Bajra (pearl millet ) is the fifth most important cereal crop in India. India is the largest producer of Bajra in the world with large land acreage under Bajra cultivation. Bajra crop survives under adverse climatic conditions and can be grown in land with less water. It is well adapted to growing areas characterized by drought, low land soil fertility, and high temperature. It is grown in low rainfall regions. Bajra is grown as a Kharif season crop in northern India; but with irrigation it can be grown as a summer crop in southern India. Rajasthan grows more than 40% of India’s Bajra cultivation followed by Gujrat, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and other states.

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Developed land house avilable farm house
built up house, bore well , well, internal pipline is ready, near to maeb office of vinchur..

Agriculature land in Bamni, matoshri collage road
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In Haryana sale 2 Acres agricultural land in kotarkhana village .1 acre agricultural land on main road and 2 a..


(L - Lands, P - Plots)
  • Andhra Pradesh (L-48, P-85)
  • Assam (L-2, P-0)
  • Bihar (L-1, P-1)
  • Gujarat (L-1, P-20)
  • Haryana (L-5, P-10)
  • Himachal Pradesh (L-0, P-1)
  • Jharkhand (L-1, P-0)
  • Karnataka (L-10, P-3)
  • Kerala (L-16, P-4)
  • Madhya Pradesh (L-3, P-1)
  • Maharashtra (L-48, P-8)
  • New Delhi (L-0, P-1)
  • Orissa (L-5, P-0)
  • Punjab (L-1, P-1)
  • Rajasthan (L-3, P-1)
  • Tamil Nadu (L-14, P-10)
  • Uttar Pradesh (L-4, P-12)
  • West Bengal (L-2, P-1)