Pure Islamic Bath to take before going for Jumuat today.

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BismilLaahir Rahmaanir Raheem.

Both the essential and voluntary acts are now integrated here below to demonstrate how the Prophet (Peace be upon him) used to perform the ghusl:
I. Intend by heart to perform ghusl and say Bismillah.
Wash both hands up to the wrists three times. Wash your private parts properly. Perform wudhu as normal for salaat, except that the washing of feet should be delayed until later when the rest of the body is washed. Pour water over the head three times, massaging the hair to allow the water to reach its roots. Pour water liberally over the entire body, starting with the right side and then the left, ensuring that no part of the body is left untouched by water, including armpits, inside the earlobes, inside the navel, between fingers and toes etc. making sure they are properly washed by rubbing with your hands not just pouring water.
NOTE:
A woman performs ghusl just as the man does, except that if she has plaited hair, she need not undo it. She only needs to throw three handfuls of water over her head or wet the hair making sure it reaches the skull.

After completing the ghusl a person should recite the supplication for concluding the ghusl, which should be recited outside the bathroom if the bathroom is combined with toilet and shouldn’t be loud, the same supplication recited after completing wudhu which is ‘Ash-hadu ‘an laa ‘ilaaha ‘illallaahu wahdahu laa shareeka lahu wa ‘ash-hadu ‘anna Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa Rasooluhu. Allaahummaj’alnee minat-tawwaabeena waj’alnee minal-mutatahhireen.

You can use this ghusul to perform your salaat without repeating wuduu. This is the same ghusul we take after sunnah with our partners, after wet dreams, after sisters monthly cycle etc. Please Remember to recite Suuratul Kahf, men should use perfum, dress as we do for Eid and send more salawaat to our beloved Messenger of Allah and please remember me in your dua. You can ask any questions please but allow me more time to respond or keep sending the question till you hear from me be-iznilLah.

May Allah accept our little efforts and answer our dua. Aameen.

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