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Jalal Khan (Urdu: جلال خان‎) is a legendary figure in the history of the Baloch people who led the Baloch from Persia to Makran. Jalal Khan had four sons, Rind Khan, Hoth Khan, Lashar Khan, and Kora Khan, and a daughter, Bibi Jato, who was married to his nephew (and her cousin) Murad. Jalal Khan also had two known brothers, Mir Ali and Mir Nos. One of his known grandsons is Mir Aalii, son of King Hoth and his great grandsons include Mir Dostein Hoth from the story/folklore “Sassui Punnuh”. Baloch tribes derive their eponymous names from Jalal Khan's children, these five are believed to be the founders of the main Balochi divisions: Rind, Lashari (Laashaar), , Korai and Jatoi.

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  • Jalal Khan (Urdu: جلال خان‎) is a legendary figure in the history of the Baloch people who led the Baloch from Persia to Makran. Jalal Khan had four sons, Rind Khan, Hoth Khan, Lashar Khan, and Kora Khan, and a daughter, Bibi Jato, who was married to his nephew (and her cousin) Murad. Jalal Khan also had two known brothers, Mir Ali and Mir Nos. One of his known grandsons is Mir Aalii, son of King Hoth and his great grandsons include Mir Dostein Hoth from the story/folklore “Sassui Punnuh”. Baloch tribes derive their eponymous names from Jalal Khan's children, these five are believed to be the founders of the main Balochi divisions: Rind, Lashari (Laashaar), , Korai and Jatoi.
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  • Being the founder and former leader of the Baloch
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  • Jalal Khan (Urdu: جلال خان‎) is a legendary figure in the history of the Baloch people who led the Baloch from Persia to Makran. Jalal Khan had four sons, Rind Khan, Hoth Khan, Lashar Khan, and Kora Khan, and a daughter, Bibi Jato, who was married to his nephew (and her cousin) Murad. Jalal Khan also had two known brothers, Mir Ali and Mir Nos. One of his known grandsons is Mir Aalii, son of King Hoth and his great grandsons include Mir Dostein Hoth from the story/folklore “Sassui Punnuh”. Baloch tribes derive their eponymous names from Jalal Khan's children, these five are believed to be the founders of the main Balochi divisions: Rind, Lashari (Laashaar), , Korai and Jatoi. He may be the same as Jalal ad-Din Mingburnu, the last ruler of the Khwarezmian Empire.Not much is known about his ancestry and the origins of Baloch people in general. All 150+ tribes/sub tribes/clans of the Baloch are his direct descendants.
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