Bhulekh UK | Devbhoomi is an online database that allows users to search for land records in Uttarakhand. The Uttarakhand government has created this website to allow residents to access land records from the comfort of their own homes. Bhulekh UK is another name for Devbhoomi.
The portal provides information such as the Record of Rights (ROR), mutation data, Bhulekh maps, khasra, & khatauni. The Revenue Department is in charge of the Uttarakhand Bhulekh portal. Citizens can amend the land records at any moment.
The digitization of land records has aided in the preservation of openness between citizens and government, as well as the avoidance of data tampering and corruption. Citizens will save time because the records are freely available online. The Patwar Khanda was in charge of keeping land records before digitalization. The land records of all 13 districts of Uttarakhand are available, although records for a few tehsils and villages are not. The government of Uttarakhand is working on it.
To get land records, you must provide one of the following information:
- khasra/gata number
- account number
- mutation date
- Using the vendor’s name
- Using the buyer’s name
- Using the account holder’s name
How to view Land Records for Devbhoomi Uttarakhand using Bhulekh UK Portal?
Obtaining land records in Uttarakhand is a simple process (UK).
To get land information, follow the steps outlined below –
- Visit the Uttarakhand Bhulekh Devbhoomi website https://bhulekh.uk.gov.in/public/public_ror/Public_ROR.jsp.
- Select Public ROR (Record of Rights), which will take you to the page shown below.
- Choose the district, tehsil, and village where the property is located.
- The land records of the Uttarakhand Bhulekh can be accessed in the following ways: by khasra/gata number, account number, mutation date, seller, buyer, or account holder’s name. To get more information, use the search function.
- To get an authenticated copy of the ROR, the citizen must go to the Tehsil Land Record Computer Center in the village where the property is situated.
How to view land records in Uttarakhand by name?
If you do not have the khasra/gata number, you can get land records by using the name of the account holder and the following procedure:
- Go to the Bhulekh Portal
- Sign in to the Bhulekh Website
- On the home page, click on Public ROR (Record of Rights), which will take you to the page below. Choose a district, tehsil, and village.
- Click on the account holder’s name and input the first few letters of the name. A list of names comes on the screen; choose the appropriate account holder name and click view.
- The land records for that name are displayed on the screen. The khasra number, property title, ownership details, and other facts may all be verified.
- By selecting the print option from the browser menu, you may print or download this record.
What is the amount of fee to get a ROR in Bhulekh Uttarakhand?
A citizen of Uttarakhand must pay INR 15 for the front page of the ROR and INR 5 per page for additional pages of the ROR.
What is the importance of ROR?
The ROR/khatauni is an important document that is required for:
- obtaining a loan against the property;
- opening a bank account; and
- verifying property title and ownership.
- To settle legal disputes
- A significant document necessary for the sale of real estate
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Where in Uttarakhand can I locate land records?
The land records in Uttarakhand may be easily viewed online via the Uttarakhand government website. Bhulekh, also known as Devbhoomi, may be found at http://bhulekh.uk.gov.in.
How can I find out my khasra number in Uttarakhand?
The following is a step-by-step method for obtaining records.
Access the Devbhoomi website.
From the main page, select Public ROR
You will be redirected to a page where you may choose your district, tehsil, and village.
To get more information, click on the khasra/gata number.
How can I obtain my Uttarakhand land map (bhu naksha)?
To acquire an online land map, go to Bhu Naksha Uttarakhand (https://bhunaksha.uk.gov.in/05/index.html) and enter the district, tehsil, and village information. You can also go to the department office and obtain the land map by applying to the appropriate official.