Bigha to Cent, Calculate and Convert Bigha to Cent

What is Bigha? 

There are several local units used in the measurement of land in India, along with globally recognized units. Among these units are bighas, which are widely used as instruments of land measurement throughout the country. In addition to Nepal and Bangladesh, South Asian countries also enjoy this unit's popularity.

Kathas and bighas are the two most common units of land measurement in Bangladesh. Additionally, acres are a widely used unit of measure in the metric system. Each Acre of Bangladeshi land is divided into three bighas.

Fiji uses the bigha unit in addition to both units as a unit of land measurement. One Bigha is equal to one Acre.

Land measurements in the country's southern region are based on localized land measurements rather than this popular land measurement unit, Bigha.


What is Cent?

Among the various units of area measurement in India, the cent is widely used in southern states along with Guntha, Anakanam, and Ground. Some states still use the unit for determining areas, such as Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Telangana. In most parts, however, transactions in real estate are conducted in units of the metric system.

Small plots and nearby parcels of land less than 1 acre are usually measured with this tool. 


100 cents equals one Acre, so 100 cents is 1/100th of an acre. Another way of putting it is that one cent equals 435.6 square feet (sq ft).


How to convert Bigha to cent?

One Bigha is equal to 61.9813 cents. You need to multiply your number into this value to obtain the final result.

How to convert cent to Bigha?

One cent is equal to 0.016133898 Bigha. You need to multiply your number into this value to obtain the final result.


How many cents in one Bigha?

1 Bigha = 61.9813 cents

How many bighas in one cent?

1 cent = 0.016133898 cents.

How many bighas in one cent in Assam?

1 cent is equal to 0.03024722222 bighas in Assam.

How many bighas in one cent in Rajasthan?

1 cent is equal to 0.01599853076 bighas in Rajasthan.

What are the most common land measurement units in India?

Some typical land measurement units used throughout India include Hectares, acres, and square meters. Whereas Bigha and Marla are frequently used in the north, phrases like Cent, Guntha, are used in the south. They also vary in size from state to state depending on the name of the units.

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