Geetika Jakhar an Arjuna Award winner jat wrestler

Geetika Jakhar (born 18 August 1985) is an Indian wrestler who has won the silver medal in the freestyle 63 kg category in Doha Asian Games 2006. At a young age she has already won a number of national as well as international events. A student of CRM Jat College and belonging to HAU SAI hostel, Geetika comes from a family of sportspersons. She was born in Hissar. The young wrestler has many achievements to her credit. She won the gold medal in the 63 kg weight category during the Commonwealth championship in Canada last year. Before leaving for Canada, she had won the silver medal in the 22nd senior Asian championship in Delhi.
Geetika won the gold medal in the 67 kg category in the junior Asian championship in Kazakhstan in June this year. She was given the title of Bharat Kesari and adjudged the best wrestler, besides being honoured with the prestigious Bhim Award by the Haryana Government. She has also been recommended for the Arjuna Award, the highest national honour in sports.

Chandagi Ram a Padma Shri awarded Jat wrestlers

Chandagi Ram (Kaliramna) is One of the best-known wrestlers of 60s and early 70s, who had a huge fan following throughout the country. Tall and well built, he was known as much for his wit and humour as for his reach and tricky holds over his opponents. He earned his name in the Indian style wrestling and his bouts always attracted huge crowds. His bouts against Mehr Din of Rajasthan for the 'Hind Kesari' title used to be packed with drama. With titles like 'Hind Kesari', 'Bharat Kesari', 'Bharat Bhim', 'RusCom-e-Hind' and 'Maha Bharat Kesari', he was the natural choice for the Arjuna Award in 1969 followed by the Padma Shri in 1971.
Born on 9 November 1937 in Kaliramna Jat gotra at 'Sisai' village in Hissar district of Haryana, Chandgi Ram passed his matriculation and then obtained a diploma in arts and crafts. For a short spell he served as a sepoy with the Jat Regimental Centre of the Indian Army and then picked up the job of a drawing teacher in a school. It was his stint as a school teacher that earned him the name of 'Master' and he came to be known as Master Chandgi Ram. The turban added to his stature.

Jyoti Randhawa an Indian Jat golfer

Jyoti Randhawa is one of the pioneers of golf in India. He is presently ranked amongst the top 100 golfers in the world. Born on May 4 in 1972, the ace golf player Jyoti Randhawa hails from New Delhi in Randhwa Clans of Jat Community. His career reached the pinnacle of success, when, consecutively in 1998 and 1999, he became the Hero Honda Master.
Jyoti Randhawa started his professional career in golf in the year 1994, after his victory in the All India Amateur Championship in 1993. The illustrious career of Jyoti Randhawa has ranked him the second best Indian golf player, after Jeev Milkha Singh. Randhawa is a regular fame at the Asian PGA Tours and European Tours. His best finish on the European Tour came at the Johnnie Walker Classic in 2004, where he finished second. In 2002, Jyoti Randhawa became the first Asian recipient of The Order of Merit title after his win in the Singapore Open.

Dara Singh - president of Jat Mahasabha

Dara Singh (born November 19, 1928) is a Jat Punjabi Indian wrestler and film actor from Amritsar, Punjab, India. He is the current president of All India Jat Mahasabha.
He was a well-known wrestler before he started acting in Hindi films in 1962. From an Indian Wrestling Champion to the World Championship, Dara Singh has competed against some of the greatest names in wrestling history including Lou Thesz. He has defeated some of the former world champion wrestlers including the great Stanislaus Zbyszko.He was nominated member of Rajya Sabha by Bhartiya Janata Party during August 2003 to August 2009.

Satveer Chaudhary a Jat American politician

Satveer Chaudhary was on born June 12, 1969, is an American politician in the Minnesota State Senate. He is currently a member of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party.[1] He was the first Asian American to hold an elected office in Minnesota, and also one of the youngest senators in the history of that state
While in the senate, Chaudhary worked to boost ties between Minnesota and Haryana, which included his visit to Rohtak. The visit was made to emphasize economic and political ties between India and the United States, and described by Chaudhury as a "tryst with destiny"[8]. Mainly due to his efforts, the state of Minnesota and the Indian state of Haryana are now sister states[9][10]. . Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty signed this into law during a recent trade trip to India, stating that it would build new bridges between the states

Raja rama meel - Industrialist, Social worker and a modern Bhamasah of Jats

Raja Ram Meel (born 1951) is the president of Rajasthan Jat Mahasabha. He is a leading Industrialist, Social worker and a modern Bhamasah of Jats. He was born at village Nirwana in tehsil Suratgarh of Ganganagar district in Rajasthan in the family of Jat Hindu of Meel gotra. His father’s name is Dana Ram Meel. He is considered to be one of the richest of Jats in Rajasthan. He contributes to every program concerning Jat Samaj.
He started with trade in tyre business in Ganganagar. He started taking contracts of wine in 1967. He started Govind Readymade Garments at M.I. Road Jaipur in 1986. He has great contributions to the Jat Mahasabha Sammelan organized on 3 January 1999 and Grand Jats raily in Jaipur on 1 August 1999.
Raja Ram Meel is the chief patron of Swami Keshwanand Institute of Technology Management and Gramothan, Jaipur. Besides setting up a Model residential High School at Suratgarh he has contributed in the establishment of about 50 rural educational Institutes.

Ram Swarup Joon a Jat historian

Ram Swarup Joon is a Jat historian. He has written a book "History of the Jats" in Hindi in 1938 which was translated to English in by Lt. Col. Dal Singh in 1967. He was in the Indian army. His son Major Risal Singh was also in Indian army , 3/9 The Jat Regiment, who was commissioned in 1938. His son Major Rishal Singh died on 21 June 1940 in a war with German army in Imphal-Kohima.
He Belongs to Joon or Janvar gotra of Jats. Joons are descendants of Rao Joon of the Solanki clan of rulers. They are found in Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh in India. Janwar are descendants of Raja Janmejaya.