Does the prophet hear our salam that we say in the tashaud and is conveyd by the angels.and some schollars say its shirk to belive that the prophet can hear us.
There is a difference between the Prophet (pbuh) hearing our benedictions and ones he receives from the angels. If one accepts the ahadith (traditions) to be true, we can surmise that when we perform the closing salutations of prayer (Tashahud) our well-wishes are passed onto him by the angels. It is not necessary that he hear us directly or that we communicate with him. The Prophet lives in a realm far removed from our existence.
The simple fact is that the Qur’an does not support such a belief. There are a variety of opinions, ones that even declare that the Prophet and others who are “living in their graves” can hear and even communicate with us. However, our position is that many of these narratives were relevant to the addressees of the Prophet and should not be applied to our existence. The matter of shirk is related to the believers supplicating the Prophet and asking him for things. When a person does this it bypasses God and the ignores the direct command to approach Him and nothing else. The ahadith used to promote the idea that the Prophet and others can hear and respond need in-depth analysis far beyond the scope of this response.
I hope this helps.
God knows best.