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Convert Dhur to Acre

One Dhur is equal to 0.00008264462807 Acre
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About Dhur

Aside from the globally accepted measurement, a variety of local units are commonly used in India for the purpose of calculating land areas. One among these numerous units is dhur, a unit of area measurement primarily used in the eastern part of the country. When compared to measuring units like bigha and katha which are used to measure vast tracts of land in India, dhur is typically a unit denoting smaller pieces of land.

Mostly used in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Tripura and West Bengal, dhur denotes varying sizes depending on the specific state. In Bihar, it stands for over 68 sq ft of space while in Tripura it denotes 3.6 sq ft only.

The use of dhur is also common in Nepal.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common land measurement units in India?

Hectares, acres, square meters and square yards are some of the common land measurement units used across India. While Bigha and Marla are commonly used in the North, terms such as Cent, Guntha and Ground belong to the South. Depending upon the names of the units, their sizes also vary from State to State.

How much is Acre in Dhur terms?

One Acre is equal to 12100.0 Dhur. Click here to convert

How much is Dhur in Acre terms?

One Dhur is equal to 0.00008264462807 Acre.

What are the most common land measurement units in India?

Hectares, acres, square meters and square yards are some of the common land measurement units used across India. While Bigha and Marla are commonly used in the North, terms such as Cent, Guntha and Ground belong to the South. Depending upon the names of the units, their sizes also vary from State to State.