(Prayer Rug, Jae Namaz)
Muslims are to pray five times a day in a clean place, facing to the holy city of Makah. It is preferred to pray in mosque. Many Muslims in western and Central Asia perform their prayers at home if not possible to go to Mosques. For this a special type of woven rug that featured an arch-shaped motif at one end. This arch represents (The Mehrab) that is symbolically pointed at the direction of Makah. Prayer rugs are woven across Turkey in verities special rugs are produced in the Turkish village of Ladik, located in central Turkey. That is famous weaving centre. These rugs are known for the beauty and the brilliance of their red and yellow dyes, showing the great image.