Reviews of A Manual of Hadith
The Tribune, Lahore, 31 December 1944:
| "A Manual of Hadith is, in reality, a digest of Islam,
being an excellent collection of the Quranic quotations and significant
sayings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad on numerous subjects which
almost cover the whole range of human experience. . . . For students
of comparative religions it will serve as an exceedingly useful
guide to Islamic studies. The book is written in gripping style
and will be considered in the religious world as a standard work
of enduring value and a lucid exposition of the Muslim culture."
Islamic Culture, Vol. xviii, 1944:
| "His great zeal for Islam has enabled him at his present advanced
age to produce yet another work of great interest and importance,
viz., A Manual of Hadith. It is a collection of the traditions
of the Prophet arranged according to their subjects such as Faith,
Revelation, Prayer, Alms, Fasting, Jihad, Marriage, Gifts, Wills
and Inheritance, Food and Drinks.
The translation combines the qualities of accuracy, clarity
and readability to a high degree."