Guha classifications 1-1
First. Dolichocephalic. Frizzly hair. Short stature. Dark skin. Long head. Lips everted and thick.
Kadars and Irulas.
Second oldest. Dolichocephalic. Brown skin. Broad flat nose with depression at root. Short stature. Wavy curly hair.
Chenchus and Santhal
Came from North East
prominent cheekbones. Flat face. Epicanthic fold. Scanty facial hair.
Dolichocephalic type. Brown skin. Epicanthic fold not always present or prominent. Assamese
Brachycephaly type. Dark skin. Prominent epicanthic fold. Wavy hair. Lepchas and chakmas
Brachycephaly. Medium nose. long and flat face. Tall stature. Prominent epicanthic fold. Bhutan and Sikkim
Paleo Mediterranean. Small broad nose. Dark skin. Medium height. Scanty facial hair. Tamil brahmins and nairs. Rajnikanth.
Mediterranean. Long face. Narrow nose. Tall height. Brown skin. Plenty facial hair. Brahmins of Cochin and Allahabad. Maddy
Oriental type. Long and convex nose. Baniya of Rajputana and chettris of Punjab.
Alpinoid. Round face. Medium height. Light skin. Bania of Gujarat. Mrunal.
Dinaric. Long convex nose. Tall stature. Brown skin. Coorgs Amitabh Bachchan.
Armenoid. Narrow nose white skin short stature. Parsi of Bombay.
Entered from Central Asia. Straight nose bridged. Long face. Light skin. Tall height.
Showed all races foreign. Kieth
Sarkar opposes brachycephaly classification of many people
argued that nasal index is inversely proportional to cast their for broad nose means lower caste which is not supported by data. BN Datta found this untrue.