The Rajokes are descendants of Raju (राजू).
H.A. Rose  states:
The Rajoke Chaddrars once got hold of a Mughal emperor's elephant and yoked it to a well at a place near Khuriānwāla, still called the Hathi Theh. The following- chāp on the subject was given by the Mirāsi faqir at Shaikh Sābu : —
- Malik Dādu, bāh chāi, = Malik Dadu (a Rajoke Chief) lifted his arm ,
- Indra Rāja ris āe. = Indra Raja became envious.
- Vass baddal kāleā ! = Rain, O black cloud !
- Hāthi leā ne khass. = He seized the elephant
- Mahāwat ne māreā. = And killed the mahaut.
- Hāthi Akbar Bādshāh de, = It was an elephant of the emperor Akbar's,
- Iṭṭhe chaṛe dhāmni, Lahāur kamānd. = Here it grazed on dhaman grass, in Lahore on sugar-cane.
- Rāju ke Rājoke, = The Rajokes, descendants of Raju,
- Sundh vaḍḍhke khuhe jutte dānd. = Cut off its trunk and yoked it to the well.
Distribution in India
Distribution in Pakistan
According to 1911 census the Rajoke were the principal Muslim Jat clan in:
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