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The Sinhalese are a major ethnic group living in Sri Lanka, the South Asian island nation that was called Ceylon until 1972. Their language, Sinhala, is part of the Indo-Aryan linguistic family. Sinhala means "lion people".

The Sinhalese originally came from northern India, as shown by genetic and linguistic connections. After they arrived in Sri Lanka, some of the Sinhalese apparently intermarried with the indigenous Vedda people, but even if so these lineages are minor. The data also shows that they intermarried with Tamils, certainly to a more substantial degree than with the Vedda. By and large, Sinhalese are related to Bengalis with some elements of Tamil-, Gujarati-, and Punjabi-connected ancestry. They don't seem to have any ancestry from southeast Asia.

Some admixture studies show a larger Sinhalese-Tamil ancestral connection than others.

The Sinhalese outnumber the Tamils within Sri Lanka. Thankfully, the long-standing civil war between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tigers has ended. This would be a good time for the majority and Tamils to reflect on their partially common roots so that a violent war will not occur again.

Common paternal (Y-DNA) haplogroups among Sinhalese men include R2a (found in about 38%) and R1a1a (found in about 13%). As R2 haplogroups are found in high frequencies among Sinhalese, Romanies, and West Bengalis, this supports the evidence that they are partly linked by ancestry thousands of years ago. About 10% of Sinhalese belong to the haplogroup (paragroup) F*. Also important among the Sinhalese is the haplogroup H but I don't know the percentage.

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Sarabjit S. Mastana. "Molecular Anthropology: Population and Forensic Genetic Applications." Anthropology Today: Trends, Scope and Applications, Anthropologist Special Volume No. 3 (2007) guest-edited by Veena Bhasin and M. K. Bhasin: Chapter 29 on pages 373-383. Page 380 contains a section with the headline "The Mystery of Sinhalese Origins: An Alu perspective" and below is an excerpt from it:

"[...] Many researchers have attempted to untangle the mystery of the Sinhalese origins as they seem to have genomic contributions from many areas of India [...] but results with conventional systems are contradictory and partial. New genetic markers may be able to provide a perspective on the origin of the Sinhalese. In order to address these, we analysed the above mentioned 30 Alu polymorphisms in a sample of 121 Sinhalese collected from Colombo, Sri Lanka (Papiha et al., 1996b; Papiha and Mastana, 1999). In addition, Alu frequency data from Bengali (89) and Tamil (101), North and Western Indian populations (from the above study) were used for evaluation of genetic variation, affinities and genetic admixture.[...] Overall pattern of genetic relationships points towards substantial Bengali contribution as shown in DA distance derived dendrogram (Fig. 6) and admixture analyses.[...] When three parental populations were used Bengali contribution remained strong (50-66%) followed by North Western (20-23%) and rest contributed by Tamil."

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Predominantly Bengali origin

An Alu polymorphism analysis of Sinhalese from Colombo by Dr Sarabjit Mastanain in 2007 using Tamil, Bengali, Gujarati (Patel), and Punjabi as parental populations found different proportions of genetic contribution:[5]

A genetic distance analysis by Dr Robet Kirk also concluded that the modern Sinhalese are most closely related to the Bengalis.[3]
This is further substantiated by a VNTR study, which found 82% of Sinhalese genes to originate from Bengali admixture:[4]

D1S80 allele frequency (A popular allele for genetic fingerprinting) is also similar between the Sinhalese and Bengalis, suggesting the two groups are closely related.[7] The Sinhalese also have similar frequencies of the allele MTHFR 677T (13%) to West Bengalis (17%).[8][9]
These findings are compatible with the historical chronicles the Mahavamsa and Dipavamsa. Which describe a Bengali prince (Prince Vijaya) of being an early settler of Sri Lanka and the progenitor of the Sinhalese.

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The Sinhalese are a major ethnic group living in Sri Lanka, the South Asian island nation that was called Ceylon until 1972. Their language, Sinhala, is part of the Indo-Aryan linguistic family. Sinhala means "lion people".

The Sinhalese originally came from northern India, as shown by genetic and linguistic connections. After they arrived in Sri Lanka, some of the Sinhalese apparently intermarried with the indigenous Vedda people, but even if so these lineages are minor. The data also shows that they intermarried with Tamils, certainly to a more substantial degree than with the Vedda. By and large, Sinhalese are related to Bengalis with some elements of Tamil-, Gujarati-, and Punjabi-connected ancestry. They don't seem to have any ancestry from southeast Asia.

Some admixture studies show a larger Sinhalese-Tamil ancestral connection than others.

The Sinhalese outnumber the Tamils within Sri Lanka. Thankfully, the long-standing civil war between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tigers has ended. This would be a good time for the majority and Tamils to reflect on their partially common roots so that a violent war will not occur again.

Common paternal (Y-DNA) haplogroups among Sinhalese men include R2a (found in about 38%) and R1a1a (found in about 13%). As R2 haplogroups are found in high frequencies among Sinhalese, Romanies, and West Bengalis, this supports the evidence that they are partly linked by ancestry thousands of years ago. About 10% of Sinhalese belong to the haplogroup (paragroup) F*. Also important among the Sinhalese is the haplogroup H but I don't know the percentage.

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Sarabjit S. Mastana. "Molecular Anthropology: Population and Forensic Genetic Applications." Anthropology Today: Trends, Scope and Applications, Anthropologist Special Volume No. 3 (2007) guest-edited by Veena Bhasin and M. K. Bhasin: Chapter 29 on pages 373-383. Page 380 contains a section with the headline "The Mystery of Sinhalese Origins: An Alu perspective" and below is an excerpt from it:

"[...] Many researchers have attempted to untangle the mystery of the Sinhalese origins as they seem to have genomic contributions from many areas of India [...] but results with conventional systems are contradictory and partial. New genetic markers may be able to provide a perspective on the origin of the Sinhalese. In order to address these, we analysed the above mentioned 30 Alu polymorphisms in a sample of 121 Sinhalese collected from Colombo, Sri Lanka (Papiha et al., 1996b; Papiha and Mastana, 1999). In addition, Alu frequency data from Bengali (89) and Tamil (101), North and Western Indian populations (from the above study) were used for evaluation of genetic variation, affinities and genetic admixture.[...] Overall pattern of genetic relationships points towards substantial Bengali contribution as shown in DA distance derived dendrogram (Fig. 6) and admixture analyses.[...] When three parental populations were used Bengali contribution remained strong (50-66%) followed by North Western (20-23%) and rest contributed by Tamil."

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Evidence for North Indian origin

A study in 2007 found similar frequencies of the allele HLA-A*02 in sinhalese (7.4%) and North Indian subjects (6.7%). HLA-A*02 is a rare allele which has a relatively high frequency in North Indian populations and is considered to be a novel allele among the North Indian population. This suggests possible North Indian origin of the Sinhalese.
Linguistically the Sinhalese are closer to North Indians than South Indians, as the Sinhala language is a member of the Indo-Aryan languages.

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Relationship to East Asians and Roma

The Sinhalese are likely to have received little or no genetic flow from neighboring East or Southeast Asian populations,[16] and have closer affinities to Western Eurasia. This is supported by study looking at protein and blood group loci that suggests the Sinhalese are closer to Iranians and Afghans than to Mongoloids[17] and comparisons of root and canal morphology of Sri Lankan mandibular molars.[18]
A 2003 Nature study found the Romani language to be most closely related to Sinhalese language.[19] In addition the Romani people and Sinhalese both have a high requency of Haplogroup H (Y-DNA).[20] The Sinhalese and Sinti Roma also have a high frequency of Haplogroup R2 (38% and 53% respectively), as do West Bengalis of which the Sinhalese are related to.[21][22] These haplogroups are thought to have arisen 25,000-30,000 YBP.[22][23] Therefore the Sinhalese and Roma may both be related to the same group of paleolithic inhabitants that lived in Central India 25,000 years ago.

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The Romanian Relation Ship

This the most advanced DNA researched carried out you can read it on the web.

Toomas Kivisild, Siiri Rootsi, Mait Metspalu, S. Mastana, K. Kaldma, J. Parik, Ene Metspalu, M. Adojaan, H.-V. Tolk, V. Stepanov, M. Gölge, E. Usanga, S. S. Papiha, C. Cinnioglu, R. King, Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Peter A. Underhill, and Richard Villems.
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"The genetic heritage of the earliest settlers persists both in Indian tribal and caste populations." American Journal of Human Genetics 72:2 (February 2003): pages 313-332. Part of this study shows a link genetic deep in time between the Sinhalese and the Romani people who migrated from India to Europe. According to this study, both the Romani and Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup H in high frequencies. This study furthermore notes that about 10 percent of Sinhalese men have the Y-DNA haplogroup F*. This is apparently also the study that shows that 13 percent of Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup R1a1a (R-M17).

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Where is that Dravidian b!tch Siva?

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Read this book online
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Edmonds, C. Chow, A. Lin, M. Mitra, et al.
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"Polarity and Temporality of High-Resolution Y-Chromosome Distributions in India Identify Both Indigenous and Exogenous Expansions and Reveal Minor Genetic Influence of Central Asian Pastoralists." The American Journal of Human Genetics 78:2 (2006): pages 202-221. Part of this study reportedly shows a link genetic deep in time between the Sinhalese and the Sinti Roma people who migrated from India to Europe.
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The Romanian Relation Ship
This the most advanced DNA researched carried out you can read it on the web.
Toomas Kivisild, Siiri Rootsi, Mait Metspalu, S. Mastana, K. Kaldma, J. Parik, Ene Metspalu, M. Adojaan, H.-V. Tolk, V. Stepanov, M. Gölge, E. Usanga, S. S. Papiha, C. Cinnioglu, R. King, Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Peter A. Underhill, and Richard Villems.
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"The genetic heritage of the earliest settlers persists both in Indian tribal and caste populations." American Journal of Human Genetics 72:2 (February 2003): pages 313-332. Part of this study shows a link genetic deep in time between the Sinhalese and the Romani people who migrated from India to Europe. According to this study, both the Romani and Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup H in high frequencies. This study furthermore notes that about 10 percent of Sinhalese men have the Y-DNA haplogroup F*. This is apparently also the study that shows that 13 percent of Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup R1a1a (R-M17).
Sinhalese are realted to the Dalits and tribals from east India and to the adivasis and Dlaits from Tamil Nadu. The stated gentic markers and DNA are equally prevalentamongst the Daltis and tribals .Proves nothing. OFr your information theBenglais ,Odiyas and Biharis are not Aryan but areeDravidian Dravido /Australoid. Dravida Mongol and Autraloid. People from this part of India are the least attractive most darkest and full of Australoid blood. Teh overwhelming majority of Benglais are very short very dark puny and ugly. A very apt and accurate description of the Sinhalese.
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ktcool wrote:
The Sinhalese are a major ethnic group living in Sri Lanka, the South Asian island nation that was called Ceylon until 1972. Their language, Sinhala, is part of the Indo-Aryan linguistic family. Sinhala means "lion people".
The Sinhalese originally came from northern India, as shown by genetic and linguistic connections. After they arrived in Sri Lanka, some of the Sinhalese apparently intermarried with the indigenous Vedda people, but even if so these lineages are minor. The data also shows that they intermarried with Tamils, certainly to a more substantial degree than with the Vedda. By and large, Sinhalese are related to Bengalis with some elements of Tamil-, Gujarati-, and Punjabi-connected ancestry. They don't seem to have any ancestry from southeast Asia.
Some admixture studies show a larger Sinhalese-Tamil ancestral connection than others.
The Sinhalese outnumber the Tamils within Sri Lanka. Thankfully, the long-standing civil war between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tigers has ended. This would be a good time for the majority and Tamils to reflect on their partially common roots so that a violent war will not occur again.
Common paternal (Y-DNA) haplogroups among Sinhalese men include R2a (found in about 38%) and R1a1a (found in about 13%). As R2 haplogroups are found in high frequencies among Sinhalese, Romanies, and West Bengalis, this supports the evidence that they are partly linked by ancestry thousands of years ago. About 10% of Sinhalese belong to the haplogroup (paragroup) F*. Also important among the Sinhalese is the haplogroup H but I don't know the percentage.
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I read this book you can download it from
Sarabjit S. Mastana. "Molecular Anthropology: Population and Forensic Genetic Applications." Anthropology Today: Trends, Scope and Applications, Anthropologist Special Volume No. 3 (2007) guest-edited by Veena Bhasin and M. K. Bhasin: Chapter 29 on pages 373-383. Page 380 contains a section with the headline "The Mystery of Sinhalese Origins: An Alu perspective" and below is an excerpt from it:
"[...] Many researchers have attempted to untangle the mystery of the Sinhalese origins as they seem to have genomic contributions from many areas of India [...] but results with conventional systems are contradictory and partial. New genetic markers may be able to provide a perspective on the origin of the Sinhalese. In order to address these, we analysed the above mentioned 30 Alu polymorphisms in a sample of 121 Sinhalese collected from Colombo, Sri Lanka (Papiha et al., 1996b; Papiha and Mastana, 1999). In addition, Alu frequency data from Bengali (89) and Tamil (101), North and Western Indian populations (from the above study) were used for evaluation of genetic variation, affinities and genetic admixture.[...] Overall pattern of genetic relationships points towards substantial Bengali contribution as shown in DA distance derived dendrogram (Fig. 6) and admixture analyses.[...] When three parental populations were used Bengali contribution remained strong (50-66%) followed by North Western (20-23%) and rest contributed by Tamil."
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ktcool wrote:
The Sinhalese are a major ethnic group living in Sri Lanka, the South Asian island nation that was called Ceylon until 1972. Their language, Sinhala, is part of the Indo-Aryan linguistic family. Sinhala means "lion people".
The Sinhalese originally came from northern India, as shown by genetic and linguistic connections. After they arrived in Sri Lanka, some of the Sinhalese apparently intermarried with the indigenous Vedda people, but even if so these lineages are minor. The data also shows that they intermarried with Tamils, certainly to a more substantial degree than with the Vedda. By and large, Sinhalese are related to Bengalis with some elements of Tamil-, Gujarati-, and Punjabi-connected ancestry. They don't seem to have any ancestry from southeast Asia.
Some admixture studies show a larger Sinhalese-Tamil ancestral connection than others.
The Sinhalese outnumber the Tamils within Sri Lanka. Thankfully, the long-standing civil war between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tigers has ended. This would be a good time for the majority and Tamils to reflect on their partially common roots so that a violent war will not occur again.
Common paternal (Y-DNA) haplogroups among Sinhalese men include R2a (found in about 38%) and R1a1a (found in about 13%). As R2 haplogroups are found in high frequencies among Sinhalese, Romanies, and West Bengalis, this supports the evidence that they are partly linked by ancestry thousands of years ago. About 10% of Sinhalese belong to the haplogroup (paragroup) F*. Also important among the Sinhalese is the haplogroup H but I don't know the percentage.
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I read this bool you can download it in PDF format.
Sarabjit S. Mastana. "Molecular Anthropology: Population and Forensic Genetic Applications." Anthropology Today: Trends, Scope and Applications, Anthropologist Special Volume No. 3 (2007) guest-edited by Veena Bhasin and M. K. Bhasin: Chapter 29 on pages 373-383. Page 380 contains a section with the headline "The Mystery of Sinhalese Origins: An Alu perspective" and below is an excerpt from it:
"[...] Many researchers have attempted to untangle the mystery of the Sinhalese origins as they seem to have genomic contributions from many areas of India [...] but results with conventional systems are contradictory and partial. New genetic markers may be able to provide a perspective on the origin of the Sinhalese. In order to address these, we analysed the above mentioned 30 Alu polymorphisms in a sample of 121 Sinhalese collected from Colombo, Sri Lanka (Papiha et al., 1996b; Papiha and Mastana, 1999). In addition, Alu frequency data from Bengali (89) and Tamil (101), North and Western Indian populations (from the above study) were used for evaluation of genetic variation, affinities and genetic admixture.[...] Overall pattern of genetic relationships points towards substantial Bengali contribution as shown in DA distance derived dendrogram (Fig. 6) and admixture analyses.[...] When three parental populations were used Bengali contribution remained strong (50-66%) followed by North Western (20-23%) and rest contributed by Tamil."
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<quoted text>Sinhalese are realted to the Dalits and tribals from east India and to the adivasis and Dlaits from Tamil Nadu. The stated gentic markers and DNA are equally prevalentamongst the Daltis and tribals .Proves nothing. OFr your information theBenglais ,Odiyas and Biharis are not Aryan but areeDravidian Dravido /Australoid. Dravida Mongol and Autraloid. People from this part of India are the least attractive most darkest and full of Australoid blood. Teh overwhelming majority of Benglais are very short very dark puny and ugly. A very apt and accurate description of the Sinhalese.
ktcool bumboy got ars raped by siva. lol

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<quoted text>Sinhalese are realted to the Dalits and tribals from east India and to the adivasis and Dlaits from Tamil Nadu. The stated gentic markers and DNA are equally prevalentamongst the Daltis and tribals .Proves nothing. OFr your information theBenglais ,Odiyas and Biharis are not Aryan but areeDravidian Dravido /Australoid. Dravida Mongol and Autraloid. People from this part of India are the least attractive most darkest and full of Australoid blood. Teh overwhelming majority of Benglais are very short very dark puny and ugly. A very apt and accurate description of the Sinhalese.
Lying Tamil cu! nt do you really know what are you sh!tting here?
b!tch are you a genetically engineer? Dravidian b!tch Sinhalese are genetically related to Sinti Romanians who are the real pure Aryans.
Read this b!tch.

"Polarity and Temporality of High-Resolution Y-Chromosome Distributions in India Identify Both Indigenous and Exogenous Expansions and Reveal Minor Genetic Influence of Central Asian Pastoralists." The American Journal of Human Genetics 78:2 (2006): pages 202-221. Part of this study reportedly shows a link genetic deep in time between the Sinhalese and the Sinti Roma people who migrated from India to Europe.

B!tch where is your evidance?

Here anther from the famous The American Journal of Human Genetics

"The genetic heritage of the earliest settlers persists both in Indian tribal and caste populations." American Journal of Human Genetics 72:2 (February 2003): pages 313-332. Part of this study shows a link genetic deep in time between the Sinhalese and the Romani people who migrated from India to Europe. According to this study, both the Romani and Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup H in high frequencies. This study furthermore notes that about 10 percent of Sinhalese men have the Y-DNA haplogroup F*. This is apparently also the study that shows that 13 percent of Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup R1a1a (R-M17).

Demalas are shorter than Sinhalese & Demalas skin pigment is coal black.
Sinhalese are not darker like Demalas, Sinhalese lived under the hevy tropical sun over 2000 years our Skins night have adopted to it. It is called evolution & nobody can deny it.

I can remember how Samith Patel a North Indian who born & raised in England turned in to Dark Brown man after playing 2 test matches he might have been under tropical son less than 20 hours.
I saw him near the side lines, he was darker than the SL players cause his Skin has burnt due to the tropical son. It happened to him cause his skin is very sensitive & not adapted to extremes tropical son.
You Dravidian lying b!tch whe onur Aryan ancestors buliding a great civiliatoin, you Dravidian b!tches were cannibals who eat their Dead.

B!tch Sinahlese is a Indo-Aryan language not a primitive Dravidian ugly language.

Read this b!tch

A 2003 Nature study found the Romani language to be most closely related to Sinhalese language. In addition the Romani people and Sinhalese both have a high requency of Haplogroup H (Y-DNA).[20] The Sinhalese and Sinti Roma also have a high frequency of Haplogroup R2 (38% and 53% respectively),

Sinti Romas are know as the pure Aryans.

We Sinhalese Aryans built great civilization while you primitive Tamil Dravidian made Sivaligam out of every rock you could lay hand on to have anal sex.
Aryan Sinhalese cultivation culture 1000 times greater than the primitive Dravidian culture where you kill you parents & marry animals.

One of my relative married a German they have a cute 6 years old boy with golden blond hair & German blue eyes.
If a Demala marries a European it will be abomination of Aryan & Dravidian blood.
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Lying Tamil cu! nt do you really know what are you sh!tting here?
b!tch are you a genetically engineer? Dravidian b!tch Sinhalese are genetically related to Sinti Romanians who are the real pure Aryans.
Read this b!tch.
"Polarity and Temporality of High-Resolution Y-Chromosome Distributions in India Identify Both Indigenous and Exogenous Expansions and Reveal Minor Genetic Influence of Central Asian Pastoralists." The American Journal of Human Genetics 78:2 (2006): pages 202-221. Part of this study reportedly shows a link genetic deep in time between the Sinhalese and the Sinti Roma people who migrated from India to Europe.
B!tch where is your evidance?
Here anther from the famous The American Journal of Human Genetics
"The genetic heritage of the earliest settlers persists both in Indian tribal and caste populations." American Journal of Human Genetics 72:2 (February 2003): pages 313-332. Part of this study shows a link genetic deep in time between the Sinhalese and the Romani people who migrated from India to Europe. According to this study, both the Romani and Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup H in high frequencies. This study furthermore notes that about 10 percent of Sinhalese men have the Y-DNA haplogroup F*. This is apparently also the study that shows that 13 percent of Sinhalese men carry the Y-DNA haplogroup R1a1a (R-M17).
Demalas are shorter than Sinhalese & Demalas skin pigment is coal black.
Sinhalese are not darker like Demalas, Sinhalese lived under the hevy tropical sun over 2000 years our Skins night have adopted to it. It is called evolution & nobody can deny it.
I can remember how Samith Patel a North Indian who born & raised in England turned in to Dark Brown man after playing 2 test matches he might have been under tropical son less than 20 hours.
I saw him near the side lines, he was darker than the SL players cause his Skin has burnt due to the tropical son. It happened to him cause his skin is very sensitive & not adapted to extremes tropical son.
You Dravidian lying b!tch whe onur Aryan ancestors buliding a great civiliatoin, you Dravidian b!tches were cannibals who eat their Dead.
B!tch Sinahlese is a Indo-Aryan language not a primitive Dravidian ugly language.
Read this b!tch
A 2003 Nature study found the Romani language to be most closely related to Sinhalese language. In addition the Romani people and Sinhalese both have a high requency of Haplogroup H (Y-DNA).[20] The Sinhalese and Sinti Roma also have a high frequency of Haplogroup R2 (38% and 53% respectively),
Sinti Romas are know as the pure Aryans.
We Sinhalese Aryans built great civilization while you primitive Tamil Dravidian made Sivaligam out of every rock you could lay hand on to have anal sex.
Aryan Sinhalese cultivation culture 1000 times greater than the primitive Dravidian culture where you kill you parents & marry animals.
One of my relative married a German they have a cute 6 years old boy with golden blond hair & German blue eyes.
If a Demala marries a European it will be abomination of Aryan & Dravidian blood.
copy paste muneeswram paraya, puka kapaagena mariyang balla. Dont commit English genocide.

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<quoted text>copy paste muneeswram paraya, puka kapaagena mariyang balla. Dont commit English genocide.
Ponnaya son UBSL don't steal my lines not "puka kapaagena", "puka hapagena mariaya Demala b!tch", which means "eat your asss & die you Tamil b!tch".
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Ponnaya son UBSL don't steal my lines not "puka kapaagena", "puka hapagena mariaya Demala b!tch", which means "eat your asss & die you Tamil b!tch".
Sinhala para balla, who cares what you shit in your shitty sinhala?

Kalu sakilli katha balla, umbage kathavalin apita therenawa umba koi tharam narakka minihek kiyala. Honda demaluge goo kaapang para balla.

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<quoted text>Sinhala para balla, who cares what you shit in your shitty sinhala?
Kalu sakilli katha balla, umbage kathavalin apita therenawa umba koi tharam narakka minihek kiyala. Honda demaluge goo kaapang para balla.
Demala b!tch firts learn Sinahala & Emglish before you sh!t Singlish.
Ask your ponce father to rend some money to learn Sinahal & English.
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Demala b!tch firts learn Sinahala & Emglish before you sh!t Singlish.
Ask your ponce father to rend some money to learn Sinahal & English.
"Boooothal..patthrei...sh oe repair"

Ada hunu collection homoda sinhala uneducated sewer rat?
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Demala b!tch firts learn Sinahala & Emglish before you sh!t Singlish.
Ask your ponce father to rend some money to learn Sinahal & English.
what is "rend"? Umbage balli wifege nama? pow

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<quoted text>what is "rend"? Umbage balli wifege nama? pow
rend-to split or tear apart or in pieces by violence.
Your ponce father is miserly old kuna givig to money to his bast!ard son you Ponnaya son UBSL is tearing a tissue out of his wrinkly Demala black roasted nuts.
Learn English b!tch.
You father lives in Slave Island ask your mum she will show you 100 demalas & say the ugliest demala is your father.

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