|Highlights Of Collection Of Hadith, Shi'a|
Hadith in the 1st Century
Saheefa of Ali
Referenced by Shi'i and Sunni scholars
Written by the Imam or Dictated to his Companions
Servant of the Prophet, close to Ali, d 30H
Sunan and Ah'kaam
Companion of the Prophet, d 78H
Hadith in the 2nd Century
Having references to Hadith
Zaid Ibn Ali
Hadith and Fiqh
Most of the writing by his Companions
The 400 Usool (400 books). Elaboration and expansion on Hadith
All referencing to Imam Ja'far Al-Saadiq. Completed by the time of Al-Hasan Al-Askari.
Hadith in the 3rd Century
Depending on the 400 Usool (the 400 Books) three massive works of collecting the Hadith through Ahlul Bayt, categorized and indexed, were done. It became a reference for about two centuries.
1. The Collection (AL-Jami') by Al-Warraq Al-Hadhrami
2. The Collection (AL-Jami') by Muhammad ibn Ahmad Al-Asha'ri
3. The Collection (AL-Jami') by Muhammad ibn Al-Hasan ibin Al-Waleed
Hadith in the 4th Century Till Now
16,199 Hadiths, most of which are Sahih, Hasan, Moothaq, or Qawiy.
Mun Laa Yah'dharhu Al-Faqeeh
5,973 Hadiths, with 3913 References.
12,590 Hadiths, in 93 chapters.