The Sukerchakia Misl was one of 11 Sikh Misls in Punjab during the 18th century. Misl is a term which originated in the eighteenth century history of the Sikhs to describe a unit or brigade of Sikh warriors and the territory acquired by it in the course of its campaign of conquest following the weakening of the Mughal authority in the country.
The Sukerchakia last Misldar (commander of the Misl) was Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
The 11 Misls or divisions each under its own sardar or chief having a separate name and banner was as follows:
- (1) Ahluvalia Misl under Jassa Singh Ahluwalia,
- (2) Singhpuria Misl(also called Faizulapuria) under Nawab Kapur Singh,
- (3) Karorsinghia Misl under Karora Singh,
- (4) Nishanarivali Misl under Dasaundha Singh,
- (5) Shahid Misl under Dip Singh,
- (6) Dallevalia Misl under Gulab Singh,
- (7) Sukkarchakkia Misl under Charhat Singh,
- (8) Bhangi Misl under Hari Singh Dhillon,
- (9) Kanhaiya Misl under Jai Singh,
- (10) Nakai Misl under Hira Singh,
- (11) Ramgarhia Misl under Jassa Singh Ramgarhia.