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Do wudu after ghusl bath.

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Kindly let me know wheather after bath with wet hair we can not "wazu" .We should wait for drying hair ( Head ).

 

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Do wudu after ghusl bath

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The Ghusl or full bath is a bigger form of physical purification than the wudu; thus if one has performed the ghusl with the intention to purify oneself, there is absolutely no need or no obligation to redo the wudu again before making oneself available for prayer.

 

But if one has done the ghusl or full bath of purification, and if for any reason one has broken ones state of wudu after their ghusl and wishes to perform the wudu, there is absolutely nothing in the authentic and established Sunnah which restricts them from performing their wudu, absolutely regardless of whether their hair is still wet from the ghusl or dried!

 

The wetness of ones hair is absolutely unrelated to the performance or state of ones wudu.

 

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