Face veil as one of the most challenging manifestations of hijab in the cultural geography of Islamic countries operate as a distinguisher. In this study, 12 Baloch Muslim women have participated to explicate semantic implications of the niqab in Balochistan region. The method of phenomenology has been applied to analysis the perspectives of participants on niqab. The data was coded, categorized and analyzed by using MAXQDA qualitative software. The semi-structured interviews and field observations indicated that Baluch women wear Niqab as a symbol of their collective ethnical identity to prove their greatest religious commitment, this all-black cloth, niqab, not only is devoid of any user identification and diversity in production but also allows women to travel in a Shia-Persian centered context. Accordingly, niqab carries a certain symbol with respect to ethnic-religious structures to operate as a powerful cultural signifier of otherness, decentralization of Shia-Persian majority discourse, and strengthening collective identity to maintain the social cohesion.