Reciting the Tashahhudin a Two-Rak`ah Prayer

A prayer that consists of two Rak`ahs – such as Fajr, Jumu`ah (Friday), or Two Eid Prayers – has one 

a. After raising your head from the second prostration, take a sitting posture similar to that taken between the two prostrations in the first Rak`ah (Iftirash posture* – sitting on the left foot while keeping the right foot upright with the toes bent in the direction of the Qiblah). 

b. Put your left hand on your left thigh with the fingers stretched out and directed toward the Qiblah. And put your right hand on your right thigh with all the fingers clenched into a fist, except for the index finger, which should be pointed in the direction of the Qiblah as a sign of monotheistic belief.

c. In this sitting posture, recite the Tashahhud followed by Al-Salat-ul-Ibrahimiyyah, and then ask Allah for whatever you want.

d. Conclude the prayer by turning your face to the right and then to the left, each time saying: