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When I perform supplication (dua), I raise my hands but after several minutes my arms feel tired, so in general I feel more comfortable to place my elbows on my thighs or knees.

I still do maintain my hands upward with the only difference that the weight of the arms falls on the thighs and knees. I put my elbows on my thighs and knees so i can feel more comfortable during supplication.

Is this allowed or disliked (Makruh)?

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  • can you precise what you mean by "supplication" ? Tu you mean just asking God for things ? Or are you talking about a precise ceremonial thing?
    – ZakC
    Jun 26 '19 at 14:44
  • Precisely asking God for something. Like help, mercy solution of my problems, strengthening of iman, purification of heart, good health and protection from evil
    – Tavo line
    Jun 27 '19 at 5:30
  • First of all, I don't understand why do you even think that this disliked or Makruh.? May 4 at 22:04

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