|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Nearest city||Moga about 10 km|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Faridkot|
A young man of the village, Lakhvir Singh, was martyred in an encounter between the security forces and militants, in Sopore district of Jammu and Kashmir in February 2010. This village has five gurdwara main Gurdwara Named on village founder baba khushal singh ji & one Muslim mosaque and one (Mandir) Hindu temple.
Charik gave birth to great international kabaddi players Baljinder Singh Gill and Major Singh Gill. It also gave birth to Makhan DP Charik (kabaddi player and coach). This village has its own standard in kabaddi. The people of this village also play soccer (football) and cricket.
Charik is approximately centered at  It is located 10KM towards South from District head quarters Moga. 173 KM from State capital Chandigarh.
Before 1947 it was part of princely state Kalsia. Shaheed Baba Khushaal Singh Ji died in a battle of Sikhism in earlier history.
- "Martyr cremated with honours". News in English. Charik (Moga). The Tribune. February 27, 2010. Retrieved June 25, 2012.
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