When Pergamon's founding director, who had documented the mihrab
, learned its pieces were on the market, he collected what he could and reassembled it.
Timurid cut-tile mosaic mihrab
panel, 14th-15th century, Central Asia or Persia, polychrome fritware, ht 92cm.
The Prophet's Mihrab
was used first on Friday, last month.
"Locals in Zallaq have taken matters into their own hands after discovering the issue and changed the direction of the carpet in the Shaikh Isa Grand Mosque in Zallaq towards the Qiblah instead of facing the Mihrab
, but that's a temporary solution, with major architectural changes necessary."
Every mosque has a mihrab
, a niche in the wall indicating the direction of Mecca for prayer.
Dans le tableau des Doubles garcons, le duo marocain Med Amine Herres-Yassir Kilani a passe un tour comme Med Belcora et Amine Mihrab
qui ont battu une paire composee d'Emmanuel Malla de Tanzanie et Med Nedim d'Ethiopie 7/6, (5), 6/3.
In the centre of the wall there is a semi-circular enclave called a mihrab
. It is bathed in green light and is filled with zarfs ranging in sizes with the smaller ones intended for the younger boys to use and the heavier ones for the men.
The artefact, which is unique among British hospitals - a mihrab
- is embedded with over 1,000 mosaic tiles, with each tile representing one individual making a heartfelt du'a (a prayer) before painting it.
Moreover, an inscription is seen within the Mihrab
(dating back to 1657) designed by Haji Shoja Isfahani.
The two-day event falls in line with the implementation of the Caretaker President's initiative on the creation of an institution named "World Mihrab
for the Arabic Language."