Category: Travelling

Gondrani Caves: House Of Spirits

Gondrani Caves: House Of Spirits

Gondrani Caves: The House Of Great Spirits And Mysteries. Cave city, Mahi Pir and also known as Shehr-e-Roghan is an archaeological site About 20 km from Bela city in Baluchistan, Pakistan. These ancient cave, holding deciphered symbols and historic traces of unknown civilization. Due to the absence of archaeological knowledge about these caves, many people ….  Read More

Karez underground Irrigation in Balochistan

Karez underground Irrigation in Balochistan

Karezes are the underground channels, which bring the water from the higher to the lower place with out any pumping system mostly for irrigational purposes. The word “Karez” is derived from Persian language and is synonymous with another Persian word Qanat. The karezes are present in many countries of the world and they are known ….  Read More

Khaddi Kabab Variety of foods in Balochistab

Khaddi Kabab Variety of foods in Balochistab

Khaddi Kabab Variety of foods in Balochistab are popular for their extraordinary taste, and particularly the way these are cooked. Also, Balochistani people are normally fond of meat, and 90% of Balochistani cuisine consists of meat-based dishes, and they prefer dishes which are also made from the meat of beef lamb and goat. Khaddi Kebab ….  Read More

Balochi Chawat/Chappal the antique design

Balochi Chawat/Chappal the antique design

Balochi Chawat/Chappal the antique design TheBalochi Chawat/Chappal the antique design is very unique and one of the antique design sandal in the world its not only a part of the culture of Balochistan but people all over the country wear it with great enthusiasm.Majority of the Baloch people in balochistan wear this chawat on Eids,wedding ….  Read More

Balochistan and Balochs in views of others.

Balochi Jewelry and culture how they do

The history of jewellery is long and goes back many years, with many different uses among different cultures.One of the first to start jewellery making were the peoples of the Indus civilisation.

The Folk Sport of warriors in Balochistan

The Folk Sport of warriors in Balochistan

The Folk Sport of warriors.(Pahstoons) The centuries-old Central Asian sportBuzkashi is a game that is celebrated and is famous among Pashtun people which means ‘dragging the goat’ in Persian/Balochi language. Pathans of Balochistan also used to play this sports in Kuchlak and Chaman. Buzkashi is a alarmingly fast and extremely physical sports in which players ….  Read More

That's how bake the bread traditionally

That’s how bake the bread traditionally

That’s how bake the bread traditionally, The Balochs were traditionally nomads and shepherds they used to take, their herds in the mountains for grazing in times of drought.how we bake the bread traditionally We call it Wanda in Balochi.During that time they only had the necessary item with them viz; gun,bottle of water,flour etc.They could ….  Read More

Mashkel-e-kor known beautiful terrain

The Mighty Rakshan River Balochistan

The Mighty Rakshan River.It starts from district Washuk and run towards south-westward  and cross from district Panjgur and drop in mashkel river, Rakshan River Balochistan and ends in Hamun-i-Mashkel, However, the total length of Rakshan is 258 miles. Rakshan is a seasonal river and it possesses little or no water which is the main source ….  Read More

Walking on burning coal to innocence

Walking on burning coal to innocence

Walking on burning coal to prove innocence. Walking on burning coal to innocence, There is an ancient tradition in Balochistan which is locally know as “Ass Aff” which mean fire and water/fat. the past, it merely a tradition started by the Bugti and Marri tribe, but now it seems to be spreading to the Rind ….  Read More