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    joshi is a brahmin...ravi shastri is the most famous " shastri" lol, but our erstwhile president Lal Bahadur Shastri was from Uttar Pradesh...!...some havyak brahmans confer the title shastri to the learned among them!

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    I still haven't gotten a chance to send out my family's kits. My parents are computer illiterate so my lazy ass was too lazy to set up an email for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kart View Post
    I still haven't gotten a chance to send out my family's kits. My parents are computer illiterate so my lazy ass was too lazy to set up an email for them
    hi... if you are on family tree dna you could include them using your email id...

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    I wonder how the Toda would do in an admixture analysis?...almosst entirely iran neolithic?..we know they are a predominantly haplogroup J people Y chromosome wise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vishankar View Post
    I wonder how the Toda would do in an admixture analysis?...almosst entirely iran neolithic?..we know they are a predominantly haplogroup J people Y chromosome wise...
    What about the mtdna side?

    They must have very high Iran_N compared to neighbouring populations, but probably not as high as NW South Asians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vishankar View Post
    I wonder how the Toda would do in an admixture analysis?...almosst entirely iran neolithic?..we know they are a predominantly haplogroup J people Y chromosome wise...
    wut

    You do mean 20-40% right, like most south asian groups

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    for a newbie genetic lover like me, i always seem to relapse into a physical anthro correlation...thus the question about the todas?old obsolete texts regarded them as spillover of some proto nordic type into south india! but their y-dna make up suggests otherwise, with nil R1a!.....mostly J hapgp....

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejkhan View Post
    What about the mtdna side?

    They must have very high Iran_N compared to neighbouring populations, but probably not as high as NW South Asians.
    Their mtdna is mostly R and M. They may not be high Iran neolithic compared to neighbouring non tribal populations but might have more than other nilgiri tribals .

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    Quote Originally Posted by vishankar View Post
    for a newbie genetic lover like me, i always seem to relapse into a physical anthro correlation...thus the question about the todas?old obsolete texts regarded them as spillover of some proto nordic type into south india! but their y-dna make up suggests otherwise, with nil R1a!.....mostly J hapgp....
    I have worked with toda irl and they seemed to tribal shifted compared to general population . So my guess their Iran neolithic will be less and HG ancestry to be higher compared to non tribal population . Also most of their J is J-M68 which is a South Asian specific subclade.

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    Here’s another Knanaya I was able to collect. Remarkable how much symmetry all Knanaya have to each other, we haven’t had a sample yet that has been out of these parameters.

    Knanaya #34
    # Population Percent
    1 S-Indian 46.57
    2 Baloch 31.75
    3 Caucasian 9.37
    4 SW-Asian 4.04
    5 NE-Euro 3.45
    6 SE-Asian 2.22
    7 NE-Asian 0.96
    8 Papuan 0.55
    9 Siberian 0.44
    10 American 0.32
    11 W-African 0.31
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