Author(s): Fatma AYDIN

Abdulhaq al-Dihlawi (d. 1052/1642), a member of one of the Turkish families who emigrated from Bukhara to Delhi during the Mongolian invasion, is considered to be the person who revived the hadith educationn 17th century in Delhi. It has played an important role in the formation of a deep-rooted hadith tradition in the Indian sub-continent and the transfer of the hadith accumulation in the Hejaz to Delhi. Thanks to his scholarly efforts, hadith lessons have been permanently included in the madrasah curricula and hadith studies and translations of hadith has gained momentum. Many of his works are the first in India. Abdulhaq alDihlawi draws attention not only with the lessons he read and the books he wrote, but also with his efforts to revive the Sunnah. This study aims to reveal his efforts and contributions in the field of hadith after briefly mentioning his scientific life and works. In this context, it will also be possible to talk about the development of hadith in the Indian sub-continent before Abdulhaq al-Dihlawi and the famous figures who served this science. In addition, the revival of the circumcision which Dihlawi, who is the contemporary of Imam Rabbani, tries to realize in his own period and the struggle against bidat will be emphasized.


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