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There are three major types of Quranic Naqoosh:
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Naqoosh of Surah or Ayah numbers.
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Naqoosh of Surah or Ayah Letters and words.
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Combine Naqoosh of words and numbers.
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Naqoosh of Quranic Art.

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## This is a blank square in which number of Rows

and Columns = 3 (below).

## Such Naqoosh, in which rows and columns are

equal in number, are called SQUARE Naqoosh or
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## And this is a sequentially

filled square (right).
You can see that sum of
all rows, columns and
both diagonals is not
equal.
You can see that sum of
one row is not equal to
the sum of other rows
and so are the columns.

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More easily you can see
that:
1. Sum of 1st row = 6
2. Sum of 2nd row = 15
3. Sum of 3rd row = 24
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Sum of 2nd column =15
Sum of 3rd column =18
Sum of diagonals =15

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## Your target is to set these numbers in the

square in such a way that all the sums are
equal (i.e. sums of all rows and all
columns and both diagonals must be the
same or nearest to the equal).
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## You can see that this

square is filled sequentially
and does not equal in
sums.
In this square, sum of all
rows, columns and both
diagonals is 15. This is a
Simple Unit Square of
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Simple Unit Square of 7

This is SUS of 7 and the sum of all rows, columns and both diagonals is
175. This is rarely used in Naqoosh because people dont know the
sequence of numbers in a Naqsh of 7 X 7. I can present SUS of 3 from 30
but more bigger SUS are not used in the Naqoosh.

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Definition of a Simple Unit Square (SUS)

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## Youve seen five Simple Unit Squares (SUS) of 3,4,5,6

and 7.
A Simple Unit Square (SUS) has following three major
properties:
SUS starts with 1 (means the smallest number in this
square is 1).
Sum of rows, columns and diagonals is always equal.
Number of rows is always equal to number of columns.

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## SUS of 3 must have a sum of

15 from each side.
You can also calculate the
sum by this formula:
Sum=Total of all numbers in
the square/number of rows
For SUS of 3, sum of all
numbers=1+2+.+9=45
Sum=45/3
Sum = 15

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Making Naqsh of any Number

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Naqsh of any number
you want, you need
following information:
What will be the 1st
number to begin with?
What is the SUS for this
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How can we put the
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Numbers are always put
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SUS.
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Always start with the
smallest number.
Now lets have some
examples on next page.

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Example of Making Naqsh of any Number
Suppose youve to make a Naqsh of 3 X 3 for a number 66 (this
means that the sum of each row/column must be 66), you must
have the first number to begin with. Use this formula:

1st Number = (No. of Rows + Sum required Sum of SUS) / No. of rows
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No. of rows = 3
Sum required = 66
Sum of SUS = 15
(Now apply above formula)
1st No. = (3 + 66 15 ) / 3
1st No. = (69 15 ) / 3
1st No. = 54 / 3
1st number=18
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## Now you have the 1st

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18.
Start
inserting numbers one by
one in sequence starting
with 18.
You can see that SUS
smallest no. is 1 (above)
and the required Naqsh
start with 18 (below).

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## Above is a SUS of 3 and

below is the square of
required sum (66).
This is an easy way to
understand
how
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numbers are always put
sequentially
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corresponding boxes.
See details on next slide
when finished.

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Example of Making Naqsh of any Number

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## You can see that your this square contains:

3 rows and 3 columns
The sum of all rows and columns is equal to 66
The smallest number is 18 (which you calculated from the formula).
formula).
This is your required Naqsh.
66 is also a number for the sweet name of Allah .
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Example of Making Naqsh of any Number
Lets apply this formula on SUS of 5 for a number 125 (it is required
sum of rows).
No. of rows=5, sum required=125, sum of SUS=65

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## 1st No.= (5 + 125 - 65) / 5

1st No.= (130 - 65) / 5
1st No.= 65 / 5
1st No.=13
Note: Sum of SUS (65 in this case) came from the table
shown earlier for SUS of 5.
Remember this data and see Naqsh on next slide.

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Example of Making Naqsh of any Number

Starting number 13 to
begin with.
Insert numbers from 13
one after another using
the SUS of 5 (above) and
youll get the Naqsh of
your required number
(125 is the sum of all
rows,
columns
and
diagonals). How simple
and amazing is this!

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## SUS of 5 (left above) and required square of a sum of

125 (right above).
Please note that the difference in each corresponding
box is the same as the difference in 1 and 13 (13-1=12).
Match all corresponding boxes and youll find a
difference of 12.

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Example of Jump Number

## Some times you need another formula. Look at this example.

You have to make a Naqsh of SUS 3 with a sum of rows = 16
Apply this formula:

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1st number = (3 + 16 15 ) / 3
1st number = (19 - 15) / 3
1st number = 4 /3 = 1 (with a remainder of 1 because 4 cannot be
divided by 3 completely)
What to do now?
The answer is Jump.

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Example of Jump Number

## Just use Jump method to achieve your correct Naqsh.

Jump Number = (No. of Rows)2 Remainder X (No. of Rows) +1

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## You have the remainder of 1 in previous example of SUS

of 3 with a sum of 31.
Now use above formula to determine the Jump number
Jump number = (3)2 -1 X 3 +1
Jump number = 9 3 + 1
Jump number = 6 + 1
Jump number = 7

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Example of Jump Number

## Now you have the jump number.

Jump number is the number where your number jumps by 1.
Use this jump number when you make Naqsh.
Just add 2 in the box of jump number instead of adding 1 and fill
the square as usual.
See the example on next slide and note the change in box 7.
If you dont use jump method, your answer of sum will change and
your Naqsh may not work properly.
In fact, the remainder is the cause of jump in Naqoosh.

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Example of Jump Number

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required) = 16
Beginning no. = 1
Remainder = 1
Simply ADD 1 IN NUMBER 7
(Jump number).
Because 1 is normally added in
all boxes so you can say;" Add
2 in the box 7 (Jump
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Example of Jump Number

Number = 17
Beginning no. = 1
Remainder = 2
ADD 1 IN NUMBER 4 (4 is
Jump number and it
came from formula).
Note: you can try this
with different SUS. This
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## You need these five things to make a Naqsh of any number:

1st number (use formula to find this)
Jump number (Only in case of remainder, use formula to find this)
Sum of rows required (such as a sum 92 from each side. This is not
not calculated but given)
Sum of rows of SUS (can be found from the table below)
SUS (Simple Unit Square) (5
(5 SUS are presented in previous slides)

1st Number = (No. of Rows + Sum required Sum of SUS) / No. of rows

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## You have seen Naqoosh of numbers. This chapter

discusses on Naqoosh of words.
Mainly, most Taweezat, of this kind, are based on the
Quranic Ayah or Sura.
Quranic Ayaat or Surahs are written in the Naqsh format
and, off course, there are many styles of this. Some of
the most common styles are presented here on the next
slides. Absorb these styles with your full attention.

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## This is a most commonly used Naqsh of Qul Shareef

You can easily make this if you got the idea. Same word goes to the right down upto
the last row or last column just like the arrow.
arrow. The advantage of this style is that you
can write Qul Shareef so many times that you cannot count how many
many times this
sura appeared or written in this Naqsh. This increases the power of your Naqsh.

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## ) ( You can see that four words

are put in one box together (instead of two boxes) to fit
the Naqsh for this Sura.
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## This is a Naqsh of 11 X 11. Just like previous, all letters go

down from left to right. The first and last row and column contains the
name of Allah. The first letter of the name matches the nearest letter.

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## This is another example of repeating words with blank boxes.

Put the names of friends from down to up.
Put the names of enemies from top to bottom.
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## This is also a similar Naqsh with empty boxes.

You may fill these empty boxes with the names of the members of
your family (from bottom to top) and may paste a copy of such
Naqsh onto your drawing room wall and this will protect your family
if Allah wishes. Also use this Naqsh for Jinn

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## You can fill 6 names in this Naqsh (in empty boxes).

This Naqsh is mainly used and given for the people who
are seeking peace.
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## Use this Naqsh when someone wants peace and when

someone needs purity of thoughts and deeds.
This is also for a family of 6 members.

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## Use this Naqsh for a family of 9 members.

Never use this Naqsh for a non Muslim.
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Circle of mishaps for disbelievers. If you write the names of enemies in this
circle and recite this ayah, theyll be destroyed in few days. This ayah is in
Al-Maida (6:52)

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## Circle of mishaps for disbelievers. If you write the names of enemies

enemies in this circle and
recite this ayah, theyll be destroyed in few days. This ayah is in Para Shareef number
11, Sura Shareef AlAl-Toba (9:98)

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If you write the names of enemies in this circle and recite this ayah, theyll
be destroyed in few days. This ayah is in Al-Fath (48:6). There are only
three Ayaat of the Holy Quran containing the Word "Circle" which are
shown here above.

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Concentrate on these two Naqoosh for a moment and match them.

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Ayahs of Qul Shareef are not written randomly, but these are
synchronized with the numbered Naqsh and repeated when
one cycle is completed. See the sequence on next slide.

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## 20 names of the ancestors of the holy prophet Hazrat

Muhammad (Peace and salaam be upon him)
Read from the last and add bin ( )e.g.

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