How to Obtain Bhulekh Documents Online in Various States

In Hindi-speaking states such as Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, and others, land information is referred to as Bhulekh.

The Bhulekh file isn’t necessarily a criminal file that may be used to prove possession, but it can be if it’s well testified by superior authority. Residents can use the Bhulekh service, which is supplied by national governments, to access all of their land file information, including land maps, registered calls, and so on. As a result, it can be accessed from anywhere at any time, making it user-friendly and transparent. People do not want to visit many offices to obtain data on their registered land information and instead prefer to download them at their leisure.

Here’s how to get the Bhulekh paperwork in different states step by step:

  • Maharashtra

Landowners in Maharashtra can also use the MahaBhulekh portal to search up and examine land information and get a duplicate of the same online for a little cost. Follow the steps in this step-by-step guide to download Bhulekh:

Step 1: Go to https://bhulekh.mahabhumi.gov.in/ to access the Mahabhulekh site.

Step 2: Select the type of file you want to download-digitally signed 7/12 or virtual be aware board-and follow the on-screen instructions.

Step 3: Using the survey range, locate your property and have your file displayed on the screen.

You may also test Jamabandi, Khasra, and Khatauni information on the Indraprastha Bhulekh portal, which is also known as the Indraprastha Bhulekh portal. Here’s a step-by-step guide on putting Bhulekh to the test in Delhi:

Step 1: Go to the official Bhulekh Delhi website.

Step 2: After you’ve chosen a district, click ‘View Details.’

Step 3: Fill in the district, subdivision, village, and khata type information. The following ways can be used to locate the document: khata number, khasra number, and name.

Step 4: To get the land document details, click on ‘View Khata Details.’

  • Andhra Pradesh

In June 2015, the authorities launched the Meebhoomi portal, a virtual bank of land records, to provide plot information on the internet and make it available to the public. Here’s how you may get ‘Bhulekh’ from the Meebhoomi portal:

Step 1: Go to Meebhoomi Portal (http://meebhoomi.ap.gov.in/) and look for ‘Adangal’ in the main menu.

Step 2: Provide information on the district, the village, and other information as requested.

Step 3: You might be able to produce the requested file and display it on your screen.

  • Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh has completed the digitalization of land statistics, which is now available for viewing and downloading on the internet. To download the Bhulekh, follow these steps:

Step 1: Go to the Uttar Pradesh Bhulekh website and click on ‘Janpad’ in the left menu.

Step 2: Select a tehsil from the option that appears after the village called.

Step 3: Search for land information by providing any of the following information: Khasra number, khata number, owner’s phone number, or Jamabandi records.

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