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Pakistan is an agrarian country with a large portion of its revenue depending upon a two hundred year old conventional agricultural land record system. This system is not able to meet the changing demands of modern time, when large parcels of agricultural land have already been continuously divided into smaller fields as a result of inheritance from forefathers to successors. There arises a need to convert the scattered, difficult to access and unsafe data into reliable digital information using emerging technologies of Remote Sensing, Imagery Analysis, and GIS. The study aims to digitize existing land records manually sketched paper and cloth maps and inventory of their pertinent alphanumeric attributes. This digital geospatial information has been exploited to develop a Land Information System to help in better and reliable archiving and management of land revenue records to aid in decision making, strategy planning and predictive modeling.