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1. Guntha to Acre
You can convert Guntha to Acre by multiplying Guntha with 0.025.
To convert 5 Guntha into Acre:
= 5 Guntha
= 5 * 0.025 Acre
= 0.125 Acre
✔ Guntha is one of the traditional land measurement units employed in some parts of India. It is also called Gunta in some states.
✔ Guntha is mainly employed to measure plots and lands in India’s western and southern states, including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Odisha. It is mainly employed in rural areas and for measuring shorter land parcels, usually less than an acre.
✔ Officially, Guntha is equivalent to 101.17 square meters (sq m), 121 square yards (sq yd), or 1,089 square feet (sq. ft). Further, 40 Guntha create one acre. However, one Guntha is unofficially guided to in Maharashtra as 100 sq m. or 1,076.4 sq ft.
✔ The unit of measurement known as an acre has been used worldwide to measure land for a very long time.
✔ An acre is an area that spans one furlong in length and four rods in width.
✔ The area of one acre can be calculated for land that comes in various shapes, such as rectangles, circles, and even pentagons.
✔ As long as the total area of such land does not exceed 43,560 square feet, the land equivalent to one acre can have any length or width.
✔ For example, a piece of land equal to one acre can accommodate up to 16 tennis courts.
2. Dimensions of Guntha
|1 Guntha||0.025 Acre|
|40 Gunthas||1 Acre|
|1 Guntha||0.454 ground|
|1 Guntha||121 sq yd (sq yd is also called ‘Vaar’ in Gujarat)|
|1 Guntha||101.17 sq m|
|1 Guntha||1,089 sq ft|
Read Also: Guntha to Square Yard Conversion
|Verified Article By Er. Madhu Krishna Poudel|