Use of quranic verses in taweez
The use of the Qur’an for protection and the practice of writing Quranic verses on amulets (taweez) are controversial topics in Islamic scholarship. Some scholars believe that there is nothing wrong with writing verses from the Qur’an on such items; however, others consider this to be shirk (associating partners with Allah). This article will discuss whether writing or carrying Quranic verses as a form of protection is permissable or not according to Islamic law. I will also look at how these practices developed historically, what types exist today and why some scholars disapprove while others do not mind it at all.
Quranic verses are commonly inscribed on taweez for protection purposes or to attain a particular objective. The blessings of Allah are sought through these sacred texts and their recitation. The writing is usually done by an Awliya (a pious and righteous person) who has been bestowed with spiritual powers by the Almighty. It is believed that a written verse from the Holy Quran has enormous power if used correctly. It can ward off evil forces, provide protection from negative energies like black magic etc., bring good luck, increase wealth and prosperity etc.
Taweez is a charm, talisman, or amulet which is worn around the neck. It can also be kept in one’s pocket or underneath their pillow to protect them from harmful things. Taweez is often used by people who are afraid of something and want to protect themselves from it.
The word “taweez” originates from Arabic meaning supplication and prayer. There are different types of taweez : some are made from paper while others are made out of leather or wood. The design might also vary depending on what you need it for, but most have verses written on them that will help you get what you want out of life (i.e., love, protection against evil influences).
According to Islamic scholars, taweez are permissible. In fact, they say it’s perfectly fine to consult a taweez. That being said, what you see on the internet isn’t always true or accurate. You should make sure that the person giving you advice is trustworthy and knowledgeable in their field before making any decisions based on their words alone. A lot of people who claim they know everything about Islam do not actually know anything about Islam at all!
If you want further proof that Quranic verses can be used in talismans/amulets (or taweez), then look no further than this verse: “Surely We have revealed this Book to thee with truth that thou mayest judge between people by means of what Allah has taught thee (i.e., laws), and be not one sided (too partial)…” [Quran 4:105]
Types of Taweez
- Taweez-e-Amal-e-Kamal: (the best to be used for any wish)
- Taweez-e-Khizar: (used for love and marriage)
- Taweez-e-Waseela: (used to get rid of enemies and ill wishes cast on you)
- Taweez-e-Jafar: (for wealth, money and prosperity)
- Taweez-e-Israfil: (to give success in exams or examinations
Verses used in Taweez
If a person finds himself/herself in a situation where he/she is unable to afford the services of an Islamic scholar, then one can make use of Taweez. Taweez are amulets that contain verses from the Quran. The verses are written on paper or made into talismans and then attached to oneself. The reason behind using such verses is that it protects from evil and bad luck, as well as protects one from the evil eye and the evil of jinns (evil spirits). In short, there is no harm in trying out this method to see if it works for you!
Quranic verses cannot be used independently for the purpose of protection, for effects not intended by Allah. For example, if a person is ill and wants to get rid of it, he should use Quranic ayahs that can help him in this situation. If you want to get your lost love back in your life then there are certain verses from the Quran which will help you out with it. The same way there are a lot of other things related to protection which can be done by using verses from the Holy Book of Allah.
The use of quranic verses is not prohibited in taweez. However, they should be used in accordance with the meaning and intention of Allah. The purpose of different types of taweez is to protect oneself from evil spirits or bad spells. Therefore, it would be better if you use Quranic verses along with other ingredients such as herbs and gemstones which are known for their magical properties.