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> en-US zakir.qadir@balochiacademy.org (Zakir Qadir) admin@balochiacademy.org (Admin) Sun, 14 Nov 2021 08:14:13 -0500 OJS 3.3.0.8 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 The Literary Impacts of T. S. Eliot on Balochi Literature https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/11 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div> <p>This paper is mainly concerned with a modernist study of ‘The Literary Impacts of T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) on Balochi Literature.’ Moreover, this article aims to explore Eliot’s artistic pioneerships. It attempts to specify the literary forms, themes, styles and qualities of Eliot in works of renowned Baloch poets, critics and essayists of the 20th Century. Further, the artistic elements of Eliot are comparatively analyzed and justified with the glittering literary ‘contents’ and ‘structures’ of twentieth-century Baloch literary authors from a background study of modernist perspectives. In this paper, the researcher’s opinions are primarily bounded to discover and discuss the closest affinity of modern English and Baloch poets in light of the effects of those enormous artistic factors of Eliot’s modern poetry and criticism on all famous Baloch literary authors, such as Gul Khan Naseer, Muhammad Hussain Hanqa, Atta Shad, Karim Dashti; Akbar Barakzai, Bashir Bidaar, Manzoor Bismil, Munir Momin, A. R. Dad and many others. In relation to this, these well-known twentieth century Baloch authors, by adapting ‘Eliotic trends of newness,’ have traditionalized the spirit of modernity in their poetic works. They have exceptionally acquainted with striking footprints of Eliot’s poetic compositions in a well-versed manner.</p> <p><strong>Key words:</strong> Modernism, English Poetry, Balochi Literature, Modern Culturalism.</p> </div> </div> Shoaib Ahmed Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/11 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 Deviation from Traditionalism for the sake of being Liberal: The Historical conceptual framework of Baloch Society https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/12 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div> <p>The paper covers that the modernity on de-ontological ethics hits the foundation of traditionalism, so the de-ontologically conceived a-teleological ground pushes the traditionalism towards a fundamentalism. The paper argues that traditionalism neither remains a-teleological nor it prevails de-ontological. The paper discusses the assumption that the politically engaged Baloch individual entertains traditionalism as a synonym of fundamentalism. The paper suggests that the traditionalism is the conscious survival of Baloch society. The research embraces that the assumed notion of de-ontological modernity and a-teleological progressiveness does not lead only the Baloch society towards the liberalism, but it formulates the conversion of traditionalism into fundamentalism. The research analyses teleological ground of traditionalism, Baloch tradition and fundamentalism, and concludes that tradition shouldn’t need to be eventual, but evolutionary and teleological</p> <p><strong>Key words:</strong>&nbsp;Baloch, Fundamentalism, Liberalism, Traditionalism, Modernity, A-teleology, De-ontology.</p> </div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Muhammad Amin Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/12 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 بلوچی ءُ سندھی مہری داستانانی ہمگو نگی https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/13 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>If one compares Balochi romantic Dastan with those of other nations around the world, one can easily find numerous similarities among them especially with Sindhi romantic Dastan. This is due to the fact that Baloch and Sindhi have been living like neighbors for centuries. Both the nations possess civilizations that comprise thousands of years and that can be found in Moenjo Darho and Maher Garh. And the romantic Dastan of both the nations represent their respective civilizations. Like Sindhi romantic Dastan of Umar Marvi, Momal Rano, Noori Jam Tamachi, whose names and family histories can easily be sought from the books. Similarly, Balochi romantic lores like Haani, Shay Mureed, Bebarg Granaz, Shahdad, Mehnaz and other also have their historical origin and they share quite a lot of similarities especially Shadaad, Mehnaz, Haani, Shay Mureed and Umar Marvi, Momal, Rano etc. have quite alike plots of stories.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Naseem Gull Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/13 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 بلوچی دستونک ءَ مہرانکی شاعری https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/17 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>This paper attempts to discuss romantic poetry in Balochi Ghazal. In Balochi classical poetry romantic trends have been witnessed during the era of ChakarKhanRind. The poets of this era have discussed the beauty of their near and dear ones. The18th Century Balochiromantic poetry still exists which was said by the poets like, Jam Durruk, Mast Tokli, Mula Izzat and Mula Fazul. Modern poetry of Balochi was started in 1922 and Baba Malang Shah Hashmi was the first poet of this era. Modern Balochi romantic poetry started in 1949. For the first time, Radio Pakistan Karachi has broadcasted Balochi poetry under the supervision of Syed Hashmi. After 1951, the Balochi poetries have been published in a monthly magazine, namely monthly Oman. The sole purpose of this research is to pave the way for other coming researchers to work further on this topic.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Azeem Baloch Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/17 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 کوہنیں بلوچی شاعری ءَ حمل کلمتی ءِ گہگیری https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/18 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>This paper anaylize the barveness of Hammal Kalmati in Balochi classical poerty. Hammal Kalmati is known as a Baloch chief and warrior. He fought and resisted with Portuguese pirates, probably in the latter part of the sixteenth century, to protect the Baloch land and sea. He had sacrificed his life for the Baloch and their sea. According to a tradition, he had even tried to kill a lion by trying its claws. Apart from this, there was a fight between Hammal Kalmati and Chakar Kulwahi based on poetry, while according to some sources, there was a practical resistance to each other.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Abdul Razzaq Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/18 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 سسی ءُ پنو ءِ عشقی داستان https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/19 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>This paper attempts to discuss the love story of Sassi and Punno which is equally famousin Sindhi, Panjabi, and Balochi folklore. The romantic story of Sassi and Punnu is famous in Baloch history and literature. The story is about of faithful wife who is ready to undergo all kinds of troubles that would come her way while seeking her beloved husband who was separated from her by the rivals. The Sassi Punno's story belongs to the city of Sindh (Bahmboor) and city of Balochistan (Kech). This story take many turns and dramatically ends in sadness.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Noorul Hassan Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/19 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 بلوچی عہدی ءُ نیم عہدی شاعری ءَ ابرم دوستی https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/20 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>This study is an analysis of naturalism in Balochi poetry. Naturalism is a part of literature since centuries. Balochi poetry is mostly linked with nature, either it is classical or of Mullahiera. Natural Beauty is praised in Balochi poetry. There are numerious examples of of apprecaiation of natural beauty in Balochi poerty while the poet is praising his beloved or his land. They have also created new symbols and metaphors to express the nature. This paper discusses various examples of naturalism in Balochi classical poerty.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Abbas Ali Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/20 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 نعمت اللہ گچکی ءِ آزمانکاری https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/21 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>Dr. Niamat Ullah Gichki is one of the famous and great story writer of Balochi literature. He played a vital role for preservation and promotion of Balochi short story, he has written some famous short stories, which were loved by Balochi readers. Because in his writings, he covered all the basics of a good fiction. In 1963, he wrote his first story, which was published in monthly ’’Balochi’’. In this period, he wrote three books of short stories. The first was, “Mehrey Tayaab” which was published in 2008, the second one is “Shakkal Wa Zahr Aap” published in 2011 and the third one is “Tamoren Bangowah” which was published in 2020.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Dil Jaan Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/21 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 غنی پرواز ءِ آزمانکاں کارست سازی https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/22 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>Ghani Parwaz is one the many popular short story writers of Balochi. He started writing short stories in 1971. This paper attempts to discuss the characters of his various short stories published time to time. His characters belong to the various walks of life such as, doctors, engineers, teachers, artists, politicians, shepherds and formers who are romantic, religious, employees, jobless, rich and poor, young and old, etc. This paper introduces the characters of Ghani Parawaz’s short stories to know how a writer characterizes his stories.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Mrs. Sabiha Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/22 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500 بلوچی لبزانک ءَ انگریزانی کرد https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/23 <div id="articleAbstract" class="block"> <div>Orientalists working on Balochi literature have rendered invaluable services for the development of Balochi language. In eighteenth century a huge stock in the shape of Balochi historical contents of 1940 werethe collected by the orientalists. All these materials have been published by Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal. Though they were on duty but their said step benifited Balochi language and literature. This paper attempts to through some some on the role of the orientalists who have contributed greatly for the advancement of Balochi language and literature.Orientalists have published many articles, magazines and books pertaining to Balochi language and literature.</div> </div> <div id="articleFullText" class="block">&nbsp;</div> Kamil Shah Copyright (c) 2021 https://balochistaniyat.balochiacademy.org/index.php/journal/article/view/23 Thu, 11 Nov 2021 00:00:00 -0500