امام ابو حنیفہؒ کی صحابہ کرامؓ سے ملاقات اور بلا واسطہ روایات
Imam Abu Hanifa's meeting with the Companions of the Prophet (PBUH) and direct narrations
Keywords:Imam Abu Hanifa,, Direct Narrations, fiqh ul Hadith
Imam Abu Hanifa was a prominent early Islamic scholar and jurist who lived in the 8th century. He was born in Kufa, Iraq and is considered to be the founder of the Hanafi school of Sunni Islamic jurisprudence. He was a renowned expert in Islamic law and was known for his knowledge, integrity, and independent thinking. His teachings had a significant impact on the development of Islamic law and continue to be followed by a large number of Muslims today. In this article refers to a study or discussion of the meeting between the Imam Abu Hanifa, a prominent early Islamic jurist, and the companions of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), who were his contemporaries and directly witnessed the Prophet's teachings and actions. The focus may also be on the direct narrations or transmissions of knowledge that Imam Abu Hanifa received from the companions during this meeting, and how these influenced his development of Islamic law and theology.