Hazrat Pir Miran Saiyed Ali-Vali Sarkar (r)

Wazife & Taweez



Reciting and meditating upon the Beautiful Names (Asmâ' ul-Husnâ) of Allâh can be a very powerful and productive practice. This practice may be used to promote the conscious emergence and continual awareness of these Divine Qualities in one's own life as a means of connecting to, and being a vehicle of, the Divine Presence.

The Arabic word wazîfa literally means assignment, duty or daily ration and is commonly used to describe a Sufi practice of focusing the attention, by means of recitation or meditation, on a particular Divine Quality in order to allow that quality to be expressed more openly and more powerfully in one's day-to-day life.

The goal of wazîfa practice is to develop an intimate connection to these Divine Qualities and allow the Qualities to be reflected openly and freely in our lives.

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    What is Taweez

    Allah the Creator of all things has placed particular characteristics in the things that He has created. Poison kills, Medicine cures, Fire burns, Water cools, Food nourishes, a drink quenches thirst, etc.

    Narrated Hazrat Sa`d (r.a): I heard Allah (swt) Apostle saying, "Whoever takes seven 'Ajwa dates in the morning will not be effected by magic or poison on that day." (Sahih Bukhari). These are material things, which cause what Allah (swt) has characterized them with. It is Allah (swt) who is the Creator, and in reality the One who is creating the effect.

    This is so with the usage of the Qur’an too. The words we recite or write from the Noble Qur’an give rise to the effect that is natured in them by Allah (swt). Treating oneself with Taweez containing verses of the Qur’an is similar to treating oneself with medication. By using medication, one merely places his trust in Allah (swt) and uses the medication as a means of cure. The effect in the means is with the Will of Allah so too is the usage of the Taweez.

    There are several proofs which clarify this, SOME OF WHICH are:-

    • The Noble Qur’an contains two well-known Surahs – Surah Falaq and Surah Naas - which are also called Al-Muawidhatan (the two warders – or the two Taweez). These two Surahs were revealed after an evil spell had been cast on the Beloved Prophet by some Jews.

    • Narrated Sayyida`Aisha (r.d.a): Whenever Allah (swt) Apostle became ill, he used to recite Al-Muawidhatan (i.e. the last two Suras of the Qur'an) and then blow his breath and passed his hand over himself. When he had his fatal illness, I started reciting Al-Muawidhatan and blowing my breath over him as he used to do, and then I rubbed the hand of the Prophet over his body. (Saheeh Bukhari)

    • Narrated Hazrat Abu Sa`id (r.a): Some of the companions of the Prophet went on a journey till they reached some of the 'Arab tribes (at night). They asked the latter to treat them as their guests but they refused. The chief of that tribe was then bitten by a snake (or stung by a scorpion) and they tried their best to cure him but in vain. Some of them said (to the others), "Nothing has benefited him, will you go to the people who resided here at night, it may be that some of them might possess something (as treatment)," They went to the group of the companions (of the Prophet ) and said, "Our chief has been bitten by a snake (or stung by a scorpion) and we have tried everything but he has not benefited. Have you got anything (useful)?" One of them replied, "Yes, by Allah! I can recite a Rukya, but as you have refused to accept us as your guests, I will not recite the Rukya for you unless you fix for us some wages for it." They agrees to pay them a flock of sheep. One of them then went and recited (Surat al-Fatiha): 'All the praises are for the Lord of the Worlds' and puffed over the chief who became all right as if he was released from a chain, and got up and started walking, showing no signs of sickness. They paid them what they agreed to pay. Some of them (i.e. the companions) then suggested to divide their earnings among themselves, but the one who performed the recitation said, "Do not divide them till we go to the Prophet and narrate the whole story to him, and wait for his order." So, they went to Allah's Apostle and narrated the story. Allah's Apostle asked, "How did you come to know that Surat al-Fatiha was recited as Rukya?" Then he added, "You have done the right thing. Divide (what you have earned) and assign a share for me as well." The Prophet smiled thereupon. (Saheeh Bukhari)

    The proofs of using words from the Qur’an al-kareem or the beautiful names of Allah (swt), as a means of healing and warding off evils are so many that it is impossible to list them.

    It is reported that the evil Pharoah (Firaun) had the words “Bismillah AlRahman AlRaheem” inscribed on one of the walls of his palaces. Due to this, Allah delayed his due punishment for several years, although the unbeliever claimed himself to be a God, and whereas Sayyadina Moosa (peace and blessings be upon him) had once prayed to Allah to punish the Pharaoh for his misdeeds (Tafseer Naeemi). Such is the effect of the Noble Qur’an!!

    The Noble Qur’an is therefore used not only by recitation but also by inscribing its words on paper (or other material) to gain the effect placed in them by Allah. Almost every Muslim household will have some wall frame containing the images of Sacred Places with words from the Noble Qur’an inscribed, in order to gain the blessings of Allah. We find in one very famous Hadith a prohibition of using live images as such:- Narrated Abu Talha (may Allah be pleased with him): I heard Allah's Apostle saying; "Angels (of Mercy) do not enter a house wherein there is a dog or a picture of a living creature (a human being or an animal). (Saheeh Bukhari).

    We can therefore assume that the opposite is also true - the angels of Mercy do come to houses where the Qur’an is kept, or its words are inscribed in a frame.

    As proven above, the use of Rukyas is a Sunnah and yet some people oppose its use. They cite the following Hadith which prohibits the use of Rukyas which were used by people at the times of ignorance, and which contained polytheistic words. The Beloved Prophet – (peace and blessings be upon him) said: The people were displayed in front of me and I saw one Prophet passing by with a large group of his followers, another Prophet passing by with only a small group of people, another Prophet passing by with only ten (persons), another Prophet passing by with only five (persons), and another Prophet passed by alone. And then I looked and saw a large multitude of people (sawâd ‘azîm), so I asked Gibreel: “Are these people my followers?” He said: “No, but look towards the horizon.” I looked and saw a very large multitude of people. Gibril said: “Those are your followers, and there are seventy thousand of them in front of them who will neither have any reckoning of their accounts nor will receive any punishment.” I asked: “Why?” He said: “They used not to treat themselves with cauterization nor amulets, nor to see auguries and omens in birds, and they relied solely upon their Lord.” On hearing this, ‘Ukkasha ibn Mihsan stood up and said to the Prophet - “Invoke Allah to make me one of them.” The Prophet said: “O Allah, make him one of them.” Then another man stood up and said to the Prophet: “Invoke Allah to make me one of them.” The Prophet said: ‘Ukkasha has preceded you with this request.” (Saheeh Bukhari)

    Here in this Hadith the word amulets denotes the Jahili Rukyas used by the ignorant. These are made with spells, incantations, charms, magic etc., which are forbidden in religion. This is what the Beloved Prophet meant in the above Hadith. It does not relate to the Rukya according to the Beloved Prophet’s Sunnah consisting of using some verses of the Qur’an or the permitted supplications for treatment.

    • It is reported in a Hadith that there is no harm in reciting formulas for cure if this does not involve Shirk. (Abu Dawud).

    • Narrated Hazrat Abu Huraira (r.a): I have memorized two kinds of knowledge from Allah's Apostle . I have propagated one of them to you and if I propagated the second, then my pharynx (throat) would be cut (i.e. killed). (Saheeh Bukhari)

    The following Ahadith are proofs of written Rukyas:-

    • As for Ta'weez, Hadhrat ibn Amr ibn al-Aas (Allah be well pleased with him) used to write some words and hang it on the necks of children. (Abu Dawud).

    • Yahya related to me from Malik that Humayd ibn Qays alMakki (Allah be well pleased with him) said, "A man came to the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, with the two sons of Jafar ibn Abi Talib. He said to their nursemaid, 'Why do I see them so thin?' Their nursemaid said, 'Messenger of Allah, the evil eye goes quickly to them. Nothing stops us from asking someone to make talismans (using ayats of Qur'an) for them, except that we do not know what of that would agree with you.' The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, 'Make talismans for them. Had anything been able to precede the decree, the evil eye would precede it.' " (Muwata – Imam Malik)

    • Yahya related to me from Malik from Yahya ibn Said from Sulayman ibn Yasar that Urwa ibn azZubayr (Allah be well pleased with him) told him that the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) entered the house of Umm Salama, the wife of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. There was a child weeping in the house, and they told him that it was from the evil eye. Urwa said, "The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, 'Why do you not find someone to make a talisman to protect it from the evil eye?' " (Muwata – Imam Malik)

    • When Egypt was conquered by the Muslims, there was a custom to throw a girl in the Nile River on the 11th night of one of the non-Arabic months in order that the Nile would continue to flow. It was believed that without throwing a girl into it, the Nile would not flow. Amr Ibn al-As wrote to the Caliph 'Umar concerning this custom. 'Umar sent a message to the Nile saying: "If you were flowing before by your own power, we do not want you to run; and if Allah is the one who makes you flow, we ask the Almighty to make you flow." Amr Ibn al-As threw the letter of 'Umar into the Nile one day before the Christian commemoration of the crucifixion. The following morning they woke up to find the river flowing stronger and had gone up 48 feet in one night. (Ibn Hajar, in Al-Sawa'iq). A large Taweez, written with black ink on cloth, is on display in the Museum attached to the Badshahi Mosque in Lahore. It is written by non other than Ameer al-Momineen Sayyadina Ali (may Allah be pleased with him).

    The Noble Qur’an, thus when written, becomes a perpetual sort of supplication to Allah by the one who is wearing it or has it inscribed somewhere. We can summarize the above two chapters to say that:-

    • It is obligatory on all Muslims to handle the Noble Qur’an with the deepest respect. • It is legal (jayez) to use the Qur’an al-kareem as a means of warding off evil (Taweez) and writing it down to gain the benefit that Allah has kept in it.

    Numerals (Udadth)



    The science of numbers and numerology existed among the Arabs before the advent of Islam. It is nothing new. In fact the decimal system which is the widely used all over the world came also from the Arabs. Perhaps mathematics would not have made such the advances, without the decimal system. (The only reason binary codes are used in computer languages that they have only two numerals, and each numeral represents a positive and negative sign - a requirement for the only two electrical charges – i.e. positive and negative.) The Arabs had evolved numerology in their language, each number letter representing a letter of the Arabic alphabet. (Alif is 1, Ba is 2, Jeem is 3, Daal is 4, etc., right upto Dhaad which is 1000).

    We also know that the Noble Qur’an, as it is, came in the Arabic language because we human beings need a language to understand it. Allah does not need sound, words, or alphabets to convey His message. His speech transcends the physical barriers that humans face. Many a times, the revelation came to the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) not in the form of words, but in the form of just alphabets, or like the ringing of bells etc, as in evident form the following Hadith. Narrated Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her): Al-Harith bin Hisham asked Allah's Apostle "O Allah's Apostle! How is the Divine Inspiration revealed to you?" Allah's Apostle replied, "Sometimes it is (revealed) like the ringing of a bell, this form of Inspiration is the hardest of all and then this state passes off after I have grasped what is inspired. Sometimes the Angel comes in the form of a man and talks to me and I grasp what he says." (Saheeh Bukhari).

    It is also evident that if Allah willed, the Noble Qur’an al-kareem could have been revealed in any other language or as a mathematical code.


    One of the challenges that the Noble Qur’an al-kareem puts forth to the world is that no one can ever bring a Book that is equal to it. Not only is the challenge in terms of richness of language, but also in its consistency and lack of mistakes or contradiction. Detailed research has shown that the Qur’an is also a mathematical miracle – some of the examples are:- Al-Muddathir, verses 30 & 35, says;

    (30)Dominated by Nineteen. (35)It is indeed one of the great (miracles)

    These verses tell us that the number Nineteen was designated by God to prove that the Qur’an is from God and that, as the instrument of authentication, it is a great miracle. At the outset, please remember that Allah is Wahid (One). As per numerical values, this also adds up to 19!!

    • The Qur’an consists of 114 chapters 114 = 19 x 6

    • The first chapter of the Qur’an is Al-Fatihah and its first verse is the "Bismillah". It consists of nineteen alphabetic letters. 19 = 19 x 1

    • The word Allah, occurs 2698 times in the Qur’an 2698 2698 = (19 x 142)

    • The word AlRahmaan occurs 57 times (57 = 19 x 3)

    • The word AlRaheem occurs 114 times (114 = 19 x 6)

    The occurrence of all the words of the "Bismillah" in multiples of nineteen demonstrates that it cannot be the product of chance alone. An attempt to compose any text to contain a designated number of letters, the sum of which is a multiple of any specific number, will quickly demonstrate its impossibility.

    Surah 9, Bara'ah (Taubah) , is the only chapter in the Qur’an that is not preceded by the "Bismillah". This would make the number of "Bismallah" in the Qur’an 113. If one counts 19 chapters, beginning with chapter 9, one arrives at chapter 27 An-Naml; this chapter has 2 "Bismillah", one, un-numbered, at the head, and the other in verse 30, thus making the number 114 to match the number of chapters in the Qur’an. (114 = 19 x 6) The foregoing is only a minute fraction of the miracle God refers to at chapter 74, Al-Muddathir, verse 35, as one of the great miracles. "It is indeed one of the great miracles."


    • Allah multiplies the reward of good deeds from 10 to 700 times.

    • Reciting the Surah Ikhlas 3 times, gives the reward of reciting the entire Qur’an.

    • Reciting the Surah Kafiroon 4 times, gives the reward of reciting the entire Qur’an.

    • Praying in congregation multiplies the reward 27 times.

    • We have been guided to recite the words ‘SubhanAllah’ ‘AlHamdulllah’ and ‘Allahu Akbar’ 33 times each.


    The earliest of the Ulema, Sayyadina Ali bin Abu Talib being one of them used the science of Numerals to write Taweez using verses from the Noble Qur’an, and using the beautiful names of Allah the Supreme. We cite the reasons again:-

    • It is obligatory on all Muslims to handle the Noble Qur’an with the deepest respect.

    • The taweez so prepared can be worn at all times, even carried to the washroom provided it is fully covered.

    • No one without ablution may be able to touch the sacred words.

    • It may not be defiled if fallen into the hands of infidels.

    • It may not be inadvertently thrown into rubbish.

    • Using numbers also gives one great benefit – that is reducing the size of the Rukya (taweez). Entire verses or Surahs of the Noble Qur’an can be written down in a few figures, which makes it easier to write, wear or carry.

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