Balochistaniyat - Annual Research Journal of Balochi Academy https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal <div class="about_site"> <p><strong>Balochistaniyat</strong></p> <p>The research journal Balochistaniyat is published annually in June. It is a publication of the Balochi Academy Quetta.</p> <p>The journal combines writings on diverse subjects from a wide range of contributors from different subject areas. The contributors are Writers, Intellectuals, Scholars Orientalists, with an active interest in research. </p> <p>The Editorial Board of the journal consists of distinguished professors from Pakistan as well as from universities abroad. The members of the Editorial Board are reputed for their research.</p> <p>The research journal Balochistaniyat has a panel of renowned national and international referees for peer review of the articles contributed. The articles are chosen after great deliberation by the editors, in light of the reviews received from the panel of referees.</p> <p><strong>Coverage Area:</strong> Balochi and Brahui Languages and other Iranian Languages, Literature , History , tangible and intangible cultures, cross-cultural studies, literary criticism, etc.</p> </div> Balochi Academy en-US Balochistaniyat - Annual Research Journal of Balochi Academy 2305-1345 حانی ءُ شے مرید ءِ مہری داستان ءَ ندارگ کشی https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/73 <p>Environments collaborate to create scenographies for our <br>acts. Every action we take and practically everything we do <br>takes into account the scenic formation—landscape, site, and <br>setting—as well as a method for creating the event's actual <br>physical, perceptual, and emotional context. The word <br>"Scenography" refers to all of the components that go into <br>creating an environment. Balochi poetry is linked with <br>nature. All forms of Balochi poetry have been a big source of <br>creation of original imagination, and scenography. This <br>paper discusses various examples of naturalism and <br>scenography in famous Balochi folk epic of Hani and Shay <br>Mureed. This epic is told in form of poetry.</p> Noor ul Haq shah Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 1 14 محمد بیگ بلوچ ردانک نویسی ءُ تژن ءُ بچکند ءِ ازم https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/74 <p>Satire and humor are broad genre of literature, requiring <br>excellent observation and extensive knowledge in order to <br>write. In this genre, the satirist thinks deeply about a subject <br>and then expresses his views and ideas. The charming style <br>and critique are the main characteristics of this art. Samples <br>of satire and humor in Balochi literature are found in <br>classical poetry and old stories, but in the modern age, the <br>history of this genre is not great in Balochi literature. <br>Muhammad Baig Baloch is the first and prominant name in <br>the new era who has made this genre a permanent means of <br>expression. He has shown that aspect of society through <br>satire and humor which come to us every day, but these are <br>hidden from us. His articles are written with a scholarly <br>charm and a unique style that reflect Muhammad Baig's <br>intellectual ability, and confirm the literary and artistic <br>qualities of satire and humor in Balochi literature. In this <br>article, Muhammad Baig's artistic features are discussed <br>through satire and humorous writing۔</p> Sharaf Shad Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 15 32 میر گل خان نصیر ءِ دستونکاں بنگپی تجربت https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/75 <p>Mir Gul Khan Naseer is known as one of the pioneers of <br>Balochi modern poetry. He has played an important role in the <br>promotion of Balochi modern poetry. His contribution in <br>strengthening Balochi modern poetry thematically and<br>artistically id also examplry. His ghazals carry out stong <br>themes. In his ghazals, he has raised his voice against <br>political, social and imperialist forces. This paper reviews the <br>themes in his ghazals such as his progressive thoughts and his <br>love for Balochistan.</p> Irfan Anwar Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 33 50 عطاشاد ءِ دستونکاں ہستانکی(وجودی)تب ءُ میل https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/76 <p>This paper attempts to discuss existentialism in Atta Shad’s <br>poetry. Atta Shad has performed several experiments in <br>Balochi modern poetry. He played a vital role for the <br>promotion of free verse and Balochi ghazal. He bestowed a <br>new pattern to Balochi poetry and Balochi ghazal. His <br>pattern of poetry is clearly different from other poets. He <br>also introduced several trends in modern Balochi poetry. In <br>this tradition he also bestowed a new diction to the modern <br>Balochi poetry. Modernism and existentialism trends firstly <br>introduced by him in Balochi poetry. Several existentialism <br>trends are found in his ghazals.</p> Abas Ali Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 51 66 بلوچی عہدی شاعری ءَبیبگررِند ءِکِرد https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/77 <p>Bibagr Rind is prominent character in Balochi classical<br>poetry. He has been frequently mentioned in Balochi poetry <br>and has not only perpetuated classical poetry but has also <br>played an important role in the reign of Mir Chakar, but the <br>researchers mostly ignored him and their work on his role <br>is almost insufficient. Through this paper, an attempt has <br>been made to highlight the aspects of his character through <br>the love and contemplative poetry associated with Bibagr <br>Rind.</p> Zahida Raiesi Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 67 81 میر گل خان نصیر ءِ لبزانکی لیکہ https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/78 <p>Every writer and poet has an ideology regarding <br>literature. Similarly, Mir Gul Khan Naseer was a follower <br>of progressive ideology in literature. He was not a <br>believer of literature for literature. According to his <br>ideology, if there is no motive in literature, then it is <br>useless. Mir Gul Khan Naseer was influenced by Marxist <br>ideology and his thoughts became universal. He began to <br>notice the problems of his people, their future, and <br>freedom of those millions of people out there. This paper <br>discusses Mir Gul Khan Naseer’s view of literature for <br>the sake of life.</p> Mahnoor Baloch Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 82 97 غنی پرواز ءِ آزمانکاری https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/79 <p>Ghani Parvaz known as a fiction writer has authored seven <br>books of short stories. According to him, he is the first short <br>story writer to give a new dimension to Balochi fiction by <br>introducing new traditions and techniques. He introduced<br>new techniques in Balochi fiction in 1980s. He has written <br>stories on social, political, revolutionary, and various <br>issues. He looks against the ancient traditions of the <br>society. His characters fed up with the ancient traditions of <br>society, chooses the path of rebellion and prefers a life of <br>his own. This paper attempts to discuss Ghani as a story <br>writer and his story writing techniques.</p> Abdul Sattar Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 98 109 بلوچی دستونک ءَ تجربت https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/80 <p>The ghazal is the oldest poetic form still in use. It remains <br>popular as a sung form in parts of the world where the <br>distinction between poetry (words for the spoken voice) <br>and song lyrics (words for the sung voice, with specific <br>melody) is not so distinct. This paper is an attempt to <br>discuss Balochi Gazal and its froms. It also discusses the <br>new expriences in Balochi ghazal by Gul Khan Naseer, <br>Ghani Parwaz, Saba Dashtiyari, Adam Haqqani, Muneer <br>Momin and Manzoor Bismil.</p> Mujahid Baloch Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 110 124 بلوچ چاگرد ءَ چوگان ءِدود https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/81 <p>Chógán has been a practice of jubilation in the Baloch <br>society from thousands of years, but it recently became a <br>religious part of the Zikri sect of Islam. This ritual took <br>place during the season of hámén (dates ripening season) <br>mostly in Makkoráan (Makran) when the nomads used to <br>come to the towns for collecting dates. This paper <br>illustrates that how a practice of jubilation became the <br>part and parcel of Zikri sect of Islam in the Baloch society. <br>This paper also focuses the background and objectives of <br>this custom in the Baloch social order.</p> Nadra Ibrahim Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 125 140 پنجگورءِ گچین آزمانک نویس https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/82 <p>Short story writers belonging to Panjgur have palyed an <br>important role to play in the development of Balochi <br>literature. They have covered a wide range of political, <br>social and cultural issues in their stories. In this research, <br>some of the selected writers’ work has been discussed The <br>names of these short story writers are Dr. Niamat Ullah <br>Gichki, Hakkeem Baloch, Ghani Tarriq, Ali Dost Baloch <br>and Ulfat Naseem</p> Zakir Hussain Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 141 150 بلوچی لبزانک ءِ سفر نامہاں جنین نبشتہ کارانی کِرد https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/83 <p>A travelogue is a marquee of an author's travel observations. <br>Travelogues are written on eyewitness accounts. That is the <br>basic condition of travel. Travelogues in Balochi literature <br>are traced back to the publication of the monthly Balochi. In <br>Balochi literature, the travelogue has made a great<br>progress. Maryam Suleiman is the first female writer in the <br>history of Balochi travelogue Writers have made a great <br>effort to pay attention to this. Of course, in Baloch literature <br>there is a book of travelogues of Baloch women writers but <br>this book has a distinct identity in all other travel books and <br>it has its own status.</p> Fauzia Zahoor Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 151 160 خان قلات ءُ انگریزانی نیام ءَ دوستی ءِ منگ نامہ https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/84 <p>The British came in Balochistan in 1810 in the era of Meer <br>Mahmood Khan. Before coming in Balochistan they <br>occupied many places like Sindh and Punjab. When they <br>intended to occupy Afghanistan for that they had to pass <br>from Balochistan. This time the son of Meer Mahmood <br>Khan, Meer Mehrab Khan was ruling in Balochistan, but <br>Baloch gave them tough time while passing from Bolan,<br>Balochistan. To have an easy pass from Bolan they met Meer <br>Mehrab Khan and made some agreements. These friendly <br>agreements among British and Khan of Qalat are discussed <br>in this research paper.</p> Sabreen Nazir Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 161 170 The Reconstruction of Artistic Worth of Gul Khan Naseer’s Poetry: Analyzing Academic Comments on Gul Khan’s Poetry https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/85 <p>This paper conceptualizes to reconstruct Gul Khan <br>Naseer’s artistic worth in the paradigm of art for the sake <br>of art on the basis of his views. This paper makes path of <br>Idealistic version of art through Romanticism. <br>Furthermore, the paper reconstructs others’ thoughts <br>(they have formed to define Gul Khan’s artistic <br>stratification) that suppose Gul Khan’s artistic position <br>relies on the paradigm of art for the sake of life and will <br>replace them with Romanticism.</p> <p><br><strong>Key Words:</strong> Idealistic, Art, Romanticism, Gul Khan Naseer</p> Muhammad Amin Tahir Hakim Baloch Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 171 179 The Impacts of Social Media on the Lives of Youth; A Case Study of Nushki https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/86 <p>This research is concentrated on social media impacts on <br>youth and their social life, physical activities, trends, <br>educational awareness, trends and learning, etc. which has <br>found that social media has a positive and negative impact <br>on youth. The study analysed that how social media is <br>influencing youth in different aspects of social life. Social <br>media is a useful tool but sometimes it is misused by the <br>youth. A questionnaire was created to elicit replies from <br>respondents (students) in the selected colleges of district <br>Noshki. The Population for this study comprised of college <br>students of District Nushki. The researcher selected 300 <br>respondents 150 females and 150 males out of total <br>population. Purposive sampling was used in the research <br>study. </p> <p><strong>Key Words:</strong> Social Media, Students, Technological Determinism, Uses <br>and Gratification</p> Mashal Mengal Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 180 200 The Role of Local Press in Creating Environmental Awareness in Balochistan https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/87 <p>This study explores the role of environmental journalism by <br>the local press in Balochistan in creating awareness <br>regarding environmental issues. The researcher applied the <br>Qualitative content analysis to investigate the content of two <br>leading local newspapers (Daily Jang Quetta and Daily <br>Intekhab Quetta). The research aims to explore how and to <br>what extent the two newspapers covered environmental <br>issues and to know the impact of coverage in creating <br>awareness about environmental issues such as <br>deforestation, pollution, and water crisis. By using the <br>purposive sampling, the researcher investigated mainly the <br>editorial page including Columns, Editorials, and Letters to <br>Editor published from April 2017 to March 2018. The <br>researcher analysing 48 items found that the local press in <br>Balochistan has covered the environmental issues very <br>rarely. The study concluded that the role of the local press <br>in creating awareness regarding environmental issues is <br>minimal. The study recommends that as Balochistan is <br>specifically under severe threat of environmental issues, the <br>local press must play its role in creating awareness and <br>highlighting the issues. </p> <p><strong>Key Words:</strong> Environmental Issues, Deforestation, Water Crisis, Pollution, <br>Local Press.</p> Homer Jan Copyright (c) 2022 2022-08-01 2022-08-01 11 201 215