Mir Jalal Khan

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Mir Jalal Khan Baloch (Balochi: مير جَلال حان بلوچ‎) son of Haroon Khan son of Sulaiman Khan son of Mando Khan son of Zabar Kush Khan son of Laulak Khan son of Arghuan Khan son of Noorullah Khan son of Baloch Khan.

Alternative origin[edit]

It seems probable that there were five principal gatherings of clans under well-known leaders, and that they became known by some nickname or descriptive epithet, such as the Rinds (‘chess’), the Hooths (‘warriors‘), the Lasharis (‘men of Lashar‘), etc., and that these names were afterwards transferred to their ostensible ancestors. The Buledis, or men of Buleda 2 probably joined the confederacy later. The same may be said of the Ghazanis and Umaranis.[1]


  1. ^ Longworth Dames, Mansel (1904). The Baloch Race: A Historical and Ethnological Sketch. Asiatic Society Monographs. Vol. IV. Vol. 4. Royal Asiatic Society. Retrieved 22 April 2014.