if you give it to some other person to drink, there are three Talaaqs upon you.’ After his anger subsided, he realised what he had done and thus took his case before the learned Ulama, but none could find a solution to stop the Talaaq from applying on his wife. Finally, he went to Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu and presented his case. He said; ‘Put a rag into the cup and soak the water into it. In this way, your condition will be fulfilled and your wife will be saved from Talaaq.’

Second Incident: There was a wealthy raafdhi (shia) residing in the city of Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu. He had an abundance of wealth. He always hosted gatherings, but during these gatherings, he would audaciously claim that (Allah Forbid), Hazrat Uthman-e-Ghani Radi Allahu anhu was a Jew. Hazrat Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu went to his home. He recognised Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu based on his knowledge and standing in the community. Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu commenced a conversation with him and whilst talking to him, he said; ‘I have brought a proposal of marriage for your daughter. He is the son of a Sayed and also a very wealthy person. He has memorised the Qur’an-e-Paak and he stays away for most parts of the night praying. In an entire night, he completes the recitation of the entire Qur’an. He is very afraid of Allah.’ When the raafdhi heard this, he said; ‘Sir! It is very difficult to find a person of such standing. Please be swift in this arrangement. I do not want any delays in this. I have been in search of a son in-law like this.’ Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu said; ‘There is however one issue. He has such a quality which you will not be pleased with.’ He asked what this was, so Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu said; ‘He is a Jewish by faith.’ He said; ‘Being an Aalim, you are advising me to marry my daughter to a Jew!’ Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu said; ‘If you are not willing to marry your daughter to a wealthy and reputable Jew then could Rasoolullah Salla Allahu ta’ala’alayhi wa sallam have given two of his daughters into the marriage of someone if he was a Jew?’ On hearing what Imam Azam Radi Allahu anhu had to say, he immediately repented and changed his view in regards to Hazrat Uthman Radi Allahu anhu. These incidents and all that has been mentioned in this discussion point to the intelligence and wisdom of Imam Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu. There is no doubt that he is Imam Azam.

Imam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu anhu passed from this world in 150 Hijri. We pray that Almighty Allah showers the rains of Mercy over his Holy Grave and blesses us through his Blessings and knowledge.

Imam al-Azam Abu Hanifa Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu

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