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Miftah-ul-Janna (Booklet for way to Paradise)

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4– To be over-attentive in making mazmaza and istinshâq. (Masmaza means to rinse the mouth with water, and istinshâq means to snuff up water through the nostrils.) Ghusl will not be sahîh if there is a space as wide as the point of a needle unmoistened within the mouth or inside the nostrils. To make an ablution for namâz when beginning to make a ghusl. 5– To make niyya(t) for making a ghusl. 6– To rub each limb being poured water on, with hands. 7– To pour water first on the head, and next on the right and left shoulders, three times each. 8– To make khilâl between fingers and toes. In other words, to moisten between fingers and toes. 9– Not to turn your front or back towards the Qibla. 10– Not to talk on worldly matters when making o ghusl. 11– To make mazmaza and istinshâq three times each. 12– To begin washing each limb from the right. 13– Not to urinate at the place where you are making a ghusl if it is a place where the water (being used for the ghusl) is making up pools. There are other sunnats in addition to these sunnats which we have listed. PRAYER of TAWHÎD Yâ Allah, yâ Allah. Lâ ilâha il-l-Allah Muhammadun Rasûlullah. Yâ Rahmân, yâ Rahîm, yâ ’afuwwu yâ Kerîm, fa’fu ’annî wa-r-hamnî yâ enham-er-râhimîn! Tawaffanî musliman wa alhiqnî bi-s-sâlihîn. allâhummaghfilî wa li-âbâî wa ummahâtî wa li âbâ-i wa ummahât-i-zawjâti wa li-ajdâdî wa jaddâtî wa l-ebnâî wa benâtî wa li-ihwatî wa ahawâtî wa li-a’mâmî wa ammâtî wa li ahwâlî wa hâlâtî wa li ustâzî ’Abd-ul-Hakîm-i-Arwâsî wa li-kâffa-t-ilmu’minîna wa-l-mu’minât. ‘Rahmatullâhi ta’âlâ ’alaihim ajma’în’. THE CHAPTER on HAID wa NIFÂS (Menstrual and Puerperal Periods) Menstrual period is three days minimum and ten days maximum. There is not a fewest-days limit for puerperal period. As soon as the bleeding comes to an end it is necessary to make a – 76 –

ghusl and to perform namâz and to fast. It is forty days maximum. If the menstrual bleeding stops before the (minimum) three-days limit is over, the woman concerned makes qadâ of the prayers of namâz that she did not perform because she thought she was undergoing menstruation. [1] A ghusl is not necessary in this case. If the bleeding stops after the three-day period is over, then she makes a ghusl and performs the namâz within the prescribed time of which the bleeding stopped. After the (maximum) ten-days limit is over, she makes a ghusl and performs the time’s namâz, regardless of whether or not the bleeding has stopped. When the (maximum) forty-days period is over and therefore she has made a ghusl, she performs her namâz regardless of whether or not the bleeding has come to an end. All sorts of discharge during menstrual or puerperal days must be judged to be bleeding, (yellowish and turbid discharge alike.) If bleeding discontinues for one or two days within the ten days of menstruation or the forty days of lochia and she makes a ghusl and fasts because she thinks that bleeding has come to an end and then bleeding recurs within the period, she will have to make qadâ of the fasts (that she has performed as if she had not performed them at all). And she will have to make a ghusl again when the bleeding is over. If the bleeding stops before her ’âdat and yet after the third day (of bleeding), then she makes a ghusl and performs her namâz. However, she does not have sexual intercourse with her husband before her ’âdat is over. The same rule applies in lochia. If the bleeding comes to an end after her ’âdat [2] is over and yet on the tenth day of bleeding or earlier, the entire period experienced is haid. If bleeding does not come to an end but continues after the tenth day is over, the bleeding after her ’âdat is not haid, and she will have to make qadâ of prayers belonging to those extra days, (i.e. the days after her ’âdat.) Forty puerperal days are identical with ten menstrual days. When haid (menstrual bleeding) or nifâs (puerperal bleeding) [1] To make qadâ of an act of farz worship means to perform it after its prescribed time is over. [2] The period between the day when bleeding is seen to start and the day when it is seen to stop is called ’âdat. It is three days minimum and ten days maximum in the Hanafî Madhhab, one day minimum and fifteen days maximun in Shâfi’î and Hanbalî Madhhabs. Please see the fiftieth page of the 2008 – fourteenth edition of the fourth fascicle of Endless Bliss for details. – 77 –

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