Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Peopling of India: abstracts of genetic studies

Peopling of India: Abstracts of genetic studies

The grand narrative which emerges from these studies is clear and emphatic. Peopling of India was an indigenous and autochthonous evolution. There are markers of gene flows OUT of India. All so-called jaati or vanavaasi groups are of the same gene pool of India. This is consistent with the work, Indus script encodes mleccha speech which demonstrates the essential semantic unity of all bharatiya or Indian languages in a linguistic area of Sarasvati civilization from ca. 7500 BCE.

I shall be grateful for information on any specific, additional studies should be added to this compendium. Also, comments, suggestions and conclusions which can be drawn -- and presented in simple terms for incorporation in school/college text books – excerpted or deduced from the intensely technical nature of the genetic study results.


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Partha P Majumder (Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India), Peopling of India: Insights from Genetics in: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences
Status of Austro-Asiatic groups in the peopling of India:
An exploratory study based on the available prehistoric,
linguistic and biological evidences
Anthropology and Human Genetics Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata 700 108, India
*Corresponding author (Fax, 91-33-2577-6680; Email,

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Bamshad, M. J. et al. - Genetic Evidence on the Origins of Indian Caste Populations
Bamshad, M. J. et al. - Genetic Evidence on the Origins of Indian Caste Populations -
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Bamshad, M. J. et al. - Genetic Evidence on the Origins of Indian Caste Populations -
Bamshad, M. J. - lecture at the workshop ‘Anthropology, Genetic Diversity and Ethics’ (Milwaukee, 1999)
Bhattacharyya, N. P. et al. - Negligible Male Gene Flow Across Ethnic Boundaries in India -
Cavalli-Sforza, L. L. - Genes, Peoples and Languages
Chakrabarti, C. S. et al. - Genetic Relationships among Some Tribal Groups inhabiting the North-eastern, Eastern and Sub-Himalayan Regions of India
Cordaux, R. et al. - mtDNA Analysis reveals Diverse Histories of Tribal Populations from India
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Das, K. et al. - Population Structure and Genetic Differentiation among 16 Tribal Populations of Central India -
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Edwin, D. et al. - mtDNA Diversity among 5 Tribal Populations of Southern India
Gadgil, M. et al. - Peopling of India: Demographic History, Global Genetic History, mtDNA Base Sequences
Gadgil, M. - India’s Biological Diversity
Human Races Calculator (genetic distances)
Jorde, L. - lecture at the workshop ‘Anthropology, Genetic Diversity and Ethics’ (Milwaukee, 1999)
Kivisild, T. et al. - The Genetic Heritage of the Earliest Settlers persists both in Indian Tribal and Caste Populations
Kivisild, T. et al. - Deep Common Ancestry of Indian and Western-Eurasian mtDNA Lineages
Kumar, V. and B. Mohan Reddy - Status of Austro-Asiatic Groups in the Peopling of India
Majumder P. P. - Ethnic Populations of India from an Evolutionary Perspective
Majumder, P. P. - Indian Caste Origins Genomic Insights
Majumder, P. P. et al. - Human-specific Insertion-Deletion Polymorphisms in Indian Populations
Misra, V. N. - Prehistoric Human Colonization of India

Mukherjee, N. et al. - Population Movements from Central Asia and West Asia into India
Naidu, J. - lecture at the workshop ‘Anthropology, Genetic Diversity and Ethics’ (Milwaukee, 1999)
Purkayastha, P. - Ancestral Echoes in Indian Genes I
Purkayastha, P. - Ancestral Echoes in Indian Genes II
Qamar, R. et al. - Y-chromosomal DNA variation in Pakistan
Quintana-Murci, L. et al. - Y-chromosome Lineages Trace Diffusion of People and Languages in Southwestern Asia
Roychoudhury, S. et al. - Genomic Structures and Population Histories of linguistically Distinct Tribal Groups of India
Roychoudhury, S. et al. - Fundamental Genomic Unity of Ethnic India is revealed by Analysis of mtDNA
Skulj, J. et al. - Relationship between Indian Populations and Europeans
Spencer Wells, R. et al. - The Eurasian Heartland: A Continental Perspective on Y-chromosome Diversity Journey of Mankind - the peopling of the world. In: Genomic Diversity. 1999 Edited by Deka, R. Papiha, S.S.Kluwer/Academic/Plenum Publishers, pp. 135-152 The Place of the Indian mtDNA Variants in the Global Network of Maternal Lineages and the Peopling of the Old World by Toomas Kivisild1, Katrin Kaldma1, Mait Metspalu1, Jüri Parik1, Surinder Papiha2, Richard Villems1

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