THE ROLE OF THE BALOCHI LANGUAGE AND CULTURE AMONG THE BALOCH PEOPLE IN BALOCHISTAN
Keywords:The Balochi language, Baloch culture, traditional norms, Balochistan
The paper is set up to evaluate the role of The Balochi
language and culture among the Baloch people, and social life
of the Baloch society. However, language and culture are
integrated, indicating the actual pictorial of the tribal
communities and traditional norms, values, customs of Baloch
people. The study is covered through an extensive review of
the literature to shed the role of The Balochi language and
culture perspectives of the Baloch people. The study highlights
that Baloch people living within communities and tribes
numbered as monolingual and integrated with the respective
culture, representing ethnicity, humanity and respecting social
norms with the society
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