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    Couldnt find a separate thread for Y-DNA discussion.


    Quote Originally Posted by Yamdut View Post
    An interesting sample considering its neu vs caucasus ratio, high neu despite elevated SI and low caucasus. Do you have idea of haplogroups of different Rajput clans ?
    Rather different Rajput/Kshatriya y-haplos of different countries/regions.

    Rajput (Pakistan)-Punjabi?:n=12 Courtesy Kapisa 1k genome project
    R1a-M417=6
    R2a3a=2
    L1a1=1
    H1a1d2c1b1=1
    L1a2=1
    Q1a=1


    H1a is the dominant haplo beside the R-Y7 among us.

    Kshatriya (Nepal)-Khas Chhetri courtesy Poi/gedmatch n=28
    R1a= 4
    R1a-Y7 =7
    R1a-Y6 = 3
    H1a =5
    L1a2-M357 = 2
    J2b2a-M241 = 2
    C-M130=2
    Q1b-L275 =1
    Q1a2-L56 =1
    R2a-L266 =1

    Pahadi Indian Rajputs from Mondal et al 2016 (Jodhpur, Rajasthan) n=7+2
    Sample ID Group Haplogroup (Y) Haplogroup (Mt)
    ERR1812195 RAJPUT C-Y33574 HV26
    ERR1812193 RAJPUT H-FT325242* R30b1b1
    ERR1812190 RAJPUT H-Z34721 U7a3a5b*
    ERR1812198 RAJPUT J-Y253873 U2e1h1a*
    ERR1812189 RAJPUT J-Y3740* M9a1b1*
    ERR1812194 RAJPUT R-YP5633* M3a1-a3*
    ERR1812196 RAJPUT R-YP523* M5a6a*

    +User Dhw Thakur (Jogindernagar, Mandi, Himachal)'s J2a-M410
    and Amit Singh Varaha (Ambota, Una, Himachal)'s Q1b-L275
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    Good thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaazi View Post
    Couldnt find a separate thread for Y-DNA discussion.




    Rather different Rajput/Kshatriya y-haplos of different countries/regions.

    Rajput (Pakistan)-Punjabi?:n=12 Courtesy Kapisa 1k genome project
    R1a-M417=6
    R2a3a=2
    L1a1=1
    H1a1d2c1b1=1
    L1a2=1
    Q1a=1


    H1a is the dominant haplo beside the R-Y7 among us.

    Kshatriya (Nepal)-Khas Chhetri courtesy Poi/gedmatch
    R1a= 4
    R1a-Y7 =7
    R1a-Y6 = 3
    H1a =5
    L1a2-M357 = 2
    J2b2a-M241 = 2
    C-M130=2
    Q1b-L275 =1
    Q1a2-L56 =1
    R2a-L266 =1

    Pahadi Indian Rajputs from Mondal et al 2016 (Jodhpur, Rajasthan)
    Sample ID Group Haplogroup (Y) Haplogroup (Mt)
    ERR1812195 RAJPUT C-Y33574 HV26
    ERR1812193 RAJPUT H-FT325242* R30b1b1
    ERR1812190 RAJPUT H-Z34721 U7a3a5b*
    ERR1812198 RAJPUT J-Y253873 U2e1h1a*
    ERR1812189 RAJPUT J-Y3740* M9a1b1*
    ERR1812194 RAJPUT R-YP5633* M3a1-a3*
    ERR1812196 RAJPUT R-YP523* M5a6a*

    +User Dhw Thakur (Jogindernagar, Mandi, Himachal)'s J2a-M410
    and Amit Singh Varaha (Ambota, Una, Himachal)'s Q1b-L275
    Interesting results. Khas are mostly Y7. How do you divide Y7 and Y6 among different groups ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaazi View Post
    Couldnt find a separate thread for Y-DNA discussion.




    Rather different Rajput/Kshatriya y-haplos of different countries/regions.

    Rajput (Pakistan)-Punjabi?:n=12 Courtesy Kapisa 1k genome project
    R1a-M417=6
    R2a3a=2
    L1a1=1
    H1a1d2c1b1=1
    L1a2=1
    Q1a=1


    H1a is the dominant haplo beside the R-Y7 among us.

    Kshatriya (Nepal)-Khas Chhetri courtesy Poi/gedmatch
    R1a= 4
    R1a-Y7 =7
    R1a-Y6 = 3
    H1a =5
    L1a2-M357 = 2
    J2b2a-M241 = 2
    C-M130=2
    Q1b-L275 =1
    Q1a2-L56 =1
    R2a-L266 =1

    Pahadi Indian Rajputs from Mondal et al 2016 (Jodhpur, Rajasthan)
    Sample ID Group Haplogroup (Y) Haplogroup (Mt)
    ERR1812195 RAJPUT C-Y33574 HV26
    ERR1812193 RAJPUT H-FT325242* R30b1b1
    ERR1812190 RAJPUT H-Z34721 U7a3a5b*
    ERR1812198 RAJPUT J-Y253873 U2e1h1a*
    ERR1812189 RAJPUT J-Y3740* M9a1b1*
    ERR1812194 RAJPUT R-YP5633* M3a1-a3*
    ERR1812196 RAJPUT R-YP523* M5a6a*

    +User Dhw Thakur (Jogindernagar, Mandi, Himachal)'s J2a-M410
    and Amit Singh Varaha (Ambota, Una, Himachal)'s Q1b-L275
    Any Chhetri Y7 on YFull?
    So far among the Janjuas in Pakistan there are 2 R-M417 (1 confirmed downstream Y7), 1 R2a, 1 E, 1 L1c, 1 Q1a.
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    J-M267 (12/56 = 21.43%)

    J-M267 (Big-Y Interesting)
    1. J-M267 J-M267, H2; Maternal 5th cousin
    2. J-M267, null; Rizvi from Jaunpur. Friend of anthrogenica user Ahmed Ali
    3. J-M267, R30b; Anthrogenica user asadzaidi cousin, Zaidi, related to my maternal grandfather

    J-CTS5368 (Big-Y Interesting)
    4. J-CTS5368, M3a1; Paternal 4th cousin
    5. J-CTS5368, M30; Paternal 3rd cousin, Naqvi
    6. J-CTS5368, W; Relative of anthrogenica user Pakistani, Bilgrami
    7. J-CTS5368, M5a; Paternal 4th cousin

    J-P58 (Medina -> Tous (Iran) -> North India, Big-Y Interesting)
    8. J-P58, M30; Rizvi

    J-FGC10500, J-FGC30416, J-FGC61618 (Medina -> Mashhad -> Agra)
    9. J-FT61618, U7; Anthrogenica user rizvim.
    10. J-FT61618, null; Anthrogenica user hussain.r97

    J-FGC10500, J-FGC30416, J-FGC54257, J-YFS4252908, J-FT404533
    11. J-FT405468, T1a; Anthrogenica user asadzaidi, Zaidi, Abu Farah Wasiti/ Wasit, Iraq > Khairthal, N.India. Maternal 5th cousin
    12. J-MF187340, null; Taqvi lineage. Medina -> Qom -> North India

    J-M172, J-M410 J2a (7/56 = 12.5%)

    J-M410, J-L26
    1. J-L26, U2; Rizvi/Zaidi

    J-PF5197, J-PF5172, J-PF5169, J-PF5174, J-S19231, J-S25338, J-Z6083, J-Z6082, J-FT126996
    2. J-FT126996, M3d1a; Me, Taqvi Lineage
    3. J-FT126996, M3d1a; My Brother

    J-M410, J-L26, J-PF5125, J-Z2227, J-Z6065, J-Y7708, J-Y7702, J-M47 (Big-Y Interesting)
    4. J-M47, M2b1; Maternal 4th cousin, Jaffery
    5. J-M47, M5a; Jaffery
    6. J-M47, R30a; Jaffery

    J-M410, J-L26, J-PF5088, J-PF5125, J-Z1846, J-M67 (Big-Y Interesting)
    7. J-M67, N5

    J-M172, J-M102, J2b (2/56 = 3.57%)

    J-M102, J-Z534, J-Z1825, J-Z593
    1. J-M241, R6a1; Naqvi
    2. J-M241, M35b; Naqvi

    G (1/56 = 1.79%)
    G-P287, G-Y238, G-P15, G-L1259, G-L30, G-CTS574, G-CTS2488, G-P303, G-BY28175 (Big-Y Interesting)
    1. G-Z30503, null; Rizvi from Jaunpur, UP

    E (4/56 = 7.14%)

    E-M35, E-V68, E-M78 (Big-Y Interesting)
    1. E-M78, M30d1

    E-M35, E-Z827, E-CTS10298, E-PF1962, E-M123, E-M34 (Big-Y Interesting)
    2. E-M34, M33a; Gardezi Sadaat, Naqvi

    E-M35, E-V68, E-M78, E-PF2179, E-Z1902, E-V12 (Big-Y Interesting)
    3. E-V12, M5c; Maternal 3rd/4th cousin
    4. E-Z1902, U4a; Maternal 3rd/4th cousin

    R1a (12/56 = 21.43%)

    R-M417
    1. R-M417, I5; 4th/5th cousin, Bilgram Sadaat
    2. R-M417, R31a1; Zaidi
    3. R-M417, M35b; Jaffery

    R-M417, R-PF6162, R-Z93
    4. R-Z93, U7; Rizvi
    5. R-Z93, M4a; Zaidi, Father-in-law of anthrogenica user alirajani

    R-M417, R-PF6162, R-Z93, R-Z94, R-FT197453, R-F2597, R-AM00479, R-M634, R-L657, R-Z29117, R-Y6
    6. R-Y6, M38a; 2nd/3rd cousin
    7. R-Y6, M5a2a1; Anthrogenica user Raza94, Gilani from Punjab
    8. R-Y6, null; Raza94 Cousin, Gilani from Punjab
    9. R-Y6, null; Raza94 Uncle, Gilani from Punjab,
    10. R-Y6, U5a1

    R-M417, R-PF6162, R-Z93, R-Z94, R-FT197453, R-F2597, R-AM00479, R-M634, R-L657, R-Y9, R-Y7
    11. R-Y7, U2b2; Jaffri,
    12. R-Y7, M5d; Jaffri

    R1b (4/56 = 7.14%)

    R-M173, R-M343, R-L754, R-L389, R-P297, R-M269, R-L23, R-Z2103, R-M12149, R-Z2106, R-Z2109
    1. R-CTS1843, H5'36; Maternal 5th cousin
    2. R-CTS1843, M30c; Zaidi

    R-M173, R-M343, R-L754, R-L389, R-P297, R-M269, R-L23
    3. R-L23, M3a1; Maternal 4th cousin
    4. R-L23, M4'46

    R2 (1/56 = 1.79%)

    R-M207, R-M479
    1. R-L266, M3d1a; Maternal 2nd cousin.

    I (2/56 = 3.57%)

    I-M223, I-P222, I-CTS616, I-CTS10057, I-L702, I-S22311, I-L703, I-S12195, I-S21579, I-S10768
    1. I-S10768, M18; Amroha Sadaat, Naqvi from Wasit, Predicted by subzero85 origin as Iran/Turkey
    2. I-M233, R6; Amroha Sadaat, Naqvi from Wasit

    T (3/56 = 5.36%)


    T-M184, T-M70, T-Z19859, T-L208, T-CTS11451, T-CTS2214, T-Z709
    1. T-Z709, M3d1a; 2nd cousin, claim a Mousavi/Kazimi line
    2. T-Z709, M3d1a; 2nd cousin, claim a Mousavi/Kazimi line
    3. T-Z709, H2a2b; 3rd cousin maternal side

    C (1/56 = 1.79%)

    C-F3393, C-F137, C-K281, C-Y28069, C-K98, C-P92, C-K108, C-Z5895
    1. C-K96, X2b1; 2nd/3rd cousin

    H (3/56 = 5.36%)


    H-L901, H-M2826, H-L902, H-M69, H-PH830, H-Z14258
    1. H-Z14258, M45; Maternal 3rd/4th cousin
    2. H-Z14258, M45; Maternal 3rd/4th cousin

    H-L901, H-M2826, H-L902, H-M69, H-M52, H-M82, H-M2745, H-M2772, H-SK1225, H-M2867, H-M3038, H-Z5881, H-Z5882
    3. H-Z5882, M2b1; Maternal 5th cousin

    L (2/56 = 3.57%)

    L-M20, L-M22, L-M2357, L-M2533, L-M357
    1. L-M27, R5a2

    L-M20, L-M22, L-M2357, L-M2533, L-M357, L-M2398, L-M2550, L-M2509, L-M2385, L-Y62624
    2. L-Y62624, null; Abidi, match of anthrogenica user Raza94.

    Q (1/56 = 1.79%)
    Q-M242, Q-L275
    1. Q-L275, K1a4; Paternal 4th cousin, Rizvi,

    O-F8 (1/56 = 1.79)
    O-M175, O-M122, O-F36, O-M324, O-P201, O-P164, O-M134, O-F450, O-M117, O-M133
    1. O-F8, T; Rizvi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kapisa View Post
    Any Chhetri Y7 on YFull?
    So far among the Janjuas in Pakistan there are 2 R-M417 (1 confirmed downstream Y7), 1 R2a, 1 E, 1 L1c, 1 Q1a.
    Wow, you guys have E. R2a, J2 & L1c are very typical in your belt I guess beside R1a; R2a even moreso in the NW Himalayas.

    Chhetris aren't in Yfull but there's 1 Bahun (Sapkota clan -Gulmi/Arghakhanchi districts West Nepal) in Y7 Y-full so far and he's Y7>Y30>Y29>Y944>BY65281 Moreover, I also have Sapkota Chhetri kins, same haplo is expected.


    Quote Originally Posted by Yamdut View Post
    Interesting results. Khas are mostly Y7. How do you divide Y7 and Y6 among different groups ?
    No, I don't divide it; some tested deeper while some didn't. Eventually, all those upstream haplos will join Y6 & Y7. Not every Khas are Y7 dominant. Brahmin Khas are equal in Y7 & Y6 w/o any Z2123.

    Brahmin (Nepal) - Khas Bahun (n=152) courtesy Poi
    R1a =36
    R1a-Y7 =23
    R1a-Y6 =23
    R2a-L266 =22
    J2-M172 =18
    C-M130 =13
    H1a-M69 =10
    O =3
    Q =2
    D =1
    N =1
    Total 152

    Pie chart here
     


    Bahuns are way high R2a (like Dogras) compared to Chhetris but lack 'L' even in a group of 152 samples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaazi View Post
    Wow, you guys have E. R2a, J2 & L1c are very typical in your belt I guess beside R1a; R2a even moreso in the NW Himalayas.

    Chhetris aren't in Yfull but there's 1 Bahun (Sapkota clan -Gulmi/Arghakhanchi districts West Nepal) in Y7 Y-full so far and he's Y7>Y30>Y29>Y944>BY65281




    No, I don't divide it; some tested deeper while some didn't. Eventually, all those upstream haplos will join Y6 & Y7. Not every Khas are Y7 dominant. Brahmin Khas are equal in Y7 & Y6 w/o any Z2123.

    Brahmin (Nepal) - Khas Bahun (n=152) courtesy Poi
    R1a =36
    R1a-Y7 =23
    R1a-Y6 =23
    R2a-L266 =22
    J2-M172 =18
    C-M130 =13
    H1a-M69 =10
    O =3
    Q =2
    D =1
    N =1
    Total 152

    Pie chart here
     
    Is there any Bahun on Y2568*?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyDLuffy View Post
    Is there any Bahun on Y2568*?
    Not so far. Only Poi and Sapkota guy among L657 are tested deeper and Poi is on Y6>Y920>BY160158 while Sapkota is on Y944>BY65281. Are you also on Y2568?


    But if you ask me which clan will probably get there. Gautam (all Y7), Adhikari, Neupane, Aryal or Poudel can get there and Y-DNA distribution are appearing clan-wise so far. Modern Rukum district (Eastern Khas belt) in the medieval times had only 2 Khas clans (Sapkota, Gautam) and both are Y7 so far. So, some regions could be skewed towards Y7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaazi View Post
    Not so far. Only Poi and Sapkota guy among L657 are tested deeper and Poi is on Y6>Y920>BY160158 while Sapkota is on Y944>BY65281. Are you also on Y2568?


    But if you ask me which clan will probably get there. Gautam (all Y7), Adhikari, Neupane, Aryal or Poudel can get there and Y-DNA distribution are appearing clan-wise so far. Modern Rukum district (Eastern Khas belt) in the medieval times had only 2 Khas clans (Sapkota, Gautam) and both are Y7 so far. So, some regions could be skewed towards Y7.
    Yea me and Kapisa are both Y2568*. He has tested further than that, I haven't yet.

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