CountryIndia

State:

  

Jammu and Kashmir

District:

  

Anantnag



Number of People Groups

75

Unreached People Groups

74

Total Population

1,119,000

Buddhist

0.0 %

Christian

0.0 %

Hindu

1.3 %

Muslim

98.0 %

Sikh

0.6 %

Other Religions

0.0 %
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Photo People Group Population Primary Language Progress
Scale
Hindu Muslim Buddhist Christian Sikh Other
 Arain (Muslim traditions) 100 Urdu - 100 - - - -
 Arora (Hindu traditions) 70 Hindi 70 - - - - -
 Arora (Sikh traditions) 300 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 300 -
 Bakkarwal 20,000 Kashmiri 40 20,000 - - - -
 Balti 20 Balti - 20 - - - -
Bandukkhar 300 Kashmiri - 300 - - - -
 Bania 20 Hindi 20 - - - - -
Bazigar (Muslim traditions) 40 Urdu - 40 - - - -
 Bhand (Muslim traditions) 200 Urdu - 200 - - - -
 Bodh (Buddhist traditions) Unknown Ladakhi - - - - - -
Bomba 800 Kashmiri - 800 - - - -
 Brahmin 6,100 Hindi 6,100 - - - - -
Brahmin (Sikh traditions) 30 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 30 -
Brahmin, Gaur 400 Hindi 500 - - - - -
Brahmin, Kashmiri Pandit 3,900 Kashmiri 3,900 - - - - -
 Brahmin, Maha 80 Hindi 80 - - - - -
Budhan 200 Kashmiri - 200 - - - -
Chhimba (Sikh traditions) 40 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 40 -
 Christian unspecified 300 Hindi - - - 300 - -
 Darzi (Muslim traditions) 200 Urdu - 200 - - - -
Desil 300 Kashmiri - 300 - - - -
 Dhobi (Muslim traditions) 200 Urdu - 200 - - - -
 Dom (Hindu traditions) Unknown Oriya - - - - - -
 Gaddi 50 Urdu - 40 - - - -
Ganz 800 Kashmiri - 800 - - - -
Gujar (Sikh traditions) 70 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 70 -
 Gujjar 111,000 Gujari 100 110,000 - - 30 -
 Jat (Hindu traditions) 1,800 Hindi 1,800 - - - - -
 Jat (Muslim traditions) 5,000 Urdu - 5,000 - - - -
 Jat (Sikh traditions) 4,900 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 4,900 -
 Jogi (Hindu traditions) 40 Bengali 40 - - - - -
 Kamboh (Sikh traditions) 40 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 40 -
 Kashmiri (Muslim traditions) 910,000 Kashmiri - 910,000 - - - -
Khatik (Muslim traditions) 100 Urdu - 100 - - - -
 Khatri (Sikh traditions) 80 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 80 -
 Khoja 80 Gujarati - 80 - - - -
Kraal 40 Dogri 40 - - - - -
 Kumhiar (Muslim traditions) 600 Kashmiri - 600 - - - -
 Labana (Sikh traditions) 60 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 60 -
 Lohar (Hindu traditions) 80 Hindi 80 - - - - -
 Lohar (Muslim traditions) 500 Urdu - 500 - - - -
 Mahtam (Sikh traditions) 60 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 60 -
 Mallik (Muslim traditions) 40 Gujarati - 40 - - - -
 Mangrik 100 Ladakhi - - 100 - - -
 Mirasi (Muslim traditions) 100 Urdu - 100 - - - -
 Mochi (Muslim traditions) 100 Urdu - 100 - - - -
 Moghal 800 Urdu - 800 - - - -
Nai (Sikh traditions) 50 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 50 -
 Pashtun, Pathan 2,900 Urdu - 2,900 - - - -
Pohul 600 Kashmiri - 600 - - - -
 Rajput (Hindu traditions) 2,000 Hindi 2,000 - - - - -
 Rajput (Muslim traditions) 20,000 Urdu - 20,000 - - - -
 Rajput (Sikh traditions) 400 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 400 -
Rajput Ponwar (Muslim traditions) 200 Urdu - 200 - - - -
 Rajput, Awan 1,900 Kashmiri - 1,900 - - - -
 Rajput, Chauhan (Muslim traditions) 2,100 Urdu - 2,100 - - - -
 Rajput, Janjua (Muslim traditions) 300 Kashmiri - 300 - - - -
 Sansi (Hindu traditions) 60 Hindi 60 - - - - -
 Sayyid 800 Urdu - 800 - - - -
 Shaikh 13,000 Urdu - 13,000 - - - -
Shakhsaz 800 Kashmiri - 800 - - - -
Sipi Unknown Gaddi - - - - - -
Sofi 300 Kashmiri - 300 - - - -
 Sonar (Muslim traditions) 500 Urdu - 500 - - - -
Sonar (Sikh traditions) 40 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 40 -
 Tarakhehas 200 Kashmiri - 200 - - - -
 Tarkhan (Hindu traditions) 50 Hindi 50 - - - - -
 Tarkhan (Muslim traditions) 70 Punjabi, Eastern - 70 - - - -
 Tarkhan (Sikh traditions) 300 Punjabi, Eastern - - - - 300 -
 Teli (Muslim traditions) 1,900 Urdu - 1,900 - - - -
 Tibetan 30 Tibetan, Central - - 30 - - -
 Wattal (Muslim traditions) 200 Kashmiri - 200 - - - -
Waza 300 Kashmiri - 300 - - - -
Zargar (Hindu traditions) 30 Dogri 30 - - - - -
 Zargar (Muslim traditions) 200 Kashmiri - 200 - - - -
  Totals:  75 1,119,000   74 15,000 1,096,000 200 300 6,300 0
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