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The mihrab is a niche-shaped special partition on the wall of the mosque. It enables the congregation to turn towards the Kaaba while praying and symbolizes the center of worship. It is also a place where the imam directs the verses and prayers. The mihrab is usually decorated with elaborate artistic ornaments.
The pulpit is a pulpit in the mosque where sermons are given. The pulpit, made of wood, is often decorated with embroidered details. By ascending the pulpit, the imam gives religious advice to the congregation, emphasizes moral values, and provides guidance on social issues. The pulpit is also a point where the community gathers and exchanges information.