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      Baloch have arab ancestry they are descendents of Hazrat Ameer Hamza a paternal uncle of islamic prophet Mohammad s,aw. Baloch migrated from Aleppo Syria took part in the battle of karbala siding the sons of hazrat Ali Against yazid as baloch were soldiers of Hazrat Ali

      On the other hand Balochs curls are Imitation of Spiritual Hierarchical . Prayers of al-Aqsa Mosque never shaved there poll hair. Balochs also follow the Practice of Hazrat Abraham to judge the Truth and Falsehood by moving the suspicious person on the live coal (Baloch use Specially wood of "Kaheer" (because its coal does not turns into ash within about 24 hours) .


      Briefly describing, first of all a channel (about 10 ft (3.0 m) in length, 4 ft (1.2 m) in width and 3 ft (0.91 m) depth) is dug and wood of Kaheer (commonly) is burnt to prepare coal during this time a reciter recites some verses of the Qur'an, after that the suspicious person is asked to walk on the blazing coal in the presence of Above All (Muqadams, white beard men). If he is true then coal never burns his feet, a blameless Baloch has faith in this fact to that day. It is known by "Patt" in Balochi .


      .يگ وت کھوشتی مہ ملکا ، اے جھان خان گل ايں

      ما مريدوں يا علی ، اے دين ايمان پشتيں

      حمزہ اولاد بلوچی ، ہوب درگاہ گر دين

      کل بلا بھمپور نياما ، شہر سيستان مريض ا ز حلبا پھاز کھايوں ، گوں يزيداں جھيڑويں

      ( Domki Epics )

      In history " Koosh and Baloosh " have been described together and the same way, wrote the Arabic writers that they are same . Firdausi also narrates their same culture, and same Commander in the following epics of Shahnama:

      سپاہی زگردان کوچ و بلوچ

      سگاليدہ جنگيدہ مانند غوچ

      کے در جہان ديد ايشان نہ ديد

      نہ آہن يک انگشت نامد پديد

      سپہدار شان اشکش تيز ہش

      کہ باراۓ دل بود دبا مغز ہوش

      در فش بياوردہ پيکر پلنگ

      ہمی از در فشش بيا رند چنگ

      ( By: Firdausi )

      It is obvious from above epics that Baluch and Kooch(Kurds), used to fight in the same way, under same commander and under the same Flag, showing a Leopard image (Commonly sign of avenge), according to Baluchi proverb " if stone can liquefy then a Baluch is not Avenger " because avenging is their instinct.

      According to Arabic writers:

      Kuchs and Baluchs are same by ancestry.
      They speak their Languages, different from Persian.
      During the age of Arabic Conquerors, Kuchs and Baluchs lived together and belonged to same Genealogy however, they spoke different languages .

      Similarly Historians claim, Language can not be the identifier of Genealogy.

      In about 680, they migrated towards Kerman in Iran and stayed there for a while with peace

      list of Baloch Tribes

      The Baloch (Balochi: بلوچ) are a tribal society settled in Balochistan in southwestern Asia. The Baluchistan region is divided among Iran, Afghanistan,and Pakistan. Many Balochs reside in the Arab States like Oman, UAE, and Saudi Arabia.

      The following is a partial list of major Baloch tribes.[1]

      A

      Almani
      Ameeri
      Amirari
      Askani

      B

      Badini (Rakhshani)
      Bagayzani
      Bahadur zai Zagar Mengal
      Bahalkani
      Bahawalanzai
      Bakhrani
      Baloch (Sarband) -Shadadzai, Dagarzai, Zahnoozai and Mrizai
      Bajoi
      Band Baloch
      Bangulzai (Brahui-Speeking)
      Barakzai
      Baranzai
      Barazani
      Barija
      Barmani
      Bughlani
      Barr
      Bhurgri
      Bhutani
      Bijarani
      Bijjarzahi
      Bizenjo
      Bugti
      Buledi
      Bulfati
      Buzdar
      Bilwani
      Bughlani (Leghari)

      C

      Chakerzehi
      Chakrari
      Chandio (Hooth)
      Chang
      Changwani
      Chanorwani
      Chutani (Khosa)

      D

      Damanis
      Dannarzai
      Dagar zai {Yallanzai Rind }
      Dareshak
      Daarigh
      Darzada
      Dashti
      Dehani
      Dehwar (Dehwari speaking)
      Dodai tribe
      Domki
      Drakhshan
      Durrazai

      E

      Esani
      Esaani
      Essazai
      Essazai (Kalmati)

      F

      Fatahni

      G

      Gadi
      Gabol
      Gadani
      Gadhi
      Gajani
      Gamshadzehi
      Gashkori
      Ghallu-Seraiki-speaking
      Ghanbarzehi
      Ghazini
      Ghazakandi
      Gichki
      Gorgaij
      Goarazai
      Gola
      Gopang
      Gorgage
      Gorshani
      Gulfad
      Gudaro -Brahui-speaking
      Gurgunari - Brahui-speaking
      Gurmani
      Gyandar
      Gudara
      Guldani
      Gorhani

      H

      Hasni
      Halazai
      Harooni
      Heesbani
      Hooth - main tribe

      I

      Ismailzahi

      J

      Jadgal (Jat Tribe)
      Jagirani
      Jakhrani (Jatt Tribe)
      Jalbani
      Jamaldini
      Jamali
      Jarwar
      Jatoi - Main Tribe
      Muslim Jat
      Jattak - Brahui-speaking
      Jiskani -Main Tribe
      Joonglani

      K

      Kadahe
      Kalmati
      Kalpar
      Kambarzahi
      Kanera or Kanera Khel
      Karlu
      Kashani
      Katbal
      Kenagzai
      Khalol
      Kharani
      Khetran
      Kiazai
      Khosa
      Khurasani
      Khushk
      Khuloi
      Kiazai
      Kizilbash
      Korai
      Kubda
      Kulachi
      Kupchanis
      Kurd - Brahui-speaking
      Kubdani Rakhshani Baloch

      L

      Lamba
      Langove - Barahvi-speaking
      Lanjwani
      Lashari - main tribe
      Lasi((Sirahiki-speaking))
      Lalwani
      Leghari
      Lehri - Brahui-speaking
      Lewari - Balochi-speaking
      Loharani
      Lund
      Laskani

      M

      Malkani-(Laghari Tribe)
      Madranshahi
      Magsi
      Makrani
      Malano Jatt Tribe
      Malghani
      Mallazai
      Mamhdani
      Mandwani
      Mandozai
      Marri
      Mashori
      Mastoi
      Masuri
      Mazari
      Mazarzai
      Meerwani - Brahui-speaking
      Mengal - Brahui-speaking
      Mewtani
      Mirani
      Mobaraki
      Mohammadzahi
      Mollazehi
      Mondrani
      Moosiani Kubdani
      Muhammad Hasni -(Mamasani)
      Mohammad Hassani - main tribe
      Mohammad Shahi-(Mamashai)-Brahui-speaking
      Maswani - (Notkani sub-tribe)
      Mugheri
      Mirjat

      N

      Nandwani
      Narouie
      Notkani - (Rind Tribe)
      Naukri
      Nauri
      Nausherwani
      Nazirani
      Nichari - Brahui-speaking
      Nindwani
      Nizamani
      Nothazai
      Nohani

      P

      Pandrani
      Pasoi
      Pirkani - Brahui-speaking
      Pitafi
      Perozani
      Perozai
      Punjani khosa

      Q

      Qahtani
      Qatna
      Qaisrani
      Qalandrani - Brahui-speaking
      Qambrani - Brahui-speaking
      Qandrani
      Qusmani Balouch

      R

      Rahija
      Rahimi
      Rahmanzai
      Rais
      Rakshani Badini,Jamaldini
      Rigi
      Ranjhani
      Rind - main tribe
      Rodeni - Brahui-speaking
      Rodnani

      S

      Sahibzada - Arabic, Balochi-speaking
      Sadozai
      Sahlani
      Sajidi
      Sarki
      Saeedani
      Salarzai [Salary] Balochi, Farci, Pushto-speaking
      Sakhani
      Sanjrani
      Saravani
      Sardaizai
      Sargani
      Sarparah
      Sasoli Brahui-speaking
      Sethwi
      Seyahsawar
      Shadani
      Shahalzai
      Shahani
      Shahdadzai
      Shahozai
      Shahwani
      Shahizai
      Shaliani
      Shambhani
      Shar
      Sherkhlani
      Shekhanzai - (Baloch tribe) Balochi-speaking
      Sherzai
      Shirani
      Sobdarani
      Sohrani
      Soomrani
      Sumalani - Brahui-speaking
      Sumrah
      Sundrani
      Suhrabzai

      T

      Tangwani
      Taherzai
      Talpur Sindhi-speaking
      Tanwri
      Tauqi
      Talani
      Thingani Dera Ghazi Khan

      U

      Umrani

      W

      Wadela
      Waddani khosa kocha waddani tribe

      Y

      Yallanzai
      Yarahmadzahi

      Z

      Zamurani
      Zadjali
      Zagar Mengal
      Zarakzahi - Brahui-speaking
      Zarrani
      Zehri - Brahui-speaking
      Zehri Moosiani Kubdani
      Zangaza
      zardari /sindhi baloch

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      Thanks for the share Mir Baloch. This was interesting as I didn't knew much about the tribes.

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