This is a rare insight into the teaching style of Sheikh-ul-Islam Syed Hussain Ahmed Madani where he teaches a hadith lesson in Darul Uloom Deoband.
This lecture is in Urdu, unfortunately i dont have the resources to translate it. This is the best quality lecture i could find, and in contrast with others that are available this is far the best.
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Hadhrat Maulana Husayn Ahmad Madni (ra) probably needs no introduction. He is among the senior khulafa (successors) of Hadhrat Maulana Rashid Ahmad Gangohi (ra.) He was appointed as Head Teacher and Shaykh al-Hadith of Darul Uloom Deoband after Allamah Anwar Shah Kashmiri (ra) had left the post. He filled this position for approximately 28 years. Prior to this, he had spent 18 years teaching various Islamic sciences including Hadith in Madinah al-Munawwarah.
Words cannot describe this Aalims sacrifices he made during British rule in Subcontinent. He taught Hadith for 17 years near the tomb of Holy Prophet (S.A.A.W) at Madinah Munawwarah. He was the man who used the hair of his beard to sweep the area around the Holy Prophets (S.A.A.W) tomb. He was the man who used to pick up the melon peels disposed off on the streets of Madinah, soak them in water and consume them and say: "This act is sufficent for my deliverance (from the fire of hell)" He was arrested with his ustad (teacher) Sheikhul-Hind Mahmoodul Hasan for taking part in the "movement of the silk-shawls" As he was being led away from Holy Prophets (S.A.A.W) tomb he burst out crying and said: "May the scenery of your Rawdah (tomb) remain shining, may the gate of Rawdah remain safe. May we also be awarded the devotion of Abu Zarr and may we be bestowed with the spirit of Bilal (Rad)"
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