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The role of seasonal low-pressure in human communities formation in the region of Balouchestan, Iran is the subject of the present article. The rainfalls,resulting from penetrating of Indian ocean seasonals have tropical origin that arrive into the region during hot season of the year and cause very stormy rainfalls.The research has shown that the distribution of seasonal rainfalls has a close relation with distribution of the region's village habitations.The principal focuses of village habitations ranging from 400 to 999 households, are mainly located the marginal and principal focuses of summery rain. Also there is a relation between these rainfalls and the land , under cultivated with rice which is a product of hot regions. The main centre of rice cultivation is concidering with the main centre of summery raining, so the more we get away from principal focus of seasonal rains, the rice cultivation becomes less. Exploition of rain water by using Hootak (hole) has been dug by residents of the region in order to reserve rain water for animal husbandry and their own use .