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The Baloch and Balochistan: A historical account from the Beginning to the fall of the Baloch State

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by Naseer Dashti
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The Baloch and Balochistan: A historical account from the Beginning to the fall of the Baloch State by Naseer Dashti

Three thousand years ago, a group of Indo-Iranic tribes (called Balaschik at that time) settled in the northwestern Caspian region of Balashagan. Circumstances forced them to disperse and migrate towards south and eastern parts of Iranian plateau. In medieval times, they finally settled in present Balochistan where they became known as the Baloch. During their long and tortuous journey from Balashagan to Balochistan, the Baloch faced persecutions, deportations, and genocidal acts of various Persian, Arab and other regional powers. During 17th century, after dominating Balochistan culturally and politically, the Baloch carved out a nation state (the Khanate of Kalat). In 1839, the British occupied Balochistan and subsequently it was divided into various parts. In the wake of the British withdrawal from India in 1947, Balochistan regained its sovereignty but soon Pakistan occupied it in 1948. The historical account of the Baloch is the story of a pastoralist nomadic people from ancient times to mid-twentieth century. The author outlines the origin of the Baloch state and its variegated history of survival against powerful neighbors such as the Persians, the British and finally, Pakistan. This fascinating research work discovers the background of the long drawn-out conflict between the Baloch and Pakistan and Iranian states.

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Reviewed by Ahmed Jabbar
Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]   Date Added: Sunday 21 October, 2012

The History has been confused with fiction. Many accounts do not have historical corroboration and evidence. This is more about the wishes and desires of the present young Baloch leadership. Hopefully this book will find a place in fiction section of the Library.

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Size: 8.9 MB
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Date published:   2012
ISBN: 9781466958975

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