Billy Blaze your comments saying "your country" reveal that you are not an Indian so keep your advice to yourself. This question is posted in Yahoo India for Indians and we don't need your unsolicited advice. Mind your own country. The conversion agenda in India is a ruse to alienate native people from their own culture and history. The Christians and Muslims will be considered natives when they themselves believe that they are natives. What we currently see is India's muslims making up false geneologies to show some Arab ancestry in their genes pointing to the fact that they consider their fellow Indians as inferior. Similarly in Goa Christians manufacture some Portugese ancestry to 70-556 alienate themselves from India. It's not Indians who are alienating them but they are alienating themselves from Indians. 70-557 And conversion to religions of foreign origin is never unrelated from politics as people who convert lose their bond with the history of the nation. Their heroes are some mythical heroes of foreign origin who have nothing to do with them or Indian history.70-558 Infact in some cases their heroes are the villains of Indian history as evident from the fact that Indian muslims admire Aurangzeb who tortured and executed hundreds of thousands of Indians and in Goa Christians revere a so called saint who was responsible for the inquisition on their own forefathers to convert them to Christianity. 70-559 So don't give us the nonsense about maintaining secular character when indian pseudo-secularism is nothing but an excuse to rape and plunder India by dividing us further and an excuse for the conversion of more people.
Form for recording genealogical information on several generations of a person’s ancestors; also known as an ancestor chart
a chart that diagrams you, your parents, your grandparents, ad infinitum
a diagram showing your family lines at a glance and a sample is reproduced in this book
a diagram which shows a person's lineage or ancestry
a form that shows a person's direct ancestors
a form that shows the various lines of ancestors for a person
a listing of ancestors from the
A standard form for entering genealogical information, including the names, dates of birth, dates of marriage, and dates of death of ancestors.
a chart listing an individual's direct ancestors (parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, and so forth). Does not include siblings or other family members.
a chart showing a person's line of direct ancestors.
a chart showing a person's ancestry.
a chart which includes the direct ancestors (parents, grand-parents, etc.) of an individual. Does not include brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles or other relatives.
Is a road map showing your direct ancestral lineage.
graphic document that begins with one person and moves backward in time, showing the parents of each person in the tree
a widely used genealogical form, showing the direct line ancestors of a particular individual. Most such forms provide spaces to list at least an individual, his or her parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents, but specialized or computer-generated pedigree charts may show many more generations.
A pedigree chart is a chart which tells you all of the known phenotypes for an organism and its ancestors, most commonly humans, show dogs, and race horses. The word pedigree is a corruption of the French "pied de gru" or crane's foot, because the typical lines and split lines (each split leading to different offspring of the one parent line) resemble the thin leg and foot of a crane.