Dear Annoop, I got this information from a web …
Comment posted Lifestyle of Kerala Syrian Christians by George Mathew.
I got this information from a web site rather seriously done. Ofcourse, I can not vouch for it’s correctness. The theory is popularized by a gora researcher and a lover of Indian history/traditions/Hinduism.
It connects the word Yadav with Juda and puts forward many dozen other similarities between the Hebrews and the Yadavs. Please hunt for this site in the web. You may try “Yadav and Hebrews’ or Yadav caste and Jews’ etc..
I last read this article about a year ago and hope it is still there.
Also I made an earlier error. The connection between Hebrews and Parsis was not quiet right. The connection is between Zoroaster and the Hebrews. Dr. Grant in this book ‘The Ten Lost….’ writes about the connection. My source is from that book. As you know that Zoraster was the most important person in Zorastrianism but the religon precedes him.
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