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    Quote Originally Posted by Amber29 View Post
    I know some from my village who were sikh families went to India during partition (dad came across a sikh family who migrated from Chakwal to India while i was in hospital and started chatting he gets well happy my dad does when he finds people who have come from same area (who wouldnt hey - that connection lol)- id love to find them but i cant seem to tell no one is into geneology and all this as i am like i mean proper 'on it' serious lol - sad thing is some are very much older too....

    but i think about the promixity thing you said is correct - maybe that is why i am so airhead about caste? ha
    The Graayeen thing!

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    Although I have shared the blog with you and a few others, let me share my experience at the Foreigners' Registration Office, in Islamabad on the 26th of December.
    I landed in Islamabad on the Christmas morning, and went to the FRO the next day,in the Morning. The officer handling my files asked me what was the purpose of my visit to Karachi, I told him it was a friend's daughter's wedding. And what brought me to Islamabad, he asked. I just couldn't think of an answer that would satisfy his curiosity, after about 20 seconds of quiet, he asked me if I had family in Islamabad. Again,I had no documents to prove that I had one, even if I had very strong roots, going back to several thousands of years in this region. He gave me a cold and stern gaze and told me to wait as he had another document to look at. A minute later this funny thing happened. Another 2 officers in the room were talking in Potohari, out of curiosity I started talking to one of them:
    Me: Tussan Potohari O?
    Him: Jee
    Me: Tussan na graan kuthe aa? (I have grown up learning rudimentary geography of the region from my late Grandmother as such I was curious if I could locate or recognise the place)
    Then out of curiosity he asked me how did I learn Potohari. I told him it was from my Grandmother and elders in the family. And that that had migrated in 1947. He asked me where my elders lived. When I told him of the place, the man working on my paper, turned out to be my Graayeen(from a village near Sukho).
    It got a little emotional, for everyone in the room. Anyhow, my Graayeen then promptly completed the paperwork and asked me of my return date, and assured me that the departure process at the FRO would be sorted out with no hassle a day before I leave, And the other officer asked me to wait, Cha pi ke jaso,eh laazmi ay(You must have tea with us before you leave).
    We hugged one another before I left. On the day of the departure, I was welcomed with such warmth that the person accompanying me was actually surprised just how well a rapport I had built with these Cops, and yeah, they insisted that I visit again.
    This was The Graayeen thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahuls77 View Post
    Although I have shared the blog with you and a few others, let me share my experience at the Foreigners' Registration Office, in Islamabad on the 26th of December.
    I landed in Islamabad on the Christmas morning, and went to the FRO the next day,in the Morning. The officer handling my files asked me what was the purpose of my visit to Karachi, I told him it was a friend's daughter's wedding. And what brought me to Islamabad, he asked. I just couldn't think of an answer that would satisfy his curiosity, after about 20 seconds of quiet, he asked me if I had family in Islamabad. Again,I had no documents to prove that I had one, even if I had very strong roots, going back to several thousands of years in this region. He gave me a cold and stern gaze and told me to wait as he had another document to look at. A minute later this funny thing happened. Another 2 officers in the room were talking in Potohari, out of curiosity I started talking to one of them:
    Me: Tussan Potohari O?
    Him: Jee
    Me: Tussan na graan kuthe aa? (I have grown up learning rudimentary geography of the region from my late Grandmother as such I was curious if I could locate or recognise the place)
    Then out of curiosity he asked me how did I learn Potohari. I told him it was from my Grandmother and elders in the family. And that that had migrated in 1947. He asked me where my elders lived. When I told him of the place, the man working on my paper, turned out to be my Graayeen(from a village near Sukho).
    It got a little emotional, for everyone in the room. Anyhow, my Graayeen then promptly completed the paperwork and asked me of my return date, and assured me that the departure process at the FRO would be sorted out with no hassle a day before I leave, And the other officer asked me to wait, Cha pi ke jaso,eh laazmi ay(You must have tea with us before you leave).
    We hugged one another before I left. On the day of the departure, I was welcomed with such warmth that the person accompanying me was actually surprised just how well a rapport I had built with these Cops, and yeah, they insisted that I visit again.
    This was The Graayeen thing!
    very heartwarming!
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    sis 1:
    # Population Percent
    1 Ancestral_North_Eurasian 41.63
    2 Natufian 28.22
    3 Ancestral_South_Eurasian 19.77
    4 East_Asian 7.38
    5 West_European_Hunter_Gartherer 2.43
    6 Sub_Saharan 0.57

    Single Population Sharing:

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Punjabi 1.07
    2 GujaratiA 1.65
    3 GujaratiB 4.03
    4 Sindhi 4.04
    5 Pathan 6.09
    6 Kalash 6.97
    7 GujaratiC 8.82
    8 Burusho 8.9
    9 GujaratiD 11.12
    10 Kurd_SE 11.73
    11 Pashtun_Afghan 11.84
    12 Punjabi_PJL 12.71
    13 Balochi 12.76
    14 Brahui 13.58
    15 Makrani 15.51
    16 Baloch_Iranian 17.64
    17 Tajik 18.76
    18 Bengali 19.92
    19 CHG 21.22
    20 Iran_N 23.41

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 63% Punjabi + 37% GujaratiA @ 0.56
    2 63.5% GujaratiB + 36.5% Kalash @ 0.56
    3 60.4% GujaratiB + 39.6% Pathan @ 0.66
    4 98.5% Punjabi + 1.5% GoyetQ116 @ 0.82
    5 99.3% Punjabi + 0.7% Mota @ 0.83
    6 99.4% Punjabi + 0.6% Gambian @ 0.84
    7 99.5% Punjabi + 0.5% Esan @ 0.84
    8 99.5% Punjabi + 0.5% Yoruba @ 0.84
    9 99.3% Punjabi + 0.7% Andamanese @ 0.84
    10 99.3% Punjabi + 0.7% Australian @ 0.84
    11 99.3% Punjabi + 0.7% Papuan @ 0.84
    12 99.4% Punjabi + 0.6% Hadza @ 0.86
    13 99.2% Punjabi + 0.8% Onge @ 0.87
    14 99.3% Punjabi + 0.7% SHG @ 0.88
    15 99.4% Punjabi + 0.6% Motala12 @ 0.88
    16 99.3% Punjabi + 0.7% Masai @ 0.88
    17 99.5% Punjabi + 0.5% Hungarian_KO1 @ 0.88
    18 99.5% Punjabi + 0.5% WHG @ 0.88
    19 98.8% Punjabi + 1.2% Steppe_Eneolithic @ 0.89
    20 98.5% Punjabi + 1.5% Paniyas

    sis2:

    # Population Percent
    1 Ancestral_North_Eurasian 39.93
    2 Natufian 32.16
    3 Ancestral_South_Eurasian 19.37
    4 East_Asian 6.98
    5 West_European_Hunter_Gartherer 1.55

    Single Population Sharing:

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Sindhi 2.63
    2 Punjabi 4.15
    3 GujaratiA 4.78
    4 Pathan 4.88
    5 Kalash 5.73
    6 GujaratiB 7.5
    7 Kurd_SE 9.08
    8 Balochi 9.86
    9 Burusho 10.04
    10 Pashtun_Afghan 10.46
    11 Brahui 10.64
    12 GujaratiC 11.11
    13 Makrani 12.59
    14 GujaratiD 13.62
    15 Baloch_Iranian 14.76
    16 Punjabi_PJL 15.04
    17 Tajik 18
    18 CHG 18.96
    19 Iran_N 20.35
    20 Iranian_Mazandarani 21.06

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 95.4% Punjabi + 4.6% Levant_N @ 1.03
    2 95.4% Punjabi + 4.6% Natufian @ 1.03
    3 82% Kurd_SE + 18% Paniyas @ 1.46
    4 81.8% GujaratiB + 18.2% Jew_Iranian @ 1.5
    5 76.5% GujaratiB + 23.5% Iran_LN @ 1.5
    6 82.1% GujaratiB + 17.9% Jew_iraqi @ 1.55
    7 76.2% GujaratiB + 23.8% Kurd_C @ 1.55
    8 96.9% Sindhi + 3.1% Europe_EN @ 1.58
    9 96.8% Sindhi + 3.2% Anatolia_N @ 1.6
    10 55.2% Kurd_SE + 44.8% GujaratiC @ 1.62
    11 77.7% GujaratiB + 22.3% Kurd_F @ 1.63
    12 81.6% GujaratiB + 18.4% Assyrian @ 1.64
    13 74.2% GujaratiB + 25.8% Iranian_Mazandarani @ 1.64
    14 96.7% Sindhi + 3.3% Sardinian @ 1.68
    15 78.4% Balochi + 21.6% Palliyar @ 1.69
    16 62.6% Kurd_SE + 37.4% Punjabi_PJL @ 1.69
    17 66.3% GujaratiC + 33.7% Iranian_Lori @ 1.72
    18 64.9% GujaratiC + 35.1% Iran_N @ 1.73
    19 79.9% Kurd_SE + 20.1% Palliyar @ 1.78
    20 75.5% GujaratiB + 24.5% Iran_ChL
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    # Population Percent
    1 Ancestral_North_Eurasian 30.81
    2 Ancestral_South_Eurasian 25.93
    3 Natufian 21.57
    4 East_Asian 19.44
    5 West_European_Hunter_Gartherer 1.67
    6 Sub_Saharan 0.57

    Single Population Sharing:

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Bengali 5.12
    2 Punjabi_PJL 11.3
    3 GujaratiD 12.04
    4 GujaratiC 13.85
    5 Burusho 14.32
    6 GujaratiB 16.31
    7 GujaratiA 17.84
    8 Punjabi 18.6
    9 Palliyar 19.79
    10 Sindhi 20.93
    11 Pathan 22.12
    12 Pashtun_Afghan 22.23
    13 Kalash 23.22
    14 Tajik 24.68
    15 Paniyas 25.54
    16 Kurd_SE 27.22
    17 Kharia 27.57
    18 Turkmen 28.23
    19 Balochi 28.9
    20 Brahui 29.56

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 50.3% Kurd_SE + 49.7% Kharia @ 0.9
    2 55.5% Pathan + 44.5% Kharia @ 1.26
    3 54.3% Kalash + 45.7% Kharia @ 1.52
    4 51.2% Kharia + 48.8% Balochi @ 1.62
    5 51.8% Kharia + 48.2% Brahui @ 1.91
    6 57.9% Kharia + 42.1% CHG @ 1.91
    7 89.6% Bengali + 10.4% Turkish @ 1.94
    8 85.7% Bengali + 14.3% Turkmen @ 2.07
    9 91.5% Bengali + 8.5% Jew_Tunisian @ 2.09
    10 91.6% Bengali + 8.4% Jew_Libyan @ 2.11
    11 91.6% Bengali + 8.4% Jew_Moroccan @ 2.15
    12 88.9% Bengali + 11.1% Balkar @ 2.19
    13 91.5% Bengali + 8.5% Jew_Ashkenazi @ 2.22
    14 93.7% Bengali + 6.3% Anatolia_N @ 2.22
    15 91.6% Bengali + 8.4% Cypriot @ 2.24
    16 91% Bengali + 9% Jordanian @ 2.26
    17 91% Bengali + 9% Lebanese @ 2.27
    18 91.2% Bengali + 8.8% BedouinA @ 2.28
    19 91.3% Bengali + 8.7% Palestinian @ 2.28
    20 91.8% Bengali + 8.2% Italian_South @ 2.31

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    # Population Percent
    1 Ancestral_North_Eurasian 42.01
    2 Natufian 29.45
    3 Ancestral_South_Eurasian 17.06
    4 East_Asian 9.62
    5 West_European_Hunter_Gartherer 1.87

    Single Population Sharing:

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Punjabi 2.91
    2 Sindhi 4.58
    3 Pathan 4.94
    4 GujaratiA 5.07
    5 Kalash 6.06
    6 GujaratiB 6.47
    7 Burusho 6.86
    8 Kurd_SE 9.74
    9 Pashtun_Afghan 9.94
    10 GujaratiC 11.51
    11 Balochi 11.56
    12 Brahui 12.39
    13 GujaratiD 13.47
    14 Makrani 14.47
    15 Punjabi_PJL 15.01
    16 Baloch_Iranian 16.29
    17 Tajik 16.97
    18 CHG 19.76
    19 Bengali 20.94
    20 Iran_N 21.85

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 61% Sindhi + 39% Burusho @ 1.69
    2 93.5% Sindhi + 6.5% Clovis @ 1.76
    3 94.1% Sindhi + 5.9% Pima @ 1.83
    4 75.8% Punjabi + 24.2% Burusho @ 2.03
    5 93.9% Punjabi + 6.1% Turkmen @ 2.06
    6 95.1% Punjabi + 4.9% Uzbek @ 2.15
    7 95.3% Sindhi + 4.7% Eskimo @ 2.18
    8 83.5% Punjabi + 16.5% Pashtun_Afghan @ 2.2
    9 96.2% Punjabi + 3.8% Uygur @ 2.22
    10 96.2% Punjabi + 3.8% Hazara @ 2.24
    11 94.7% Sindhi + 5.3% Altaian @ 2.25
    12 90.1% Punjabi + 9.9% Tajik @ 2.25
    13 97.4% Punjabi + 2.6% Kyrgyz @ 2.31
    14 92.3% Sindhi + 7.7% Uygur @ 2.31
    15 94.4% Sindhi + 5.6% Kyrgyz @ 2.33
    16 97.6% Punjabi + 2.4% Altaian @ 2.34
    17 98% Punjabi + 2% Eskimo @ 2.36
    18 92.3% Sindhi + 7.7% Hazara @ 2.37
    19 97.9% Punjabi + 2.1% Kalmyk @ 2.37
    20 98.2% Punjabi + 1.8% Nganasan


    23ANDME V5:

    # Population Percent
    1 Ancestral_North_Eurasian 40
    2 Natufian 25.68
    3 Ancestral_South_Eurasian 17.91
    4 East_Asian 11.55
    5 West_European_Hunter_Gartherer 4.87

    Single Population Sharing:

    # Population (source) Distance
    1 Burusho 4.94
    2 Punjabi 6.06
    3 GujaratiA 6.22
    4 GujaratiB 6.85
    5 Pathan 8.55
    6 Sindhi 9.24
    7 Kalash 9.52
    8 GujaratiC 10.5
    9 Pashtun_Afghan 10.67
    10 GujaratiD 11.58
    11 Punjabi_PJL 12.87
    12 Kurd_SE 14.42
    13 Tajik 15.78
    14 Balochi 16.52
    15 Brahui 17.33
    16 Bengali 17.43
    17 Makrani 19.03
    18 Baloch_Iranian 20.64
    19 CHG 24.72
    20 Iran_N 25.38

    Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

    # Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
    1 90.7% GujaratiA + 9.3% Clovis @ 2.09
    2 91.6% GujaratiA + 8.4% Pima @ 2.2
    3 82.3% GujaratiB + 17.7% Steppe_IA @ 2.53
    4 92.2% GujaratiA + 7.8% Altaian @ 2.55
    5 91.3% Punjabi + 8.7% Clovis @ 2.64
    6 93.4% GujaratiA + 6.6% Eskimo @ 2.64
    7 88.7% GujaratiA + 11.3% Uygur @ 2.64
    8 91.8% GujaratiA + 8.2% Kyrgyz @ 2.66
    9 86.2% GujaratiA + 13.8% Uzbek @ 2.73
    10 88.7% GujaratiA + 11.3% Hazara @ 2.73
    11 57.7% Burusho + 42.3% GujaratiA @ 2.83
    12 71.4% GujaratiB + 28.6% Tajik @ 2.83
    13 93.3% GujaratiA + 6.7% Kalmyk @ 2.83
    14 92.2% Punjabi + 7.8% Pima @ 2.86
    15 94.2% GujaratiA + 5.8% Nganasan @ 2.87
    16 92.7% Punjabi + 7.3% Altaian @ 2.93
    17 82.5% GujaratiB + 17.5% Turkmen @ 2.98
    18 92.3% Punjabi + 7.7% Kyrgyz @ 3.04
    19 87% Punjabi + 13% Uzbek @ 3.07
    20 94.8% GujaratiA + 5.2% Ulchi
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