Dress

'Say: Who has forbidden the adornment of Allah...'


A cloak with narrow sleeves


A woollen cloak


Adh-Dharira


Al-Qaza'


An iron ring


Angels do not enter a house with pictures inside


Applying scent to the head and beard


Artificial spaces between teeth


At-Talbid


Being asked to put life into a picture


Borrowing a necklace


Clipping nails


Combing one's hair


Covering one side of the body only


Covering the head and face with a covering sheet


Curly hair


Cursing picture-makers


Cutting short the mustaches


Dragging one's garment out of conceit


Dragging one's garment without conceit


Dyeing the hair


Earrings for women


Engraving in three lines


Gold rings


Green clothes


Grey hair


Hair braids


Hair parting


Hooded cloaks


Invoking Allah for one wearing new clothes


Leaving the beard


Lengthening hair artificially


Men adopting the manners of women


Men are forbidden to use saffron


Menstruating wife combing the hair of her husband


Mounting a man behind another man on an animal


Mounting a woman behind a man


Musk


Necklaces and Sikhabs worn by women


Not entering a house with pictures inside


Not refusing scent


Not to walk with only one shoe


Perfume


Picture-makers on the Day of Resurrection


Pictures


Pictures on things to trod on


Praying in clothes with pictures


Prohibiting effeminate men from houses


Putting on shoes


Removing hair from the face


Riding behind the rider on a camel


Rings for women


Silk for women


Silk is allowed for men suffering from an itch


Silver rings


Sitting on a mat made of date palm leaves


Sitting on pictures


Start combing from the right side


Taking off the left shoe first


The Aksiya and the Khama' is


The black Khamisa


The Burud


The engraving on the ring of the Prophet


The fringed Izar


The garment dyed with saffron


The helmit


The Ihtiba


The kind of scent recommended


The obliteration of pictures


The owner of the camel behind the rider


The part of the garment hanging below the ankles


The pocket opening of a shirt


The Prophet was contented with any clothes


The Qaba'


The red garment


The red leather tent


The red Maithara


The Rida


The Sabtiyya


The sandal with two straps


The Sikhab for boys


The stone of the ring


The wearing of Qassy


The wearing of shirts


The woman who gets herself tattooed


The woman who practices tattooing


Three riders on one camel


Throwing away a gold ring


To engrave a ring


To tuck up or roll up one's clothes


Touching silk but not wearing it


Trousers


Turbans


Using a ring as a stamp for letters


Using false hair


Using silk for bedding


Wearing a ring on the little finger


Wearing a ring with the stone towards the palm


Wearing silk clothes


White clothes


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