Meebhoomi- Andhra Pradesh Land Records

Date: 21-January,2021Last Updated: 26-September,2022
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Indian Government has implemented digitization all over the country to avoid mishaps and misuse of any major assets. The digitalization of land records was carried out in India by launching a program called DILRMP (Digital India Land Records Modernization Programme) in August 2008.

The main aim of DILRMP is to have a system revised and organized of updated land records that have integration between spatial and textual records.

The DILRMP includes 3 major sections, that is (i) Computerization of land record (ii) Survey/re-survey (iii) Computerization of Registration.

The major objective of the DILRMP is to lower the land and property dispute and to encourage transparency with the land records or any information related to it.

Registered land records or property title documents must be provided by the government of India as evidence of ownership to support the real estate industry through the completion of projects and faster transactions.

What is Meebhoomi?

Meebhoomi translates to "Your Land", it is the digital land record registry initiated by the government of Andhra Pradesh in the year 2005. It was started by the Revenue department.

Any information about ownership details and any information about a particular property can be easily accessed by people. The Meebhoomi portal offers the public the information of:

The land information and Record of Rights (ROR) can be downloaded by the landowners from the Meebhoomi portal, these documents are also known as 1- B or Adangal.


Adangal is also termed as 'Village count number 3', it is a document maintained by the village administrators. the documents have a detailed record of the land, soil type, the crops grown, liabilities, nature, and many other factors.

Viewing and downloading the Meebhoomi Adangal on the website:

  • You need to visit the Meebhoomi website and click on the 'Adangal' option.
  • Under the Adangal option you have two sub-options, 'Your Adangal' or 'Village Adangal', choose according to your requirement.
  • It will direct you to a page where you will have to fill in a few details regarding the land and yourself. After entering the details, click on the "Click" option.
  • If you have completed the process correctly, your document will be downloaded.
  • In case of any errors, you can contact the particular area's Tashshildar Office.

Record of right 1- B

1-B document is also known as the ROR or Right of Record. An extricated land record is held and maintained by the Revenue Department of Andhra Pradesh.

Before the digitization of property records, a register was maintained by the Tahsildar to list out the land and its owners.

The 1- B document can be used in obtaining bank loans or in court proceedings.

Viewing and downloading the 1- B document from the Mee Bhoomi website:

  • You need to visit the Meebhoomi website and click on the '1-B' option.
  • Under the 1- B option you have two sub-options, 'Your 1- B' or 'Village 1- B', choose according to your requirement.
  • It will direct you to a page where you will have to fill in a few details regarding the land and yourself. After entering the details, click on the "Click" option.
  • By clicking the "Mutation Information by Dategaum" also the 1- B data mutation records can be accessed. The option is on the right side of the portal page.

Meebhoomi in Andhra Pradesh

Currently, the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh is Jaganmohan Reddy and the housing minister is Sri Ranganath Reddy.

The Meebhoomi website was implemented even before the separation of the state to Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

Meebhoomi portal is the land record website for Andhra Pradesh and Dharani is a portal in Telangana.

Services available on Mee Bhoomi Portal

There are multiple services available on the Mee Bhoomi portal, that include:

  • Mee Bhoomi and Mee Seva issues report
  • Pattadar Passbook Statistics
  • Land records Aadhaar Card linkages
  • Electronic Passbooks
  • List of village landlords
  • Survey Numbers
  • Andhra Pradesh 1-B land records
  • Patta names
  • Andhra Pradesh field measurement book (AP FMB)

Features of Meebhoomi

  • On-line access to the land records is provided on the website.
  • Any Complaints or queries regarding the land or property records can be submitted on the Meebhoomi website.
  • There is a mobile application, where all the features can be accessed easily.
  • You can view the field measurement book and the village maps on the official website.
  • The Mee bhoomi portal can be approached from any district of Andhra Pradesh.
  • The process of receiving impediment certificates or property documents with transparency is supported by the website.
  • The status of any required process is provided and conveyed through a message.
  • You can easily link your mobile number to the land record you own.

Check your complaint status on Meebhoomi

The changes that you require in the Adangal and 1- B document can be monitored by you. We will let you know the details on how you can check the status.

  • First, you should visit the Mee bhoomi portal, and on the top menu click on 'Complaints.'
  • Further, you have to choose the option 'Status of your complaint', from the drop-down menu.
  • Then you will have to select the district of your land and enter your complaint number.
  • If followed the steps accordingly, the details will be displayed on the screen.

How to link documents with Meebhoomi?

You can link and verify if your mobile number, Aadhar card, or other identity documents are linked to your land records.

Visit the official website of Meebhoomi and click on the option "Aadhar/ Other Identities"

  • On the directed page enter the required details and after entering them click on the option 'get details.'
  • The documents that you upload have to be in a PDF format and the images have to be in a JPEG format.
  • You can also monitor the status of Aadhar and other identities by choosing the "Aadhar and other identities status" under the Aadhar and other identities option.

How to acquire an electronic passbook in Andhra Pradesh?

Landowners can have access to E-passbook by using the Mee bhoomi portal and have an approach to the passbook easily.

  • Visit the official website of Meebhoomi and click on the option "Electronic Passbook."
  • It will direct you to a page where you will have to fill in a few details regarding the land and yourself. After entering the details, click on the "Click" option.
  • On completing this process you will have access to an electronic passbook.

So we hope , you got a clear picture on Meebhoomi Adangal.

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