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Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim
In the name of Allah the Most Gracious the Most Merciful


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GHUSL (Purification bath or Total ablution)
Ghusl is the Islamic method of washing the entire body with water in order to purify oneself from the state of major impurity. This form of purification is prescribed in the Holy Quran.

Ghusl becomes compulsory for a Muslim after the following conditions or Physical Activities-:

  • After Sexual Intercourse whether one ejaculated or not
  • After discharge of Semen due to Sexual Stimulation while awake or asleep
  • After menstruation
  • When bleeding stops after childbirth                                                   


The compulsory actions or Three (3)  Fard in Ghusl (Total Ablution) are as follows:​

  • To gargle 
  • To wash inside of nostril
  • To wash the entire body from head to beneath feet thoroughly so that no part of body is left dry.


* Cutting ones nail is not part of Ghusl however as part of cleanliness it is necessary to keep our nails trimmed and clean at all times.(See Below for nail cutting chart)

 GENERAL NOTES ABOUT GHUSL
It is mandatory for a Muslim woman to perform Ghusl after her menstrual cycle so that she can perform Salah. It is not permissible for her to have intercourse with her husband until she performs Ghusl.

 [And they ask you about menstruation. Say, "It is harm, so keep away from wives during menstruation. And do not approach them until they are pure. And when they have purified themselves, then come to them from where Allaah has ordained for you.] [Quran 2:222]
Purification does not mean merely that the blood stops, but also the act of Ghusl afterwards.

Ghusl is desirable in the following instances-:

  • On the occasion of Jummah (Friday Congregational Prayer)
  • The Two (2)  Eids i.e., Eid Ul Fitr & Eid Ul Adha)
  • Before entering into Ihraam for Umrah/Hajj
  • After giving Ghusl to the deceased
  • On entering the Holy Cities of Makkah & Medina