Saying Any Prayers Between The Fard And The Sunnat

While explaining the nature of ezkâr, it is written in Marâqilfalâh and in the explanation of Tahtâwî: "It is sunnat in the Hanafî Madhhab to stand up and perform the sunnat right after the fard without saying anything in between. After performing the fard, our Prophet used to sit as long as it took him to say Allâhumma antas-salâm wa minkas-salâm tabârakta yâ dhel' jalâli wal' ikrâm; then, he began to perform the sunnat immediately. He would not say the Âyat-al-kursî or the tesbîhs between the fard and the sunnat. Saying them after the sunnat produces the same thawâb as would be produced by saying them after the fard. The same rule is valid for the sunnat before the fard; saying any prayers between the fard and the sunnat diminishes the thawâb of namâz. It is makrûh for the imâm to perform the final sunnat in the same place where he performed the fard. It is not makrûh for the jamâ'at, but it is mustahab for them to perform it at some other place (in the mosque). The namâz of a person who neglects the mustahab will not be deficient, but he will be deprived of its thawâb. After performing the fard if there is no final sunnat after the fard, or after the final sunnat, it is mustahab for the imâm to turn right or left or towards the jamâ'at. He may as well leave the mosque at once if he has some work to do. It is stated in a hadîth-i-sherîf, "If a person says, 'Astaghfirullâh-al'azîm allazî lâ ilâha illâ huw-al-hayy-al-qayyûma wa atûbu ilayh', after every prayer of namâz, all his sins will be forgiven." Also it is mustahab (for the imâm and for the jamâ'at) to say the Âyat-al-kursî, to say the tesbîhs, and then to raise their hands as high as their chest and pray for themselves and for all Muslims. A hadîth declares, "Prayers sent after the five daily fard namâz will be accepted." But the prayers must be done with a vigilant heart and silently.