Bhamashah scheme, conceptualised by the government of Rajasthan in 2008, is the first household level identity system in India. Bhamashah scheme ensures creation of a centralised and comprehensive dataset (with demographic and socio-economic data) for residents of Rajasthan following the principle of “one family, one identity”. The objective of the Bhamashah scheme is financial inclusion, women’s empowerment and effective government service delivery. MicroSave and the Centre for Global Development jointly conducted an assessment of household’s perception of Bhamashah scheme and its impact on digital governance reforms in Rajasthan using a mixed method research method, including qualitative and quantitative tools. The study was conducted with a total of 633 households across seven divisions of Rajasthan (Ajmer, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, and Udaipur).