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Dear Help can you pls explain and help in getting these converted into proper coordinates. I do not know what format are these in:

1 Village luqman korejo 2859464 438068 2 Village saddhan 2857677 441665 3 Village suleman farash 2861262 440094 4 Maroof bhanbhro 2860432 442552

these sites are located within Pakistan in Province of SINDH

regards Shazli

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edited 19 Mar '15, 20:02

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please don't ask a new question in an answer. What do you mean by "proper coordinates"? Maybe you want to guess the projection system of your coordinates.

(19 Mar '15, 14:23) NicolasDumoulin

have you tried converting from UTM 41N? (to whatever "proper coordinates" are)

(19 Mar '15, 20:56) SimonPoole ♦

You should go back to your data source and ask them what projection they use. If they're not avaialable, ask at a place where there are a lot of Pakistani GIS specialists. Then learn about convertion of coordinates. There are several ways to do this. If you need them for a web application, I suppose you want them converted to WGS 84.

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answered 20 Mar '15, 21:30

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These appear to be based on the INDIA Grid Zone 1A. If this is so these points all drop in a few km se of Kandh Kot. I entered them into Garmin's BaseMap program and then exported them to Google Earth to view them. Hope this helps.

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