1. To keep the right foot upright and to spread the left foot and sit on it, and to put toes facing the Qiblah.
  2. To place both hands on the thighs.
  3. In Tashah'hud, to lift the forefinger of the right hand while reciting Ash’hadu 'allaa ilaaha and to lower it upon illallaahu.
  4. To recite Durood Shareef in the last Qa'dah.
  5. After the recitation of Durood Shareef, to recite a Masnoon du'aa in the words of Qur'aan and Hadeeth.
  6. To make salaam on both sides.
  7. To begin the salaam with the right side.
  8. For the Imaam, to make intention of the Muqtadee, angels and pious jinn (whilst making salaam).
  9. For the Muqtadee, to make intention of the Imaam, angels and pious jinn and of the Muqtadees on the right and left side.
  10. For the Munfarid, to make intention of the angels only.
  11. For the Muqtadee, to make salaam along with the Imaam.
  12. To make the second salaam in a softer tone than the first salaam.
  13. For the masbooq (a person who had joined the congregation late), to wait for the Imaam to finish.

Note: In Rukoo the fingers should be spread apart, and in Sajdah they should be close together. (Noorul Eedhaah)