In Islam, purity (often referred to as "Tahara" in Arabic) holds immense significance, encompassing both the physical and spiritual dimensions of a believer's life. Physical Purity relates to cleanliness of the body, clothes, and the place of worship. Ritual purity is a prerequisite for many acts of worship, such as the five daily prayers. Methods like "wudu" (ablution) and "ghusl" (full body wash) are prescribed to attain this cleanliness. Moreover, cleanliness in dietary habits, personal hygiene, and general living are emphasized throughout Islamic teachings.