When is Gusl obligatory?
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When is Gusl obligatory?
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The Shariah Law states that when the private organ of the man so much as touch the private organ of the woman, the ghusl or full bath would become obligatory on both the man and the woman, regardless of whether any discharge has taken place or not.
There is absolutely no restriction in Islam for the husband and wife to enjoy conjugal relationship with each other, except in the state of ehram, or while fasting, or while the woman is in her menses.
It would not be right for the wife to refuse conjugal relations with her husband, or for the husband to refuse conjugal relations with his wife, for fear that the extended family would suspect that the husband and wife have had intercourse, which is their right after marriage! If one is in a situation where one lives in a joint family, and does not feel comfortable taking a full bath at an odd time in the shared toilet of the family; the simplest way to get around the issue honorably is to make it a daily routine habit to take a full bath everytime one wakes up from his afternoon rest.
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