Gakhar may refer to:

*Gakhars, an ancient aristocratic clan in modern Pakistan and India
*Gakhar Hindus, the hindu branch of the Gakhar clan
*Ghakhar Mandi, a small city in northeastern Punjab, Pakistan

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