Shalom rav al Yisrael am'cha tasim l'olam
Establish abundant peace upon Your people Yisrael forever,
ki atah hu Melech Adon l'chol ha-shalom
for You are King, Master of all peace.
V'tov b'einecha l'vareich et am'cha Yisrael b'chol et uv'chol sha'ah bish-lomecha
May it be good in Your eyes to bless Your people Yisrael at every time and every hour with Your shalom.
Baruch atah Hashem ham'varech et amo Yisrael ba-shalom
Blessed are You, Hashem, Who blesses His people Yisrael with peace.
Shalom Rav, the final benediction in the Amidah recited in the Ashkenazic tradition at Minchah and Maariv. Sim Shalom is instead said during Shacharit and Musaf of the Amidah. In the Sefardic, Chasidic-Sefardic, and Nusach Ari rites Sim Shalom is said at all prayer services.
- Encyclopedia of Jewish Prayer