Gunta

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Gunta also Guntha is a measure of area. This unit is typically used to measure the size of a piece of land.

In India[edit]

  • 1 Guntha = 33 ft (10 m). x 33 ft (10 m). = 1,089 sq ft (101.2 m2)[1][2]
  • 40 Gunthas = 1.0 Acre
  • 4 Acre = 1 Kurgi

In Pakistan[edit]

Other units were used alongside Imperial measures[3]

  • 1 Anna = 20.16 sq yd
  • 6 Anna = 1 Guntha = 121 square yard
  • 4 Guntha = 1 Jareeb = 484 square yard
  • 4 Jareeb = 1 Kanee = 1936 square yard
  • 10 Jareeb = 1 Acre = 4840 square yard
  • 25 Acres = 1 Marabba

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About 1 lb. of seed per guntha (one-fortieth acre) is sown broadcast on the seed bed." Watt, George (1908). The Commercial Products of India. London: John Murray. Retrieved 23 June 2010. 
  2. ^ http://landsofmaharashtra.com/landmeasurementunits.html
  3. ^ World Weights and Measures: Handbook for Statistians. New York: United Nations. 1966. p. 79.