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Postby liz chater » Fri Dec 18, 2009 4:55 am

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Armenians or Chater in India?
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Re: Armenians in India and the Far East

Postby portman7 » Wed Feb 17, 2010 11:06 pm

armenianancestry.com and cyndislist.com/eateuro.htm are also very useful in this regard to make armenian family tree by genealogy family tree template to save and celebrate history. . .
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Postby liz chater » Sun Mar 07, 2010 2:42 am

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Armenians or Chater in India?
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Re: Armenians in India and the Far East

Postby alp12ha » Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:42 am

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Re: Armenians in India and the Far East

Postby rizzy2011 » Mon May 16, 2011 8:53 am

Hey! You didn't wrote a single word according to your post's subject. Let me remind you that the subject was "Armenians in India and the Far East. You should not use a Subject to attract people which doesn't have any affiliation with its content.
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Re: Armenians in India and the Far East

Postby johndanywood » Mon May 23, 2011 6:47 am

portman7 wrote:armenianancestry.com and cyndislist.com/eateuro.htm are also very useful in this regard to make armenian family tree by genealogy family tree template to save and celebrate history. . .

Thanks to share this superb link about the Armenian with us.
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Re: Armenians in India and the Far East

Postby Carpet » Sun Feb 12, 2012 2:18 pm

Armenians tended to anglicize their names so they blended in easily with the British colonial way of life. An example will be Catchick, Paul Chater's father. Originally known as Astwachatoor Pogos Astwachatoor, he worked for the Government of Bengal and was known as Chater Paul Chater. As far as I am able to tell, the Armenians in India have always strived hard to integrate into their surroundings. I know that the current Armenian students at the Armenian College in Kolkata learn the local dialects of Bengali as well as English and ArmenianOntario G1 Practice Test |G1 Practice Test| Free G1 Practice Test|
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Re: Armenians in India and the Far East

Postby Samourian » Sat Jul 09, 2016 1:14 pm

I would imagine that many of the Armenians Of India are now mostly of Indian DNA, and the Indians in India now have Armenian Armenian DNA. There are probably much fewer Armenians now in India. but you might find a lot of Hindu's of Armenian Decent that have Armenian names like Shuant and Deran. I don't know if these names were originally Indian or Armenian, but they have now become very popular Indian names. Eventually there will be no more Armenians in India ,that I am predicting but you will still find a whole ton of Armenian landmarks and abandoned churches do to assimilation.
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