The terms like Khata, Kharsa, and Khatuni are heard mostly when we deal with land matters. This is because land records in the country were first organised by the Mughals to levy taxes and earn revenue. Given this fact, the terms have Persian and Arabic origins. Here, we look at what does Khata, Kharsa and Khatuni numbers stand for and signify. Read on to know more.What is Khata Number?
Khata number also known as Khewat number signifies an account number which is allotted to a family. It denotes the entire landholding of all the members. Using the number, you can get the details of owners and their total landholding.What is Kharsa Number?
Kharsa number popularly known as Jamabandi or Fard is a plot or survey number given to a particular piece of land particularly in villages. It is a Persian term which was part of another document called Sharja. The number helps you get entire ownership history and pattern about the land as well as every detail pertaining to all the fields and their areas, details of owners and cultivators, type of soil and crops, measurements etc.What is Khatuni Number?
Khatuni number is provided to a set of cultivators who cultivate certain portions of land that fall under various Kharsa number.
Using the Khata, Khasra, and Khatuni numbers you can know the information listed below:
You can find the numbers by visiting the tehsilder’s office or by visiting the official website of the revenue department of the concerned state.
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