Muhyid-Din & Yahya
Abu Zakariya & An-Nawawi
Sharraf & Yahya
Abu Zakariya & Muhyid-Din
Born 601 AH; Died 676 AH
Born 931 AH; Died 979 AH
Born 631 AH; Died 676 AH
Born 676 AH; Died 711 AH
He was loved by Allah and loved by the people.
He gained strong memory.
He became eager for knowledge rather than sleep.
He had many children.
Laughing little and avoiding jest, speaking the truth, avoiding anything doubtful, and not fearing the blame of others.
Traveling for knowledge, attending many lectures, interaction with great scholars, and teaching.
Sleeping little, not marrying, using quraasa, and praying in the night.
None of the above.
Traveling for knowledge, studying at the Madrasa ArRawahiya, and intense worship
Bravery, concern for the poor, and patience
Thirst for knowledge, inviting to good and forbidding evil, and political involvement
Sincerety to Allah, spending time wisely, and writing many books.
As a teenager, he traveled to Damascus for intense studying.
He would study 12 lessons every day.
It is said that when he walked he would also be reading.
All of the above.
A concern for the Hereafter
An endowment to the community
A school of thought
A high level of scholastic achievement
Imam Nawawi showed that one should take the time and effort for ettiquete when being critical.
Imam Nawawi experienced the Mamlook Dynasty end and the Ayoob Dynasty begin.
Imam Nawawi was exiled by Dhahir Baybars.
Imam Nawawi's experience with the Mamlook Dynasty showed his zealousness in inviting to good and forbiding evil.
"Nay! On that Day they shall all be submissive. Some of them will step forward to question one another."
"It is only those who have knowledge among His slaves that fear Allah."
"Definitely, those who believe and practice good deeds, the Most Gracious will make for them affection."
"Stop them on the Day of Judgement. They will be questioned on what they have done."
Having a high level of scholarship.
Fearing none but Allah.
Avoiding the deseases of the heart.
Having a high level of sprituality.