Kaloka

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Kaloka Klock is a Muslim Jat clan found in Pakistan.

History

Ram Swarup Joon[1] writes.... According to Bhagwatdatta, Baluchis of (of Balochistan) today are the descendants of Anu. Baluchya, Balhara, Bal, Balan are Jat gotras. Kak, Kakarzai, Klock, Kukar, Khokar, Karskar Jats belong to the Anu Branch. Thirty thousand Baluchis in Makran were recognised as Jats. Baluchis of the Lomri region are described as Jats in their chronicles. In the Rig-Veda, there are references to the Kabul River of Afghanistan, Gomal Valley, and rivers Ganga and Jamuna. There are also references to Kshatriya and the five branches of the Yayati Dynasty.


Distribution in Pakistan

According to 1911 census the Kaloka were the principal Muslim Jat clan in district with population -

  • Jhang District  : Kaloka (638)

Notable persons

References

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