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Turkish carpet firm introduces heating prayer rug
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Nov '13
courtesy: DHA News Agency
courtesy: DHA News Agency
Turkish firm Nursace Textiles has introduced a new electronically powered prayer rug which will provide warmth to the user during winters for praying in the mosques.
 
The heated prayer rug would help devotees living in colder atmospheres to carry on with their daily Namaz prayers, a Muslim prayer of repentance.
 
Chairman of Nursace Textiles Ismail Bayezit said the idea of creating such a prayer rug is to provide comfort for devotees while performing their daily rituals.
 
The prayer rug operates on carbon heaters because of which it would consume lesser power than any other electronic device and in order to maintain the heat, insulation material is used under the rug, he added.
 
The Nursace heating prayer rug has been also manufactured in a way that it could be folded into a laptop bag, for the comfort of carrying around. The user can fold the rug and use it as a laptop bag after finishing prayers.
 
Mr. Bayezit also informed that the Alaadin Mosque in Belgium has already installed samples of the Nursace heating prayer rug. Over 200 sq mts praying area of the mosque has been covered with the prayer rug and the keepers of the mosque would switch on the power before devotees enter so that the ambiance is already set at a warm temperature, he added.
 
The Nursace Textiles firm one of the leading manufacturers of Hadji supplies (Islamic prayer supplies) in Turkey, producing prayer mats and rugs for mosques as well as Imam (prayer) and Hadji (pilgrimage) suits and gowns for devotees.
 

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