Women’s TAHARAT

In religious terms, Taharat is defined as purity and cleanliness achieved by ablutions and spiritual cleansing (A concise encyclopedia of [...]
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    In religious terms, Taharat is defined as purity and cleanliness achieved by ablutions and spiritual cleansing (A concise encyclopedia of Islam). Taharat technically means cleaning oneself after any najasat (impurity) is found to be present on the body. Taharat may be characterized by different acts, such as wud’hu (ablution before prayer), ghusa’l (bath after nocturnal discharge and sexual intercourse)—both of which are compulsory acts under the said conditions—and using Miswak to clean the teeth, which is not compulsory, but Musnoon (a practice of the Holy Prophet  (PBUH) we must follow)

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