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    Default Ancient India mostly proto-mongoloid or austronesian (Split) //mod

    From the mother side he is closest to east asians, interesting, I have long been suspecting that ancient India was mostly proto-mongoloid or austronesian before the aryans. The scenario of aryan entry into prehistorical India could have been similiar to that of Americas. As we see how much male european admixture is blend into latin americans with a considerable amount of maternal genetic contribution from amerindians.
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    I'm betting your male relatives are taller than the average S indians, right?
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    Well sculptures and Busts found in Indus Valley Civilization do not look much like proto Mongoloid or Austronesian to me but i remember reading in school that they were more of cosmopolitan civilization but mostly Dravidian people.

    Here are images of busts and sculpture from Indus Valley Civilization they have thick lips, wide eyes & round faces.
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    Im not sure about that but i think Ancient Indians are same as the Indians today. If anything they were darker than today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prithvi View Post
    Im not sure about that but i think Ancient Indians are same as the Indians today. If anything they were darker than today.

    Some of the bust and sculpture found in Indus Valley Civilization.

    The Harappans were mostly normal Alpinoids and Mediterranoids, with Taurid presence as well.
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    There is also the matter of Australoid migration out of Africa and it is not Mongoloid even as Austronesian Madagascar natives are. Perhaps Dravidians have connections to the Negrito and Moro peoples in this fashion, for the time in which Australoid migration transpired, they were not really any more nautical than now, instead hugging the coasts and only island-hopping if it was convenient or incidental to general population expansion.
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