prayer mat

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Noun1.prayer mat - a small rug used by Muslims during their devotionsprayer mat - a small rug used by Muslims during their devotions
mihrab - (Islam) a design in the shape of niche in a Muslim prayer rug; during worship the niche must be pointed toward Mecca
carpet, carpeting, rug - floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
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prayer mat

ntappeto da preghiera (usato dagli Islamici)
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He sent her a large and fancy Qoran, a prayer carpet and a kaffiyeh, the Palestinian headdress that has been adopted in Iran as a sign of support for the Palestinian cause.
It includes the sound of the call to prayer, footage of a woman praying and her prayer carpet, as well as scenes of families and horses galloping across the steppe.
Drawn by hand on paper using only pencil and black ballpoint pen, each carpet is a full-sized depiction of an Islamic Prayer Carpet and a testament to patience and dedication.
It is a prayer carpet made of red silk, embroidered with gilded silver threads representing floral designs in the style of Rococo and Baroque, which had appeared in Europe in the 18th century.
A saddlecloth, 8th and 9th century chess and backgammon boards, a 17th century dagger and sheath from Iran, a prayer carpet, a mosque lamp, portraits of ambassadors are part of the collection.
The Islamic Society raised enough money amongst themselves and through friends and relatives to pay for their own prayer carpet.
Showcased products included Arabic-themed living room accessories and handmade fabrics like table linen, bedroom linen and prayer carpet sets.
A major feature of the mosque is the world's largest hand-woven prayer carpet which contains, 1,700,000 knots, weighs 21 tonnes and took four years to produce.
The room features minimal furniture and a prayer carpet in the centre.
Not really: The subjects often look away from the camera, stand off to one side, turn their backs, or, in one case, absent themselves entirely from a domestic interior the better to display, instead, a refrigerator, a wall clock in the form of a giant wristwatch, and a television covered with a prayer carpet.
This includes Arabic language television channels and newspaper options on an in-room iPad, welcome and turndown amenities featuring preferred floral and fragrance, Qur'an and prayer carpet, Qiblah directional arrow place in-suite, prayer beads, and regional culinary favorites from an award-winning culinary team with extensive Middle Eastern experience.
In Turkey, for instance, the Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul's amenities include the following with advance request -- Arabic language television channels and newspaper options, Koran and prayer carpet, Qiblah directional arrow placed in-suite, Ascription/prayer beads, Ramadan Suhour service, welcome and turndown amenities featuring preferred floral and fragrance and shisha served with an array of fruit flavours.