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Old 07-10-2007, 12:47 AM
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Post conversion of gaj,nali and bigha to centi,inch

what is gaj,nali,bigha which is commonly used in north india mostly punjab...and how it measures?can u explain me how to convert it in feet or centi or inches?
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Old 07-23-2007, 04:55 PM
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what is gaj,nali,bigha which is commonly used in north india mostly punjab...and how it measures?can u explain me how to convert it in feet or centi or inches?
Try using Robie Metric units.

One Robie inch = 25.0mm.

40 Robie metric inches = one meter
(40 x 25mm = 1000mm = one meter.)
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How many gaj in one beegha.
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Old 10-17-2009, 08:14 AM
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Default How much bigha in 1100 square meter area

How much bigha in 1100 square meter area
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what is gaj,nali,bigha which is commonly used in north india mostly punjab...and how it measures?can u explain me how to convert it in feet or centi or inches?
1 gaj consist of how many bighas
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1 gaj consist of how many bighas
1 nali = bhiga
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The following is from Russ Rowlett at the University of North Carolina

bigha
a traditional unit of land area in South Asia. The bigha varies in size from region to another; in India it is generally less than an acre (0.4 hectare). In Bengal (both in Bangladesh and in West Bengal, India) the bigha was standardized under British colonial rule at 1600 square yards (0.1338 hectare or 0.3306 acre); this is often interpreted as being 1/3 acre. In central India bighas were standardized at 3025 square yards or 5/8 acre (0.2529 hectare). In Nepal the bigha equals about 0.677 hectare (1.67 acres). The bigha was divided into 20 katthas, and each kattha contained 20 dhurs.
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Old 05-30-2010, 11:11 PM
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1 gaj = (1 Yard ) its English conversion
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How many gaj in one beegha.
or how many beegha in a qila
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10 ghaj how many cm
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