1. Wash both hands up to the wrists.
2. Wash the private parts. (The hands and private parts should be washed irrespective of whether there is any impurity on them or not.)
3. Thereafter, any impurity found on the rest of the body should be washed.
4. Then perform wudhu.
5. Thereafter, pour water on the head three times.
6. Thereafter pour water over the right and left shoulders three times each in such a way that water reaches the entire body.
7. Whilst pouring water over the body rub the body well so that water reaches everywhere properly and no place remains dry.
1. Do not face the qiblah.
2. Do not waste water. (Too much of water should not be used, nor should so little be used, that one is unable to wash thoroughly.)
3. Bath in such a place where no one can see you.
4. Do not talk while bathing.
5. After bathing, the body should be wiped with a cloth or towel.
6. Hasten to cover the body after bathing.
7. Do not to read the kalimah or any other dua while bathing.
8. Even if an area equal to a hair’s breadth is left dry, the ghusl (fardh) will not be complete.
The fardh acts of ghusal are only three:
1) To gargle the mouth in such a way that water reaches everywhere.
2) To wash the nose up to the soft bone.
3) To pour water over the entire body, ensuring that no part of the body is left dry.