Will open some more threads on Balochi culture soon.
Way ghada teku banjh satta, mere mehboob di chelh ranja'iyai....... Mahi yaar di ghadoli
MAHI YAAR DI GHAROLI - ABIDA PARVEEN - YouTube
ooops my mistake and Sohni Mahainwaal wallay qissay main kuch garbar thi na :hmmm:
:waves: muqawi braadh tou chitoray? Jouray? Wash'shay? :)
Hi LKK. Chaak, chango, bhallo, kehra haal aahin?
Now translate what you written?
I wrote, how r u :)
bradh = bhai?
Jourey = healthy /well ?
bradh = Bhai
chitoary - Kaise ho? (Its also a persian word too)
Jorey - Theek ho?
Wash'shay - Achay ho?
Thanks now I can say I know some words of Balochi.
Remember no thanx n sorry between phrindz :hugz:
Baluchi is not that much difficult :)
There are archeological evidences in respect of Sassi Punhoo story. Regarding, do we have such pure love today, I would say yes. Muhabbat abhi mari nahin hai :cobra:
PTV Classics - Sassi Punhoo
The drama contain basic things mentioned in Shah jo Risalo, but it seems that many concepts have also taken from Hashim Shah's Sassi Punhoo known as Sassi Hashim.
the "chap" in this story has a weird name, bohot dehaan say pronounce karna parta hay.
i've been to bhambhor several times, saw that supposed grave of sassi, that small wooden cage type structure, some say "his" grave is also the same, some say its unknown.
the area is not really mountainous, not plain either, small hill type structures, close to the artery of Sindh river
Sassi's grave is in Las-Bela and not in Bhanbhor.
Sassi-Punnu grave neglected | Newspaper | DAWN.COM
Sassi was the daughter of a Brahman Hindu from Rohri who was thrown into the Indus. However, she was saved by a washer-man belonging to Bhanbhor, near Gharo district, Thatta. The washer-man raised her as his own daughter.
At last a man named Punnu (Punhoon) from Balochistan married her. However, his father, Ari, the King of Ketch, did not like his son getting married to a low-caste girl, so he instructed his other sons to go to Bhanbhor and bring back Punnu at any cost. They visited Punnu as his guests and during the night they intoxicated him and his wife. Later, they put their brother on one of the camels and left. When Sassi woke up in the morning, she was shocked to find Punnu missing and all his brothers gone. She understood their trickery. She left Bhambhor immediately on foot in search of him.
After crossing Pub Mountain, she reached the Harho range. She could not proceed further when her path was blocked by the Phor River. So she started retracing her steps. Soon she was accosted by a beastly goatherd who intended to molest her. Sassi prayed to God for protection. Immediately the ground below her feet started caving in like quicksand and she disappeared within seconds. Seeing the miracle, the goatherd repented sincerely, and to make amends for his misconduct, he made a grave in the site and became its custodian.
Punnu found no peace of mind at Kech. He languished and soon became an invalid. Under the circumstances, his father allowed him to return to Bhambhor.
During his return journey, Punnu happened to pass by the site where Sassi had met her death. When the goatherd came to know his story, he told him as to what had happened to Sassi. Punnu was beside himself on hearing the horrible news.
He prayed to God to unite him with Sassi. Again the ground became quicksand and he soon disappeared into the bowels of the earth. So came to an end the tragic love story of Sassi and Punnu.
Sassi’s resting place is said to be about 45 miles away in the Pub range to the west of Karachi. A local man of some importance, Haji Muhammad, constructed a simple mausoleum in 1980 over the joint grave of Sassi and Punnu. It is often visited by tourists.