The Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli is divided into two parts and is located near India’s western coast. Dadra is surrounded by Gujarat, while Dadra and Nagar Haveli is located on the Maharashtra-Gujarat border. The topography is hilly, especially in the north-east and east, where it is surrounded by Sahyadri Mountain ranges (Western Hills). This area is traversed by the Daman Ganga and its three tributaries. Dhodia, Kokna, and Varli are the most significant tribes, with tiny groups of Koli, Kathodi, Naika, and Dubla spread throughout the country. It was declared a Union Territory on August 11, 1961, when it became a part of India. Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi, Konkani, Bhilodi, and Bhili are the languages spoken here due to its proximity to Gujarat and Maharashtra.


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