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The gene chromosomes of the Y chromosomes have been evolving for thousands of years. A variety of Y chromosomes have brought the human award. But there is not enough evidence that such genealogy came from an individual or that it originated from an individual human group. But beyond that, it is surprising that Genghis Khan’s lineage has produced a long history of the human lineage.

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Y chromosomes  

Y chromosomes are inherited cells that are passed from father to son. The Y chromosome is one of the two sex chromosomes in humans (the other is the X chromosome). The sex chromosomes form one of the 23 pairs of human chromosomes in each cell. The Y chromosome spans more than 59 million building blocks of DNA (base pairs) and represents almost 2 percent of the total DNA in cells. Each person normally has one pair of sex chromosomes in each cell. The Y chromosome is present in males, who have one X and one Y chromosome, while females have two X chromosomes.

India’s protected guards

Whether beggar or king or Emperor Alexander, they would have to cross the Himalayas mountain to cross the Indian subcontinent or otherwise cross the deep Indus River which is flooded. These majestic bulwarks, which were set up as a natural fortress, became India’s protected guards. Very few, including Alexander the Great, succeeded in their conquest of India.

Following Alexander in  1222, the Mongol Genghis Khan invaded the Indus River with a frantic force, wherein that place he thought of deciding, whether it is India or Persia?  Then he invaded Persia, therefore India escaped from him.

King Genghis Khan invaded many countries, and conquered many lands, enslaved the people, married many women, and ruled continuously. Therefore the Studies show that this Genghis Khan generation came from a person until today who lived about a thousand years ago.

Percentage of the men living in the region of the former Mongol empire carry Y-chromosomes that are nearly identical. Scientists from the “Russian Academy of Sciences” believe that Genghis Khan has 16 million male descendants living today, meaning that he must have fathered hundreds, if not thousands, of children.

That translates to 0.5 percent of the male population in the world or roughly indicated  16 million descendants living today. If we take the life expectancy of a person in his generation at that time to be 50 years, it can be assumed that those who have lived 30-35 generations today are 0.5 percent of the men in the world today or 16 million men who came from Genghis Khan blood relationship. ( American Journal of Human Genetics).  

Although the Y chromosome number lineage is said to have such a large proportion in the human race. Some would argue that this is not credible But Genghis Khan is not a respectable king of  Mongolia because he massacred a lot of people. But,  He is the founding father of the nation.   He did not just not only establish a nation but he was the reason why the Mongols had their own script. Therefore He won all those people because of this single reason.

The strategy of Capturing the countries

He then defeated the enemy and won. Because at that time the Mongols had only about 150,000 soldiers. and it is not enough to win over many nations. So the Mongols had to show the people and the enemy that they were dangerous. So they made sure to send a message to the citizens of each city they captured before they attacked.

The message was, “If you surrender, your lives will be saved, your city will not be looted, your houses will not be looted. Women will not be raped. But if you resist, we will not let a single one of you live. But in the end, the people and even the kings surrendered without a fight. On the other hand, the natives and soldiers who refused to meet with Genghis Khan were killed by their kings.

 At the time of his death, Genghis Khan’s empire stretched throughout  Asia, generally from the Pacific Ocean to the Caspian Sea, the khan empire expanded. His military victories saw his related generals and soldiers rape and made them pregnant tens of thousands of women.   His descendants expanded the empire and maintained their power in the region for hundreds of years, and harem and sex potatoes were the words in civilizations. They had significant women in their custody.

Genghis khan’s eldest son Tushi is said to have had 40 sons. Documents found during or after Ivan’s reign, after each of his conquests, included a barrage of robberies and rapes. Genghis Khan first chose beautiful women for his palace. His grandson Kubilai Khan, who founded the Yuan dynasty in China, had 22 sons and is said to have added 30 virgins to his palace each year.

According to Michael Price,   (Imperial College London) “Genghis Khan had hundreds of children. By the way, his first son Jochi.  Genghis Khan had at least 6 daughters by second or younger wives, but in total, he had about 500  they were the secondary wives. they had many children. 

So he likely had many hundreds of children who were not in the Mongol line of succession, which was reserved for Börte’s children alone. The children by secondary wives are mostly undocumented, but still visible in the modern gene pool and probably why Genghis Khan is the most miscarried man in history. An interesting book on the vital role of Genghis’ daughters in forming dynastic marriages with neighboring tribes is: The blood relations of the Sengiskans brothers may thus have been responsible for the formation of a hereditary lineage.

As in Western mythology, there was a belief in a divine right community. In 2003, in a historical genetic study, a significant proportion of men in the world referred to direct descendants of  Genghis khan.

They have Y chromosomes that seem to have come from a person who lived about 1,000 years ago. Geneticists use the Y-chromosome in such demographic studies because it does not bind to other parts of the gene. When it comes to eye color, or height, or resistance, or susceptibility to certain diseases, every parent contributes half of their child’s DNA to the new genetic makeup.

Of course, the connection to Genghis Khan will never be a certainty unless his grave is found and his DNA could be extracted. Until then, geneticists will continue to seek out isolated populations in the hope of unraveling the mysteries of geographic origin and relatedness told by our genes.

  His descendants in India, the Timurids, retained pride in their Senghisite tradition. It is an important symbol for any person who is a warrior among the Muslims in Russia and among the Uzbeks of Genghis Khan’s descent in Central Asia.

Genghis Khan‘s Y chromosome allowed all his descendants to survive despite the civil wars waged by his family for a century or more.   

 The Y chromosome allowed all his descendants to escape” famine and disease”, including the “Black Death”. His Y chromosome allowed all his descendants to survive centuries of wars against the Ottomans, Russians, and Chinese governments, and other Central Asian groups against the Mongols. His descendants outnumbered him when he almost conquered the world.

G. Khan’s descendants are spread throughout Asia and Europe, and most of his descendants must have been people. But it means something, it’s like a drop of ink in the ocean, he does not change the color of the ocean.

Nilay Gingade, Actual College Student, Needless to say, Genghis gave birth to 50 children in his lifetime, which is not unreasonable for a Mongol warrior like him. If each of these 50 children had an average of 3 children, Khan would have had 150 grandchildren. If we do this 11 times again, we will reach 8 million offspring, multiplying it by 2 to sixteen million.

Khan may have had 16 million descendants. Genghis lived 62 years, which means he lived 32 million minutes. Unless Genghis Khan conceives a new woman every two minutes of his life, he is unlikely to have 16 million sons and daughters. Theoretically, it is possible for him to have many direct offspring, but such individuals may be genetically unhealthy due to reproduction.

Gilberto De La Vega says 60% of the world’s population is not a direct descendant of Genghis Khan which is absurd. Genetic studies related to this problem have found that 8 percent of men living in the region of the Mongol Empire have almost identical Y-chromosomes. This translates to 0.5 percent of the world’s male population or about 16 million descendants living today. This is not close to 60% of the number.

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