Did the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) recite the prayers of Rabbana in prayers after salawat? Is it permissible for us to pray as we wish in the last sitting of prayers?

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Did the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) recite the prayers of Rabbana in prayers after salawat? Is it permissible for us to pray as we wish in the last sitting of prayers?
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Making dua (praying) is sunnah in the last sitting after salawat and before saluting. This dua must be performed from the verses of dua of the Qur'an or a dua suchlike.

While performing prayer, it is not considered permissible to make dua (pray) for things which are requested from human beings (such as, "O my Lord! Give me such and such amount of money.")

It is sunnah to recite the verses which are read routinely at the end of prayers (Rabbana atina fi'd-dunya hasanatan wa fi'l-akhirati hasanatan wa qina adhaba'n-nar.) (Rabbana, ighfir li wali walidayya wa lil mu'minina yawma yaqumu'l-hisab.).

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