The Description of Ghusl

Sunan of Ghusl

First description:

Narrated `Aisha: Whenever the Prophet (ﷺ) took a bath after Janaba he started by washing his hands and then performed ablution like that for the prayer. After that he would put his fingers in water and move the roots of his hair with them, and then pour three handfuls of water over his head and then pour water all over his body.[2]

1)      Intention

2)      Wash hands 3 times

3)      Wash private parts

4)      Perform full wudu

5)      Massage water into head 3 times and then pour water over your head 3 times.

6)      Clean your whole body starting from right side

Second description:

Narrated Maimuna bint Al-Harith:

I placed water for the bath of Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) and put a screen. He poured water over his hands, and washed them once or twice. (The sub-narrator added that he did not remember if she had said thrice or not). Then he poured water with his right hand over his left one and washed his private parts. He rubbed his hand over the earth or the wall and washed it. He rinsed his mouth and washed his nose by putting water in it and blowing it out. He washed his face, forearms and head. He poured water over his body and then withdrew from that place and washed his feet. I presented him a piece of cloth (towel) and he pointed with his hand (that he does not want it) and did not take it.[3]

1)      Intention

2)      Wash hands 3 times

3)      Wash private parts

4)      Perform full wudu

5)      Clean your whole body starting from right side

 

References: 

[1]Surah Maeda:6

[2] Recorded by Bukhari

[3] Recorded by Bukhari

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