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Published on Feb 7, 2010
The ayaat (verses) of the Qur'an compiled herein are generally known as Manzil. The elders were particularly punctual in reciting this Manzil from amongst other du`as and formulas for protection and cure. It was customary to make special arrangements for children to commit this Manzil to memory.
Undoubtedly the ayah of the Qur'an and those du`as that are mentioned in the ahadith are more effective and beneficial than the wearing of a ta'aweez. In the formula of these amaliyaat (reciting of certain ayah and du`as for a particular purpose) preference must be given to the Qur'an and ahadith. The noble leader of the Ambiya, Muhammad (sallallahu alayhi wasallam), has taught us a du'a for every occasion of our dini (religious) and dunyawi (worldly) needs. In the experience of the Masha'ikh (the scholars) reciting of certain ayaat and duas for particular purposes has also been experienced to be successful.
The reading of the Manzil has been confirmed to be extremely effective for protection against the evil influence of Jinn, Sihr (witchcraft, sorcery etc.) and other evils. These ayaat of the Qur'an have also been mentioned with a slight variation in the number of ayaat, in the book Al Qawlul Jameel, wherein it has also been mentioned that there are these thirty three ayah which ward off the effects of Sihr (witch-craft), and that they are a protection against the Shayatin (devils), thieves and harmful wild beasts.
Whenever anyone suggested the reading of these ayah to a victim, they had to either indicate these verses in the respective books or write them down, Therefore it was felt that it would simplify this task if these ayah were printed separately.
It should be considered, and borne in mind that the effectiveness of the recital of these ayaat and duas as a formula for specific purposes depends on the sincerity and; undisturbed and earnest devotion of the reader. The effectiveness of the response to duas is relative to the determination of ones conviction and the depth of ones sincerity with which duas are made. Allah's names and His true and holy words hold great barakah, (unseen, blessings benefits and advantages of abundant value from Allah).
Part 2 contains the following ayah: Al-Saffat (1-11) Ar-Rahman (33-40) Al-Hashr (21-24) Jinn (1-4) Al-Kafirun (1-6) Al-Ikhlas (1-4) Al-Falaq (1-5) An-Nas (1-6)