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Offline مير چا كر MirChakar

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History of Baloch People
« on: June 14, 2009, 10:39:34 PM »
Officers  of the 27th Bombay Native Infantry (1st Baluchs), from the British Indian Army comprised of Baluch people. Circa 1867."The history of the Baloch is, however, still in dark. Research scholars have different opinions. Some say they belong to the northern regions of Elburz, now inhabited by Ashkanis, originally Aryans. Some historians maintain that they came from Halab (see also Tell Halaf an archaeological site in the Al Hasakah governorate of northeastern Syria, near the Turkish border, just opposite Ceylanpınar), Allepe, and are Semites. It is also believed that they from the old stock of Sumerians of Mesopotamia, while others regard the Baloch as the remnants of indigenous population of the area. The historians, however, mostly concern themselves in tracing the Baloch racial origin either from among the Indo-Europeans or the Semites. Neither should one object on these methods for historical research, nor doubt the fact that there had been an admixture of various people with Baloch like the Scythians, Pathians, Ashkanis, Sakas, Kushans, Huns, Turks

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History of Balochistan
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2009, 10:43:18 PM »

Some Of The Distinctive Features of Balochistan is the cradle of 9000 years old         
Mehrgarh civilization. In other words, Mehrgarh is the "IMAM" of civilization in the whole world.

Domestication of animal took place for the first time in the human history at Mehrgarh in Balochistan. Cultivation of plants took place for the first time in human history, at Mehrgarh Human settlement pattern at Mehrgarh was unparallel and unique, inaugurating the distinct shift from hunting/gathering to settled life, for the first time in human history.

Balochitherium, a huge animal weighing about 30 tons was found 26 millions years ago in Balochistan. It was the largest mammal of the rhinoceros family, in the whole world. About 2500 years back perfume was exported from Naal Balochistan to Syria and Iraq .There geological wonder of welded earth's plates resulting from continental adjustments, leads through Chaman to Arabian Sea . It is known as "Chaman Fault". The other one is at San Andrea's, near San Francesco. A good portion of Alexander's trail (325 B.C) passes through Balochistan, mainly along the coast, is a great safari attraction and valued for cultural tourism. All these and many more tangible as well as intangible masterpieces of cultural heritage adequately enriches the national canvas