Chanvar fields encompass single plot of 96,000 bhigas of cultivable land without any houses on it. It is part of Gangetic flood plains of Mirzapur district in Uttar Pradesh. (Bhiga means wet or wetted; 1 bhiga = 100 square rods, 3025 square yards or 0.2529 hectares; 96,000 bhigas accordingly encompasses 60,000 acres.)
- ^ Turner, Sir Ralph Lilley; Dorothy Rivers Turner (January 2006) . A comparative dictionary of the Indo-Aryan languages (Accompanied by three supplementary volumes: indexes, compiled by Dorothy Rivers Turner: 1969. – Phonetic analysis: 1971. – Addenda et corrigenda: 1985. ed.). London: Oxford University Press. p. 542. Retrieved 31 December 2012.
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