Database of the States Governance in India

The parliamentary federal system is the cornerstone of India's political framework. Despite a centralization of power in the federal structure, states have relative autonomy in legislative jurisdiction in various fields, exerting a direct and practical influence on socio-economic development. Moreover, India's states exhibit immense cultural diversity, including language, customs, thought patterns, and ethnic characteristics, leading to differences in developmental approaches and choices. This diversity is reflected in distinct characteristics of social governance. This database approaches from the perspective of Indian states (Middle-level), focusing on the collection and organization of data in three major areas: people, institutions, and issues. It aims to provide a deeper analytical level and perspective to understand the political and economic development patterns and trends in India. The database assimilates both publicly accessible information and firsthand local data, weaving them together to sketch a comprehensive portrait of state governance in India.