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This paper examines the relative performance of 28 major Indian states over the two decades (1990-2010) on economic growth and human development indicators by empirically confirming the two-way nexus between economic growth (EG) and human development (HD) and identifying other important links in the relationship from cross-sectional growth regressions. The paper finds a strong and consistent convergence in indicators of human development across states even as incomes have diverged over the twodoi:10.15208/beh.2016.10 fatcat:cj7oqx62uvbdhdoisdphe2oupy