Panjeta

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The Panjeta, are a Jat people of Northern India. The density of this tribe is high in Delhi, Haryana and the Punjab region in cities including Shahabad Markanda, Amritsar, Patiala, Yamuna Nagar, Ladwa, Pehowa, Bilaspur, Tehi, Jainpur and some villages on the outskirts of Ludhiana.

Distribution In Haryana[edit]

Villages in Jind District[edit]

Galasanga,

Villages in Kurukshetra District[edit]

Jainpur Jattan, Bakali, Dudha -Dudhi, Kharkhali, Mehra, Barhan ,sirsma

Villages in Yamunanagar District[edit]

Alahar, Bhut Majra, Haripur Jatan, Harnaul, Mandebar, Sadikpur, Manakpur, Panjetoen, Panjete ka majra

Distribution in Punjab[edit]

Panjeta village in Ludhiana district[edit]

  • Panjeta is also the name of a small village in Ludhiana district in Punjab.

The neighbouring villages are Kum kalan, Raipur and bhaini sahib. It is having population around 2000. Current sarpanch is Charanjeet kaur. This village has two govt schools and two gurudwaras.

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