Mahabhulekh – Maharashtra Land Records

Mahabhulekh – Maharashtra Land Records | The word Mahabhulekh comes from Maharashtra Land Records. Maha is a popular abbreviation for Maharashtra, and Bhulekh is a Hindi/Marathi word that means “land record.”

Maharashtra’s online land records website is called “Mahabhulekh.” The Maharashtra Government’s Land Records and Settlement Commission created and maintains the website. To provide better services to citizens, the website keeps Maharashtra state land records.

On the Mahabhulekh website, land buyers and owners can now check their land records at any time. The official Maharashtra land records website is

The website is written in Marathi, which is the state’s primary language. The Maharashtra state map can be found on the website’s home page. The map depicts all of Maharashtra’s districts. These district areas on the map are clickable and will take you to the land record page for that district.

Maharashtra’s districts are divided into six zones.

Amravati ZoneAkola, Amravati, Buldhana, Yavatmal, Washim
Aurangabad ZoneAurangabad, Osmanabad, Jalna, Nanded, Parbhani, Beed, Latur, Hingoli
Konkan ZoneThane, Palghar, Mumbai Suburb, Ratnagiri, Raigad, Sindhudurg
Nagpur ZoneGadchiroli, Gondia, Chandrapur, Nagpur, Bhandara, Wardha
Nashik ZoneAhmednagar, Jalgaon, Dhule, Nandurbar, Nashik
Pune ZoneKolhapur, Pune, Sangli, Satara, Solapur

The portal offers online access to 7/12 utara, 8A, and property cards (malmatta patrak).

What is 7/12 Utara?

The 7/12 Utara, also known as “Saat Baara Utara” in Marathi, is a type of extract. The 7/12 extract is taken from any district’s land register. The Maharashtra government’s revenue department is in charge of this.

The essential information in the 7/12 Extract (satbara utara) is as follows:

  1. The land’s survey number.
  2. The land’s size or area.
  3. Names of the landowner and cultivator.
  4. The type of cultivation on the land or the nature of the cultivation on the land.
  5. Crops that were planted and cultivated the previous year.
  6. Loans from the government to the landowner.
  7. The government provides subsidies for the purchase of seed, pesticides, and fertilisers.

How to check online 7/12 Utara on Mahabhulekh Site?

  • Go to to learn more about Mahabhulekh. This is the Maharashtra state’s official land records website.
  • This page lists all of Maharashtra’s districts. You must now select your district from the drop-down menu.
  • From the drop-down menu, select Taluka (Tehsil) and village.
  • You can now search for 7/12 records using the two options below.
    • By Survey Number: If you know your survey number, you can use it to conduct a search.
    • By Khatadar Name: If you do not know the survey number, you can search the 7/12 record by Khatadar Name if you do not know the survey number.
  • Then, to generate a 7/12 record, click the ‘Show 7/12’ button. In Marathi, this will show your satbara (7/12) utara.
  • You can also print this 7/12 record if you want to. The information on this website is provided solely for educational purposes and may not be used for any government or legal purposes.

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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.