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Q: How many yards in one marla?

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There are 30.25 square yards in one marla. Therefore, 10 marla is equal to 10 x 30.25 = 302.5 square yards.

120 square yards = 3.97 marla approx.

Using the current Indian marla (25 square yards), there are 193.6 marla to the acre.Using the traditional marla (as in Pakistan, called the big marla), there are 160 marla to the acre, each being 30.25 square yards.

100 sq yards = 3.31 marlas approx.

Approx 33 marla.

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There are 30.25 square yards in a marla.

This is a measurement for land in Punjab.one 'marla' is 9 square karams (272.25 sq ft)(30.25 gaj)one 'karam' is 5.5 ft

There are 30.25 square yards in a marla. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 500 square yards is equal to 500/30.25 = 16.53 marla.

1 Marla = 30.25 sq yards = 25.2928 sq m = 272.25 sq feet = 0.00625 Acre = 0.05 Kanals

1300square yard to marla

Not sure about maral.There are 19.8 approx marla in 600 sq yards.

There are two competing sizes for a marla:The modern Indian marla is 225 square feet (25 square yards, 0.005 acre).The traditional (Pakistani) "big marla", as codified by the British is 272.25 square feet. (30.25 square yards, 1 square rod, or 1/160 acre)

A yard is a unit of length. A marla is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

One marla is equal to 272.25 square feet. Therefore, 14 marla is equal to 14 x 272.25 = 3811.5 square feet.

1 marla contains 9 sarsahi. 1 sarsahi contains 30.25 square ft.

6 Marla

82.6446 marla in 300 feet