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Dames, Mansel Longworth- The Baloch Race

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    Posted: 19-Jan-2019 at 20:14
This historian created “The Baloch race” I would call this book “Not Baloch race” in his place because in this book he mostly claims not Baloch origin, even from a hypothesis, but he considers Baloch as descendants of Sacks and Parthian, if he knows then why he claims not to the Baluchi of those tribes that has ancient Aryan origin? For example, the Kalmati tribe, why did he take it that they are not Baluch? Or say the Langah tribe why should they be Rajputs? Here is another tribe Dodai descended from a Jata married to a Baloch girl, where did he get this information from? Some baluchi old man told him, as if the folk tradition))) now, if he believes in folk legends, then why does he deny the Kalmati and Langah tribes? After all, these tribes also consider themselves Baluchi in folk legends? But you know why, then that he destroys the history of this nation so much! Remember the phrase "Sections and Authorities" in the 19th century, this historian did not come to praise his enemies, divide them separately by tribe and be powerful! Bro This is the mode of the british empire.

For example, according to mine, I did not find the story from the folk legends that from the marriage of Jat (men) and Baloch (girl) for 70 years after this comes the Dodai tribe and dynasty, this folk trick cannot be found, but our time! There are more specific facts 1. Jats are not Muslims, moreover in the Middle Ages, but Balochs are Muslims, and marriage with Buddhism or with Sikhs is forbidden. 2. Balochi have a tribe of Jatoi and Jadgal who came from Kurdistan to the Middle Ages. 3. The British historian (Mansel longworth) believes that Dodo Jat was supposedly the tribal chief of the Dodai tribe was the king of the Soomro dynasties, but the founders of this dynasty were Arabs!

At the expense of the tribe Langah, the fact that they Balochi, yes of course! They consider themselves Balochi! I now read the book "The Baloch Race" and see how the author of this book denies precisely those tribes who had their own medieval state, for its dirty politics, in relation to the history of the Balochs, for our time to keep the Afghan and Pakistani historians. In my opinion from medieval documents there are 2 informations about the origin of the Langah Dynasty, one of them considers them Afghans of the other as Balochs, who is right? Let's understand ... 1. The Langah is a very common tribe in northwestern India, and the etymology of the Langah itself is purely Aryan, -Indian-Langhi, Afghan-Langha, Bragui-Lango, but Balochi-Langah, the old name Langah has not changed in Balochi language. 2. All medieval sources about the Langah tribe give information that they came from Sibi, exactly where there were no Afghans and Rajputs, but there were only Baloch tribes. 3. Why it was during the rule of the Langah dynasties, Balochs mass of the tribes moved to Multan? Why did the Langah dynasty transfer their power to the Balochs? OK, if the Langahs are Rajputs, why is their title not Indian? The title of this dynasty was Muslim "Sultan" and in the 15th century Rajput Muslims are a very big rarity ...


Edited by Roman Sakhan - 20-Jan-2019 at 14:57
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