|Type||Working Paper - Economic and Political Weekly|
|Title||Beyond Hindu-Muslim Growth Rates: Understanding Socio-Economic Reality|
It is important to go beyond the population growth rate figures of Hindus and Muslims and give a thought to other demographic, economic and social variables. From a study of the census data from 49 districts around the country with a substantial Muslim population, it appears that more than religion, it is the geographical location and economic conditions prevailing there that influence the condition of the people.
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