Beluçlar (beluçça بلۏچ) – İran, Pakistan ve Afğanistanda tapılğan bir halq. Beluç tilide laf eteler, oturğan memleketniñ tilinide bileler.

Umumiy sayısı
  • 10 million (2013)[1]
  • 3–5 million kişi beluç tilinde laf ete (2011)[2]
Oturğan regionları
Pakistan 6.86 million (2017) [3]
İran 2 million (2013) [4]
Oman 500,000 [5][6]
Birleşken Arap Emirlikleri 468,000 (2014) [7]
Afğanistan 500,000 [8][9]
Türkmenistan 100,000  [10]

Beluç tili



Menbalar deñiştir

  1. Iran Minorities 2: Ethnic Diversity. The Iran Primer. United States Institute of Peace (Şablon:HumanizeDate). — «Baluchis number between 4 million in Iran. They are part of a wider regional population of about 10 million spread across Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.».
  2. 10. Balochi: Towards a Biography of the Language // Language Policy and Language Conflict in Afghanistan and Its Neighbors. — Brill. — P. 319. — ISBN 978-9004201453
  3. Number of Balochi-speaking people in Balochistan falls. Dawn News (Şablon:HumanizeDate). — «However, the total number of Baloch people has increased from 4 million in 1998 to 6.86m in 2017. The count does not include the population of two districts – Quetta and Sibi – where people of various ethnicities, including Baloch and Pashtun also reside.».
  4. UNPO: West Balochistan.
  5. Languages of Oman [Arhivlengen 2012-10-09 у Wayback Machine.], (retrieved December 5, 2009)
  6. Oman [Arhivlengen 2018-12-24 у Wayback Machine.], CIA World Factbook (retrieved December 5, 2009)
  7. United Arab Emirates: Languages.
  8. Karlos Zurutuza. Pakistani Baloch find home in Afghanistan. Al Jazeera (Şablon:HumanizeDate). — «In the absence of comprehensive census data, an estimate by Professor Abdul Sattar Purdely puts the population of Afghan Baloch at about two million.».
  9. Cultural Orientation Balochi. Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (Şablon:HumanizeDate). — «An estimated 500,000–600,000 Baloch live in southern Afghanistan, concentrated in southern Nimroz Province, and to a lesser degree in Helmand and Kandahar provinces.».
  10. KOKAISLOVÁ, Pavla, KOKAISL Petr. Ethnic Identity of The Baloch People. Central Asia and The Caucasus. Journal of Social and Political Studies. Volume 13, Issue 3, 2012, p. 45-55., ISSN 1404-6091