Razib Khan looked over the HarappaWorld Admixture results and posted his analysis on his GNXP blog. Go read it.
Reading.... I do not expect he will allow me, it reminds me the position of Galileo when he went against the Creationist Catholics....
Okay after taking a look here are my conclusions-
1. The high N-E component in todays brahmins compared to older I-E populations like of Vaidyas in Bengal is A token of the post 600b.c.Intrusional admixtures.
2. The Current brahmins came from Kanyakubja IN ~1000AD which is situated in N.India,
3. The vedic culture is present in bengal from at least 1st millennium B.C.
4.'' South Indian Brahmins are genetically distinct from North Indian Brahmins. They seem to have about one half the proportion of the “NE Euro” component as North Indian Brahmins (e.g., compare to Bengali Brahmins).''
Again confirming that Pre-600B.C. I-E groups of india had lower NE Component...
That will be confirmed with Farmana aDNA which will also prove many other things...
I highly doubt all Brahmins came from Kannauj. That's true only for Kanyakubj Brahmins. Not all Brahmins are Kanyakubja. Some are Saraswat, for example, who I doubt came from Kannauj.
''I highly doubt all Brahmins came from Kannauj. That's true only for Kanyakubj Brahmins. Not all Brahmins are Kanyakubja. Some are Saraswat, for example, who I doubt came from Kannauj.''
The Panchagauda Kulin Brahmins came if not every but majority of them are of post 600b.c. N.Indian ones.....
It is way more parsimonious to ascribe the NE Euro component, present at >=10% in Bengal Brahmins and other upper caste northern groups, to Indo-Aryan migrations around the middle of the second millennium BCE.
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