Insert Logo Here

Chapter: Laws of ehram

Laws of ehram | 14. Makruh things in ehram or matters disliked in shariah, however, no atonement or penalty is necessary to compensate

Makruh things in ehram or matters disliked in shariah, however no atonement or penalty is necessary to compensate
(1) Stitched dresses worn by gents.
(2) Wearing cap on the head or turban or covering the head with kerchief.
(3)Gents taking loads of cloths on their heads. (Ladies must cover their heads with scarf and taking loads of cloths on their heads is not prohibited)
(4) Gents wearing the gloves. (Not prohibited for ladies)
(5) Gents would not use socks. likewise, shoes which conceal the centre bones long with left and right side of the feet. Hence, wearopen shoes or Hawaii chappal, sandals etc.  However, ladies could wear socks and close shoes.
(6)Applying scent on the body, dresses or hair.
(7) Eating the natural aromatics such as cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, saffron, jautry or fastening them in the veil, even though they are cooked and emanating aroma, eating them is not an issue.
(8) Laying together with women or kissing with sexual desire or rubbing the body closely.
(9)Indecent dialogue or actions and all sorts of sins have always been haraam (prohibited) but now these have become severely haraam for example telling lies, backbiting eyeing with bad intention quarrelling on worldly affairs have also become extremely haraam.
(10) Hunting in the jungle or aiding and abetting in such activities purchasing selling or eating the hunted meat or eggs.
11) Cutting nails of self or cutting the nails of others or getting one’s nails cut by others.
(12) Cutting the hair of head or beardshaving armpits, removing the pubic hair in short removing hair anywhere from the head to toe.
(13) Applying Vasma (red henna) or henna die.
(14)  Applying olive oil  on the body or hair, with or without the aroma.
(15) An ehram wearing person shaving the head of any other person is haraam, even though the person who gets his head shaved wears ehram or he is without ehram.
(16) Killing the lice or combing the lice or asking someone to kill the lice, washing or drying the cloths in order to kill the lice, or applying any shampoo or medicine on the hair, in short causing the eradication of lice in any way is haraam.
(All of this information has been taken from the book  ofFatawa Radhviah, Volume 10 and Bahar-e- Shariyat Volume 1, part 6, Pages 1079 and 1080)