# Introduction of Relation Between Biswa, Bigha, Acre and Hectare

In the early 19th century, the British introduced the metric system to India. The British required that all land be measured in acres, but the people of India had been using a traditional system of measurements. The relationship between the British and Indian measurements was not well understood, and there was much confusion. In this article, we will attempt to explain the relationships between the British and Indian measurements of Biswa, Bigha, Acre and Hectare.

## Relation Between Biswa, Bigha, Acre and Hectare in Up

• There is no definitive answer to this question since the measurements of biswa, bigha, acre, and hectare can vary depending on the region
• However, in general, one biswa is equivalent to one-tenth of a bigha, one bigha is equivalent to one-eighth of an acre, and one hectare is equivalent to 2.47 acres.

## How Many Square Feet in 1 Bigha

• There are 14400 square feet in 1 bigha.

## How Many Biswa in One Bigha

• There are fifty five (55) biswa in one bigha.

## How Many Bigha in One Acre

• There are 15 bigha in one acre.

## Conclusion

The outputs of all the variants showed that 1 bigaha is 20 biswa, 1 biswa is 150 sq ft and 1 bigha is equal to 27 thousand square feet. However, the results also showed that 1 Acre is 0.4047 hectare and 1 Hectare is 2.471 Acre.