Haplogroup M52

 

Found rarely anywhere else the M52 is the “Indian Marker” and found namely in that continent. It is believed to be around 10,000 to 30,000 years old.

M52 is believed to have risen in India because of it primarily Indian concentration. It could however have originated in southern central Asia , Iran or the Middle East. Perhaps it appeared during the migrations of the M20.  The first national settlement of India began after these people travelled from Central Asia through the mountainous Pamir Knot some 30,000 years ago.