Banglarbhumi – West Bengal Land Records

Banglarbhumi – West Bengal Land Records | West Bengal’s state government, like that of other Indian states, has begun digitising land records (Bhulekh). West Bengal’s land digitization is progressing under the NLRMP programme of the Indian government. With the help of NIC, the West Bengal government’s Land and Land Reforms Department has set up an online portal for this. In the state, this land record portal is known as Banglarbhumi (

Land records on Banglarbhumi are currently being digitised. The West Bengal government’s Land & Land Reforms Department is working on updating all records as part of this project.

West Bengal Land Record History

On November 1, 1806, the West Bengal Land Records and Lands Directorate was established. Land records, land surveys, and settlement operations are all part of the Records and Land Directorate’s history.

The Bengal Survey Settlement Operations began in 1876 with the Rangpur Division, as part of which West Bengal was divided into eight blocks in accordance with an agreement with the then-governing government of Assam. Villages were chosen for survey operations by drawing lots from a bag in this process.

Two Deputy Commissioners are in charge of the Land Record Department, as well as the CDO’s office in their respective districts. Under the supervision of the Deputy Commissioner, a Superintendent of Land Record is also assigned to each district headquarters to oversee the department’s day-to-day operations.

How do I use the Banglarbhumi website to look up Khatian and plot information?

How to search Khatian and Plot information online on Banglarbhumi website? This is the most simple and step-by-step guide to using the Banglarbhumi website to check land records –

  • First and foremost, go to This is the official website (Bangalar Bhumi) of the West Bengal State Government’s Land & Land Reforms Department.
  • Click on the ‘Know Your Property’ link in the menu section on the left hand side of the website.
  • It will take you to a page with information about Khatians and plots.
  • Choose the District, Block, and Mouza that best suits your needs.
  • After selecting all the option you will see searching options on the right side of the screen.
  • Select how you want to search you Land records.
    • Search by Khatian.
    • Search by Plot.
  • If you choose to search by Khatian, type your khatian number into the text box provided and hit the submit button.
  • If you choose to search by plot, type your plot number into the text box provided and hit the submit button.
  • Now Fill in the captcha.
  • Finally, to obtain your West Bengal land records, click the ‘Submit’ button. If your land records are available, it will display them on the screen. Otherwise, the message’record not found’ will appear.
  • You can look up land records in the following West Bengal districts.
    • Barddhaman, Murshidabad, Paschim Medinipur, Hugli, Nadia, Purba Medinipur, Haora, Kolkata, Maldah, Jalpaiguri, Bankura, Birbhum, Uttar Dinajpur, Puruliya, Koch Bihar, Darjiling, and Dakshin Dinajpur

How to get Certified Copy of ROR (Khatian) / Plot Information?

How can I obtain a certified copy of the ROR (Khatian) or plot information?

This is the most frequently asked question on our feedback form. You can get RoR or plot information in West Bengal for just 20 rupees. All you have to do now is –

  1. To begin, go to the relevant Block Land & Land Reforms Office (BL & LRO).
  2. Apply on demy paper with a court fee of Rs 20.00 attached (Rupees Twenty).  
    1. Applicant’s Details, 
    2. Mouza’s Name, 
    3. J L No, and Khatian Number / Plot Number should all be clearly stated.
  3. You can also get a plot map service that includes adjacent plots. To obtain a map, simply pay the required court fee. This map is available on A4 stationary from the authority.

Banglarbhumi Mouza Map

Mouza Map is also available on the Banglarbhumi website. These maps are only meant to be viewed, not to be measured. We will show you how to check the Banglarbhumi Mouza Map in this article.

  • First and foremost, go to This is the official website (Bangalar Bhumi) of the West Bengal State Government’s Land & Land Reforms Department.
  • Click on West Bengal Map for Block/Mouzas on the website. This map can be found in the page’s lower right corner.
  • To find block / Mouzas, click on any district.
  • It will display a list of blocks when you click it. The list includes the following information: Code, Block Name, and the number of Mouza in that block. Select the desired block name by clicking on it.
  • You will see a list of Mouza if you do this. Now select a Mouza.
  • To view the map sheet, select it from the drop-down menu and then click ‘View Map.’

Please be aware that the map uploading process is currently underway. Many mouzas have yet to be uploaded to the site.

Er. Md. Shahin Akhter

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Md Shahin Akhter is a Civil Engineer from MIT and has more than 5 years of experience in Civil Engineering and Construction Department. Md Shahin Akhter is Civil Engineer in Nagar Parishad (Municipal Council), Supaul. He is Webmaster and Founder at Civil Engineering Website.