KAFAN Kafan (shrouding) must be done after the Ghusl is over It is Mustahab to use white cotton cloth If possible, the cloth should NOT be cut with a metal instrument PERAHAN CHAADAR LUNGI PERAHAN LUNGI SEENA BAND WOMEN ONLY MAKNA AMAMA RANN PECH 2ND CHAADAR KAMARBAND KAMARBAND RANN PECH WAJIB PARTS OF KAFAN 1ST - LUNGI THE APPROXIMATE SIZE OF LUNGI IS 60" X 54" (150CMS X 135CMS) Wajib to cover from navel to knees Mustahab to cover from chest to feet WAJIB PARTS OF KAFAN 2ND - PERAHAN THE APPROXIMATE SIZE OF PERAHAN IS 36" X 110" (90CMS X 275CMS) Wajib to cover from shoulder to upper half of the legs Mustahab to cover from shoulder to upper portion of feet WAJIB PARTS OF KAFAN 3RD - CHAADAR THE APPROXIMATE SIZE OF CHAADAR IS 60" X 90" (150CMS X 225CMS) This is an overall sheet which must be wide enough to wrap around the body with one side overlapping the other, and long enough such that both ends (at the head and feet) can be tied up when the body is wrapped in it. MUSTAHAB PARTS OF KAFAN FOR MALE Approximate size is 6" x 108" (15cms x 270cms) Wound on the head like a turban Covers private parts Amama Rann Pech 2nd Chaadar Kamarban d Tied like a belt to hold the Lungi Approximate size is 16" x 108" (40cms x 270cms) Used to secure the other pieces Approximate size is 60" x 90" (150 cm x 225 cm). MUSTAHAB PARTS OF KAFAN FOR FEMALE Approximate size is 25" x 55" (63 cms x 140 cms) Covers the head like in Salaah Covers private parts Makna Approximate size is: 16" x 108" (40cms x 270cms) Rann Pech 2nd Chaadar Seena Band Used to cover the breasts Approximate size is: 12" x 90" (30 cms x 225 cms) Kamarban d Tied like a belt to hold the Lungi Used to secure the other pieces Approximate size is: 60" x 90" (150 cm x 225 cm). JAREEDA Jareeda are fresh twigs (without leaves) cut from a tree. This is a Mustahab action, which has been highly recommended. The twigs should be of arms length and the name of the dead person together with his testimony in the Kalima and the Imams (A) should be inscribed on them. The twig on the right side should touch the armpit while the one on the left hand side should be kept above the armpit. The Chaadar is then wrapped around the body.