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Chachar/Chacher
چاچڙ (سنڌي) چاچڑ (Urdu)
Regions with significant populations
Primarily Pakistan and India
Languages

(سنڌي) (Native)

Urdu and Saraiki سرائیکی as Second language
Religion
Islam Shia and Sunni

Chachar (چاچڙ) is a Muslim Jat clan found in Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan provinces of Pakistan and in Hindus in Rajasthan province of India The Chachar claim Baloch origin, and are believed to be descended from the famous King Chaker khan Rind. Chachar(s) are also found in Sindh Province in Districts Ghotki, Sukkur, Kandhkot, Jamshoro, Tando Allahyar, Hyderabad, Thar, Saeedabad, and Mirpur Khas , Kachcho[1] etc. In Punjab Pakistan, Chachar Tribe is mostly found in Sargodha, Multan, Bahawalpur, Rahim Yar Khan, Okara and Lodhran districts of Punjab. Basirpur in Okara District is an important village of this tribe. In Sindh Pakistan, Chachar(s) are resident in Pano Aqil, Ghotki, Sukkur and Kashmore mostly. Gamero, Haji Khan Chachar Village Reti, Marowalla, Dari and Village Yusuf Chachar are some of the majority area of Chachars in District Ghotki. Chachars, in sindh, are also found in District Jamshoro, Tando Allahyar, Saeedabad, Thar and Mirpur Khas. Village Wadda Chachar is a famous village of Chachar Tribe in District Jamshoro. Chachar(s) are Sindhi Jamote They migrated from Sindh to Balochistan and other parts of Pakistan.[2]

History[edit]

"At the present day the Janjuhahs call themselves Janjua, although they continue to spell their name Jajuha. They also say that they are called Raja, because their tribe have always given Kings to the country. These two statements at once recall the account given by Al-Masudi of the Kings of Gandhara in the middle of the 10th century. " The King of El-Kandahar," says he, " who is one of the Kings of Es-Sind ruling over this country, is called Jahaj; this name is common to all sovereigns of that country."

The same name Chach is seen here: "Jamd'ah-yi brahman. I have memorized all four kutub-i Hind: Rg, Jaj, Assam, Atharin" see Chachnama 1939, 18; 22.

Translators have made a mess of the name, which also occurs in my mother's clan name (JAji or YAji, one who performs Yagna) and their ancient abodes near Kannauj (JAjmau). "The Bráhman Dynasty. Though we have no reason to complain of any want of detail respecting the political transactions of this dynasty, yet we are left in considerable doubt respecting the chronological adjustment of the few reigns which it comprises, and even the very name of Chach is a subject of some uncertainty. Gladwin has "Juj;"* Briggs has "Huj;"* the two Manuscripts in the Bibliothèque Royale have "Hoj;"* Reinaud spells the name "Tchotch;"* Renouard leans to "Jaj," as he considers it a corruption of Yajnya;* S. de Sacy gives reasons for considering it to be "Hijaj;"* Pottinger writes "Chach;"* and he is followed by all English authors. This is certainly in conformity with native usage, and we have several existing instances of the same combination—as Chachpúr, Cháchar, Cháchagám, Chachí, Chachar, and similar names of places in the valley of Indus."

There has to be a Yusufzai connection to these Chachi folk. I would not be surprised if the Alkozai and Durrani have some connection too since "most recent common ancestor of the Yusufzai Khans lived at some time between 700 and 500 years ago & they share a common ancestor with R1a1a-M17 Durrani Khans at some time between 1100 and 1300 years ago."

Chach of Alor Sindh in 700 AD, under the Brahmin dynasty

Chach of Alor (610–682)[27] was a Brahmin chamberlain and secretary to Rai Sahasi II of the Rai Dynasty, and succeeded him to the throne of Sindh.[27] The history of Chach is related in the Chach Nama, a book about the history of Sindh.

In the 35th year of the reign of the Raja Sahasi Rai II (636 AD), the Chach Nama reports the repulsion of an Arab raid on Debal and Thana. The raid was meant for the purpose of looting the coastal cities, and not actually permitted by the Caliph Umar (634–644), who later dismissed the governor of Bahrain for raiding without permission. In 644, after Muslim conquest of the Sassanid Empire, the Rashidun army entered Makran and defeated the army of Sahasi Rai II in the Battle of Rasil, and annexed Makran and eastern Balochistan. Caliph Umar disapproved of any incursion beyond the Indus River and ordered his commanders to consolidate their position west of the Indus.[28][not in citation given] During the reign of Caliph Uthman ibn Affan (644–656), Muslims captured Qanzabil, a main military garrison of the Rai dynasty in northern Sindh. In 662, during the Umayyad Caliphate, it was retaken by the Rai kingdom, and it served as easternmost garrison town of the Rashidun army.

Chach is reported to have developed a relationship with the then Queen Suhanadi, and upon the death of Sahasi Rai II he conspired with the queen and became ruler. The Rana Maharath, the King of Chittor, who was the brother Sahasi Rai, claimed the throne and attacked Chach. The Rana was killed by strategem, in the war in 640.[27][29]

Chach then enlisted his brother Chandra to help him administer the realm, and set off with an army to bring the rest of the realm under his control. He is reported to have fought battles at Babiah on the south bank of the River Beas, at Iskandah, and at Sikkah, where "Chach Rai took possession of the fort (of Sikkah), and killed 5,000 warlike men who were in it, and made the other residents of the town prisoners, and secured a large booty and a great number of slaves."[30] He appointed a Thakur at Multan and rode unopposed to settle the boundary with Kashmir.

Later he expanded his rule, subduing neighbouring Buddhist regions across the Indus River, culminating in a battle at Brahmanabad. He stayed there for a year, cementing his control by various means such as marrying the widow of the king Agham; marrying his niece to Agham's son Sarhand; taking hostages; and prohibiting the Jat and Lohana tribes from carrying weapons.

He placed upon the Jat and Lohana restrictions such as forbidding them riding horses with saddles, forbidding them from wearing silk or velvet, forbidding them from wearing headgear or footwear, and forcing them to wear black or red scarves.

He then marched into Sassanid territory to the town of Armanbelah, and through Turan to Kandahar, from where he exacted tribute before returning.

Several places along the Sindhu river are named after this king. For example, there are Chachpur, Chachar, Chachro, Chachgaon, and Chachi.[31] [edit] Chandar

Chach was succeeded by his brother, Chandra (671–679).[32] Chandar was a Buddhist ascetic.[33] He defended his realm from the Rana Sahiras of Kannauj. After a protracted siege of the capital at Aror, the Rana was captured during a conflict at a parley. Peace was concluded by means of hostages. Chandra ruled for 8 years. [edit] Raja Dahir Main article: Raja Dahir

Chach's eldest son Dahir then succeeded his uncle Chandar. His father is reported as being named Selaij. There are conflicting reports on when Chach married the Queen Suhanandi, who had no children from the Rai, and whether it was before or after the battle with the Rana Maharath. Chach had two sons (Dahir and Daharsiah) with the Queen Suhanandi and one daughter (Bai) from the widow of Argham.


pp. 145,Vol II

Chachar—an agricultural clan,classed as Jat.In Bahawalpur the Chachars claim Mughal origin and they produce tablesdescent from Timur whome they connect with Abbas,cousin of husain,son of Ali.But tradition says that the Surar,Subhago,Sirlo and Chachar tribes were once slaves of Raja Bunga Rai,raja of Amrkot, and that Jam Jhakhar redeemed them, and there is a saying:

Surar,Subhago,Silro,chauthi Chacharia, Anda hai Jam Jhakhre ha bahnan Bunga Ra

"Surar,Sabhago,Silro,(these three) and a fourth tribe,the Chachar were the slaves of Bunga Rai;it was Jam Jhakhar who brought them."

Mountains, Hills, and Plains[edit]

The general elevation of the chain drops steadily. But Fort Munro, the hill station of the Dera Ghazi Khan district, 200 miles south of the Takht, still stands 6300 feet above sea level, and it looks across at the fine peak of Ekbhai, which is more than 1000 feet higher. In the south of the Dera Ghazi Khan district the general level of the chain is low, and the Giandari hill, though only 4160 feet above the sea, stands out conspicuously. Finally near where the three jurisdictions meet the hills melt into the Kachh Gandava plain. Sir Thomas Holdich's description of the rugged Pathan hills applies also to the Suliman range. Kaisargarh is a fine limestone mountain crowned by a fores't of the edible chilgoza pine. But the ordinary tree growth, where found at all, is of a much humbler kind, consisting of gnarled olives and dwarf palms.

Passes and torrents in Suliman Hills. — The drainage of the western slopes of the Suliman range finding no exit on that side has had to wear out ways for itself towards the plains which lie between the foot of the hills and the Indus. This is the explanation of the large number of passes, about one hundred, which lead from the plains into the Suliman hills. The chief from north to south are the Vehoa, the Sangarh, the Khair, the Kaha, the Chachar, and the Siri, called from the torrents which flow through them to the plains. There is an easy route through the Chachar to Biluchistan. But unfortunately the water of the torrent is brackish.

Sub Himalaya or Siwaliks. — In its lowest ridges the Himalaya drops to a height of about 5000 feet. But the traveller to any of the summer resorts in the mountains passes through a zone of lower hills interspersed sometimes with valleys or " duns." These consist of Tertiary sandstones, clays, and boulder conglomerates, the debris in fact which the Himalaya has dropped in the course.

History and Origin[edit]

The Chachar claim Mughal (tribe) origin, and claim descent from the famous king Timur But according to another tradition, Surar, Subhago, Silro and Chachar(S) were once slaves of Bunga Rai, the Raja of Umarkot in Sindh and were freed by Jam Jakhar.A Glossary of the tribes & castes of Punjab by H. A Rose chachar are also found in Sindh in district Jamshoro Distribution The Chachar(S) are found in Sargodha, Multan Bahawalpur Okara District and Lodhran districts. Basirpur in Okara District is an important village of the tribe. chachar in Sindh are found in district Jamshoro Village Wadda Chachar is the important village of Chachar tribe in Sindh.

Chach of Alor[edit]

Sindh in 700 AD, under the Brahmin dynasty Chach of Alor (610–682)[27] was a Brahmin chamberlain and secretary to Rai Sahasi II of the Rai Dynasty, and succeeded him to the throne of Sindh.[27] The history of Chach is related in the Chach Nama, a book about the history of Sindh. In the 35th year of the reign of the Raja Sahasi Rai II (636 AD), the Chach Nama reports the repulsion of an Arab raid on Debal and Thana. The raid was meant for the purpose of looting the coastal cities, and not actually permitted by the Caliph Umar (634–644), who later dismissed the governor of Bahrain for raiding without permission. In 644, after Muslim conquest of the Sassanid Empire, the Rashidun army entered Makran and defeated the army of Rai Sahasi II in the Battle of Rasil, and annexed Makran and eastern Balochistan. Caliph Umar disapproved of any incursion beyond the Indus River and ordered his commanders to consolidate their position west of the Indus.[28][not in citation given] During the reign of Caliph Uthman ibn Affan (644–656), Muslims captured Qanzabil, a main military garrison of the Rai dynasty in northern Sindh. In 662, during the Umayyad Caliphate, it was retaken by the Rai kingdom, and it served as easternmost garrison town of the Rashidun army. Chach is reported to have developed a relationship with the then Queen Suhanadi, and upon the death of Sahasi Rai II he conspired with the queen and became ruler. The Rana Maharath, the King of Chittor, who was the brother Sahasi Rai, claimed the throne and attacked Chach. The Rana was killed by strategem, in the war in 640.[27][29] Chach then enlisted his brother Chandra to help him administer the realm, and set off with an army to bring the rest of the realm under his control. He is reported to have fought battles at Babiah on the south bank of the River Beas, at Iskandah, and at Sikkah, where "Chach Rai took possession of the fort (of Sikkah), and killed 5,000 warlike men who were in it, and made the other residents of the town prisoners, and secured a large booty and a great number of slaves."[30] He appointed a Thakur at Multan and rode unopposed to settle the boundary with Kashmir. Later he expanded his rule, subduing neighbouring Buddhist regions across the Indus River, culminating in a battle at Brahmanabad. He stayed there for a year, cementing his control by various means such as marrying the widow of the king Agham; marrying his niece to Agham's son Sarhand; taking hostages; and prohibiting the Jat and Lohana tribes from carrying weapons. He placed upon the Jat and Lohana restrictions such as forbidding them riding horses with saddles, forbidding them from wearing silk or velvet, forbidding them from wearing headgear or footwear, and forcing them to wear black or red scarves. He then marched into Sassanid territory to the town of Armanbelah, and through Turan to Kandahar, from where he exacted tribute before returning. Several places along the Sindhu river are named after this king. For example, there are Chachpur, Chachar, Chachro, Chachgaon, and Chachi.[31] Chandar Chach was succeeded by his brother, Chandra (671–679).[32] Chandar was a Buddhist ascetic.[33] He defended his realm from the Rana Sahiras of Kannauj. After a protracted siege of the capital at Aror, the Rana was captured during a conflict at a parley. Peace was concluded by means of hostages. Chandra ruled for 8 years.

Raja Dahir[edit]

Main article: Raja Dahir

Chach's eldest son Dahir then succeeded his uncle Chandar. His father is reported as being named Selaij. There are conflicting reports on when Chach married the Queen Suhanandi, who had no children from the Rai, and whether it was before or after the battle with the Rana Maharath. Chach had two sons (Dahir and Daharsiah) with the Queen Suhanandi and one daughter (Bai) from the widow of Argham.

Chachar names[edit]

Main article: Sindhi names

Muslim Sindhi tend to have traditional Muslim first names, sometimes with localized variations. Sindhi have castes according to their work and mostly of their belonging places and their forefathers. Sindhi speaking Baloch have tribal names which came to Sindh in majority after Talpur and British invasions.

Sindhis tend to have surnames that end in '-ani' (a variant of 'anshi', derived from the Sanskrit word 'ansh', which means 'descended from'). The first part of a Sindhi Hindu surname is usually derived from the name or location of an ancestor. In northern Sindh, surnames ending in 'ja' (meaning 'of') are also common. A person's surname would consist of the name of his or her native village, followed by 'ja'.

Best Personalities of Chachar Community of Pakistan[edit]

Famous Places, Cities and Villages of Chachar[edit]

Mr. Muhammad Hassan Dani in his book " Tamur Garha" on page 20 to page 22 mentioning that Malo was an ancient Arian democratic State. People of Malo tribe during the period of Great Alexander live near the linking point of Indus and Ravi Rivers, probably on the eastern side at Chachran, Allah Abad, Khanpur, Rahim Yar Khan. So it proves that that In the age of Arian 900 BC, Chachran was like a basic city in that State. Shahzada Mirza Mehmood Shah cited in his travelling story on page # 46 that Chacharan at the bank of Indus River is in the premises of Bahawal Pur State. It is said that it was a big city and its population was like the population of Multan.

There was a big harbour in Chachran before the birth of Khwaja Ghulam Farid. Big boats used to be here and people do business through this way when traveling source were very rare. However Chachran got more fame after the birth known poet Khwaja Ghulam Farid and became known as Chachran Sharif. Mostly the people of Chachar tribe used to live and are living here and due it, its name has become known as Chachran Sharif. There are main mouzaz near Chachran Sharif Like Pahoran, Mud Adil, Beit Mugul, Mehran, Hasil Pur, Mouza Chachar, Mouza Chandia, Mouaza Hamid pur, faiz Abad, and Hyder Abad.

List of Villages of Chachar Community[edit]

Credit of this information goes to Mir Zulfiqar Ali Khan Chachar all below Villages of Chachar community in Pakistan
No. Districts Taluka name Village name
1 Ghotki Ghotki, Khanpur Mahar, Mirpur Mathelo Village Haji Moula Bux Khan Chachar, Wagni.
2 =do= =do= Khawand Bux Chachar, Wagni
3 Paaro Chachar,Wagni
4 Dring Chachar.
5 Jam Lakho Chachar,Dring.
6 Raes Sachal Chachar,Dring
7 Jan Muhammad Chachar,Mooryo,Malokwali.
8 Sakhi Yunis khan Chachar.
9 Mula Kouro Chachar,Posti.
10 Gul Muhammad Chachar,Salihani.
11 Jam Ismi Chachar,Salihani.
12 Shahzado Chachar,Posti.
13 Jam Mazari Chachar,Mooryo.
14 Ilyas Dongani Chachar.
15 Alim Khan Chachar,Posti.
16 Atta Muhammad Chachar,Posti.
17 Jam Ghazi Chachar,Posti.
18 Wazir Chachar,Bhangarr.
19 Sono chachar,.Bhangarr.
20 Allan chachar,.Bhangarr.
21 Wadero Mehar Chachar,Billani.
22 Arbi Chachar,Billani.
23 Ahmed ali chachar, Billani.
24 Akbar Chachar,Billani.
25 Sheha Chachar,Billani.
26 Raes Bagan Chachar,Kacho.
27 Jam Muhammad ali Kacha Chachar,Near jam Ghazi Chachar.
28 Jam Baaho Chachar,Sarhad.
29 Darri Chachar.
30 Baagoro.
31 Rafiq Abad, Near Meeran Darro.
32 Meeran Darro.
33 Jan Muhammad Chacha, Patti.
34 Habib Chachar,Mooryo.
35 Raes Raza Muhammad Chachar,Mooryo.
36 Ustad Ali Muhammad Chachar,Mooryo.
37 Ali Abad chachar,Mooryo.
38 Shafi Muhammad Chachar,Mooryo.
39 Drago chachar.
40 Arz Muhammad Chachar,Narangani.
41 Hafiz Abdul Sami Chachar,Narangani.
42 Passan Chachar, Narangani.
43 Neebaho Chachar,Narangani.
44 Jhandani Chachar,Narangani.
45 Wadero Jeand Chachar,Narangani.
46 Chuttal Chachar,Narangani.
47 Waryam Chachar,Narangani.
48 Rahman Chachar,(Small)Narangani.
49 Rahman Chachar,(big)Narangani.
50 Abdullah Chachar,Narangani.
51 Raja Karim Bux Chachar,Narangani.
52 Haji Muhammad Qasim Khan Chachar,Garhecho.Khudwari.
53 Ustad Ibrahim Chachar,Garhecho.Khudwari.
54 Lal Peer Beelo.
55 Shahlewari.
56 Umed Ali Khan Chachar,SHAHLEWARI.
57 Mahesro.
58 Muhammadpur.
59 Gemro.
60 Inayat khan Chachar,Garhecho.
61 Allahyar Chachar.
62 Maaqol khan Chachar,Gullo.
63 Jam Ismail Chachar,Gullo.
64 Jam Shahmer Char, gullo.
65 Jam Jaffar Chachar,gullo.
66 Suhrab Chachar,Gullo.
67 SahibDino Chachar,gullo.
68 Hoat Chachar,Janejo.
69 Raes Soomar Chachar,Janejo.Gemro.
70 Wadero Hakim Khan Chachar,Janejo.Gemro.
71 Haji AbdulLatif Chachar,Janejo,Gemro.
72 Muhammad Usman chachar,Janejo.Gemro
73 Rabnawaz Chachar,Gemro.
74 Sallam Chachar,Janejo,Gemro.
75 Wadero Ghulam Nabi Chachar,Janejo.
76 Haji Arz Muhammad Chachar,Kacho.
77 Abdul Haleem Chachar,Kacho.
78 Cheaf Raes Muhammad Ibrahim Chachar,Rajdeh.
79 Islam Abad.
80 Muhammad Bux Chachar,Rajdeh.near Ghotki.
81 Wadero Liaqat Chachar,Rajdeh.
82 Raes Noor Muhammad Chachar.Rajdeh.
83 Sardar Muhammad Sardar Khan Chachar,Rajdeh.new village.
84 Habib Chachar,Rajdeh.
85 Wadero Khair Muhammad Chachar,Rajdeh.
86 Mithal Faqeer Chachar,Rajdeh.
87 Wadero Rasool Bux Chachar, Rajdeh.near qadirpur
88 Meehar Chachar,Rajdeh.
89 Haji Pandhi CHACHAR Mooryo
90 Abdulghani Chachar,Rajdeh.
91 Jeal Chachar, Sakhani, Rajdeh
92 Haji Nooruddin Chachar,Rajdeh.near sugar mill.
93 Muhammad Hassan Chachar,Rajdeh.kacho bendi road.
94 Ustad Anwar Chachar, Rajdeh.
95 Abdul Rauf Machani Chachar,Rajdeh.
96 Sardar Imam bux Chachar Colony,Near Ghotki City.
97 Shahed Ustad Rahmat Ali Chachar.Janejo.
98 Haji Moloodi Chachar.(Haji Goth)
99 Hassan Goth.Janejo
100 Wadero Salam Chachar,Raajdeh.
101 Hazoor Bux Chachar Rajdeh,punjo bagh road.
102 Sachal chachar,janejo, near qadirpur.
103 Janib khan Chachar,Rajdeh.
104 Haji sIkandar chachar,Rajdeh.
105 Meero Chachar,Near Jahanpur.
106 Jam Raban Chachar,Janejo,billo ji wahi.
107 Hanif chachar, Janejo,billo ji wahi.
108 Anwar chachar, Janejo,billo ji wahi.
109 Haji Moula Bux Chachar, Posti.near bilo ji wahi.
110 Raes Illahi Bux Chachar,Garhi.
111 Raes Mazar Chachar,Mirpur.
112 Mubarak Chachar,Mirpur.
113 Gungi
114 Wadero Dur Muhammad Chachar.
115 Gunji Goth,Narangani.adalpur
116 Manghra goth,near Dring Chachar
117 Arbelo Chachar, Billani
118 Abdul Hakeem chachar.Rajdeh,near gird station ghotki
119 Allahwarayo chachar.Rajdeh, islamabad road
120 Dost Muhammad Thugla chachar,Islam abad road
121 Haji Ali chachar,Rajdeh, qadirpur road
122 Muhammad yusuf chachar,Rajdeh,near punjo bagh
123 Saedal abad,Rajdeh,punjo bagh road
124 Haji jiwayo chachar, punjo bagh road
125 Gul Muhammad chachar,Islam abad road.
126 Haji bakhir chachar,near kacho bendi.
127 Shahzado chachar,near kacho bendi.
128 Kamil chachar, near kacho bendi.
129 Haji Majan Chachar, near kacho Bendi.
130 Haji Jaffar Chachar, Near kacho Bendi.
131 Amir Bux Chachar,Near kacho bendi.
132 Arif chachar,near ghunjja pull.
133 Fazal Muhammad chachar,old faqeer Muhammad Punjabi.
134 Hamzo khan chachar,kacho.
135 Haji Hayat Chachar,Mooryo.
136 Haji Sher Muhammad chachar, near nazeer chaudry.
137 Saifal chachar,near kaali dhund
138 Qurban Colony, Near Ghotki City
139 Haji Malook chachar,miranpur.
140 Kheri goth,miranpur.
141 Dost Muhammad Chachar, Rajdeh.
142 Sardar Khan chachar, old village.
143 Abu Al KHair chachar,deh khaam.
144 Khan Muhammad Chachar,Rajdeh.
145 Saeedo chachar,Rajdeh.
146 Jumo chachar,deh khaam
147 Arbelo Chachar,Deh Khaam.
148 Mula Fareed Chachar,ahmedani.
149 Sahib chachar,rajdeh.
150 Wadero chutto chachar,rajdeh
151 Raes Akhtiar Chachar,Rajdeh
152 Haji Malhaar Chachar,Rajdeh
153 Chitti Masjid Near Rais Akhtiar Rajdae.
154 Haji Allah wadhayo chachar, rajdeh
155 Jam Ishaq chachar, Rajdeh
156 Mula Hakeem chachar
157 Haji Muhram chachar,rajdeh
158 Haji Saindad Chachar, Rajdeh
159 Haji jan Muhammad chachar,rajdeh
160 Raes Abdul latif chachar.rajdeh
161 Khanwand bux chachar, rajdeh
162 Mula Haleem chachar,rajdeh
163 GUHNO khan chachar.
164 Saleman chachar,rajdeh
165 Rafiq ahmed chachar,rajdeh
166 Wadero wahid chachar,rajdeh.
167 Mulla Qaadan chachar,rajdeh
168 Allahdad chachar,rajdeh
169 Ghalo chachar,rajdeh
170 Khuda bux chachar,Radeh
171 Ali nawaz chachar,rajdeh
172 Mehboob chachar,rajdeh
173 Jam Qaisar chachar,Rajdeh.
174 Jaado chachar,rajdeh
175 Jam bahar chachar,rajdeh
176 Suhno chachar,rajdeh
177 Haji jeewan chachar,rajdeh
178 Feroz uddin khan chachar.rajdeh
179 Dur Muhammad Chachar .rajdeh
180 Nazar Muhammad chachar,rajdeh
181 Muhammad Musa Chachar.Rajdeh
182 Allah wasayo chachar,rajdeh
183 Sultan chachar,rajdeh
184 Ramzan chachar,rajdeh
185 Mulla Guhno chachar,rajdeh
186 Nizam khan CHachar,rajdeh
187 Rasool bux chachar, rajdeh near sardar khan
188 Allah warayo chachar, rajdeh near niaman landhi
189 Mulla Sakh Chachar,near niaman landhi
190 Ghulam hyder chachar,rajdeh
191 Sobdar chachar,deh khaam
192 Dhani Bux chachar,rajdeh
193 Jam Muhammad ali chachar,rajdeh
194 Jam sattar chachar,rajdeh
195 Jam Ismail chachar,rajdeh
196 Mulla Manik CHachar,rajdeh
197 Abdul raheem chachar(dhamako)rajdeh
198 Meehar chachar, rajdeh, near niaman landhi
199 Jhangal Chachar,Chuttani.
200 Faqeer Muhammad Chachar,Chuttani.
201 Village Karam Chachar,Chuttani.
202 Meehar Chachar,Chuttani.
203 Aarab Chachar,Chuttani.
204 Muhammad Yusuf Chachar,Chuttani.
205 Fateh Muhammad Chachar,Chuttani.
206 Sobho chachar,chuttani.
207 Jumo Goth, janejo
208 BILAWAL CHACHAR,JANEJO
209 Sachal chachar, janejo, near gemro
210 Dr Khawand bux chachar, janejo
211 Hafiz Shamas uddin Chachar, Janejo
212 Ubedullah chachar, Tapedar, Janejo
213 Mumtaz Chachar, Janejo Muhammadpur
214 Sultan Chachar, Gullo
215 Jam Ghulam Qadir, Gullo
216 Jam Maahi Chachar,janejo
217 Ali Nawaz chachar,gullo
218 Muhammad Chuttal Chachar, Narangani
219 Sain Dino Chachar,Narangani
220 Arbab Chachar,Narangani
221 Fouji Sher Chachar, Narangani
222 Wadero Abdul majeed Chachar, Narangani
223 Ali Muhammad Chachar, Cornel Near Nebaho Chachar
224 Wazir Chachar, Narangani
225 Molidino Chachar, Narangani
226 Dilwash Goth, Narangani
227 Nawab Chachar, Illahi Wah, Narangani
228 Pir bux chachar, jarwar
229 Molvi abdul qadir chachar,garhi
230 Hafiz Shahnawaz chachar,near saedal abad,rajdeh
231 Bhalan chachar,garhi
232 Raes sachal chachar,near mirpur
233 Allah diwayo chachar, near mirpur
234 Ustad Mehrab chachar
235 Advocate Saed Ahmed Chachar.near Mirpur
236 Meehar Chachar,Thuglo,ghotki.
237 Jam Adho chachar,billo ji wahi.
238 Muhammad chachar,Janejo,Janan waaso.
239 Haji Pir bux Chachar,Janejo,gemro.
240 Bux chachar, Raaidhar.
241 Hafiz chachar,Manghro,Near Dring Chachar.
242 Jamal Chachar, Near, Dring Chachar.
243 Jindo chachar,near Dring chachar.
244 Allah warayo kooka chachar.
245 Ali Bux chachar, billani.
246 Hajan chachar,billani.
247 Atta Muhammad chachar,jarwar.
248 Gulan Chachar,Wagni
249 Waris Khan Chachar,Meeran Jo Darro.
250 Abdul Hakem Chachar, Tapedar,Meeran Jo Darro.
all below Villages of Chachar commnunity in Pakistan
No. Districts Taluka name Village name
1 Ghotki Ubauro and Daharki Reti, Sindh, Pakistan.
2 Khalifa village Raini
3 Raes Esso Chachar
4 Raes Ghulam Muhammad Chachar
5 Marowalla
6 New Reti
7 Haji Khan Chachar Village Reti
8 Raes Ghulam Ali Chachar
9 Wahid Bux Chachar
10 Ustad Abdul aziz chachar
11 Allah wasayo Chachar,Deh RAIL.
12 Dullani chachar
13 Buxiani chachar near Jhangal Malik
14 Raes Noor Muhammad Chachar,Likhpur
15 ChUttal Khan Chachar
16 Maroof Chachar
17 Chachar Village, Reti Road Ubauro
18 Rajanpur Sharif
19 Abdul Kareem Chachar,Deh Rail.
20 Khair uddin Chachar,Raini
21 Raes Muhammad Nawaz Chachar,Near Reti Pakistan
22 Rais Aadit Chachar, near chaudry Bashir
23 Muhammad Hassan Chachar,Kanwni
24 Bago chachar,Kanwni
25 Muhammad Azem Chachar Kanwni
26 Rasool Bux Chachar kanwni
27 Raounti
28 Allah warayo Khan Chachar, Near Raounti
29 Mattar Chachar,Near Raounti.
30 Jam Jatoi Chachar.
31 Abdul Karim Chachar.
32 Abass Khan Chachar.
33 Taj Muhammad Chachar.
34 Haji Yar Muhammad Chachar.
35 Dubli
36 Jam Soono Chachar.Raounti.
37 Qaim uddin Chachar.
38 Tugyo Chachar.
39 Bagh Ali Chachar,Mureed Shakh
40 Abdul Karim Chachar, Mureed Shakh
41 Haji Ahmed Chachar
42 Jam Allah Wasayo Chachar.
43 Raes Kubhurr Chachar.
44 Jam Allah wadhayo Chachar.
45 Mukhtiar Chachar.
46 Jam Iqbal Chachar.
47 Faqeer Khair Muhammad Chachar, Near Reeti
48 Ustad Amir Bux Chachar.
49 Allah Diwayo Chachar.
50 Rabnawaz Chachar.
51 Hamal Chachar.
52 Rais SAJJAN cHACHAR
53 Ghulam Hyder Chachar
54 Hafiz Jindoo Chachar.
55 Allah Jurrio Chachar
56 Agho Chachar, Dullani
57 Bagh ali CHACHAR, dULLANI
58 koura KHAN cHAChar
59 Haji Abdul kareem Chachar.
60 Ustad Allah Dino Chachar.
61 Rais Guhram Chachar, Deh Rail
62 Rais Bahadur Chachar, Deh Rail
63 Mubarak Chachar (tootal khan), Deh Rail.
64 Qaadro Chachar near Keehar daher
65 Garhecha Chachar, Near Esso Chachar.
66 Haji Ghulam Muhammad khan Chachar.Kobhar
67 Wadero JAN Muhammad Chachar, Deh Kubhurr.
68 Husain Chachar, Near Reeti
69 Bagh Ali chachar, Misrani, Near chaudry Bashir.
70 Muhammad Amin Khan Chachar, Qamoon Shahed
71 Rasool Bux Chachar,Near Muhammad Amin Khan.
72 Allahyar Chachar.
73 Mulla Lakhmir CHACHAR.
74 Khamiso Chachar.
75 Ghulam Husain Jutt Chachar.
76 Mazar Chachar.
77 Haji Machro Mehani Chachar.
78 Butto Chachar.
79 Aman Chachar.
80 Chanalli chachar.
81 Husain Chachar.
82 Darro Chachar.
83 Qattal Chachar.
84 Raza Muhammad Chachar.
85 Jindoo Chachar.
86 Janib Chachar.
87 Bagoo Chachar.
88 Hamid Chachar.
89 Paryo Chachar.
90 Bahar Chachar.
91 Noor Muhammad Chachar.
92 Lal Chachar.
93 Ahmed Din Chachar.
94 Sain Dino Chachar.
95 Bajwa Farm.
96 Usman Chachar.
97 Maakro chachar.
98 Chutto Chachar.
99 Rais Kundo Chachar.
100 Jalal pur.
101 Dongar Chachar.
102 Soono Chachar.
103 Shudrra Chachar.
104 Pathan Chachar.
105 Raes Salih Chachar.
106 Kunrri Chachar, near Chowk Marri.
107 Mullana chachar.
108 Rais Menhon Chachar.
109 Godho Chachar.
110 Zoorawar Shah.
111 Ghulam Qadir khan Chachar, near Zorawar Shah.
112 Santoo Chachar.
113 Pir Bux Chachar.
114 Rais jan Muhammad Chachar.
115 Baaradi Chachar.
116 Muhammad Alim Chachar.
117 Muhammad Husain Thuglo Chachar.
118 Din Muhammad Thuglo Chachar.
119 Haji Lakhan Chachar.
120 Imam Bux Chachar.
121 Mattar Goth
122 Muhammad Din Chachar, Near qamoon shahed
123 Qamoon Shahed
124 Allah Ditto chachar, near Muhammad amin khan.
125 Lal Bux chachar, garhecho
126 Muhammad azem chachar.
127 Noor Jo Daho
128 Allahwarayo chachar, Landhiyon
129 Jam Aalim Chachar.
130 Wadero Jan Muhammad Chachar,Kubhurr.
131 Sodho Ch Near Dubli..
132 Haji Poochro, Near Asad Shah Dumdamo.
133 Allah Bux Chachar Janejo,Near Asad shah Dumdamo.
134 Allah Rakhyo Chachar,Raounti To Dubli Road.
135 Haji Munir Chachar, Near Dubli.
136 Yaseen Chachar, Near Dubli.
137 Mehrab Chachar,Near Dubli.
138 Jam Punhoon Chachar, Near Dubli.
139 Dur Muhammad Chachar, Near Dubli.
140 Ghulam Rasool Chachar, Near Dubli.
141 Mehrab Manghro Chachar, Near Dubli.
142 Moula Bux Chachar,Near Dubli.
143 Hashim Chachar, Near Raounti.
144 Jam Wadhal Chachar, Near Raounti.
145 Sultan Chachar, Near Asad Shah Damdamo.
146 Rahim Chachar, Near Asad Shah Damdamo.
147 Baadal Chachar, Landhiyon,RAOUNTI
148 Rahim Chachar, Bori, Near Jam Munir bAGH.
149 Dodi Chachar, Near Jam Munir Bagh.
151 Nangar Chachar,Naaro, langho.
152 Naseer chachar,Naaro,Langho
153 Rahim Chachar,Langho

Note: Also Thousands of Chachars living in below cities of Ghotki District. Ghotki, Adilpur, Mirpur Mathelo, Bharchundi Sharif, Daharki, Ubauro and Khanpur Mahar.

Kashmore @ Kandhkot District

1. Village Baado Chachar.

2. Village Ghous Bux Chachar.

3. Village Raes Muhammad Ramzan Chachar.

4. Village Wadero Muhammad Sharif Chachar.

5. Village Haji Boloo Khan Chachar.

6. Village Muhammad Hayat Chachar.

7. Village Haji Arz Muhammad chachar.

8. Village Raes Abdulwahab Chachar.

9. Village ALLAH Bux Chachar.

10. Village wadero Ghulam qadir chachar.

11. Village Qazi Rahmatullah Chachar.

12. Village Raes Shafi Muhammad Chachar.

13. Village Raes Mubarak Chachar.

14. Village Jan Muhammad chachar.

15. Village Muhammad Zaman Chachar.

16. Village Aandal Chachar.

17. Village Hakim Chachar.

18. Village Khair Muhammad chachar.

19. Village Khero Chachar.

20. Village Rahzan Chachar.

21. Village Daatoo Chachar.

22. Village Yar Muhammad Chachar.

23. Village Haji Hashim Chachar.

24. Village Saifal Chachar.

25. Village Peerano Chachar.

26. Village Jam Sonharo Chachar.

27. Village Raes Arz Muhammad chachar.

28. Village Gulsher Chachar.

29. Village Chachar Goth Bhannar.

30. Village Abdulqadir Chachar.

31. Village Ali bux Chachar.

32. Village Malhar Mullani chachar.

33. Village Raes Bahadur Chachar.

34. Village Reas Noor Muhammad Chachar.

35. Village Matoo Chachar.

36. Village Haji Suhrab Chachar.

37. Village Abdulghafoor Chachar Rasaldaar.

38.Village Haji Najam ud din Chachar,Golimar.

39.VILLAGE CHACHAR GOTH NEAR POLICE STATION B/SECTION

40.VILLAGE ALIF KHAN NEAR SAIFAL.
1. Village Haji Dilijan Khan chachar, (Khahi sharif). (MY Village )

2. Village Jam Buxan chachar.

3. Village Bakhoo Faqir Chachar,

4. Village Haji Muhammad Salih khan Chachar.

5. Village Raes Jalo Khan Chachar.

6. Villages Saifal khan Chachar.

7. Village Rasool Bux khan Chachar.

8. Village Muhammad Aarab khan chachar.

9. Village Allah wadhayo Chachar.

10. Village Taj Muhammad khan Chachar.

11. Village Raes Shadal Chachar.

12. Village Muhammad Aalim Chachar.

13. Village Bagh ali Chachar.

14. Village Dillani Chachar.

15. Village Saifal Chachar aglani.

16. Village Raes Allah jurrio Chachar.

17. Village Raes Nawab Chachar

18. Village Muhammad ramzan chachar sodhani.

19. Village Dattani chachar.

20. VIllage Allah dad chachar.

21. Village Rasool Bux Chachar Dongani.

22. Village arbab ali chachar.

23. Village Naib Dilmurad Chachar.

24. Village Pir Bux Chachar.

25. Village Iqbal Chachar.

26. Village Rahim Bux Chachar.

27. Village Raes Ghulam Hussain Chachar.

28. Village Jam Anwar Chachar.

29. Village Chitti Masjid Sharif.

30. Village abdul karim chachar Rajdae.

31. Village jam Muhammad ismail Chachar.

32. Village Haji Mooro Chachar.

33. Village Atta Muhammad Chachar.

34. Village Haji Wasnoo chachar.

35. Village Jam naseer chachar.

36. Village haji manthar chachar.

37. village jam chaneesar chachar.

38. Village Gul beg khan chachar.

39. Village Raes Sain dino Chachar.

40. Village Raes Sanwan Chachar.

41. Village Mengal chachar malhani.

42. Village dilmurad chachar garhecho.

43. village khandani chachar.

44. Village Raes jan Muhammad chachar.

45. Village jam menhoon chachar.

46. Village Raes sijawal chachar.

47. Village amir bux chachar.

48. Village munshi wahid bux chachar.

49. Village raes lal bux chachar.

50. Village sahib dino chachar.

51. village raes kamil chachar.

52. Village Muhammad yaqoob chachar.

53. Village sanwan chachar.

54. Village sain dino chachar thulhai.

55. Village wadero ali bux chachar.

56. village bahadur chachar.

57. Village raes samano chachar.

58. Village khair Muhammad chachar thulhai.

59. village kamil chachar.

60 Village Saad chachar.

61. Village abdulghani chachar.

62. village raes Faiz Muhammad chachar.

63. Village bakhshu chachar.

64. Village faqir bux chachar.

65. Village Raes Abdul rasool chachar.

66.Village Buxan Chachar.

67.VILLAGE JANI KHAN CHACHAR.

67.Village Sakhi Bux Chachar.

68.Village Hidayatullah Chachar.

69.VILLAGE MANGHAR CHACHAR PHATAK.

70.VILLAGE SODHI PHATAK.

71.CHACHAR PULL.

72.VILLAGE PUNHAL KHAN CHACHAR

73.VILLAGE ALI GUL CHACHAR,DEH HAJI KHAN.

74.VILLAGE ALLAHWARAYO CHACHAR,NEAR SAKHI MITHAL JAKHRANI.

75.VILLAGE CHACHAR,NEAR ABDULLAH DOMKI.

76.VILLAGE CHACHAR NEAR ISRAR KHOSO.

77.VILLAGE MANGHRA CHACHAR,NEAR ZULFIQAR WAZIRANI.

Chachar(S) Villages and Schools in Sibi District, Balochistan, Pakistan.

NOTE:- Chachar Tribe Have More than 1 Lac Acers Land in Revenue Record Of Sibi District, Balochistan, Pakistan.

1.GBPS GHULAM MUHAMMAD CHACHAR,Tehsil Lehri,District Sibi.

2.GBPS IMAM BUX CHACHAR,Tehsil Lehri,District Sibi.

3.GBPS BASTI ARBAB CHACHAR, Tehsil Sibi, District Sibi.

4.GBPS CHACHAR ZAREEN. Tehsil Sibi,District Sibi.

5.GGPS ARBAB CHACHAR,Tehsil Sibi, District Sibi.

6.GGPS Imam Bux Chachar, Tehsil Sibi, District Sibi.

7.GGPS Raes Muhammad Bux Chachar, Tehsil Sibi District Sibi.

8.Village killi GPS Arbab ABDULLAH Chachar,Tehsil Sibi District Sibi.

References[edit]

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