Whoever recites Āyat-ul-Kursī after everyṢalāĥ will receive the blessings as mentioned below.

1.  Wazifa  Āyat-ul-Kursī for Paradise

Whoever recite daily Āyat-ul-Kursī and make wazifa of Āyat-ul-Kursī  will enter Paradise after death

2. Wazifa  Āyat-ul-Kursī for shaytan

Whoever recite daily Āyat-ul-Kursī and make wazifa of Āyat-ul-Kursī will remain secured from all the tricks of Shayṭān and jinn demons and any kind of problem

3.Wazifa  Āyat-ul-Kursī destitution and poverty

 If he is destitute then in a few days his destitution and
poverty will be distanced from him.

4. Wazifa  Āyat-ul-Kursī for burning

whoever recites Āyat-ul-Kursī and the two subsequent verses up to khalidoon n the morning, in the evening, andwhen lying down on his bed, he will be protected from
theft, drowning, and burning

4 Excellences of Āyat-ul-Kursī

1. It is mentioned in a Ḥadīš that amongst all the verses ofthe glorious Qurān, this verse [i.e. Āyat-ul-Kursī] is of
immense excellence. (Ad-Dur-rul-Manšūr, pp. 6, vol. 2)
2. It is reported from Sayyidunā Ubay bin Kabthat the Sultan of Madīnaĥ…. O AbūMunżir! Of all of the verses of the Qurān which you havememorized, do you know which one is most grand?’ I Replied “allahu la ilaha illa huwal haiyul qayyum”
Then the Holy Prophet ..
…. Congratulations to you on yourknowledge.’ (Saḥīḥ Muslim, pp. 405, Ḥadīš 810)
3. In one of the narrations in Mustadrak, it is mentionedthat there is one verse in Sūraĥ al-Baqaraĥ which is the
chief of all of the verses of the Holy Qurān. Shayṭān fleesfrom the home in which this verse is recited, and the
verse is Āyat-ul-Kursī. (Al-Mustadrak, pp. 647, vol. 2, Ḥadīš 3080)4. Amīr-ul-Mūminīn Sayyiduna ali…. stated, ‘I
heard the Noble Prophet….. from theMimbar [pulpit] that whoever recites Āyat-ul-Kursī afterevery Ṣalāĥ, there is nothing preventing him from entryto Paradise except death, and whoever recites this before
going to sleep at night, Allah will protect him, hishouse, and the neighbouring houses.’ (Shu’ab-ul-Īmān, pp.
458, vol. 2, Ḥadīš 2395

Transliteration of Ayatul Kursi

O Lord! Where are you sending us to? Are you sending us to a place of [the People of] transgressions and sins?’ 

Allah, the Noble and Grand, revealed to them (the verses), 
Go down as I swear by My Greatness and My Majesty that not a single person from amongst the progeny of Muhammad and their followers shall recite you after that which I have made obligatory upon them (the five canonical prayers) every day except that I will glance at them with a special glance with My eyes seventy times every day and with every glance, I will fulfill seventy of their desires and I will accept (their supplications) even though they have sins (on their record) and these verses will make up the basis of The Book (Ummul Kitab – meaning Suratul Hamd) and the verse, ‘Allah bears witness that there is no other entity worthy of worship except for Him and so do the angels (bear witness to this) and so do those who possess knowledge’ [3:18] and Ayatul Kursi and the verse of dominion, ‘Say: To Allah belongs the Kingdom…’ [3:26]