On 2nd of March, Baloch Culture Day is going to be celebrated in Pakistan. Baloch mark this culture day by wearing traditional dresses. Baloch children and women celebrate this day with traditional passion.today 2 march 2018 is Baloch culture day.
The preparation of this special day is done by Baloch culture in the entire world.Baloch make this culture day by wearing traditional dresses. Baloch children and women celebrate this day.The Baloch culture has been oldest and strongest cultures of the world by archaeologist. the ‘Baloch Hospitality’, Bravery and keeping its promises.
e exact origin of the word ‘Baloch’ is unclear. Rawlinson (1873) believed that it is derived from the name of the Babylonian king and god Belus. Dames (1904) believed that it is derived from the Persian term for cockscomb, said to have been used as a crest on the helmets of Baloch troops in 6th century BCE. Herzfeld (1968) proposed that it is derived from the Median term brza-vaciya, which describes a loud or aggressive way of speaking. Naseer Dashti (2012) presents another possibility, that of being derived from the name of the ethnic group `Balaschik’ living in Balashagan, between the Caspian Sea and Lake Van in present day Turkey and Azerbaizan, who are believed to have migrated to Balochistan during the Sassanid times. The remnants of the original name such as ‘Balochuk‘ and ‘Balochiki‘ are said to be still used as ethnic names in Balochistan. Some writers suggest a derivation from Sanskrit words bal, meaning strength, and och meaning high or magnificent. An earliest Sanskrit reference to the Baloch might be the Gwalior inscription of the Gurjara-Pratihara ruler Mihira Bhoja (r. 836–885), which says that the dynasty’s founder Nagabhata I repelled a powerful army of Valacha Mlecchas, translated as “Baluch foreigners” by D. R. Bhandarkar. The army in question is that of the Umayyad Caliphate after the conquest of Sindh.
Baloch Culture Day Picture
Proud to be Bloch..