List of Baluchi heroes and leaders
Below is an incomplete list of historical heroes and leaders who at one time were Balochis in which they ruled or rebelled against the occupation for their independence.
President (title)[edit | edit source]
Prime Ministers[edit | edit source]
Historical and national heroes[edit | edit source]
- Muhammad Leghari a strong Sistan warrior rose up against the Arab in the 8th century
- Mir Chakar Rind (1468-1565) Chief of the Baloch Rind tribe or dynasty
- Mir Gwahram Khan Lashariin the 15th century He was considered as a chieftain and hero of the Lashari Baloch's
- Ghazi Khan was a Baloch mercenary from Dodai tribe who moved to Multan, in the late 15th century
- Malik Sohrab Dodai was a Baloch mercenary who moved to Multan (Punjab) in the late 15th century
- Dollah Darya Khan was a famous general of Samma Dynasty of Sindh, Years of service 1490-1521
- Mohammad Khan Baluch's Rebellion (1733–1734) uprising in Persia
- Kaura Khan Qaisrani the heroic chief of the Qaisrani tribe (1812-18**).
- Dil Murad Khan rebelled against the British occupation in 1857
- Kadu Makrani rebelled against the British occupation
- Nauroz Khan (1874–1964) Nawab and leader of the Zehri tribe
- Dost Mohammad Khan Baloch (1924-1929) was the ruler of Western Baluchistan
- Sher Mohammad Marri (1935-1993) was the chief of the Marri Baloch tribe, Years active 1960s–1990
- Akbar Bugti (1927–2006)was the Tumandar (head) of the Bugti tribe of Baloch people
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Taheri, Ahmad Reza. A Sociopolitical Study of Iranian Baloch Elites (1979-2013). Lulu.com. ISBN 9781312349681.
- Ibbetson, Sir Denzil (1974). Punjab Castes. Sh. Mubarak Ali.
- Dames, Mansel Longworth (1904). The Baloch race: A historical and ethnological sketch. Royal Asiatic society.
- The Samma Kingdom of Sindh: Historical Studies. Institute of Sindhology, University of Jamshoro. 2006. ISBN 9789694050782.
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