www.bhulekh.ori.nic.in in Orissa Land Record

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Odisha, formerly known as Orissa is the 9th largest state area wise in India and the 11th largest  by population. Oriya the official language here is widely and commonly spoken here.  A home of thousand temples, Bhubaneswar is the capital of Orissa.

 

The Government of India has started computerised land record all over the India. The Indian government has issued an order to all the state government to organize online system for any kind of certificates, to know the status, downloading and filling of the form and many more.

 

In the busy schedule, nowadays everyone want his work to be done in a very short time. Everyone knows the importance of time, they don’t want to waste their single second as even a single second is precious for them. No one wants to stand in a queue to get their work done.  As we all know in most of  the government offices, we have to walk several of time to get our work done. And many of the times we have to beg them.

 

To get rid out of this, the Government of Orissa started many portal of their departments so that the citizens of the state could easily know  all their information, apply for certificate or many more in a single window. You don’t need to go here and there to get their work done. You just need to have a computer or laptop and a internet connections or to get the work done you just need to go the cyber cafe.

 

Bhulekh is one of them. The word Bhu+Alekh means Land Record. In the Bhulekh, the owner of the property or the buyer of the property or the citizens who have property for domestic or business purposes can get easily all the status or the information  of their property.

 

The National Informatic centre of Orissa Unit and the Revenue Department of Orissa has developed Bhulekh website to provide all land record online to the users.

The Bhulekh website is known as Ori Bhulekh, Odisha Bhulekh, Orissa Land Record, Orissa Khata Khatauni, Odisha ROR etc. The Bhulekh website organised by Orissa State Government to provide (ROR) Record of Rights which means that every citizen have the  right to know the all the information about their query.

The Orissa state has 30 District accompanied by 317 Tehsils alongwith 2064 RICs.  The state of Orissa have 51210 Villages in total. All the records of these villages are available on the Bhulekh website of the State.

The Official website of Bhulekh of the Orissa State Government is www.bhulekh.ori.nic.in

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 To get your land records and Bhulekh or Khata details  Khatoni/Fard/ Record of right ROR follow the steps after visiting the website.

 

1.  Visit the official website of Orissa www.bhulekh.ori.nic.in

2.  You will see an option of Download Odiya font to fill the form in Odiya language.

 3.  Next is Login option which is for office use and select location option to select the village name for which you want land record or map view

4.  You will see the four tabs in your window General Information, ROR views, Map and Forms

5.  To know the land record, select ROR views.

6.  There are three options.

a) Khatiyan

After selecting Khatiyan, enter village name to the given section of selection and click on next to get land records.

 

b) Plot

Enter village name after selection of Plot section and click on next.

c) Tenant

Here the process is same, after selecting tenant, enter village name. Here below the village name, enter the information  in R.I. circle option and click on next.

7.  You can directly get the information  of your land record by selecting “Select Location” option.

Enter your choice of State name, District name, Sub Division Name and Tehsil Name. After entering all these, you will see the map of your Tehsil, find your Plot No. or Khasra Number on Map. Then click on your village map and download your land record.

3 comments on “www.bhulekh.ori.nic.in in Orissa Land Record

  1. Please fix it in English because in mobile it is unable to view land records…

  2. state and district field fill option is not showing please help…..

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