Mishkaatul Masabih (A Niche for Lamps) is an extended version of Al-Imaam Al-Baghawi's Masabih As-Sunnah by Ash-Shaykh Al-Muhaddith Muḥammad ibn ʻAbd Allaah's Khatib Al-Tabrizee. Al-Imaam Al-Khateeb At-Tabrizee died 741 AH (1340 or 1341 CE). He wrote this version of the original text to be more accessible to those not having an advanced knowledge of the science of hadith. It contains between 4434 and 5945 hadith, divided into 29 books and is considered by Scholars an important writing. At-Tabrizee added 1511 hadith to the haadith contained in the collection Masabih As-Sunnah. Al-Baghawi classified many hadith as authentic when at times Al-Tabrizi did not agree. Al-Tabrizi expounded on the labels he placed on the hadith and re-classified many of them. He added a third section to Masabih as-Sunnah, which was already divided in two parts by Al-Baghawi. Al-Baghawi did not mention the Isnaad of the hadith he collected, Al-Tabrizi mentions the source from where the hadith is originally found making the text more reliable. Ash-Shaykh Muhammad Saalih Al-Uthaymeen explains the Ahaadith beautifully in this explanation that he wrote himself and was printed by his foundation in KSA. Printed in two huge volumes which could have easily been split into four. The First volume contains 913 pages and the second volume contains 756 pages printed on yellow paper.