(Riyad al-Salihin (Fourth Edition) is a manuscript classified under the sciences of hadith. Its author is Nawawi, Yahya bin Sharaf bin Mari, who died in the year 676 Hijiri. It was transcribed by Abd al-Rahman bin Muhammad bin Saeed Al Abdul Qadir on Sunday 11 Dhu al-Hijjah 1281 AH in the Naskh handwriting. It has 245 papers, and the number of lines is 20, with a size of 24 x 15.5 cm. It has traces of wetness in its beginning. It is a waqf (charitable trust) for Ali bin Muhammad bin Abu Nyan, who wrote it in his own handwriting in 1283 AH. Then the book entered the acquisition of Muhammad bin Hussein bin Saghir, a resident of Badaa’ Al-Khobar. It was dated 1355 AH and black ink was used in writing while red ink was used for the heads of chapters and hadiths, its cover was locally made from cardboard covered with cloth, and the spine was made of red leather.