Books about Brahui:

booksThe life-history of a Brahui by Denys Bray (Jan 1, 1913)

booksThe Brahui Language by M. S. Andronov (1980)

booksBrahui, a Dravidian Language by Mikhail S. Andronov (2006)

booksBrahui and western iranian clusters sk. by Adriano Valerio Rossi (1977)

booksBrahui and Dravidian comparative grammar (University of California publications in linguistics) by M. B. Emeneau (1962)

booksWebster's Brahui to English Crossword Puzzles: Level 1 by Philip M. Parker (Aug 2, 2007)

booksWebster's Brahui - English Thesaurus Dictionary by Philip M. Parker (Jan 3, 2008)


Wiki information Brahui:

Brahui Language
Human Language

Brahui is a Dravidian language spoken by the Brahui people in the central Balochistan region of Pakistan and Afghanistan, and by expatriate Brahui communities in Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, and Iran. It is isolated from the nearest...

Brahui people

The Brahui are an ethnic group of about 9.0 million people with the majority found in Sindh and Baluchistan, Pakistan, but they are also found in smaller numbers in neighboring Afghanistan and Iran. The Brahuis are almost entirely Sunni Muslims.


Facebook pages same name Brahui:

Akthar Chanal Zehri Baloch - Chef Brahuisthan - Politician