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(Dhakarwal, Dhakkarwal, Dhakawal)

Location : Rajasthan, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi

Country : India

Languages : Rajasthani, Dhundhari, Punjabi, Haryanvi

Religion : Hinduism

Dhaka (ढाका)[1] [2][3] Dhakarwal (ढकरवाल) Dhakkarwal (ढक्करवाल)[4] Dhakawal (ढकवाल) gotra Jats are found in Rajasthan, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi. They were supporters of Chauhan Confederacy. [5] They were supporters of Tomar Confederacy. [6][7][8]



  • Dhakas are said to be the descendants of Nagavansh rulers Taka (टाक) or Taxaka (तक्षक).
  • The word 'Dhaka' is a linguistic (Pali) variation of Taka. [9] [10]
  • Some historians consider it to be originated from place called Dhikauli (ढिकौली). [11]
  • ढाकोजी के नाम पर ढाका जाट गोत्र प्रचलित हुआ है.[12]


Alexander Cunningham[13] writes about The Sangala of Alexander, which has long ago been recognized in the Sakala of the Brahmans and the Sāgal of the Buddhists.

Alexander Cunningham[14] further writes that In the time of Hwen Thsang She-kie-lo, or Sakala, was in ruins, and the chief town of the district was Tse-kia, or Chekia, which may also be read as Dhaka or Taka.

It is also likely that the clan may get name from Dhak tree. Alexander Cunningham[15] mentions that On leaving Sakala, the Chinese pilgrim Xuanzang travelled eastward into a forest of Po-lo-she trees, where his party encountered fifty brigands, who robbed them of their clothes. M. Julien, who has properly rendered Hwen Thsang Po-lo-she by Palasa, the Butea frondosa, or Dhak tree.

The Brahmanical accounts of Sakala have been collected from the Mahabharata by Professor Lassen in his ' Pentapotamia Indica.' (pp. 73, 74) According to that poem, Sakala, the capital of the Madras, who are also called Jartikas and Bahikas, was situated on the Apaga rivulet to the west of the Iravati, or Ravi river. It was approached from the east side by pleasant paths through the Pilu forest,

" Sami-pilu kariranām vaneshu sukhavartmasu." (शमी पीलु करीराणां वनेषु सुखवर्त्मसु) (VIII.30.24)

Alexander Cunningham[16] mentions that The country is still well known as Madrades, or the district of the Madras, which is said by some to extend from the Bias to the Jhelam, but by others only to the Chenab. Regarding the Apaga rivulet, I believe that it may be recognized in the Ayak Nadi, a small stream which has its rise in the Jammu hills to the north-east of Syalkot. After passing Syalkot the Ayak runs westerly near Sodhra, where in the rainy season it throws off its superfluous water in the Chenab. It then turns to the south-south-west past Banka and Nandanwa to Bhutala, and continues this same course till within a few miles of Asarur. There it divides into two branches, which, after passing to the east and west of Asarur, rejoin at 2½ miles to the south of Sangalawala Tiba. Its course is marked in the revenue survey maps for 15 miles to the south-west of Sangala, where it is called the Nananwa canal. An intelligent man of Asarur informed me that he had seen the bed of the Nananwa 20 kos to the south-west, and that he had always heard that it fell into the Ravi a long way off. This, then, must be Arrian's "small rivulet" near which Alexander pitched his camp, at 100 stadia, or 11½ miles, to the east of the Akesines, below its junction with the Hydaspes.[17] At that time, therefore, the water of the Ayak must have flowed for a long distance below Sangala, and most probably fell into the Ravi, as stated by my informant. Near Asarur and Sangala, the Ayak is now quite dry at all seasons ; but there must have been water in it at Dhakawala only 24 miles above Asarur, even so late as the reign of Shah Jahan, when his son Dara Shekoh drew a canal from that place to his hunting seat at Shekohpura, which is also called the Ayak, or Jhilri canal.

According to historian Dasharatha Sharma the ancient name Darbhakaksha (दर्भकक्ष) mentioned in Chauhan history is identified as present village Dhakas in Fatehpur tahsil of Sikar district in Rajasthan. It was one of the vishayas of Chauhans.[18]

According to Bards It is said that all Dhakas were killed in war when a sole person in womb of Chahar lady of Sidhmukh survived, who was Juliya Dhaka. Juliya Dhaka moved from here and came to a spot in Sikar district and founded Juliasar after him. It is near border of Churu district on Laxmangarh-Salasar road (NH-65). Nearby village Magluna (east). Julia Jat had 18 sons who founded 18 villages. Dhaka gotra Jats founded 45 villages. All Dhakas have spread from Juliasar.

Cities and mountains named on Dhaka's name:

There are many Cities and mountains named on Dhaka's name like Kala Dhaka (Black Mountains) and Gora Dhaka mountains on the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan. A village is also known as Dhaka near by these mountains.

Origin of Dhaka

Origin of Dhaka: Dr Naval Viyogi provides us information from the Naga records. Dhaka is also the name of capital of Bangladesh. It is named after Dhakeshwari i.e. the goddess of Dhakas. According to Dr Naval Viyogi [19] In a period of third century AD many hoards of Taka coins have been recovered from Nagpur region,[20] which were introduced by the Taka Nagas of North-West. Linguists have informed that these Taka people reached and ruled in the region of Dhaka of Bangla Desh, since the word 'Dhaka' is a linguistic (Pali) variation of Taka. [21] [22]

In the second act of Sanskrit play mrcchakatika a dialect has been used by author, known as Takki. Taki, Takka or Dhakka is the Prakrit dialect which has been called by Pischal language of East Bengal spoken around Dhaka, but there is another interpretation too, since word 'Ta' has been changed to 'Dha' due to the tendency of change from Sanskrit to Pali or Prakrit as cited above, hence the original word is Taka from which Dhaka has been derived.[23][24]

Dhaka is a one of names of Nagavanshi Kings who ruled from 2nd to 5th century. As per History of Sanskrit Literature (1859), p. 267 and F. Max Mullar Dhata changed to Dacca or Dhaka (Sanskrit to Pali or English) over a period of time.

सरपा खाप

76. सरपा खाप - यह खाप शाहजहां के शासन के दौरान बनी. अब इसमें विभिन्न गोत्रों के करीब 80 गांव हैं जिसमें उत्तर प्रदेश के जनपद बागपत में बसे खेकड़ा, बसी, ढिकौली, टटीरी आदि गांव प्रमुख हैं. ढिकौली गांव उत्तर प्रदेश का सबसे बड़ा गांव है जिसमें ढाका गोत्र के जाट रहते हैं.[25]

जाट इतिहास

दलीप सिंह अहलावत[26] ने लिखा है....यौधेयों की कालान्तर में कई शाखायें भी हो गईं। कुलकिया शाखा के लोग अब अजीतगढ़ चूड़ी के पास मौजूद हैं। इस वंश में ढाका शाखा के भी अनेक गांव हैं जिनमें गांव ढानी जयपुर में, ढकौली, पटौली, औगटा, सहदपुर आदि मेरठ में, मिल्क, मानिपुर, छाचरी आदि जिला बिजनौर में सुप्रसिद्ध गांव हैं।....यौधेय के शाखागोत्र - 1. कुलकिया 2. ढाका

Villages founded by Dhaka clan

Sub divisions of Tunwar

Bhim Singh Dahiya[29] provides us list of Jat clans who were supporters of the Tunwar when they gained political ascendancy. The Dhaka clan supported the ascendant clan Tunwar and became part of a political confederacy.[30]

The Conflict between Dhakas and Burdaks

We get following details about battle between Dhakas and Burdaks from the records of Burdak Bards[31]. The Sarnau was Jagirdari of Burdaks under Raja Mahi Pal Tanwar of Delhi in samvat 1032. Burdaks ruled at Sarnau Fort from samvat 1032 to samvat 1315 (975 AD - 1258 AD). In samvat 1315 (1258 AD) Sarnau falls to Delhi Badashah Nasir-ud-din Mahmud (1246–1266) son of Iltutmish (1211–1236) of Slave dynasty under the leadership of mansabdar Mom Raj Dhaka of Ganora Sikar. At that time Chaudhary Kalu Ram, Kunwar Padam Singh and Kunwar Jag Singh were Jagirdars from Burdak clan. There were 84 villages in this Jagir. Nasir-ud-din Mahmud had appointed Mom Raj Dhaka of Ganora Sikar village as mansabdar.

There was tension between Dhakas and Burdaks. There seem apparently two reasons regarding this tension. Firstly as per bard records Sukhi Devi, the Wife of Dhaka Mamraj, uttered bad words for Kunwar Padam Singh Burdak while he was passing through village Ganora Sikar. Offended Kunwar Padam Singh Burdak took Sukhi Devi to the Sarnau Fort. Secondly as per local tradition some Dhaka woman came for water on well of Burdaks and Dhakas took it otherwise. This resulted in War betweeb Dhakas and Burdaks. As per records of Bards there occurred 6 battles between Burdaks and Dhakas as under:

First war – Mom Raj Dhaka attacked Sarnau Fort on Chatra Badi 9 samvat 1308 (1251 AD) with an army of 10000 soldiers. Mom Raj Dhaka was defeated with a loss of 1500 people. Padam Singh Burdak lost 500 people. Total loss 2000 people.

Second war – Mom Raj Dhaka attacked Sarnau Fort second time on Kartik Sudi 13 samvat 1309 (1252 AD) with an army of 15000 soldiers. Mom Raj Dhaka was defeated with a loss of 600 people. Burdaks lost 200 people. Total loss 800 people. The chief of Burdak army was Ridmal Jakhar of Riri Bigga.

Third war – Mom Raj Dhaka attacked Sarnau Fort third time on Falgun Badi 5 samvat 1310 (1254 AD) with an army of 20000 soldiers. War continued for three days (Falgun Badi 5-8). Mom Raj Dhaka was defeated with a loss of 2000 people. Burdaks lost 500 people. Total loss 2500 people. The chief of Burdak army was Kunwar Jag Singh Burdak.

Fourth war – Mom Raj Dhaka attacked Sarnau Fort fourth time on Chatra Badi 9 samvat 1311 (1254 AD) with an army of 20000 soldiers. War continued for five days (Chatra Badi 9-13). Mom Raj Dhaka was defeated. The total loss was 13515 people. The chief of Burdak army was Kunwar Jag Singh Burdak.

Fifth war – Mom Raj Dhaka attacked Sarnau Fort fifth time on Jeshtha Badi 2 samvat 1313 (1256 AD) with an army of 25000 soldiers. War continued for Seven days (Jeshtha Badi 2-9). Mom Raj Dhaka was defeated with a loss of 5000 people and injury to 2000 people. The Dhaka Army was badly defeated as they did not get drinking water. The chief of Burdak army was Kunwar Padam Singh Burdak.

Sixth war – Mom Raj Dhaka attacked Sarnau Fort sixth time on Paush Badi 5 samvat 1313 (1257 AD). War continued for nine days (Paush Badi 5-13). Mom Raj Dhaka was defeated. The chief of Burdak army was Kunwar Padam Singh Burdak.

Mom Raj Dhaka conspires - Thus Mom Raj Dhaka could not defeat Burdaks in six direct wars. He started conspiracy how to defeat Burdaks. He got the secret information about Burdaks that they all gather and take bath unarmed at Halani Baori at Sarnau on the amavashya tithi of Ashwin month for performing the annual shradha of their ancestors. On such occasion on amavashya tithi of Ashwin month of samvat 1315 (1258 AD) when all Burdaks gathered to take bath unarmed at Halani Baori at Sarnau, Mom Raj Dhaka attacked them with an army of 25000. All Burdaks were killed. The village and Fort of Sarnau was reduced to ashes.


Some of other Gotra's where Dhakas do not have marriage relations are: Kadak, Bardak, Badak and Bamel.

These are known as Dhaka-pad Gotras.

Net Statistics

The name Dhaka has a web popularity of 58,700,000 pages. Dhaka has a Facebook presence of 22,000,000 pages. Dhaka has a Google+ Plus presence of 537,000 pages. Dhaka has a Linkedin presence of 278,000 pages. Dhaka has a Twitter presence of 96,200 pages.

Distribution in Uttar Pradesh

Dhaka Jats live in Dhikoli village in Bagpat district of Uttar Pradesh. This has population of about 10 thousand.

Villages in Bagpat district

Ogkti, Patoli, Sadhpur,

Villages in Saharanpur district

Dhaka Devi

Villages in Moradabad District

Ramnagar Urf Rampura,

Villages in Bijnor District

Bhawanipur Bijnor, Chhachari Teep, Milak Beniram, Shadipur Milak,

Villages in Badayun District

Dharmpur Biharipur, Khausara,

Villages in Muzaffarnagar District


Villages in Meerut District

Rasulpur Marhi,

Distribution in Rajasthan

Dhaka is the biggest Gotra in Sikar district. The biggest war between Rathores and Johiya Jats was fought at Dhaka village near Sidhmukh. Juliasar village in Sikar district was founded by Julia Dhaka Jat. Julia Jat had 18 sons who founded 18 villages. Dhaka gotra Jats founded 45 villages.

Villages in Sikar district

Akhaypura, Alakhpura Bogan, Badhadar, Bajor, Basni, Bathot, Bhau ji ki Dhani, Bhojasar, Bhojasar Bada, Bhukarbas, Bhuma Bada, Bhunwala, Chachiwad Chhota Charanwas Sikar, Chelasi, Dadia, Dalmas, Dantru (17), Datujla, Dewas Fatehpur, Dhahar Ka Bas, Dhaka Ki Dhani (Sabalpura), Dhani Dabar, Dhani Rampura, Dhani Sohanji (Netarwas), Dholpalia, Dinarpura, Disnau, Doogoli, Dujod, Fatehpur, Fatehpura, Ganora Sikar, Garinda, Ghirania Bara, Godia Bada (50), Hapas, Hardayalpura, Harsawa, Hukampura[32] Jalalsar, Jasrasar, Jeenwas (20), Jethwan Ka Bas (1), Katrathal, Khatipura (Jasrasar), Khora Danta Ramgarh, Khoru, Lalana, Lalana (Sutot), Laxman Ka Bas, Losal, Mandiwal Ki Dhani, Magloona, Mandota, Moondwara, Nabipura, Narsas, Netarwas, Paldi, Patoda, Rasulpura, Rinau, Roru Badi, Sanwali Laxmangarh, Sanwloda Purohitan, Shivsinghpura, Sigdola Bada, Sihot Chhoti, Sikar, Talab ki Dhani, Tarpura, Thathawata Piran, Tunawan, Turkasia

Villages in Churu district

Abhaipura Taranagar, Bachharara, Balrasar (10), Bas Dhakan, Barjangsar, Bheemsana, Bhinchari, Bidasar, Biramsar, Chhapar Churu (4), Devipura Ratangarh, Dhakali, Hardesar, Jaleu Ratangarh, Janau Khari, Kandhalsar, Kangar Ratangarh, Kanwari Ratangarh, Kheenwasar Churu, Lalgarh, Sadoo Bari, Sahwa, Sidhmukh, Sitsar, Shobhasar, Sujangarh (36), Toliyasar, Udwala, Naharsara.

Villages in Jhunjhunu district

Bara Gaon, Bhurasar Ka Bas, Dhaka Ka Bas, Dhaka Ki Dhani, Dhaka Mandi, Dhaka Mandi, Dhakkarwal (Chirawa), Gugan Ki Dhani (1), Jaisinghpura, Kari, Khohri (Tamkor), Ladusar, Manota Jatan, Meethwas (50), Nathasar, Nehra Ki Dhani (Kolsia), Silarpuri, Teetanwar, Tonk Dhaka Ki Dhani

Villages in Nagaur district

Badela, Bagatpura, Bamna Kalan, Bamna Khurd, Chuntisara, Degana Ganw, Dhaki Ki Dhani, Dhakoriya, Dodiyana Nagaur, Gheerdoda Meetha, Hudeel, Kairap, Kuchetiya, Kutiyasani Kalan, Kutiyasani Khurd, Ledi, Loroli Kalan, Malgaon, Mamdoli (1), Manglod, Modriya, Nagaur, Nimbola, Raidhana, Ratau, Rawaliyawas, Solayan, Sudrasan, Tehla, Thebri, Vijaypura Nagaur,

Villages in Jodhpur district

Bhagasani, Boyal, Daikara, Dantiwara, Guda Vishnoiyan (10), Hariyada, Jhanwar, Jodhpur, Khariya Meethapur, Lohawat Bisnawas, Mathaniya, Phalodi, Ratkudia, Sargiya Kalan,

Villages in Barmer district

Adel, Baitu, Balotra, Band, Chhitar Ka Par, Chohtan, Chokhla, Jaydoo, Deodon Ki Dhani[33] Dhakon Ka Goliya, Dhakon Ka Tala, Dhorimana, Durga Ram Jandu Ki Dhani, Gadhra, Hudo Ki Dhani, Kabuli, Kosariya, Kothala, Madpura Barwala, Madhasar, Nokhra, Nosar, Pabubera[34], Ranasar, Sara Jhund, Shobhala Darshan, Sonari, Tankeliyasr,

Villages in Jaisalmer district


Villages in Chittorgarh district

Chanderia, Gangrar,

Villages in Ajmer district

Ajmer, Bander Sindri, Kotri Ajmer,

Locations in Jaipur city

Ambabari, Bagru Walon ka Rasta, Bajrang Vihar, Chandlai (Chaksu), Galta Road, Ganesh Colony (Khatipura), Himmat Nagar, Jagannathpura (Khatipura), Jawahar Nagar, Jhotwara, Khatipura, Malviy Nagar, Mansarowar Colony, Murlipura Scheme, Purani Basti, Queens Road, Sanganer, Sanjay Colony, Shastri Nagar, Sodala, Tonk Road,

Villages in Jaipur district

Chandlai (1), Ladana (2), Khadunja, Ladana Chaksu Mohabbatpura (5), Nondpura (1), Renwal Manji (5), Sardarpura Dhakawala, Ladana Chaksu Udaypuriya (3),

Villages in Hanumangarh district

3 Rwd, Beganwali, Biran Hanumangarh, Dholipal, Ghotra Khalsa, Hanumangarh, Jhamber, Jorawarpura Hanumangarh, Jorkian, Kishanpura Utradha, Mothsara, Pacca Saharana, Phephana, Rampura Urf Ramsara, Shergarh, Sangaria, Tibbi Hanumangarh,

Villages in Ganganagar district

Dhakawali Dhani, Tatarsar,

Villages in Bikaner district

Bilniyasar, Nodiya, Nokhagaon (30), Palana,

Village in Kota district

Village in Bundi district


Villages in Pali district

Lalki, Megarda, Raipur Pali,

Distribution in Punjab

Villages in Fajilka district

Beganwali, Khanpur,

Distribution in Madhya Pradesh

Villages in Bhopal district

Bhopal, Beragarh,

Villages in Dhar district

Borda Dhar, Dhamnod, Talwada (Dhar),

Villages in Ratlam district

Villages in Ratlam district with population of this gotra are:

Dantodiya 10, Dhaturiya 1, Dheekwa 1, Ghatwas 1, Jharsandala 1,

Villages in Hoshangabad district

Bhainsadeh, Jhillai, Golgaon

Villages in Sehore district

Ashta, Atraliya, Bor Kheda, Khandwa Sehore, Bor Kheda, Gopalpur Sehore,

Villages in Dewas district

Kothmir, Sandalpur, Gajakhedi

Villages in Indore district

Pardeshipura (a locality in Indore city)

Villages in Harda district

Abagaon Khurd (1) Atarsama, Bhairopur, Gullas, Sannasya, Sonkhedi, Tajpura,

Villages in Barwani district


Villages in Ujjain district

Badnagar Dewankhedi,

Villages in Rajgarh district

Gopalpura Rajgarh,

Villages in Shajapur district

Lasudaliya Ghagh,

Distribution in Haryana

Villages in Sirsa District

Bharokhan, Beharwala, Chaharwala, Dhukara, Nezia Khera, Panihari Phulkan

Villages in Hisar District

Bandaheri, Kabrel, Kanoh, Kharia, Kharia Hisar, Kharkari, Madanpura Hisar, Parbhuwala,

Villages in Fatehabad district

Daryapur Fatehabad, Phoolan, Bhattu Kalan, Daulatpur (Fatehabad)

Villages in Bhiwani District

Budh Saili, Ghasola, Malphosh,

Villages in Mahendragarh district

Nangal Shaloo,

Villages in Rohtak District

Sundana, Gudhan, Mayna (मायना/ मैना), Chamarian (चमारियाँ), Karauntha (करौंथा), Baland Rohtak

Villages in Sonipat District


Villages in Sonipat district


Villages in Jhajjar District

Gwalison (गवाळिसन)

Distribution in Delhi

Jia Sarai

Villages named Dhaka

  • Dhaka is a village in Churu district of Rajasthan.
  • Dhaka Village is a small village located near Kingsway Camp. There are round 500 houses. There are so many great things in this small village. The village is located at a place where all the things can be bought easily. Delhi University is only 1.5 K.M. from Dhaka Village. Nirankari Sarovar and The Kothi of Nirnkari Baba is also not very far. The famous Naini Lake of Model Town is only at walking distance.
  • Kamruddin Nagar is also known as Village of Dhaka's in Delhi near Nangloi.
  • Dhaka - Purvichamparan, Distt.-Motihari, Bihar,
  • Dhaka - Dhaka is a village of Abbottabad District in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. It is located at 34° 2' 60N 73° 16' 55E with an altitude of 1860 metres (6105 feet).
  • Gora Dhaka - Gora Dhaka is a mountain resort town. Four small hill resorts close to one another, Khanspur, Khairagali, Changlagali and Gora Dhaka are Ayubia, named after a former President Ayub Khan who hailed from Haripur in then District Hazara. The small town is spread over an area of 26km. The central hill station of Gora Dhaka has a chairlift, providing broad charming view of the surroundings.
  • Kala Dhaka - Kala Dhaka is a mountain range and tribal area of the Mansehra District. They are also resident in the Agror Valley in the basin of Tur Ghar (Kala Dhaka) or the black mountain, the Pakhli Plain and parts of Upper Tanawallace. Gadoon Amazai, Abbottabad (Sheikh-ul-Bandi, NawanShehr, Dhamtor and Mir Pur, Havalian), Haripur(Bagra, Karakki, Gandian, Langrial) these are in Kala Dhaka area.
  • Sra Dhaka - Sra Dhaka is a village in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is located at 30°28'0N 69°31'60E with an altitude of 1353 metres (4442 feet).

Notable Persons

  • K.S. Dhaka- Tahsildar Gurgaon.
  • Lt. Gen. S. S. Dhaka - Dhakouli, UP.
  • Brig. R. S. Dhaka - Dhakouli, UP.
  • Col. Mahender Singh Dhaka - Dhakouli, UP.
  • Col. Rajbir Singh Dhaka - Gudhan, Rohtak.
  • Col. Kapoor Singh Dhaka - Gudhan, Rohtak.
  • Capt. Renu Dhaka - Gudhan, Rohtak.
  • Capt. Dilawar Singh Dhaka - Gwalier, MP.
  • Subedar Major Bhanwar Lal Dhaka(The Guards Regt.) - Visisth Seva Medal, 26 Jan 2000.
  • Hanuman Mal Dhaka - RAS Rajasthan. Present Address : Near Jat Temple, Sujangarh, Churu,Rajasthan, Mob:9414314374, Email Address : hmdhaka@gmail.com. RAS 1997 batch, Deputy secretary to Govt. Medical & Health dept. Jaipur, M: 9929597474
  • Divya Chaudhary - Sixteenth rank Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education Ajmer-2007
  • Amit Dhaka: IRS 2004, IAS 2006, Punjab Cadre posted at Chandigarh as MD PSIEC,PFC ,PACL and Director Mining, from Ratangarh (Churu), M: 9878007221
  • Ms. Manisha Dhaka - IAS 1992 Batch.
  • Subedar Madan Ram Dhaka - The Madras Regiment, Indo-China war Martyar( 20-11-1962) belongs to Rajasthan.
  • Flight Lieutenant Promila Dhaka -
  • Ram Singh Nirjar (Dhaka) - Vice Chancellor, Gautam Budhha University and Former Member Secretary, AICTE, New Delhi
  • Kishan Singh Dhaka - Late Young political leader from Sikar, who paved the foundation of the modern day leftwing politics in Sikar
  • Shweta Dhaka - Resident of Churu district stood 5th in RJS 2008 and 1st in RJS 2011
  • Bhanwar Lal Dhaka - Gold Medalist, 1995 commonwealth games repidfire pistol team event.
  • Wing Commander Pushpendra Kumar Dhaka, Retired from Indian Air Force Now a practising Advocate at Armed Forces Tribunal and Supreme Court of India New Delhi. From Village Dhakauli Baghpat, Mob. 9873521183]
  • Anil Dhaka - IRS 2004, Additional Commissioner Income Tax, Ahmedabad, from village Jhamber in Hanumangarh district in Rajasthan.
  • Dr. Ambrish Dhaka - Assoc. Professor, School of International Studies, JNU, New Delhi, First ICCR Professor (India Chair ), at Fudan University, Shanghai, China.
  • Dr. Ujala Dhaka (Patel of Gujrat) - PhD Student of Dept of Anthropology at Harvard University.
  • Dr. Sushila Dhaka - Resident of Jat Colony Sikar. She was awarded with Mo. Yusuf Engineer Award for her literary work in Hindi 'Kahin-kahin se Kuchh' by founder of Sahity Akadami Dr Vindeshwar Pathak in Delhi in 2009. earlier she was Subhadra Kumari Chauhan Award on her poetic collection - 'Bandishen'.[39]
  • Badri Prasad Dhaka -
  • Col. Nand Kishor Dhaka - DOB : 12-May-1970. VPO - Thebri, Teh- Didwana, Distt-Nagaur, Rajasthan, Present Address : Vpo-Thebri,Teh- Didwana,Distt.-Nagaur, Rajasthan, Resident Phone Number : 8209148717, Mobile Number : 8107382066, Email Address: nanddhaka@yahoo.com. He is presently preparing rural youth for defence services in Kuchaman City(Nagaur)
  • Anil Dhaka - Asstt. Commissioner, I/TAX, DOB: 3-July-1979, vill- Jhamber, tehsil and district- Hanumangarh, Rajasthan, Present Address : 1/281, Housing Board, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, Phone: 0154-2475670, Mob: 9636044555, Email Address : dhaka_sunil11@yahoo.com
  • Sunil Dhaka - Raj. Accounts services, Date of Birth : 1-April-1974, Village:Jhamber, Tehsil & District: Hanumangarh, Rajasthan, Present Address : 1/281,Housing Board, Jawahar Nagar,Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, Phone: 0154-2475670, Mob: 9414298302, Email Address : dhaka_sunil11@yahoo.com
  • Omaram Dhaka - Instrumentation & control engineer VPO Daikara, District- Jodhpur, Phone Number 00966562116578
  • Harphool Singh Dhaka - Retd. Suptt. Archaeology & Museum, VPO.- Netarwas, Distt.- Sikar, Present Address : 67,Bajrang Vihar, Near Durgapura Rly Station, Jaipur. Phone: 0141-2761696
  • श्रीमति सुमित्रा ढाका - (आजीवन ट्रस्टी), पूर्व पार्षद वार्ड नम्बर-24, Sangaria, 9414504421, 9414504421, Life Time Member Trustee Gramotthan Vidyapeeth Sangaria.
  • Mr Brij Mohan Dhaka - Garments businessman at Jaipur and Delhi. Also working as President of Garments Associatoin Jaipur.
  • Pabba Ram Dhaka Bishnoi - elected in Rajathan Assembly as BJP MLA-2013 from Phalaudi constituency, Jodhpur.
  • Ambika Dhaka - Assistant Professor, Department of History, Maharaja Ganga Singhji University, Bikaner, Rajasthan.
  • Madan Ram Dhaka (Sub) - From ....?, Martyr of Indo-China War on 20-11-1962, JC-57934, The Madras Regiment
  • Nand Kishor Dhaka (Col.) - कर्नल डिफेन्स अकेडमी, कुचामनसिटी के निदेशक कर्नल नन्दकिशोर ढाका
  • कुन्दन सिंह ढाका-वरिष्ठ अनुभाग अभियन्ता पश्चिम मध्य रेलवे कोटा, प्रताप टाउन शिप सोगरिया कोटा
  • रवि राज ढाका- सहायक प्रबंधक Bank of Baroda झुंझुनू, मोबाइल नंबर 9587235999, पता :डी 7 रामनगर झुंझुनू
  • रविता ढाका- कनिष्ठ अभियंता सार्वजनिक निर्माण विभाग श्रीगंगानगर झुंझुनू गृह जिला
  • चंदन सिंह ढाका-व्याख्याता राजकीय उच्च माद्यमिक विद्यालय कमोलर कोटा,बजाज नगर कोटा बूंदी रोड
  • Aditya Dhaka- Manager Bank of Baroda jaipur

Gallery of Dhaka people


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  39. Jat Samaj, December 2009, p. 89

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