Ablution



Ablution after eating mutton and Sawiq


Ablution after putting on Khuffs


Ablution after sleeping, dozing, nodding & slumber


Ablution with water which has been used


Ablutions virtues

   

After eating Sawiq


Carrying an Anza spear-headed stick along with the water


Cleaning of the nose


Cleaning the private parts with an odd number of stones


Cleaning the private parts with dung


Cleaning the private parts with stones


Cleaning the private parts with the right hand


Cleansing the mouth and nose


Daughter washing blood from father's face


Defecating in the houses


Defecating while sitting over two bricks


Do not hold the private parts with the right hand while urinating


Drinking the remaining water after ablution


Going to the water closet


Impure things falling in foodstuffs and water


Looking for water when prayer is due


Never face the Qibla while urinating or defecating


One should not repeat ablution if in doubt


Part of Islamic Law

   

Passing urine while sitting or standing


Passing wet hands over head only once


Passing wet hands over shoes covering ankles


Passing wet hands over the whole head during ablution


Performing ablution after deep sleep


Performing ablution from an earthenware pot


Performing ablution on having no Hadath


Performing ablution with Nabldh water in which grapes or dates have been soaked


Performing ablution with one Mudd of water


Pouring water for someone performing ablution


Pouring water over urine in the mosque


Prayer is not accepted without purification


Protecting clothing from Urine


Providing water at lavatories


Putting a dead body or polluted thing on the back of someone praying


Reciting Qur'an or other prayers after Hadath


Rinsing mouth after drinking milk


Rinsing the mouth


Sin for being soiled by urine


Sleeping with ablution


Somebody else carrying water for purification


Spilling water over urine


Spitting or blowing nose in one's garment


Spots not completely removed


Sprinkling remaining water on an unconscious person


Starting from the right side of the body


The completion or perfection of ablution


The Siwak toothbrush made of roots of Arak tree.


The superiority of ablution


To perform a light ablution


To perform ablution from water containers


To recite 'In the Name of Allah' during every action


To wash the face with both hands


Urinating in stagnant water


Urinating in the mosque


Urinating near dumps


Urinating while screened next to a companion


Urine of animals


Urine of children


Using the remaining water after ablution


Washing a utensil seven times out of which a dog ate or drank


Washing both feet


Washing out blood


Washing out semen with water


Washing out urine


Washing the feet up to the ankles


Washing the feet when one is wearing shoes


Washing the heels


Washing the parts once only when taking ablution


Washing the parts thrice when taking ablution


Washing the parts twice when taking ablution


Washing the private parts after answering the call


When ablution is necessary and not


Women answering the call of nature


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