Land is measured in India in a variety of ways including acres, hectares, square meters, and square yards (Gaj).
In the North, the units are called Bigha and Marla, while in the South, the units are called Cent, Guntha, and Ground. The sizes also differ from state to state.
Across the country, there are different terms used to refer to landed property depending on the state. It is always advisable to familiarize yourself with the common land measurement units in India, so you can better understand offers from sellers and terms in land documents.
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|Unit of Area||Conversion Unit|
|1 Square Feet (sq ft)||144 sq in (1 feet is 12 inches)|
|1 Square Centimetres||0.00107639 sq ft|
|1 Square Inch||0.0069444 sq ft|
|1 Square Kilometre (sq km)||247.1 acres|
|1 Square Meter (sq m)||10.76391042 sq ft|
|1 Square Mile||640 acres or 259 hectares|
|1 Square Yard (sq yd)||9 sq ft|
|1 Acre||4840 sq yd or 100.04 cents (standard unit to measure land)|
|1 Hectare||10000 sq m or 2.49 acres approximately|
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