Assalamu 'Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu I am trying to find solution for my querie ,ALLAHDULILA few of my sisters are of great help in trying to get a solution for it. Well its just not my doubt but also my freinds iam asking on there behalf. Imam Sahab i would like to know different dua tht are to b recited by a women while performing ghusl . I am aware of fard of ghusl its just the dua i want to know .I hve been told by my elders tht they r different duas recited for ghusl ,based on the kind of ghusl a women is taking . Example the dua recited while performing daily ghusl is different from tht performed after completion of periods. I hope u wil help me solve this querie. ALLAH HAFIZ
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The question you have asked is not so difficult, but you are confusing yourself by looking too deep into it. Normally men and women recite the same niyyah for ghusl. Whether it is ghusl-e-janabat, or haydh.
The niyyah is an intention, and intention normally arises from the heart. According to some scholars, when this is made, your niyyah is complete. However for your purpose, the normal niyyah which is recited is:
'nawaytu an aghtasilu li ghusl lil janabati li raf'il hadath'
Then if you want to be more perfect, you may make the following niyyah for haydh:
'nawaytu an aghtasilu li ghus lil haydhi li raf'il hadath'
There is no major difference, but only a change of words. Personally I have not come across an intention of ghusl which differs the two. It wont really make a big difference, as:
'Wallahu 'alimum bidhatis sudur'
'And Allah is the knower of what is in the hearts'
Wallahu A'almu Biththawaab
M. Waseem Ashrafi
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