The face is the front of an animal's head that features three of the head's sense organs, the eyes, nose, and mouth, and through which animals express many of their emotions. The face is crucial for human identity, and damage such as scarring or developmental deformities affects the psyche adversely.
Yes it is allowed to paint as far as it is not statuary or sculptural.
No, it is not mandatory, but only required.
And Allah knows best.
It is Makrouh (disliked) to pray in front of a mirror. The reward I of the prayer will be less but it is not Haraam to do that. Your prayer is valid even with being in front of a mirror. Makrouh is not forbidden.
Neither washing nose is obligatory in Wudhu nor washing mouth. Both of them are just recommended and not obligatory. Washing head or feet in Wudhu is wrong because you should wipe over them and not wash them.
If you are sure that your Wudhu was invalid, you need to perform it properly and re do the prayers which were done with wrong Wudhu.
The direction of Karbala from India is very near to the direction of Qibla from India. You can refer to local Ulama in your area for more details.
If it is not considered as statues or part of statues then it is permissible.
Drawing a sketch of the face only of your wife is permissible but it is should not be displayed in front of non Mahram men who know your wife.
Thank you for your question. The office of Ayatullah Makarim Shirazi responded to this question stating that as long it does not entail any harm to the body, there is no problem in it.
May you always be successful
Washing your face will makes it Taahir if you poured water on your face more than one time and your Wudhu then is valid.
Wudhu is valid on naturally oily face. If the oil is much more than the usual, then you can wash it before performing the Wudhu.
The natural oiliness on the face or head or body does not harm Ghusl. It is good to remove such natural oiliness before Ghusl or Wudhu but it is not obligatory to do so..
Of course not!
Perhaps you are referring to a ruling about painting the picture of a living animal or human being, or making their statues which was forbidden before.
The criterion for this forbidding is that the Arabs, because of their closeness to the time of ignorance, although converted to Islam, had a heartfelt interest in idolatry and preserved their ancestors' works. The Prophet, therefore, strongly prohibited the making of faces and icons to eradicate disbelief and defended monotheism.
So we can conclude that playing those games is not Haram unless another thing comes up, say for example the characters are naked or...