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  1. Babbu Mann

    Babbu Mann

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    Indian actor

  2. Virendra Verma

    Virendra Verma

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    Indian politician

  3. Jagrup Brar

    Jagrup Brar

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    Jagrup Brar, is a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) in British Columbia, Canada. He represents the riding of Surrey-Fleetwood as a member of the New Democratic Party of British Columbia.


  4. Karmabai

    Karmabai

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    Karmabai (Hindi: ) (1615 - 1634) was a famous Jat woman popularly known as Bhakt Shiromani Karmabai. She was born on 20 January 1615 in the family of Jiwanji Dudi in the village Kalwa situated in Nagaur district. She was a strong devotee of Lord Krishna. It is common belief that she had offered 'khichada' to Lord Krishna in his presence. A folk song tells like this -


  5. Thakur Deshraj

    Thakur Deshraj

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    Thakur Deshraj (1903–1970) was a social worker, journalist, nationalist, freedom fighter and author of many books. He was from Rajasthan state in India. He was revenue minister in the princely state of Bharatpur.


  6. Chhotu Ram

    Chhotu Ram

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    Indian activist

  7. Nahar Singh

    Nahar Singh

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    Raja Nahar Singh (1823–1858) was a king of the princely state of Ballabhgarh in Faridabad District of Haryana, India. His forefathers were Jats from Tewatia gotra who had built a fort in Faridabad around 1739. He was involved in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The small kingdom of Ballabhgarh is only 20 miles from Delhi. The name of the Jat Raja Nahar Singh will always be highly regarded among those who martyred themselves in the 1857 war of independence.His fort is taken over by the government of Haryana under Haryana Tourism. His 5th successor, Raja Rajkumar Nahar Singh Tewatia built a Palace in his ancestor,Raja Nahar Singh's honour in 1971 and are still residing in the Royal Palace Raja Nahar Singh Palace Sector-3,Ballabhgarh. It is exactly in accordance with shape of the Fort built by his ancestors in around 1739.


  8. Sher Singh Attariwalla

    Sher Singh Attariwalla

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    Sikh Empire General

  9. Baba Gurdit Singh

    Baba Gurdit Singh

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    Indian, Politician

  10. Rupinderpal Singh Dhillon

    Rupinderpal Singh Dhillon

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    British, Poet

  11. Kirat Singh

    Kirat Singh

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    Indian maharaja

  12. Ram Rahim Singh

    Ram Rahim Singh

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    Current leader of the spiritual organisation Dera Sacha Sauda

  13. Bahadur Singh Bhobia

    Bahadur Singh Bhobia

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    Indian, Activist

  14. Ajay Singh

    Ajay Singh

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    Indian, Diplomat

  15. Aadesh Chaudhary

    Aadesh Chaudhary

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    Indian actor

  16. Bhuma Singh Dhillon

    Bhuma Singh Dhillon

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    Bhuma Singh Dhillon (died 1746) was a famous royal Sikh warrior of the 18th century in Punjab. He was a Jatt of the village of Hung, near Badhni in present day Moga district, who won a name for himself in skirmishes with Nadir Shah's troops in 1739. Bhuma Singh's latent genius as an organiser and commander of his men gave a stimulus and growth to his Principality. Historical records indicate he died in the Chhota ghallughara (holocaust) in 1746, while defending the Sikh community, from Afghan attacks. Bhuma Singh was childless so he adopted his nephew as his son, Hari Singh Dhillon. On Bhuma Singh's death in 1746, his nephew and adopted son, Han Singh, assumed the leadership of the Principality.


  17. Joginder Singh Dhillon

    Joginder Singh Dhillon

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    Lieutenant General Joginder Singh Dhillon (1914–2003) was a decorated and celebrated Indian and Sikh military war hero. He was commissioned into Bengal Engineer Group in 1936, was the first Army Officer to be awarded ‘Padma Bhushan’ on 24 November 1965. Gen Dhillon, was the General Officer Commanding a forward Corps. The official citation given for the award was as follows:


  18. Didar Sandhu

    Didar Sandhu

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    Punjabi singer-songwriter

  19. Mansukh Ranwa

    Mansukh Ranwa

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  20. Liaquat Ali Khan

    Liaquat Ali Khan

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    Pakistani, Politician

  21. Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa

    Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa

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    Indian politician

  22. Seth Chhaju Ram

    Seth Chhaju Ram

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    Businessman and philanthropist

  23. Chaudhari Kumbharam Arya

    Chaudhari Kumbharam Arya

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    Indian politician

  24. Ranjit Singh of Bharatpur

    Ranjit Singh of Bharatpur

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    Maharaja Ranjit Singh was the ruling Maharaja of princely state (r.1778–1805) and successor of Maharaja Keshri Singh.


  25. Ganga Das

    Ganga Das

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    Ganga Das (1823–1913) was a revered saint of udasi sect and known for piety and Hindi poetry. He was born on the day of Basant Panchami in year 1823 in village Rasulpur Bahlolpur of Hapur district in the family of Hindu Jat of Munder Gotra.


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