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Maa Bhoomi Telangana Land Records – Pahani, Adangal & ROR 1B

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Maintaining documents in physical form requires proper maintenance and storage. To digitise all land records in Telangana, the government of Telangana has started an online portal called “Maa Bhoomi”. Currently the residents of Telangana can check all the online land record details from the official website Chief Commissioner of Land Administration (CCLA) and also through the Integrates Land Records Management System (ILRMS) The land and property owners in the state of Telangana can easily access the land records with the help of the website (online portal). The data on the portal comprises the extent of land, survey number, owner name attadar name, tax, nature of the land and crop and other relevant details. With the help of the “CCLA” portal, Pahani for all land situated in Telangana can also be downloaded.

Services under Maa Bhoomi Telangana

The “CCLA” online portal started by the State Government of Telangana offers various services that are helpful to land and property owners.

Following are the services offered by the Maa Bhoomi portal that can be easily accessed by the land and property owners:

  • View Pahani/Adangal Details
  • View Record of Right (ROR1-B) Details
  • View Amendment Register
  • View Survey Numbers pending for clearance
  • View Cadastral Maps of Rural Areas
  • View land transactions deeds

All the property and the landowners in Telangana can avail all these services online without the need of going to a MeeSeva Centre. All these land and property related services are available at any time at the CCLA Portal.

Pahani / Adangal

A Pahani or Adangal is a legal land related document issued by the Tahsildar. A Pahani or an Adangal contains details of the land.

The contents of a Pahani/Adangal:

  • Name of the Land Owner
  • Extents and Khata Number
  • Total Land under the Pahani
  • Details of the Land revenue
  • Land Cultivation resources
  • Hissa and Survey Number of the Land
  • Nature of procession of land
  • The process via which land is acquired by the owner
  • Soil Classification
  • The rights of the Government or Public rights on the Land
  • Liabilities of the Owners on the Land

Checking Pahani or Adangal Online

You can also check your Pahani or Adangal online by following these steps:
Step 1: Log on to the “CCLA” website.

Step 2: On the homepage click on the “Know Your Land status” link

Step 3: On this page, click on “Pahani & ROR-1B” link given under the head “RECORD OF RIGHTS (ROR)” system.

Step 4: Enter credential

Select district, division, mandal and village from the dropdown list. Now, search details by using three options- Khata No./Survey No., Or Buyer Name/Seller Name or Mutation Date. After selecting relevant no. click on “Get Details” tab.

Step 5: Finally, Pahani details will appear on the screen. Candidates can check all the information available.

Step 6: Lastly, you can save the Pahani details and if you wish to take printout of the same just click on “Print Pahani Details” tab and retain it for further references.

Record of Right (ROR 1B)

Record of Right (ROR 1B) is a document which contains the ownership details of the property/land. ROR is considered one of the most important land related documents. This vital document is maintained separately for every village in the office of the Tahsildar. ROR contains details such as Khata number, survey number, the name of the Khatadar, his father’s name, extent held by Khatadar, the classification of land and land revenue details.

Procedure for Applying for ROR 1B
The procedure for applying ROR 1B is very simple. It can be applied at the nearest Meeseva centre with an application RRO 1B (The service charge for which is Rs.25).

Checking Record of Right (ROR 1B) online
You can also check Record of Right (ROR 1B) online through the CCLA website by following the steps below:
Step 1: Log on to the “CCLA” website.

Step 2: Click on “Know Your Land Status” in the home page and then click on “Pahani & ROR-1B”.

Step 3: Enter credential
Select district, division, mandal and village from the dropdown list. Now, search details by using three options- Khata No./Survey No., Or Buyer Name/Seller Name or Mutation Date. After selecting relevant no. click on “Get Details” tab.

Step 4: Finally, ROR-1B details will appear on the screen. Candidates can check all the information available.

Step 5: Lastly, you can save the ROR-1B details and if you wish to take printout of the same just click on “Print ROR-1B Details” tab and retain it for further references.

Checking Amendments In Register

If there are any changes or amendments made relating to land in the Register kept in the Registrar’s Office, it can be viewed in the CCLA Website by entering details of the land. The changes in amendment details affected after 30th May 2018 is shown. The amendments in the Register can be viewed by following the steps below –

Step 1: Log in to CCLA Website

Step 2: Click on “Know Your Land Status” in the home page and then click on “Amendment Register” link given under the head “RECORD OF RIGHTS (ROR)”

Step 3: Enter Credentials
Select district, division, mandal, village and Survey No. from the dropdown list. Next enter Captcha given and click on “View Details” tab.

Step 4: The amendments details will appear in three columns containing ‘Before Amendment’, ‘Amendment Details’ and ‘After Amendment’ appear. These columns show details of Survey No./Sub Division No., Total Extent (Ac. Gts.), Khata No, Pattadar Name (Father/Husband’s Name). If there are no amendments after 30 May 2018, it shows as no data found.

Checking Survey Number Pending For Clearance

When a Survey Number is pending for clearance from the Registrar’s Office, the details of it can be viewed by following these steps below-
Step 1: Log in to CCLA Website

Step 2: Click on “Know Your Land Status” in the home page and then click on “Survey Numbers Pending for Clearance” link given under the head “RECORD OF RIGHTS (ROR)”

Step 3: Enter Credentials
Select district, division, mandal, village and Survey No. from the dropdown list. Next enter Captcha given and click on “Get Details” tab.

Step 4: The details of the land along with the reason for not clearance appears.

Cadastral Maps Of Rural Areas

Cadastral maps means the map of an area showing the boundaries of sub division of lands with the directions and lengths of an area. The village map or layout map can be viewed by following these steps –
Step 1: Log in to CCLA Website

Step 2: Click on “Know Your Land Status” in the home page and then click on “CADASTRAL MAPS OF RURAL AREAS”

Step 3: This will redirect to ILRMS Page and now, enter Credentials

Select district, division, mandal and village from the dropdown list given on the left side of the page.

Step 4: The survey numbers along with the area appear on the map.

Land Transaction Deeds

The Registration Details of any land, Layout Plots or Apartments can be viewed in CCLA Website. The following steps is to be followed –
Step 1: Log in to CCLA Website

Step 2: Click on “Know Your Land Status” in the home page and then click on “Deed Details” link given under the head “LAND TRANSACTION DEEDS”

Step 3: Enter Credentials
The first option asks for ‘Registration Details of’ which has three sub options in the dropdown list. The sub options are ‘Document Number’, ‘Layout Plots’ and ‘Apartments’. After selecting the sub option further details are to be entered.

If ‘Document Number’ is selected, the district and Sub-Registrar Office is to be selected from the dropdown list and Document number, Registration Number and Captcha is to be entered. After entering these details click on the ‘Search’ tab.

The details of the land registration appears.

If ‘Layout Plots’ is selected, the district, mandal and village is to be selected from the dropdown list and Survey number, Plot Number and Captcha is to be entered. After entering these details click on the ‘Search’ tab.

The details of the registration of Layout plot appears similar to the details of the ‘Document Number’ search result shown above.

If ‘Apartments’ is selected, the district, mandal, village and locality is to be selected from the dropdown list and Flat Number, Apartment Number or House Number and Captcha is to be entered. After entering these details click on the ‘Search’ tab.

The details of the registration of Apartment appears similar to the details of the ‘Document Number’ search result shown above.

Other Details Under Know Your Land Status

Apart from the above mentioned services, the following services are available under the “Know Your Land Status” tab in the CCLA Website –

  • Property Tax payment details of
    a) GHMC Property Tax
    b) GHMC Vacant Land Tax
    c) CDMA Property Tax
    d) CDMA Vacant Land Tax
  • Revenue Court Cases Data
  • Search High Court Case
  • Search Lower Court Case
  • Integrated Land Search