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Maa Bhumi

Last Updated 31st Oct 2020

  • Dharani is a Land Record Management System managed by the Government of Telangana. Maa Bhumi is the online portal via which the Telangana Government operates its land records.
  • One can access land records, ROR document and Pahani document on this portal.
  • Land mutation, conversion and registration can be done via this portal as well.
  • The digitalization of land records has made the registration process easy.
  • Another important benefit of transferring land records from manual to automated operation is it has the transparency and error-free management of land records.
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Dharani Maa Bhumi Telangana Land Records

The state of Telangana currently operates all its land record through an online land record management portal Dharani Maa Bhumi. This online portal of Maa Bhumi is a single platform for accessing all records related to lands located in Telangana. With the initiative taken by the Indian Government to make the country digital, many states started digitalizing their land records. Telangana Government has added value to that initiative by going digital with its land records.

Why Dharani Website?

The reason for setting up the Dharani website is the following significant features.

  • Transparent and error-free record management due to the transfer from manual to automated operation.
  • Registration in a few easy steps.
  • Easy and round the clock access to all land related records on a single platform.
  • Auto-update of textual land records.
  • Online mutation activation.

Key Services Offered by Dharani Maa Bhumi

Key services offered by Dharani Maa Bhumi can be categorized in the following two sections.

Revenue services

  • Online mutation
  • Online land conversion
  • Certificate for agriculture income and land valuation.

Registration services

  • Duty and fee calculation
  • Services for payment of registration and stamps
  • Data entry
  • Checking receipt and unit rates
  • Booking and rescheduling of slots
  • Checking application status

How to Check Land Records in Telangana?

Here goes the process of checking Telangana land records via its online portal.

  • Visit the online land record portal
  • Once the home page is visible, swipe up to get the ‘Registered Document Details’ option.
  • tap on the said option and you will be led to a new screen.
  • On the new screen, enter the following details.
    • District
    • SRO
    • Book Type
    • Registration Year
    • Document No
  • Now, after you enter the correct captcha and click on ‘Submit’the required land details will be generated.
  • The ‘Reset’ button will allow you to reenter the data.

How do I Check ROR-1B &Pahani Documents Online Using Khata or Survey Number?

For checking the ROR-1B document and the Pahanidocuments with Khata number or Survey number on the Maa Bhumi portal, follow these steps.

Step 1: Pay a visit to the Maa Bhumi online portal or tap here.

Step 2: Swipe up in order to view the option-bar.

Step 3: Tap on the option named ‘Land Status’ and you will be redirected to a new screen.

Step 4: On the new screen, enter these details using their respective drop-down menus.

  • District
  • Division
  • Mandal
  • Village
  • Captcha code

Step 5: Select one from the two search options.

  • Khata no.
  • Survey/Sub-division no.

Step 6: Tap on ‘Get Details’ and the pahani details will be generated.

How to Check Maa Bhoomi Land Records in Telangana Application Status?

Check the status of your application on the Maa Bhumi portal using these steps.

Step 1: Land on the official website of Telangana land records

Step 2: Once you have reached the home screen, swipe up and tap on ‘Know Your Application Status’.

Step 3: A new screen will appear.

Step 4: Provide these two details.

  • Application number
  • Registration document number along with the year of registration.

Step 5: Enter the captcha code.

Step 6: Tap on ‘Submit’ to generate the status of your application.

Step 7: You can use the ‘Reset’ button for re-entering the details.

How to View Registered Document Details Online in Dharani?

In order to view the registered document details online in Dharani, one must follow this below-mentioned process.

Step 1: On the official website of Dharani,; click on the option named ‘Registered Document Details'.

Step 2: The said option will take you to a new screen that will ask you to enter a few details.

  • District
  • SRO
  • Book Type
  • Year of Registration
  • Number of the concerned document

Step 3: Now, a tap on ‘Submit’ will fetch the document details.

Do not forget to enter the correct captcha code. If you have provided wrong details or are willing to view details of any other document, use the ‘Reset’ option. It will allow you to enter fresh details.

How to Sign Up on Dharani Portal?

Availing all services offered by the Dharani portal will become easier if one has registered on the platform. If you are yet to register yourself, these steps will be helpful.

  • The first step for signing up on the Dharani portal is visiting the website.
  • Once you have reached the website, tap on the ‘Sign Up’ option given on the top right corner of the screen.
  • A pop-up will appear once taped on the said option.
  • Provide the following personal details.
    • Name
    • Mobile number
    • Email ID
  • Provide the address details.
    • State
    • District
    • Mandal
    • Village or City (as applicable)
    • Address
    • Pin code
  • Complete OTP verification by tapping on ‘Get OTP’.

Remember the OTP will be sent to the registered number via SMS and will be valid for 15 minutes only.

How to Apply for EC by Dharani Website?

On the website of Dharani, one can get access to EC or Encumbrance Certificate and make an application for the same. For applying, login to the website using your username and password. Once logged in, you can select the respective option to make the application.

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How can I check my patta passbook in Telangana?

For the patta passbook, you can take the following method.

  • Submit the patta passbook application form via the Maa Bhumi Portal.
  • The application will be transferred to Tahasil, and verification will take place.
  • Once the formalities have been done, the passbook will be delivered to your address.

How can I check my land details in Telangana?

You can check the land details in Telangana in the following steps.

  • Go to the official website of Dharani.
  • Click on ‘Registered Document Details’ as a result, a new screen appears.
  • Enter the required details and tap on ‘Submit’.

How can I check my pahani online in Telangana?

To check your pahani online in Telangana, go along with these steps.

  • Visit the Dharani portal and tap on ‘Land Status’.
  • On the new screen, fill in the required information.
  • Select either ‘Khata No.’ or ‘Survey No.’
  • Tap on ‘Get Details’ and get access to your pahani.

What is ROR in land records Telangana?

In Telangana land records, ROR or record of rights is a land or property ownership document. It contains all details related to the ownership of land and properties. Tahasil issues separate ROR document for each land and property.

Can we get pahani online?

Yes, you can get pahani online. For obtaining the pahani online, go the Dharani website that managed Telangana land records. On the home screen of the website, tap on the ‘Land Status’ option. It will lead to a new screen that will require a few details. Enter the details, tap on ‘Get Details’ and the pahani will be visible.

What is Kahani document?

Pahani is a land document in Telangana land records. The pahani document contains size, type, ownership, revenue and other land details. The pahani document is issued by Tahasil and is now readily available on the Maa Bhumi portal.

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