|Jat Clan: Talokar|
|Distribution||Punjab (Pakistan) Sargodha District|
|Descended from:||Parmar Rajputs|
|Languages||Punjabi and Seraiki|
According to their traditions, they are the related to Sial and Tiwana tribes. All three tribes of descendants from three brothers, Tila, Sila and Taloka, who were Panwar Rajputs. The tribe is said to have accepted Islam at the hands of the famous Sufi Baba Farid Shukar Gunj. The Talokars came from India, and first setled near Bhera. There first villages were Kalara and Kurrar Talokar. From there they spread to the east side of the Indus River, founding the villages of Bakharra (Kacha), Ding and Khola Thal, in what is now Mianwali District.
Their main villages in Khushab District are Talokar , Talokar Shumali , Talokar Jannubi and Chak Talokaranwala ( Mehmood Shaheid ( Noor Pur Thal )), and in Mianwali District are (Union Council DING KHOLA) ( New Ding Sharif , Khanqah Sirrajia , Tahir Abad , Shabaz Khelan wala, Lal Khelan wala , Zaman Kelan wala, Saeed Abad Sharqi , Saeed Abad Gharbi (Saifun pul),
BAKHARRA Kachha Kalo, Kachha Paar, Khita-E-Atlas and Foujey Khelan wala, (Chashma Barrage)Kundian))