Khasra Khatauni Meaning (Explained)
Khasra (खसरा): A khasra is a legal agricultural document used in India that specifies land and crop details. Khasras traditionally detail “all the fields and their areas, measurement, who owns and what cultivators he employs, what crops, what sort of soil, what trees are on the land”.
Khasra Number: Khasra Numbers are land parcel identification numbers denoted by the revenue department of the state. This number is expected to be unique within a village. If it is not unique contact your nearest land record office or NIC to correct it.
Khatauni (खतौनी): A khatauni is an abstract based on the khasras of a village that lists out all the holdings of an individual or family in that village. In other words, all khasras that belong to a given individual will be listed in the khatauni of that individual.
Khewat (खेवट): A list of an owner’s land holdings.
Khewat–Khatauni (खेवट-खतौनी): A combined Khewat & Khatauni.
Khasra Khatauni (खसरा / खतौनी) of Various States