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[[2001]] గణాంకాలను అనుసరించి జనసంఖ్య 137,225. వీరిలో 2.8% (3,796) క్రైస్తవులు ఉండగా మిగిలిన వారు హిందువులే. <ref name="census 2001">{{cite web|title=http://www.censusindia.gov.in/Census_Data_2001/States_at_glance/State_Links/26_dnh.pdf|work=Census 2001|publisher=Government of India|accessdate=19 November 2012}}</ref> 2091 లో కొంకణలో క్రైస్తవులు అధికంగా ఉంది.6.7% జైనులు ఉన్నారు. రాజధాని సిల్వస్సాలో దిగంబర జైనులు ఆలయం నిర్మించారు.
జిల్లాలోని ప్రధాన నగరాలైన దాద్రా మరియు సిల్వస్సాలలో శ్వేతాంబర జైనులు ఆఅయాలను నిర్మించారు. సిల్వస్సాలో స్వామినారాయణ ప్రభావం అధికంగా ఉంది. వారి ఆలయం నిర్మాణదశలో ఉంది. అది ఈ ప్రాంతంలో అత్యంత ఖరీదైనది మరియు అత్యంత విశాలమైనది ఉండగదని భావిస్తున్నారు.
==Languageభాష==
[[Varli language|Warli]] is the language spoken by the Warli people. [[Agri]] is spoken by Agri community both are dilects of
[[Marathi–Konkani languages|Marathi-Konkani]]
The main tribes are [[Warli]]s, [[Dhodia]] [[Konkani people|Kokna]], etc.<ref name=kre>http://www.krepublishers.com/02-Journals/T-Anth/Anth-11-0-000-09-Web/Anth-11-1-001-09-Abst-PDF/Anth-11-1-065-09-521-Meitei-S-Y/Anth-11-1-065-09-521-Meitei-S-Y-Tt.pdf</ref>
 
===Castesకులాలు===
The prominent castes occupying this territory are [[Rajput]]s, [[Ahir]]s, [[Chamar]], [[Mahar]], and associated castes with this local variety of the [[Indian caste system]].<ref name=kre/>
 
===Varli/Warliవరలి ===
[[File:Painted prayers, Warli paintings, at Sanskriti Kendra, Anandagram, New Delhi.jpg|thumb|right|Warli Painting at Saskriti Kendra, New Delhi]]
Although commonly associated with Maharashtra, and found in Gujarat too, Varlis (Warlis) consider Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli to be their original home. A tribe of non-Aryan origin, they are the largest tribal group in the territory and constitute 62.94% of the total tribal population.
Traditionally the Varlis wear a loin cloth with a small waist coat and a turban. The women wear a knee-length, one-yard saree – lugde – and adorn themselves with silver and white metal ornaments.<ref name=tribe>{{cite book|title=Tribes of Silvassa|publisher=Department of Tourism, UT of D&NH|location=Silvassa|pages=1–7|url=http://www.silvassa-tourism.com/pdf/tribes_of_dnh.pdf}}</ref>
 
===Dhodiaడోడియా===
The term Dhodia seems to be derived from Dhundi, which means a small thatched hut, and the Dhodias are primarily hut dwellers. They reside mostly in the northern part of Dadra & Nagar Haveli. They are known to be the most educated among all the tribes and are good cultivators. Some own enough farm land to be able to earn a decent livelihood.
 
Traditionally the men wear a white knee length dhoti with a shirt or waist coat, white or coloured caps and ornaments like earrings and silver chains around their waist. The women wear a knee length dark blue saree with an aanchal worn from the front and left loose at the back. Popular accessories include colourful bead necklaces, and metal ornaments such as bangles or thick kadas around their ankles<ref name=tribe />
 
===Kokanకొకన్===
The Koknas derive their name from the Konkan region in West India. They have land of their own, produce paddy and are better cultivators than the Varlis. With the introduction of formal education many of them have moved up the social ladder.
 
Koknas well built and both men and women often tattoo their bodies, especially their foreheads. The men wear a dhoti up to the knees, with a waist coat or shirt and a turban. The women wear traditional colourful sarees that are either knee length or full length.<ref name=tribe />
 
===Kathodiaఖదోడియా===
The Kathodis, called Katkari in the Thane district of Maharashtra, make up 0.08% of the total tribal population of Dadra & Nagar Haveli. Their name is derived from their profession of kattha or catechew making.
 
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