Where Did the First Gypsies Come from?

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The gypsies do not have a national territory or their own government. They originated in northern India 1,000 years ago. Nobody knows why they left India. Their language, called Romania, is undoubtedly related to Hindu and other Indian languages.
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The Gypsies are a close-knit communal people who have a shared background but are scattered throughout the world. Research shows that the gypsies originated in Northern India and spread throughout Europe and the Middle East. No one knows when or why the first gypsies left India.
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