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REVENUE TERMINOLOGY FOR A COMMON MAN SOME COMMON FARSI / URDU WORDS USED IN REVENUE RECORDS IN VARIOUS STATES : COMPLETE E-BOOK

REVENUE TERMINOLOGY FOR A COMMON MAN

SOME COMMON FARSI / URDU WORDS USED IN REVENUE RECORDS IN VARIOUS STATES

IMPORTANT FOR OUR DAY-TO-DAY PROFESSIONAL USE

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Khewat Number

The Khewat number normally referred as ’KHATA NUMBER’ by revenue officials is the account number given to owner(s) which form a set of co-sharers who own the land in same or different proportions.

It therefore, can be understood as the account number given to various owners in the Khewat. The Khewat number in the Jamabandi runs sequentially starting from 1 to N.

The Khewat Number may get changed in the next Jamabandi due to rearrangements i.e. same owners who were owners in some Khewat earlier may get another Khewat number in next Jamabandi.

To clarify the things further, let us assume that there are 10 Khewats in a village and owners A, B & C were earlier in ownership of the Khewat 5 and did some transactions to a person say X who may be an owner in this village already or may appear in the Shajra…………



Khasra Number

The Khasra number is nothing but a plot number given to a specific piece of land in the village. Same way as one or more Khatonies form a Khewat, similarly one or more Khasra form a khatoni. The Khasra numbers in a khatoni may or may not be mentioned sequentially and once a khasra number has appeared in a khatoni, it can not figure in another Khatoni except in the case if the Khasra is ’Min’. But if it is min then it can not repeat in the same Khatoni.

The Khasra numbers in a village are created once settlement of village starts. The settlement officials take village as a whole and on its map start from North East and give number to each and every plot in each direction and ………




COMMON TERMINOLOGY

DESCRIPTION OF TERM

Abadi Deh Site of village where predominantly people live.

Badastur Unaltered / Same As

Banjar Uncultivated land

Banjar Jadid New fellow (land not cultivated for continuous four harvests though it was cultivated earlier.

Banjar Kadim Old fallow (If continued to be uncultivated for next four harvests)

Barani Dependent on rainfall

Bigha A measure of area (It is different in different areas based upon local Karam unit)

Biswa One twentieth of a bigha

Biswansi One twentieth of a biswa

Chahi Irrigated from well

Chahi Nahri Irrigated partly from a well and partly from canal.

Chkota Lump sum grain rent or rent consisting of a foxed amount of grain in the Rabi and Kharif.

Gair-Mumkin A type of land on which existing arrangement are difficult to move.

Girdawar Kanungo or Supervisor of Patwaris

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