How to perform Ghusl or Bath – Islamic Law

Ghusl is an Islamic bathing of the whole body from the head to the fate. sometimes a Ghusl is wajib to perform,
and sometimes it is mustahab.

Wajib Ghusl is include a Gusl of hide. ie menstruation for women. Gusl of blood
discharge after childbirth.

Ghusl of Istehabah. ie irregular blood discharge for women. and Ghusl for touching a dead body are also given to a dead body, and Ghusl of janaba. a person becomes in the state of janaba, after copulation or seminal discharge.

when a person is in the state of janaba. it is haram to touch any letter of the Quran, with any part of your body. all the names of Allah. it is haram to enter a Masjid al-haram in Mecca and the Masjid of the Prophet in Medina staying in other mosques or even entering a mosque to take something from it is Haram.

but there is no problem if he passed through the mosque by entering window and exiting another. it is also Haram to recite any of the four verses of prostration in the Holy Quran. as for the Makrooh things while in the state of janaba.

it is Makruh to eat and drink unless one washes his face and hands and rinses his mouth. it is Makruh to read more than seven verses of the holy Quran that do not include the verses of prostration. touching the cover or blank pages of the Quran or even keeping the Quran with oneself is Makrooh dyeing your hair rubbing oil on the body, and sleeping is Makruh in some places it is worried to perform a Ghusl.

If you are in the state of Janaba before any of the five daily prayers. there are two ways of performing

one way is by immersing the entire body in the water in one go. but it is not necessary for the entire body
to be out of the water before starting Ghusl.

for example: we are already in the water, and our head is not. we make the intention of losses and go under the
water completely, making sure the water reaches all body parts done. note: if a person is in the haram while
performing hajj or Umrah. they must not perform this immersive Ghusl also while one is fasting and you need to perform Ghusl.

some scholars say, that the fast will be broken because the emergency head underwater. so you perform the second way of Ghusl. the second way of performing Ghusl is the sequential method.

for example: if we stand under the shower. first we make the intention of seeking closeness to Allah. now based on obligatory precautions, we wash the entire head and neck. but washing inside the ears and nose and
whatever is considered to be an inner part of the body is not wear do.

now you wash the whole right side of your body and then the whole left side.
note: some scholars have not specified the right before the left. for example after the washing of the head and neck, you just wash the rest of your body. some of the conditions of Ghusl.

the water must be tired not mixed water, and you must have permission to use it. if there are obstacles they must be removed. if a verse of the Holy Quran or a name of Allah is written on a part of the body and you are performing a sequential Ghusl.

then you must make the water reach the area in a way, the your hand does not touch the writing. some scholars state that once you perform the Ghusl of Janaba. you can perform prayer without Wudu.

you can even perform one Ghusl for a number of other Ghusl in one. for example you make your intention for
Ghusl of Janaba. Ghusl of Friday and so on. and perform one Ghusl for all of them.

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