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Thukran or Thakran is a Yaduvanshi Ahir. [1] gotra found in Haryana , Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh.

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References

  1. General, India Office of the Registrar (1963). Census of India, 1961. Manager of Publications.