In my answer on Making Dua in middle of salah?
I've tried to explain what I do mean to interact with the Qur'an this for example means for example:
to say subhan Allah سبحان الله (to praise Allah) once you pass -in your recitation- by a verse praising Allah such as
Exalt the name of your Lord, the Most High, (87:1)
See also in Sunan abi Dawod:
- When one of you recites "By the fig and the olive" (Surah 95) and comes to its end "Is not Allah the best judge?" (verse 8), he should say: "Certainly, and I am one of those who testify to that."
- When one recites "I swear by the Day of Resurrection" (Surah 75) and comes to "Is not that one able to raise the dead to life? (verse 40), he should say: "Certainly."
- And when one recites "By those that are sent" (Surah 77), and comes to "Then in what message after that will they believe? " (Surah 50), he should say: "We believe in Allah."
Now to my question: I recall listening to sheikh Abdul Basit Abdussamad and when he ended surat a-Doha (93) he performed takbeer I later heard it is sunnah to do so for each other surah between a-Doha (93) and an-Nas (114).
I wonder whether this is a kind of interaction with the Qur'an too? (but this is rather a bonus question)
I'd like to know the evidence for that. And the opinions in whether o not this is a sunnah?