Manzil (Arabic: منزل; plural manazil, منازل) is the Arabic word for one of seven parts of roughly equal length into which the Qur'an is divided for the purpose of reciting the entire text in one week. Reciting the whole Qur'an in any shorter time than one week is discouraged in Islam.
Another meaning is verses from different parts of the Qur'an which help in curing or preventing jadoo.
In the tradition of Prophet Muhammad SAW, he was himself once targeted by sorcerers, but he annulled their effect through the recitation of the verses of the Qur'an. According to various traditions, different parts of the Qur'an are described to have a positive effect on an individual in terms of negating and preventing the effects of witchcraft, or for general well being and becoming a better practicing Muslim. Eminent Muslim scholar of the India-Pakistan sub-continent Maulana Mohammad Zakariya collected these verses in book form, which were already in use in his family as an antidote to witchcraft. This collection is popularly referred to as Manzil.
The Manzil comprises the following verses of the Quran:
The entire manzil is prescribed to be read one or three times in one sitting. This may be performed once or twice a day, in the latter case once in the morning and once in the evening.
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