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Miss Ganatra said: 'I'd love to get a DNA test one day to discover more about my ancestry because I don't know anything about it.'I have no idea why I look the way that I do but a test into my genes could explain a lot.' But the proud Indian was actually born to 'typically Indian' parents who thought her freckles were a birth defect - and have no idea where her unusual looks come from (pictured with her father Rajesh, 51, and mother Hemaxi, 46)Miss Ganatra, who runs her own clothes manufacturing business, said: 'When I was born, my family had never seen anyone who looked like me before because they all have brown skin, black hair and brown eyes, like most Indians.'When my freckles started appearing everywhere when I was three, because none of my relatives had ever gotten freckles before they didn't know what they were.'I was rushed to the doctors because everyone thought it was a birth defect or skin disease. It was a real mental challenge.'Even in my first year of university, I was pulled aside and told not to wear sleeveless shirts because they were "too eye catching" with my white skin.
I was always the odd-one-out at school, and was routinely bullied.'People would always come up and ask "what are those spots on your face? Miss Ganatra added: 'Indians love to pose for photos with different-looking people from overseas, so I often get people coming up to me asking for pictures.'It's happened more than 100 times in my life - I have to tell them, "relax, I'm Indian too".'When I get into taxis cab drivers start speaking to me in English and are shocked when I answer them in Hindi.
Scientists often refer to this as being an 'evolutionary throwback' because ancestral genes can reappear in the case of individuals born today.
In Miss Ganatra's instance, it could be that her ancestors are from the UK, or another area that is predominantly Caucasian.
India was colonised by different countries and ruled by the British for over 100 years.
However, the atavism process usually refers to distant ancestors.
A young woman born to Indian parents with red hair, white skin and freckles has spent her life being shunned and bullied because people think she's diseased.
Pooja Ganatra, 24, who was born in Mumbai, has flaming ginger hair, deep emerald eyes and white skin - like that of a stereotypical Gaelic woman.The victims were bound with duct tape and rope and had socks shoved into their mouths before being rolled up into dust sheets and thrown into a vehicle by two men in balaclavas.They were driven five miles to a house under renovation before Miss Dookhran was raped and murdered – but the second woman fled.During Ramadan she wrote: 'Please tell me why I'm casually sitting in Costa during my lunch break whilst fasting.'Bearded Arshid wore a grey prison-issue tracksuit, while his co-defendant wore a black suit and white shirt, with short black hair and a beard. A young man and a woman sat in the packed public gallery during the hearing at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court.A middle aged man and a woman, wearing a head scarf, sat in the well of the court, who Tappu nodded at.Mujahid Arshid, 33, appeared before magistrates in Wimbledon yesterday charged with the murder, rape, and kidnap of Miss Dookhran and the attempted murder, rape and kidnap of the second woman.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating