Origin of the Muslim Population and their Social Stratification under Bengal Sultanate

Jan 2019
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#51
Indians aren't that different in look compared to Afghans/Persians
It is clear that you have not received much exposure to those groups. Here is the Bangladesh cricket team next to the Afghanistan cricket team. I am struggling to spot the Iranic Afghan features among the Bangladeshi player:lol:: IMG_2821.JPG
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Jan 2019
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#52
It would not be wrong for people descended from Aryan/Kamboja tribes to claim foreign ancestry. They carry with them the family lines (Gotras). Not so with ancestry from Greeks, Pasrthians, Scythians, Kushanas, Hunas, etc.What do you mean by 'pure Indians'. All people everywhere are some kind of mix. Nepotism rules in Bollywood. :D
It's pretty clear from your posts that you also have some sort of fetish for foreign ancestry. We can see this with your posts about Aryans coming from the Artic circle, Iranic Kamboja Brahmins, Gujjars coming from the Turkic Qajar dynasty etc. I find the final one so ridiculous LOL. I am from Haryana and I used to see Gujjars everyday and it's strange that these noble Turkic Iranian Gujars have now been reduced to herding cattle:lol:
 
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Dhaka
#53
It is clear that you have not received much exposure to those groups. Here is the Bangladesh cricket team next to the Afghanistan cricket team. I am struggling to spot the Iranic Afghan features among the Bangladeshi player:lol::
Can you please describe those features unique to Iranians/Afghans?
 
Jan 2019
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#54
Can you please describe those features unique to Iranians/Afghans?
I am no physical anthropologist, I am only stating what I can see. If you think these Afghanis are your ancestors then good for you but all it does is reveal your inferiority complex over your native Bangladeshi features and heritage. And genetics already disproves any Bangladeshi claim to foreign ancestry. You guys are more related to tribal Namasudras and Pods then even West Bengalis but shamelessly claim foreigners as your forefathers.
 
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Aupmanyav

Ad Honorem
Jun 2014
5,115
New Delhi, India
#57
It's pretty clear from your posts that you also have some sort of fetish for foreign ancestry. We can see this with your posts about Aryans coming from the Artic circle, Iranic Kamboja Brahmins, Gujjars coming from the Turkic Qajar dynasty etc. I find the final one so ridiculous LOL. I am from Haryana and I used to see Gujjars everyday and it's strange that these noble Turkic Iranian Gujars have now been reduced to herding cattle :lol:
I can't help it. I am an Aupamanyava, supposedly a descendant of Sage Upamanyu, who was a Kamboja, and who is mentioned in Srimad Bhagawatham as having his hermitage in Uttarapatha, where Lord Krishna and Arjuna met him. Similarly, if Aatreya is really an Aatreya, then he too is descendant of migrants. Our ancestors came here more than 3,000 years ago and settled in Sapta-Sindhu region before diffusing all over India, my family to Kashmir; but now are as Indian (or perhaps more) anyone else.

What people do is according to circumstances. My great grandfather was a karmakandi brahmin. My grandfather was a archaeologist, historian and Sanskritist. My father was a doctor. I was at one time a medical rep. and later associated with US Educational Foundtion in India. My son is an MNC Manager. I won't be surprised if my grandson starts a dairy farm. :D
 
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Aupmanyav

Ad Honorem
Jun 2014
5,115
New Delhi, India
#58
I am no physical anthropologist, I am only stating what I can see. If you think these Afghanis are your ancestors then good for you but all it does is reveal your inferiority complex over your native Bangladeshi features and heritage. And genetics already disproves any Bangladeshi claim to foreign ancestry. You guys are more related to tribal Namasudras and Pods then even West Bengalis but shamelessly claim foreigners as your forefathers.
Dewal, I find your post racist and denigrating to another member. Be careful in your posts. Mods here are not likely to accept such behavior.
 

Aupmanyav

Ad Honorem
Jun 2014
5,115
New Delhi, India
#59
Even commoners can easily visually distinguish the differences between a typical Iranian/Afghan and a typical Bengali, using features such as a combination of light skin, and sharper Caucasoid features etc.
True, but we all are mixed people in various proportions. No one has blue blood. And there is nothing that one can do about his/her ancestry, other than not contributing to discrimination and racialism.
 

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