Sunnats of Entering and Exiting the Toilet – Part 2

Sunnats And Dua’s Upon Entering And Exiting the Toilet – Part 2

7.        Before entering the toilet, remove any ring etc, upon which any Aayat or the name of Rasulullah (Prophet Muhammad) is visible (Nasai).

8.        When relieving oneself do not face the Qiblah nor turn the back towards it.

9.        When relieving one’s self, do not speak except out of absolute necessity. Also, do not engage in any zikr whilst in the toilet.

10.     Be extremely careful and ensure that droplets of urine and stool do not splash upon one as most of the punishment of the grave is due to not protecting oneself from urine splashes.

11.     Do not touch the private parts with the right hand during istinjaa’. Use the left hand for this purpose.

12.     Where a toilet is not available, relieve one’s self behind some barrier so that one is not exposed to others.

13.     Search for soft ground (when relieving oneself in the open) so that the urine does not splash but is rather absorbed into the ground.

14.     Sit and urinate. Do not urinate while standing.

15.     After urinating, if one needs to dry himself he should do so behind some barrier (i.e. wall etc.)

16.     Perform Wudhu according to the Sunnat at home.

17.     Perform the Sunnats  at home before going to the  Masjid.  If there is no time for this, the same could be performed in the Masjid.

Note: In today’s times, due to Sunnats being neglected, it is preferable to perform them in the Masjid.

Source: Beautiful Sunnats of the Beloved Nabi

Author: Hazrat Mawlana Shah Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar (DB)

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2 Comments on “Sunnats of Entering and Exiting the Toilet – Part 2”

  1. Abidullah Says:

    Alhumdulillah, these are very beneficial day to day sunnants.
    What is the ruling regarding rings? Does Hazrat Hakeem Akhtar Sahib db where them?

    • Nabeel Khan Says:

      Hazrat Mawlana Shah Hakeem Akhtar (DB) does not wear rings as that is not Hazrat’s style. As for the rulings of rings are concerned, please refer to a local mufti or write to a darul iftaa for the answer.

      Jazakallahu khayran.

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