hai pare sar;had-e idraak se apnaa
qible ko ahl-e na:zar qiblah-numaa kahte hai;N
1) beyond the limit of the senses is [their/our] own
2) people of vision call the Qiblah the 'Qiblah-pointer'
qiblah : 'Anything opposite; --that part to which Muslims turn their faces when at prayer; the temple of the Kaʻba in Mecca; Mecca; --an altar, a temple; an object of veneration or reverence'. (Platts p.788)
numaa : 'Showing, exhibiting, pointing out'. (Platts p.1153)
qiblah-numaa : ' 'Showing the qiblah '; an instrument by which Muhammadans at a distance from Mecca ascertain the direction of the qiblah ;—a mariner's compass'. (Platts p.788)