You may want some resources to help you read, write, speak and understand the Baloch language.
Balochi Folktales is an app on the Google Play Store that allows you to read folk tales in Standard Balochi language and thus teach your children or even yourself some vocabulary.
As per the Store : “This app contains 10 Balochi folktales and stories (text and audio) in Latin and Arabic script. The stories are traditional folktales rendered into the standard Balochi language by Aziz Dadiar and Carina Jahani. Mahsa Mir is the illustrator of the book. In the tales, you meet kings and queens, prophets and shaikhs, thieves and robbers, dragons and lions, cows and sheep and a lot of other characters. All of the stories are part of the Balochi cultural heritage that should be passed on to your children and grandchildren. This app is a gift to all Balochi language lovers and will be updated on a regular basis with more tales and stories. Enjoy!”
To download the app, visit this link :
Webonary’s Balochi Dictionary is a simple dictionary tool allowing you to look up Balochi words :
For grammar, Uppsala University have published a handy textbook courtesy of Carina Jahani that will help you discover Balochi script, the intricacies of its grammar and master the Balochi language. To download the textbook follow this link :
Uppsala University have also released the Balochi Language Project as a whole as part of this project. The Balochi Language Project not only tries to delve into the history of the language and culture but also provides a series of resources for Baloch learners :