Dua after Salams

The Details of the Question

Does making dua in English after the closing salams of salah invalidate salah in Hanafi Fiqh?

The Answer

Dear Brother / Sister,

The prayer (salah) ends by saluting to the right and left. After that, you can say prayers (dua) in any language you want.

However, it is certain based the hadiths of the Prophet (pbuh) and is sunnah to say, “Allahumma antassalamu wa minkassalam, tabarakta ya dhal jalali wal ikram”, to read ayatul-kursiyy, and to say subhanallah 33 times, alhamdulillah 33 times and Allahu akbar 33 times after the prayer is over.

Accordingly, it is permissible to say prayers in English or another language after the prayer, but it is more appropriate to do it after performing the sunnahs.

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How has the practice of reading the dua "Allahumma antassalamu wa minkassalam,.." after prayer has been? What is the practice of the Messenger of Allah regarding the issue like?

Is it more appropriate to say prayers (dua) after the prayer (salah) or at the end of the prayer?

After the tasbihat (glorification) ends following the prayer (salah), how should the prayer (dua) be said when the hands are opened?

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