I have started the thread with a reliable source of research on haplotypes. Please read on the net on the recent advances on haplotype research and the classification of individuals and grouping under DNA typing. Hence I do not take your comment as based on any merit.
As administrator please read the evidences etc and then the opinion conveyed by me.What Mr Desi is writing is purely his opinion not based on any research. i don't speculate.I link my words to reality on the ground and actual incidents observed by me and original.I write this thinking that "we are all lords among the wits.If some are wits among the lords I cannot help".I have quoted a very reliable resource doing research on gene-splicing.
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Re: R1a haplotype
"Invaders becoming passive priests sounds bit farfetched
. Considering the fact that caste system was created in North-West India(present day Pakistan, Punjab(India)), why shouldn't one expect that high R1a among Brahmins show that Haplogroup frequency in North-West India? Just a thought. Well, it's also possible that historical migrations also might have changed haplogroup frequency. Tamil Brahmins show R1a at 28%, however, Bengali Brahmins have it at 45%. May be extra 17% are those from Sakas."