Kharota Khel .Kharota Khel has relationship with Kharotis (Ghilzais KABELA).The Tribesmen live in Deli Namdar, Tehsil Kalurkot, Bhakkar District, in the Punjab. The Tribe has land holdings in Bhakkar District.
The tribe land holdings Quetta,Dera Ismail khan,MIAWALI ,KARACHI, RAWALPINDI, Big population live in Pakistan, AFGHANISTAN,DUBAI ,IRAN .
Tree word MEANING SAME (KHROTI, KHROTA , AKHROTA). INFORMATION
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