1) mutation is only for payment of property taxes . It is not evidence of title
2) what is area reflected in sale deed ?
3) if as per sale deed your area is one khata and 6 Chatak you would be owner of said plot of land
4)bombay high Court in Nalini w/o Onkar Patil v. Girdhar Kashinath Patil and Ors., reported in 2002(4) Mh.LJ. 728, after taking note of various provisions of law contained in the said Code as well as the said rules has already held that the intimation regarding the acquisition of rights in respect of immovable property worth Rs. 100/- or above must be accompanied by an appropriate document in support of such claim of acquisition of right in the property. It has been further observed therein that "It is, therefore clear that while exercising powers for mutation of entry pursuant to the request in that regard either orally or in writing by a person claiming to have acquired right as specified under Section 149 of the Code, the Talathi is required to insist and to consider the documentary evidence in support of such claim before effecting any mutation of entry when the property apparently appears to be worth Rs. 100 or more
It is well settled law that the entries in the revenue records are basically for revenue purposes and do not by themselves constitute title to the property in favour of any person. Such entries can, undoubtedly, be corroborative piece of evidence to establish the certain rights of the parties in relation to property but they themselves cannot create any title in favour of any person in relation to any immovable property.