Volume 6 Number 6-Dec-2014

Articles




01: Reflection of Nomadic Life in Brahui Folk Lore

Lehŕí. Inayat, Sarparra. Hafíz, Náz G.Hyder and Lehŕí N.Báno

Pages: 01-21

Abstract

The main objective of this article displays the background of Brahui folk music which tells thousand years historical prospective of nomadic life style and the development of their musical skills. Their honesty and affections natural beauty with complete source of information. The importance, impacts, necessity and values which portrays the basics of nomadic life. These all are composed of social life, living standards, sorrows and happiness, family and groups, tent (Gidán), migration and encampment, love and affection, patriotism, mother land and abroad, herd of camels and sheep, agriculture and farming, changing of weathers, characters, beliefs and ethics, hospitality and honesty, health and illness, entertainment, hardworking, brevity and cowardice. Include all these the protection of mother tongue is displayed in nomadic living style and respect of each individual sentiment in the Brahui folk music. In this context disciplinary code of life can be clearly imagined. The Brahui folk music visualizes the complete background of nomadic life with melodies.

Keywords:

Brahui folk music, nomadic life, musical skills, sorrows and happiness, migration and encampment, love and affection, camels and sheep

Lehŕí. Inayat and et al are Brahui M.Phil Students in Brahui department, University of Balochistan Quetta.

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02: Literary Role of Durxání’s Religious Scholars

Hanf[i M. Ahmed, Şáhvání Ş. Ahmed

Pages: 22-31

Abstract

Maktaba Durkhani (Durxání Academy) established at the village of Durxání in Dhadar (Balochistan). It Started work in Brahui, Balochi, Sindhi, Persian, Urdu and Arabic Languages. The majority publications of Maktaba had been done in Brahui language. The first ever Brahui translation of the Holy Quran, which translated by an eminent religious scholar of the Academy, several religious literature had translated in various languages mentioned above, this Academy brought great changes and reforms in the life of individuals and in Baloch society. The writers of the Academy opposed the Christian missionaries. This Academy has brought new ideas in the history of Brahui literature and language. It put a great influence on Brahui language. The writer of the Academy had presented many works, which are belonged to religious teachings, Brahui literature, poetry, prose and language.

Keywords:

Durxání Academy, publications of Maktaba, eminent religious scholar, Baloch society, Christian missionaries

Hanf[i M. Ahmed is M.Phil Scholar in Brahui Department, Şáhvání Ş. Ahmed is the Chairperson of Brahui Department University of Balochistan Quetta.

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03: A Research analysis of Brahui Folk Lore

Saní L.Alí

Pages: Saní L.Alí

Abstract

This research article deals with to know about Brahui folklore. Generally a simple definition has been adopted for Brahui folklore, those folklores has not identified. Simply unknown writers verses known as Brahui folk literature, but in this article it has been proved that many folklores has been written by poets or writers, which are known in literature. "Şatko" is the prominent example of known folklore and there are several folklores which has its writers. A research oriented approach could disclose many known folklores.

Keywords:

unknown writers verses, Şatko, known folklore,

Saní L.Alí is with Department of Brahui and Editor of Annual Research Journal Al-Burz.

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04: Social, Epical and Revolutionary Poetry in Brahui Literature

Hayyát. Ģamxuár, Mengal Yúsaf and RaxŞáni M.Akram

Pages: 48-85

Abstract

This research article shows the way of expression and style, where socio cultural, economical changes accrued. The rhyme, saying verses, and poetry describe, the social norms of a society in this regard Brahui poetry has strong feathers. Brahui poetry represents the thoughts, feelings and psychology of people, especially epics reflects the norms, un-restless and sadness of society. Mullá Mazár Badúzaí, Babú Abdul Rehmán Kurd, and Nádir Kambarání, has played vital role while in shape of epics and revolutionary poetry.

Keywords:

epic, revolutionary poetry, cultural and economical changes, social norms, Badúzaí, Kurd, Kambarání

Hayyát. Ģamxuár is Brahui writer, Mengal Yúsaf is with Brahui Departnet University of Balochistan Quetta and RaxŞáni M.Akram is M.Phil Scholar

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