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    His results look similar to my Uncle's results:

    Screenshot_20210307-113650 (1).png

    His Y matches too. It might be a relative, considering so far my Uncle's NE Euro has been higher then the Caucasian component, something I haven't seen with myself or other relatives harrapaworld results where it is the opposite. My uncle's ancestor's are from Gilani village, I'm sure paternally this 23 and me user's ancestor's are from there too.

    Since his mtDNA matches mine I'm sure we are also related within 3/4 generations through the female side. Bihari Syed families are extremely endogenous after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subzero85 View Post
    https://www.reddit.com/r/23andme/com...hajir_results/

    Bihari Syed result.

    His haplogroups are J-L88.2 (seems close to mine) and his mtDNA is M3a1 (which seems to be the same as you).

    Admix Results (sorted):

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    S-Indian 41.33
    Baloch 35.45
    NE-Euro 9.2
    Caucasian 7.84
    SE-Asian 3.51
    Papuan 1.18
    American 1.12
    NE-Asian 0.35
    Beringian 0.02
    Judging by his Reddit post, that guy's background is similar to my mother's side in terms of having family from both UP and Bihar.

    My grandmother's dadi was descended from a Bihari Syed, her dadi's father's name was Syed Mohammad Qasim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deuterium_1 View Post
    Judging by his Reddit post, that guy's background is similar to my mother's side in terms of having family from both UP and Bihar.

    My grandmother's dadi was descended from a Bihari Syed, her dadi's father's name was Syed Mohammad Qasim.
    What was their sadaat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biharguy View Post
    What was their sadaat?
    I don't know sadly
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    Quote Originally Posted by deuterium_1 View Post
    I don't know sadly
    Do you know what town/village they were from? That can help pinpoint possible sadaats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biharguy View Post
    Do you know what town/village they were from? That can help pinpoint possible sadaats.
    Just checked my shujra, it says that she was from Harihans too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deuterium_1 View Post
    Just checked my shujra, it says that she was from Harihans too.
    So Siwan. Okay let me ask around what Sadaats are from that area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biharguy View Post
    So Siwan. Okay let me ask around what Sadaats are from that area.
    I know that my mum's side were more culturally aligned with Awadh (in terms of cuisine and tehzeeb) and we used to only speak Bhojpuri to the villagers who worked on our land. We spoke Urdu (or Hindustani as it was known before) among ourselves.

    Here is what was written in the district gazetteer for Saran (which included Siwan during the British Raj) a century ago:

    There are only 6,000 Saiyids, probably the descendants of foreign immigrants

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    Quote Originally Posted by deuterium_1 View Post
    I know that my mum's side were more culturally aligned with Awadh (in terms of cuisine and tehzeeb) and we used to only speak Bhojpuri to the villagers who worked on our land. We spoke Urdu (or Hindustani as it was known before) among ourselves.

    Here is what was written in the district gazetteer for Saran (which included Siwan during the British Raj) a century ago:
    Awadh makes sense. I know there are many Shia families from Saran/Siwan so there would have been some links with Awadh. I know Sadaat e Rizvi families are from there. I guess ancestral migration for those families must have been from UP Ashrafs as opposed to Sufi Saints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biharguy View Post
    Awadh makes sense. I know there are many Shia families from Saran/Siwan so there would have been some links with Awadh. I know Sadaat e Rizvi families are from there. I guess ancestral migration for those families must have been from UP Ashrafs as opposed to Sufi Saints.
    Purvanchal is also just adjacent to Awadh, parts of it belonged to the Nawabs of Awadh initially although it was later ceded to Britain.

    One of my relatives was from Awayan, Ballia, UP but he was also related to my family in Harihans. He went to Nadwa college in Lucknow after my great great granduncle Syed Mohammad Sami died in 1918.
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