Meebhoomi – Andhra Pradesh (AP) Land Records Portal – All You Need to Know About Meebhoomi

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Meebhoomi is the online land records portal launched in 2015 by the Revenue Department of Andhra Pradesh (AP) State. Anyone can know the details of the land situated in AP through the Mee-Bhoomi portal, including land ownership details. Mee-Bhoomi portal aims to digitalise all land records of the state.

The purpose of the Mee Bhoomi portal is that the people of Andhra Pradesh can easily view the land records. The landowners can also access their electronic passbook to check details related to their property like property tax payment, any due amount, etc. The landowners can check if their Aadhaar numbers and Khata numbers are linked or not on this portal.

Services Under Meebhoomi Telangana

The Meebhoomi online portal, started by the State Government of AP, offers various helpful services to the landowners and general public. The landowners can easily access the following land-related services on the Mee-Bhoomi portal: 

  • Download Adangal.
  • Download 1-b (Record of Right).
  • View Aadhaar linking with land records.
  • View village maps.
  • View electronic passbook.
  • View land conversion details.
  • View field measurement book.
  • View details of revenue court cases and court details.

What is Adangal?

An Adangal is a land document issued by the Tahsildar and maintained by the village administrators. The Adangal is useful to check the land details at the time of sale and purchase of the land. An Adangal contains the following details of the land: 

  • Name of the landowner.
  • Total land area.
  • Khata number.
  • Details of the land revenue.
  • Hissa and survey number of the land.
  • Land cultivation resources.
  • Nature of procession of land.
  • Crops grown on the land.
  • Soil classification.
  • Water resources.
  • Liabilities of the owners on the land.

Download Adangal on Mee-Bhoomi Portal

The general public and landowners can get the Adangal of land situated in Andhra Pradesh on the Meebhoomi Portal by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Adangal’ tab on the homepage and select ‘Your Adangal’ or the ‘Village Adangal’ option from the drop-down list. 

Step 3: Select the ‘Survey no’,  ‘Account (Khata) number’, ‘Aadhaar number’ or ‘Automation records’. Select the district name, zone name, village name and enter the survey/account/Aadhaar number, captcha code and click on the ‘Click’ button.

Step 4: The Adangal will be displayed on another page, as shown below. It can be printed by clicking on the ‘Print’ option at the bottom of the page.

What is 1-b (Record of Rights)?

The 1-b (Record of Rights) is a document that contains the ownership details of the property/land. It is one of the most important land-related documents maintained by the Department of Revenue of Andhra Pradesh. 

The 1-b document is maintained separately in the office of the Tahsildar for every village. It can be used to obtain bank loans, in court proceedings, and verify the seller’s information. It contains the following details:

  • Khata number and survey number of the land. 
  • Name of the Khatedar. 
  • Khatedar’s father’s name. 
  • Extent of the land held by Khatedar. 
  • Classification of land. 
  • Land revenue details.

Download 1-b (Record of Rights) on Meebhoomi Portal

The general public and landowners can get the 1-b (Record of Rights) of land situated in Andhra Pradesh on the Mee Bhoomi Portal by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘1-b’ tab on the homepage and select ‘Your 1-b’ or the ‘Village 1-b’ option from the drop-down list. 

Step 3: Select the ‘Survey no’,  ‘Account (Khata) number’, ‘Aadhaar number’, ‘Name of the graduate (landowner)’ or ‘Automation records’. Select the district, zone, village and enter the survey/account/Aadhaar/landowner number, captcha code and click on the ‘Click’ button.

Step 4: The details of the survey number, Khata number, landowner’ name and father’s name will be displayed on the screen below. Click on the underlined Khata number or landowner’ name to view the 1-b in detail.

Step 5: The 1-b will be displayed on another page, as shown below when clicked on the Khata number or landowner’s name. It can be printed by clicking on the ‘Print’ option at the bottom of the page.

View Mutation Details on Meebhoomi Portal

The following are the steps to view the mutation details of a land:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘1-b’ tab on the homepage and select ‘Your 1-b’ option from the drop-down list. 

Step 3: Click on the ‘Mutation Information By Dategaum’ option on the page.

Step 4: Select the district name, zone name, village name and enter the date of mutation and click on the ‘Submit’ button.

Step 5: The mutation details will be displayed on the screen below. 

View Village Maps on Meebhoomi Portal

Any person can view the village maps by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Village Map’ tab on the homepage.

Step 3: Select the district name, zone name, village name, enter the captcha code and click on the ‘Click’ button.

Step 4: The village map will be displayed on another page, as shown below. 

Check Aadhaar Linking with Khata Number on Meebhoomi Portal

The landowners can check if their Aadhaar number is linked with the Khata number by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Aadhaar/Other Identities’ tab on the homepage and select the ‘Aadhaar Linking’ option from the drop-down list. 

Step 3: Select the ‘Account (Khata) number’ or ‘Aadhaar number’. Select the district name, zone name, village name, enter the account/Aadhaar number, tick the ‘User consent’, enter captcha code and click on the ‘Click’ button.

Step 4: The details of the Aadhaar linking with the Khata number will appear below.

View Electronic Passbook on Meebhoomi Portal

The landowners can view their passbook online on the Mee Bhoomi Portal by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Electronic pass book’ tab on the homepage. 

Step 3: Select the ‘Account (Khata) number’ or ‘Aadhaar number’. Select the district name, zone name, village name and enter the account/Aadhaar number, mobile number, captcha code, tick the ‘User consent’ and click on the ‘Click’ button.

Step 4: The passbook of the landowner will be generated. 

View Land Conversion Details on Meebhoomi Portal

The general public and landowners can check the land conversion details on the Mee Bhoomi Portal by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘land conversion details’ tab on the homepage. 

Step 3: Select the district name, zone name, village name, enter the survey number and click on the ‘Submit’ button.

Step 4: The land conversion details such as the survey number, Khata number, Pattdar name, Pattdar extent, father’s name, converted extent and converted date will be displayed on the page.

View Field Measurement Book (FMB) on Meebhoomi Portal

The general public and landowners can check the field measurement book on the Mee Bhoomi Portal by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘F.M.B’ tab on the homepage. 

Step 3: Select the district name, zone name, village name, enter survey number, captcha code and click on the ‘Click’ button.

Step 4: The field measurement book will be displayed on another page. 

View Details of Revenue Court Cases

Anyone can view the status of the cases relating to survey numbers on the Mee Bhoomi Portal by following the below steps:

Step 1: Visit the Meebhoomi portal.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Others’ tab on the homepage and select the ‘Details of Revenue Court Cases’ option from the drop-down list. 

Step 3: A table will appear containing the district name, number of cases before the Tahsildar court, cases in the Revenue Division Officer (RDO) court, cases in the joint collector’s court commissioner and commissioner appeals.

Step 4: Click on the number of the respective court column of a district. The details of all the cases in the district will appear. The details of the cases include the dispute ID, district name, Mandal name, village name, survey number, dispute remarks, dispute description case or file number, present status, petitioner name and respondent name.

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