Learning the fiqh of ghusl is important. We need to know when is ghusl Fardh on us and when is it wajib. When we were studying the fiqh of ghusl with our teacher, he accepted that this is the least talked about topic in the lectures and khutba and many women do not know when it is fardh for them to do ghusl and as a result they end up remaining in Janabat and missing their salah.
There are many mis-notions among the women about the ghusl after haidh / periods. It is surprising to note that some community do not regard the ghusl to be complete if the women do not rub their body with mud. But in reality, if one needs to come out of the najasat all he/ she needs to do is to make sure they have washed the parts that are fardh and do the ghusl in the sunnah way.
Below is the summary of the Fiqh of ghusl which is taken from the book Ascent to felicity, an English translation of the book “Maraqi al sa’adat by Abu al Ikhlas al shurunbulali who is also the author of Nurul iddah” This is according to Hanafi law of Islamic Jurispudence.
The following three actions are obligatory integrals of the ghusl:The Faraidh of ghusl without which the ghusl will not be proper.
Among the emphasized sunnas of the ghusl are the following, in this order:
The ghusl is of three types:
Obligatory It is fardh to do ghusl ), namely, when any one of the following things occur:
( 1) The emission of sperm/sexual fluid (mani) that leaves its normal place inside the body with pleasure [even if it exits without pleasure], for any reason, such as a wet dream or by
looking [at someone or something with lust];
( i.) The disappearance of the head of the penis into the vagina of a human being whose body is desirable [even if without emission of sexual fluid];
( 3) The ending of menstruation or postnatal bleeding;
Mandatory (wajib), namely, for someone who becomes Muslim while in a state of major ritual impurity, although the sounder opinion is that the bath is obligatory on him, not mandatory (wajib);
(I) The Friday prayer (jumu’a),
(2) The two ‘id prayers,
(3) Entering into the state of pilgrim sanctity (ihram),
(4) The Day of ‘Arafa,
( 5) Entering Makka,
( 6) Entering Madina, the illuminated City,
( 7) Visiting the Prophet Sallalhu alaihe wa sallam
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