Sh. Laxman Burdak - IFS Officer and Jat Historian

Laxman Burdak, an IFS (Indian Forest Service) officer and famous Jat Community writer was born at Thathawata village in Churu district of Rajasthan on May 22, 1954. Village Thathawata is an old historical village founded by Thatha of Bhadia clan jat about 800 years back. Father Begaram Burdak is agriculturist and stationed at village Thathawata. He completed his primary education from village Thathawata in 1965 and middle school from Rosawan in 1968 and Higher Secondary from Ratangarh in 1971. B.Sc. degree was completed in 1974 from Nawalgarh. later completed M.Sc. in Physics in 1976 from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. Served as telecommunication engineer at Jaipur (1976-1979). Then qualified for Indian Forest Service (IFS) in 1980. Presently serving in the state of Madhya Pradesh. He have two daughters and one son.
He is known for his wast knowledge on jat community and history.

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