Just noticed this dataset. It would be great if one of us reviews it for
the list. We can publish on DM blog for larger community


    To provide data that can be used in independent spatial statistical
analyses, construction of development-related indices, or in combination
with remote sensing data in order to identify spatio-temporal patterns
and/or changes in different demographic categories, such as male, female,
urban, rural, level of education, etc.

    The India Village-Level Geospatial Socio-Economic Data Set: 1991, 2001
is a compilation of the finest level of administrative boundaries in India
(village/town-level) and over 200 socio-economic variables collected during
the Indian Census in 1991 and 2001. This data set was developed by
digitizing village/town level boundaries from the official analog maps
published by the Survey of India for 2001. This data set also utilized
tabular data for 1991 and 2001 from the Primary Census Abstract (PCA) and
Village Directory (VD) data series of the Indian census. The data are in
UTM 44N projection and are distributed primarily as shapefiles. Separate
files are provided for each of the 28 states (number of states during 1991
and 2001 census) and combined Union Territories for 1991 and 2001.


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