All About Up Bhulekh: Digitization Of Land Records

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The Govt. of UP has eased the experience for their citizens to get the land records. Get all the necessary information here:

UP Bhulekh is a digital service started by the Government of Uttar Pradesh, for its citizens to keep records of their lands or properties online. Technology has helped mankind in sustaining the records digitally, replacing the traditional system of storing them. Digitization has reduced the complexities faced by the people while accessing any land related information. This is an effort by the government to keep in check the entire system of maintaining land records, and promoting the idea of transparency.

All About Up Bhulekh: Digitization Of Land Records

The word Bhulekh when split, ‘Bhu’ means the land and ‘lekh’ means keeping the record. Therefore, the word means maintaining the account or details of the land. The UPBhulekh has been launched by the Revenue Board (Govt. of UP) to promote the National Land Records modernization programme of the Indian government. This portal’s beneficiaries are the citizens of Uttar Pradesh. Now they don’t have to go to the government offices and wait endlessly to get their details. They can access all the services by visiting http://upbhulekh.gov.in

What Is Khatauni?

Khatauni used to be referred to as an account book, maintained by the patwari to keep the details of the land records in the Indian Land record system. Khatauni number is issued to the cultivators who cultivate pieces of land.

What Is Khasra Number?

It is the plot or survey number assigned to agricultural land by the government of a state.

What Is Jamabandi?

It refers to the land records, containing the owner’s name, cultivated area, share of each owner and other rights. That’s why it is also termed as ‘Record of Rights’.

An Overview Of The Website Of Up Bhulekh

The homepage will be displayed on your screen, with six different options to choose from, as per your requirement. The website is in Hindi language. We are mentioning the important details for your information about the subject and convenience in using the website if you’re someone who does not understand the official language of Hindi too comfortably. Keep reading the article below for all the related information.

  • Know the code of revenue village Khatauni
  • Know the unique code of the plot / Gatte
  • Knowing the condition of plots / Gaate
  • Know the status of sale of plot / Gaate
  • See copy of Khatauni (rights record)
  • See copy of Khatauni fragmentation

To Know The Code Of Revenue Village Khatauni:

  • Visit the official website of UP Bhulekh
  • Click on the option ‘Know the code of revenue village khatauni’
  • Choose your district and tehsil.
  • The revenue village concerned will be displayed. Click on the village name/village code.

Benefits Of UP Bhulekh

It saves the time and efforts or the citizens as well as the administration. One may check the record of their land or plot online quickly and without any hassle.
The whole process or retrieving the land or plot records does not involve any middlemen. Citizens can access the records all by themselves online.

Procedure To Check Land Records Online:

  • Visit the official website of UP Bhulekh
  • Click on ‘See copy of Khatauni (rights record)’
  • A dialog box will appear in front of you. Enter the captcha code and click on ‘Submit’ button.
  • Once done, choose the relevant district from the list displayed on the screen.
  • Then select the relevant tehsil and village from another list.
  • Then enter the required information. You can enter the information either by searching the Gaata number or by account holder’s name or number.
  • Once done, click on See Evaluation.
  • Details of your account would be displayed on your screen.
  • Print the details and save the copy.

Procedure To View Bhulekh:

  • Visit the official website of UP Bhulekh
  • Click on ‘Know the unique code of the plot/gaata.
  • Enter the captcha code and submit.
  • Check your district, tehsil and then village and then proceed.
  • Enter your gaata number. That gaata number issued to you is called the unique code.

How To Download Khatauni?

  • Visit the official portal http://upbhulekh.gov.in/
  • Click on copy of Khatauni (rights record)
  • Enter the captcha code and submit it.
  • Select your district, tehsil and village
  • Enter your Khasra or gaata number and proceed.

How To Check The Codes Of The Districts?

Click on the ‘District’ option in the Menu below the homepage. The entire list of districts with their codes will be displayed.

How To Check The Codes Of The Tehsils?

Click on the ‘Tehsil’ option in the Menu below the homepage. The entire list of tehsils with their codes will be displayed.

How To Check The Codes Of The Subdivisions Or Pargana?

Click on the ‘Pargana’ option in the Menu below the homepage. The entire list of pargana with their codes will be displayed.

How To Check The Revenue Village Public Register?

Click on Revenue Village Public Register option on the homepage to avail all these details.

How To Know The Fraction Of Village Khataunis That Have Been Determined?

  • To know the details of the fraction of village khatauni which is fixed, click on the menu to see a copy of the letter fraction.
  • Choose your district
  • Choose your tehsil
  • To select a village, click the first letter of the Hindi keyboard on the side. You will see the villages starting with that letter. Choose your village.
  • Search by gaata / Khasra Number: – On clicking, enter gaata number and click on View Quote.

How To Check The Condition Of Plots/Gaata In The Village?

  • Click on the menu of the condition of plots / gaata in village
  • Choose your district
  • Choose your tehsil
  • To select a village, click the first letter of the Hindi keyboard on the side. You will see the villages starting with that letter. Choose your village.
  • Click on the gaata status to go to your court for a lawsuit.

We hope that this information sums up everything you need. For any other queries, you can approach the helpline number issued by the UP Government:

Email: [email protected]

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