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Role of Baloch In The Formation of Pakistan

Posted by Mir Iqbal Mugheri on March 26, 2013 at 3:25 PM Comments comments (0)



According to area, Baluchistan is the biggest province of Pakistan. Quetta is capital of Baluchistan. Sui gas is found in Baluchistan. The people of this province are very courageous and brave. In the past, this province remained under-developed but today it is moving on the path of progress.

Historical Backg...

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The Focus on Balochi Language

Posted by Mir Iqbal Mugheri on February 7, 2013 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)

  • About the Balochi language
  • The status of Balochi in Pakistan
  • The status of Balochi in Iran
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Baloch Culture & Heritage

Posted by Mir Iqbal Mugheri on December 24, 2012 at 4:05 PM Comments comments (0)



A number of tribes constitute to make people of Balochistan. Three major tribes are Baloch (Baloch & Brahvi) and Pashtoon. The Balochi speaking tribes include Rind, Lashar, Marri, Jamot, Ahmedzai, Bugti Domki, Magsi, Khosa, Rakhashan...

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Posted by zafar mugheri on December 13, 2012 at 11:45 PM Comments comments (1)



Bugti (aka Bughti): An eastern Baluch tribe located almost exclusively in Dera Bugti District of Sibi Division, Baluchistan. A few also live in Sibi District of Sibi Division and Barkhan District of Zhob Division. The Bugtis, along with the Marris, Dombkis, and Jakranis, are known as the “hill tribes” and have historically been more independent and warlike than the rest of the Baluch. In t...

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Posted by Ali Raza Mugheri on November 3, 2012 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (1)

Balouch is a nation consisting of 500 tribes, their tradition and commonly values are similar. They have united civilaizal society and they speak common language which is called Balouchi. nited civilaizal society and they speak common language which is called Balouchi. This language was driven from ancient Indo-Iranian language. Balouchi language also known as an ancient spoken language. It is pronounceless language spoken in accordance with tribes areas.


This nation lives ...

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Arabs in Pakistan

Posted by Mir Iqbal Mugheri on November 3, 2012 at 9:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Arabs in Pakistan (Urdu: عربي) consist of migrants from different countries of the Arab world, especially Egypt, Oman, Kuwait, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Palestine and Yemen and have a long history. The first form of contact between the Arab people and modern-day Pakistan originally came in 711, when Muhammad bin Qasim, an Arab military general, was on a quest to free Muslims and their families who had apparently been arrested by Raja Dahir's soldiers while they were returni...

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History of Sindh

Posted by Mir Iqbal Mugheri on November 3, 2012 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (0)



The province of Sindh has been designated after the river Sindh (Indus) which literally created it and has been also its sole means of sustenance. However, the importance of the river and close phonetical resemblance in nomenclature would make one consider Sindhu as the probable origin of the name of Sindh. Later phonetical changes transformed Sindhu into Hindu in Pahlavi and into Hoddu in Hebrew. The Greeks (who conquered Sindh in 125 BC under the...

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History of the Baloch People

Posted by Mir Iqbal Mugheri on November 3, 2012 at 8:05 AM Comments comments (9)

The Baloch people are an ethnic group that are mainly settled in the Balochistan areas of Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. The word Baloch representing the nation as a whole; while the word Balochi represents the language itself alone.


 Different researchers have analysed the name Baloch (Balochi : بلوچ ) or Baluch in different ways. Some says it means "Plume of Cock", based on references from Balochistan by Firdausi in whic...

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