Origin of mihrab
Examples from the Web for mihrab
If we stand in the northern lateral apse and face the mihrab the reason for the alterations is evident.Byzantine Churches in Constantinople|Alexander Van Millingen
South of the mihrab is the minber, or pulpit, from which prayers and addresses are delivered on Fridays.Turkey|Julius R. Van Millingen
He then descended from the pulpit, and prayed in the Mihrab.The Knights Templars|C. G. (Charles Greenstreet) Addison
The apex of the mihrab or niche runs high in the Ghiordes rug.
Occasionally this weave and the Kurdish have a mihrab at one end, showing it to be a prayer rug.