Brother Irfan. I completely think you are right Sir. I also got that view from the link as well. Say what you want to say in your language as long as you want to say a peaceful greeting. Aslamo-alaikum' is just an Arabic greeting which is absolutely correct. Like you said it just means 'peace be upon you'. 'Salamun Alaikum' is the form probably they said in prophets time as it is in the quran. If someone want to say quranic form like the Prophet may have used as you say 'indefinite' form, so OK - Use that - if you want to say 'indefinite' way - OK too. No big deal. I liked the conclusion in the link which said "The best Islamic greeting is one that contains the salutations of peace". Why make religion complicated?? Thanks brother Irfan. Sir, you are blessing for the forum. Amir.