Estate Agent in Bihar – Buy-Sell Property Solutions, Land Farms, Plots, House, Office, Residential, Commercial Business for Sale

Bihar is a state in eastern India. It is the third-largest state by population and twelfth-largest by territory, with an area of 94,163 km². It is contiguous with Uttar Pradesh to its west, Nepal to the north, the northern part of West Bengal to the east, and with Jharkhand to the south. The Bihar plain is split by the river Ganges, which flows from west to east. Three main cultural regions converge in the state: Magadh, Mithila, and Bhojpur. Bihar is also the world’s third-most populous subnational entity.
Geography and History of Bihar
Geography and history goes hand in hand in order to facilitate a detailed overview of the state. In fact, through a deep analysis of the geography and history of Bihar one can get an estimate of the cultural heritage and traditions prevalent in Bihar.
Geography of Bihar
Talking about the first category of the geography and history of Bihar, i. e. geography, we assume the following:Area – 94,163 square kilometers.Latitude – 21°58’10” and 27°31’15” North.Longitude – 82°19’50” and 88°17’40” East.Boundaries – West Bengal, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, the Himalayas and Nepal.Capital – Patna.Population – 8,28,78,796.River – Ganga, Sone, Poonpoon, Falgu, Karmanasa, Durgawati, Kosi, Ghaghara, etc.

Area
The vast area included in Bihar makes it one of the largest states in India. It is located in the eastern part of the country. The area of Bihar has been estimated to be 94,164 square kilometers
The entire area of the state has been politically divided into 9 divisions and 37 districts with Patna as its capital.
The total strength of the population inhabiting the area is around 82.88 million out of which the majority are males and the rest are females, the sex ratio being 100: 92.
The people occupying the vast area of Bihar have a literacy rate of 47.53 % and the most widely spoken language is Hindi.
Apart from the valleys of the Ganges, the area included in Bihar houses the hilly regions as well which you will see if you go to the places like Rajgir, Ranchi and so on. These hills make Bihar a cradle of natural beauty.
The area of Bihar can be topographically narrated as a rich alluvial plain lying on the north consisting chiefly of the Gangetic Valley. The plains on the north starts from the foothills of the Himalayas and extends to the south of the river Ganges.

 Revenue and Land Reforms Department

The Revenue and Land Reforms Department deals with land management, land survey and settlement, land consolidation, land acquisition for different Central and State Government schemes and Agriculture Census of national importance. Moreover, Revenue and Land Reforms Department serves as Nodal Department with respect to national census. Under land management, government land is settled with landless families, homestead land is provided to those who are devoid of homestead land, raiyati land is acquired or procured on perpetual lease basis for the construction of connecting roads for those villages/tollas/mohallas, which are devoid of road connectivity. Under land survey and settlement, rent is fixed for different types of land, Revenue records are updated, land survey is done for different Revenue schemes, record of rights is prepared and same is maintained. Steps are taken by the department for fixation of rent, fixation of cess and also their collection and remission/abatement. Government Estates are maintained and jurisdiction of Revenue Officers/ Revenue Courts are also fixed. Different Revenue laws and rules are prepared and efforts are made for passing the same by the State Assembly and also State Cabinet. After completion of land survey, land survey maps are published and also district gazetteer is prepared and published by the department. The department manages for the settlement of those hats, Bazars, Melas and other sairats (including Jalkar Sairats), which are declared by the department as important from the Revenue view point. To control the activities of Money Lenders functional at village level, Money Lenders’ Act has been notified by the department. To control, manage and distribute Bhoodan lands, the department brought into effect, the Bhoodan Yagna Act and also the Bihar Bhoodan Yagna Rules. As a result lacs of landless persons have been benefitted by getting Bhoodan Praman Patras. To prevent fragmentation of cultivable land, consolidation work is also being carried out. Moreover, for execution of various developmental projects, inter departmental land transfer is facilitated by the Revenue and Land Reforms Department.

 bhumijankari.bihar.gov.in

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LakhisaraiMadhepuraMadhubani
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