DNA evidence shows gypsies came from India

December 10, 2012 |
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Modern-day gypsies,  Europe’s widespread Romani population, are now as diverse in language, lifestyle, and religion as any demographic but they all share a common past.

And that past started about 1,500 years ago  in northwestern India, according to the first genome-wide perspective on Romani origins and demographic history.

View the original article here: DNA Evidence Shows Gypsies Began Their Exodus From India 1500 Years Ago