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When The Meal Is Over, The Guest Should Supplicate for His Host
From his Sunnah, the Prophet (sall Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) would supplicate for his hosts after partaking of a meal served by them. Anas (radiya Allaahu 'anh) reported that when the Prophet (sall Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) went to Sa'ad ibn 'Ubaadah (radiya Allaahu 'anh), the latter served food and oil. He (the Prophet (sall Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)) ate and then said,
((Aftir 'indakomus saa'imoon, wa akala ta'aamakomul abraar, wa sallat 'alaykumul malaa'ikah.))
"May the fasting ones break their fast in your home, and may the dutiful and pious ones eat your food, and may the Angels send prayers upon you." 
Some scholars have ruled that this invocation is specific for the breaking of the fast meal; the majority of scholars, however, have ruled that it is equally valid for the breaking of the fast meal and for other meals.
In a long Hadeeth related by Al-Miqdaad Ibn Al-Aswad (radiya Allaahu 'anh), the Prophet (sall Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) made this supplication:
((Allaahumma at'im man at'amani wa asqi man saqaani.))
"O Allaah, feed him who fed me, and provide him with drink who provided me with drink." 
An-Nawawee said, "This Hadeeth shows that one should supplicate for one who showed him generosity, for his servant, and for anyone that does good deeds (And the invoker too is a doer of good.)"
'Abdullaah Ibn Busr Related that his father (radiya Allaahu 'anh) prepared foor for the Prophet (sall Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) and invited him. The Prophet (sall Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) anwered his invitation, and when he finished his meal, he (sall Allaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said,
(( Allaahumma aghfir lahum wa arhamhum wa baarik lahum feema razaqtahum.))
"O Allaah, forgive them, have mercy on them, and bless for them that which You have provided them." 
 Related by Abu Daawood (3854), and Al-Albaanee ruled that it is authentic. Ahmad (11767) and Ad-Daarimee (1772) both related it with the wording, "And may the Angels descend upon you.# And Ibn Maajah (1747) related it from 'Abdullah Ibn Az-Zubair (radiya Allaahu 'anhu), with the same wording as Abu Daawood's narration.
 Related by Muslim (2055), Ahmad (23300), and At-Tirmidhi (2719).
 Related by Muslim (2042), AHmad (17220), At-Tirmidhi (3576), Abu Daawood (3729), and Ad-Daarimee (2022). The wording related here is from Imam Ahmad's narration.
Taken from The Book of Manners p. 128-129 from Darussalam,
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