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I recently came to know that they are 6 main books of hadees of Ahle-Sunnat (Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim and others) while Ahle-Tashee has 4 books along Nahjul-Balaga.

It made me to think,

  • Why there are different books (and what seperates them)?
  • How do scholars of both sides see books of each other?
  • What were the principals used for collecting those ahadees?
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  • Salam and welcome to IslamSE the Q&A site about Islam. Please note that you are asking multiple questions in one single post (see this discussion in our meta) each of them could need a book content to answer. To make it simple both sects are different in many aspects, especially from their political and partly theological interpretation so of course there's a lot of difference. As in each side you may find people regarding the other as its opponent or even as a disbeliever.
    – Medi1Saif
    Jan 22 at 7:56

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