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Thread: Kerala Y-DNA Distribution

  1. #1911
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    Quote Originally Posted by vishankar View Post
    hi..you used vahaduo??
    i used the same components....getting a lot of roopkund a

    Target: Kalashviv_scaled
    Distance: 2.2379% / 0.02237877
    85.6 IND_Roopkund_A
    8.8 IRN_Shahr_I_Sokhta_BA3
    5.6 PGW_Ror

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    Harappaworld results of a new kerala syrian christian sample who is sharing my mtdna. R30a is not so common among us.

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 48.73
    2 Baloch 34.37
    3 Caucasian 7.14
    4 NE-Euro 3.49
    5 SE-Asian 2.34
    6 Beringian 1.2
    7 NE-Asian 0.93
    8 American 0.91
    9 SW-Asian 0.55
    10 Papuan 0.33
     

    My ancestral ydna haplogroups

    My Y-Line - R1a-Z93+L657+ Y7+
    Maternal Grandfather's Y-Line - L1a2-M357
    Paternal GM's family Y-Line - C1b-P92+ K96+
    Maternal GM's family Y-Line - J2a1-L26(M47- M67- M68- L24-)

    My ancestral Mtdna haplogroup

    My mtdna: R30a1c
    Father's mtdna: J1b1a1
    Paternal Grandfather's mtdna: HV
    Maternal Grandfather's mtdna:M5a


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    Kerala syrian christians score such low asi yet look so aasi influenced. In Tamil brahmins from what I have seen their is no genetic difference between all subsects like Iyengars , Brahcharanam iyers, vadama iyers etc but still the vadama iyers look much more northern than the other Iyers and Iyengars the rest of the iyer subsects and Iyengars look no different from standard Tamils but vadamas show a clear shift in phenotype atleast, I wonder what is the reason. Some iyengars https://images.app.goo.gl/JMA1HvWFomoA26zN7 , some non vadama iyers https://images.app.goo.gl/UW6MSKejijgy9onz6 and some vadama iyers who show clear phenotypical shift https://images.app.goo.gl/mjdiXrmGngnmwfwK9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smanj1234 View Post
    Kerala syrian christians score such low asi yet look so aasi influenced.
    No They are not low AASI genetically. On an average they have higher AASI than kerala brahmin,ambalavasi and nair groups.
     

    My ancestral ydna haplogroups

    My Y-Line - R1a-Z93+L657+ Y7+
    Maternal Grandfather's Y-Line - L1a2-M357
    Paternal GM's family Y-Line - C1b-P92+ K96+
    Maternal GM's family Y-Line - J2a1-L26(M47- M67- M68- L24-)

    My ancestral Mtdna haplogroup

    My mtdna: R30a1c
    Father's mtdna: J1b1a1
    Paternal Grandfather's mtdna: HV
    Maternal Grandfather's mtdna:M5a


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    So are the Knanyas mostly nair but with some middle eastern ancestry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smanj1234 View Post
    So are the Knanyas mostly nair but with some middle eastern ancestry.
    They could be modelled as Nair sans steppe with some middle eastern ancestry. But I would not say they have actual nair ancestry. Their indian ancestors would most probably be some kind of traders who lived in present day Kodungalloor. Trying to find actual ancestry from present day castes would be a futile exercise as the social fabric during their probable time of ethnogenesis was very different from today and we don't actually know much about that due lack of available history.
     

    My ancestral ydna haplogroups

    My Y-Line - R1a-Z93+L657+ Y7+
    Maternal Grandfather's Y-Line - L1a2-M357
    Paternal GM's family Y-Line - C1b-P92+ K96+
    Maternal GM's family Y-Line - J2a1-L26(M47- M67- M68- L24-)

    My ancestral Mtdna haplogroup

    My mtdna: R30a1c
    Father's mtdna: J1b1a1
    Paternal Grandfather's mtdna: HV
    Maternal Grandfather's mtdna:M5a


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    Interesting , how do the kerala iyers score they seem to score much higher steppe than Tamil brahmins
    Bengali 0.152 0.413 0.435
    Cochin_Jews 0.212 0.188 0.6
    K_Bunt 0.197 0.307 0.496
    K_Ezhava 0.147 0.281 0.572
    K_Iyer 0.271 0.164 0.565
    K_Knanaya 0.149 0.186 0.665
    K_Mapilla 0.141 0.293 0.565
    K_Nair 0.172 0.244 0.584
    K_Nambudiri 0.248 0.183 0.569
    K_Nasrani 0.134 0.27 0.596
    K_Poduval 0.2 0.276 0.524
    K_Vaniya 0.215 0.139 0.646
    K_Varma 0.213 0.116 0.67
    Brahui 0.236 -0.181 0.945
    Mumbai_Jews 0.271 -0.134 0.863
    Patel 0.167 0.27 0.562
    Pulliyar 0.05 0.575 0.375
    TamilBrahmin 0.191 0.262 0.547
    UP_Brahmin 0.293 0.223 0.484
    Velamas 0.101 0.298 0.601
    the difference seems to be big or is that the Kerala iyers are of a different subsect from what I have heard many Kerala iyers are vadamas who are the most recent migrants and maybe the ones in Tamilnadu have mixed more with the aasi subsects while the vadama iyers in Kerala have remained endogamous .

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    Malayali Hindu Kit

    Ydna: Q-L940 Mtdna:U2
    His Harappaworld results. Interestingly very high SW Asian
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 49.77
    2 Baloch 35.65
    3 SW-Asian 3.82
    4 Caucasian 3.05
    5 SE-Asian 2.09
    6 NE-Euro 1.73
    7 Papuan 1.66
    8 Beringian 0.84
    9 NE-Asian 0.72
    10 Pygmy 0.38
    11 E-African 0.2
    12 San 0.07


    His Close relative is a nair with below harappa
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 51.26
    2 Baloch 37.85
    3 Caucasian 3.85
    4 NE-Euro 2.89
    5 SW-Asian 1.52
    6 Beringian 0.93
    7 American 0.79
    8 Papuan 0.5
    9 Pygmy 0.28
    10 San 0.13


    A few other malayali hindu kits as well

    Ydna:R2 Mtdna:R0
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 55.84
    2 Baloch 33.22
    3 SE-Asian 3.2
    4 Caucasian 2.79
    5 SW-Asian 2.29
    6 NE-Euro 1.33
    7 Papuan 0.99
    8 American 0.34


    Ydna:R-L295 mtdna:R5a2
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 54.93
    2 Baloch 32.98
    3 Caucasian 7.55
    4 SE-Asian 1.56
    5 Papuan 1.09
    6 NE-Asian 0.81
    7 American 0.55
    8 Beringian 0.53


    Ydna:H-Z4507 mtdna:R8a1
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 52.53
    2 Baloch 31.43
    3 NE-Euro 4.45
    4 Caucasian 3.88
    5 SW-Asian 2.67
    6 NE-Asian 2.02
    7 Siberian 1.76
    8 Mediterranean 0.6
    9 Papuan 0.58
    10 Pygmy 0.08


    Ydna:L-M27 mtdna:R0
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 57.1
    2 Baloch 33.4
    3 Beringian 2.49
    4 Mediterranean 1.55
    5 Caucasian 1.19
    6 San 0.87
    7 NE-Asian 0.72
    8 E-African 0.68
    9 SW-Asian 0.67
    10 Papuan 0.55
    11 SE-Asian 0.51
    12 W-African 0.28


    Ydna:J2 mtdna:U1a3
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 53.73
    2 Baloch 33.42
    3 Caucasian 3.85
    4 NE-Euro 2.9
    5 NE-Asian 2.07
    6 SW-Asian 1.8
    7 Papuan 1.67
    8 Pygmy 0.45
    9 Mediterranean 0.05
    10 American 0.04
    11 Beringian 0.03


    mtdna:U1a1
     

    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 52.3
    2 Baloch 30.8
    3 Caucasian 9.85
    4 SW-Asian 2.78
    5 NE-Asian 2.21
    6 Papuan 0.88
    7 Siberian 0.59
    8 SE-Asian 0.49
    9 San 0.09
     

    My ancestral ydna haplogroups

    My Y-Line - R1a-Z93+L657+ Y7+
    Maternal Grandfather's Y-Line - L1a2-M357
    Paternal GM's family Y-Line - C1b-P92+ K96+
    Maternal GM's family Y-Line - J2a1-L26(M47- M67- M68- L24-)

    My ancestral Mtdna haplogroup

    My mtdna: R30a1c
    Father's mtdna: J1b1a1
    Paternal Grandfather's mtdna: HV
    Maternal Grandfather's mtdna:M5a


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    Quote Originally Posted by BMG View Post
    They could be modelled as Nair sans steppe with some middle eastern ancestry. But I would not say they have actual nair ancestry. Their indian ancestors would most probably be some kind of traders who lived in present day Kodungalloor. Trying to find actual ancestry from present day castes would be a futile exercise as the social fabric during their probable time of ethnogenesis was very different from today and we don't actually know much about that due lack of available history.
    do you think qpwave admin would help???

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