Al-Baykunia Explanation is a manuscript classified within the sciences of hadith. Written by: Jad Al-Mawla, Muhammad bin Ma'dan Al-Hajri, who died in 1228 AH. Hasan Mustafa al-Sharif copied it in the thirteenth century AH using the Naskh script. The number of sheets was 33 sheets, the number of lines was 27, size: 21.5 × 16 cm. The manuscript begins with: (We praise you, O God, a praise that fulfills your many blessings, and we thank you that defends your wrath, and rewards your generosity more... since the term hadith is for the sake of Islamic sciences...) and ends with: (... but the forms of listening performance were mentioned only when it passed through them. It is a good detail, and this is the last thing I intended to summarize and collect... And may God’s prayers and peace be upon our master Muhammad and his family and companions) The author’s blank came in Rajab 1228 AH, and there are spaces within the lines in which the text was supposed to be written in red ink, but you will work in writing it ink. the black.