• Rinse your mouth until the water reaches the back of your throat.
• Wash your nostrils till the flesh portion is gone.
• Whether purposefully or unintentionally, wash your entire body.
• Wet your entire body and thoroughly rub your hands.
• Do not recite a Ghusl Dua or execute a formal prayer.
• Do not touch or read any verses from the Holy Quran.
• Tawaf should not be performed in the vicinity of the Holy Kaaba, the House of God.
• Unless you are obliged to do so in an emergency, do not enter the mosque.
Ghusl refers to a major ablution in Islam, which entails bathing in ritually pure water.
If a person has scaling or moisture-induced skin and does not have access to clean water, he or she can purify oneself or herself using purified dust or sand. Tayammum is the Arabic word for dry purification.
It is suggested that you take the ceremonial bath by yourself. It is a spiritual bath that an individual should take on his or her own as he or she prepares to worship Allah.
Ghusl is a method of retaining cleanliness and gaining acceptance for duas. It is a kind of worship to Allah and is regarded a quality of genuine nature.
Ghusl can only be performed after you have taken a shower and are thoroughly submerged in pure water. To get totally purified, scrub your clean body in pure water.