Understanding Adangal in Andhra Pradesh
Understanding Adangal in Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh Adangal

What is Adangal?

Adangal is one of the main documents for agricultural lands, issued by the state government. It contains land details like owner of the land, the area of the land, and also agricultural details like the type of cultivation.

Adangal is a revenue record. This means that it is an official record issued by the Mandal Revenue Office of a particular Village. 

Adangals are useful in real estate transactions like buying and selling land and are also used in getting farm-related subsidies from the government. They are useful land records.

How to download Adangal in AP?

In AP, the Adangal of survey number in a village is available on MeeBhoomi Andhra Pradesh portal

The fastest way to download Adangal land records is by using the Landeed mobile app. You can download an individual Adangal using a survey number or you can download an entire’s village Adangal

Download Adangal Using Survey Number

1.  Download the Landeed App: India's Fastest Online Document Search

2. Choose Andhra Pradesh State >Adangal

4. Start typing your Village and Division and choose from one of the options. Example: Eluru (R), Eluru (R.O), Eluru

4. Enter your Survey Number. Example: 1

5. Click Search

6. Download your Adangal land records

How to read Adangal?

The Adangal has information about the land owner, as well as the land itself. The following terms are found in an Adangal:

  1. LP Number - Layout Permission Number. It is a unique number given by the concerned village or mandal authority for the layout
  2. LP Extent (Acres-Cents) - The extent of the plot in Acres and Cents
  3. ULPIN - Unique Land Parcel Identification Number. It is a unique identification number given as part of the Digital India Land Records Modernisation Programme. 
  4. Old survey no - Since 2020, Andhra Pradesh has been undergoing a resurvey where survey numbers are being re-assigned. The old survey number is the survey number before this resurvey
  5. Classification and sub-classification of land - contains information about what soil type (e.g. dry land, wetland) and what can cultivated on it
  6. Water stream - contains information about any water streams through the land and the water rate
  7. Account no. - the land owner’s account number. The account number of the land owner remains constant across different survey numbers. It is used to calculate the total yield of the farmer and accordingly apply taxes and subsidies
  8. Pattadar Name – Name of the land owner - land ownership details
  9. Area of Pattadar’s land (acre-cents) - area of the land
  10. Farming nature - nature of farming that has been happening on the land
  11. Name of Farmer - Name of the person who is actually farming the land. It may or may not be the owner of the land
  12. Area of Farming (Acre-cents) - Area of the cultivation region in acres and cents
  13. Remarks - Any remarks by the government authorities. Usually, this is left blank

Uses of Adangal

Adangal during the buying/selling of land

The Adangal is useful when buying or selling lands. It gives information on who is the current owner of the land. It also lists the area of the land, and what kind of farming is currently being carried out.

By getting older adangals, one can also assess the previous owners, and how the land was being used before.

Adangal for farming uses

With information like the nature of the land, classification of land, type of soil, water streams, etc. the Adangal can be used to understand the farming nature of the land.

It can be used to apply for any farming schemes declared by the government.

Adangal vs ROR 1B

The ROR-1B is also an important document for agricultural lands. 

The Adangal only contains descriptions of the agricultural land and the owner's name.

The ROR-1B (Record of Rights) contains the mutation date also. It is used to understand how agricultural land has been transferred from one person to another.


Adangals are an important part of agricultural documentation, issued by the Andhra Pradesh government. They are used when buying and selling lands, and also to avail easy access to government services. 

When considering agricultural lands, one must also get the ROR 1B to know the mutation date and history of agricultural land. Downloading village map will help you find your land records geographically.

Landeed is India’s Fastest Online Document Search for any property documents. You can get documents across 20+ states in India. Landeed is used by more than 10 lakh Indians to secure their property documents online.

For Andhra Pradesh documents, use the Landeed app to download Adangal, download RoR 1-B, download EC (Encumbrance Certificate) online, order a Certified Copy of Sale Deed, download the table of disputed lands, get Market Value, list of Prohibited Lands. and village map

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