"Thats interesting.My haplogroup is exactly same as yours.My DNA test was done by National Geographic Genographic Project.It was a low resolution test so its difficult to conclude how close
I am to any South Asian population group.I think you…"
"I just got my DNA results from ftdna. As per llumina OmniExpress Population Finder report I am 90+% pushtun and 10% north Indian. quite a shocker! My haplogroup is R1a1a (R-M198) and yes I am lohana! :)"
A Hindu-Muslim synthesisThe amazing eclecticism of Khoja beliefs represent a unique and lasting synthesis of Hindu and Islamic doctrines and tenetsNumbering no more than 15 million worldwide, the Nizari Ismaili Shias are one of the smallest and the least known of all Muslim sects. Over half of the Ismaili population resides in the Indian sub-continent, where they are commonly known as Khojas or Aga Khanis, so called because they regard the Aga Khan as their spiritual leader. Because of…See More
The Ghilzais are an Afghan tribe but their origins are not certain. They are reputed to be descended at least in part from the Khalaj or Khilji Turks, who entered Afghanistan in the 10th century, as well as the numerous other…"
"The following is another view that was sent to me.I do not know the source but sounds like wikipaedia!
Lohanas (Persian: لامياحاءأنأ Gujarati: લોહાણા Sindhi : لوها ڻا Hindi: लोहाना) or 'Master of Swords' are an Indo-Aryan ethnic group and…"
Type Y-ChromosomeHaplogroup R1, M173 (Subclade R1a, SRY10831.2)Your STRs DYS393: 14 DYS439: 10 DYS388: 12 DYS385a: 11DYS19: 16 DYS389-1: 12 DYS390: 24 DYS385b: 14DYS391: 11 DYS389-2: 19 DYS426: 12 DYS392: 11How to Interpret ResultsAbove are results from the laboratory analysis of your Y-chromosome. Your DNA was analyzed for Short Tandem Repeats (STRs), which are repeating segments of your genome that have a high mutation rate. The location on the Y chromosome of each of these markers is…See More
SYNOPSIS OF HISTORY OF LOHANASR. T.Somaiyartsomaiya@gmail.com firstname.lastname@example.orgLohanas are "Raghuvanshi Kshatriyas". Since Raghuvanshis were Suryavanshis, naturally Lohanas are also 'Suryavanshis'. Going deep in the history of Lohanas would mean going deep in the history of Raghuvanshis and Suryavanshis. Most of it is in the form of legend. Whether legends are historically true or not, is a subject of great debate. One thing is sure that it gives insight to various aspects of our origin and…See More