[Nepali धुर] In the plain of Nepal, ? – 21st century, a unit of area, approximately 16.928 square meters¹. Other sources say 16.39 square meters. Conceived as a square, it is 1 jangir by 1 jangir, and the jangir is 13.5 feet if the bigha is taken as 270 feet by 270 feet. That would make the dhur 16.9316 square meters.
1. United Nations, 1966.
[Hindi] In India, ? – 19ᵗʰ century, a unit of land area = 1/20th of a biswa.
Dhúr, Dhoor, H. () A measure of land, the twentieth of a biswá.
Dhúrkí, ( ) The twentieth part of a dhúr.
H. H. Wilson, 1855, page 140.
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