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Post Office You May Find:

State NameDistrictPost Office NamePincode
HIMACHAL PRADESHKANGRAGhuggar SO176061
JHARKHANDRANCHIJilingserenge BO835225
MAHARASHTRASATARANagthane S.O415519
ODISHADEOGARHSaida B.O768110
ASSAMHAILAKANDIHailakandi Bazar B.O788152
TAMIL NADUTIRUVANNAMALAIPuthur BO632512
CHHATTISGARHJANJGIR-CHAMPAChoria BO495686
CHANDIGARHCHANDIGARHSector 26 Chandigarh SO160019
CHHATTISGARHRAIPURKrishak Nagar SO492012
GUJARATNARMADANava Rajuvadia BO393140

India Pin code List | Pin Code List of India | All India State Pin Code

Here you are being given the list of Pin Code of all the states of India. Which is made in a very systematic way. Through which you will be very easy to find the Pincode of any place.

There are 36 states in India, you will get to see the list of Pin Code of all the States.

Pin Code List of India

Andaman & Nicobar Islands    

 

Haryana  

Nagaland

Andhra Pradesh     

 

Himachal Pradesh  

Orissa      

Arunachal Pradesh

 

Jammu & Kashmir  

Pondicherry   

Assam

 

Jharkhand

Punjab

Bihar       

 

Karnataka        

Rajasthan        

Chandigarh     

 

Kerala      

Sikkim     

Chhattisgarh  

 

Lakshadweep 

Tamil Nadu     

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

 

Madhya Pradesh

Telangana

Daman & Diu  

 

Maharashtra   

Tripura   

Delhi        

 

Manipur 

Uttar Pradesh

Goa 

 

Meghalaya       

Uttarakhand   

Gujarat

 

Mizoram

West Bengal

 What is pin code?

Pin code is a number, which is allotted through the post office, the pin code of each place is different. Through which you can easily reach the city, district, village, of any area.

 Pin Code History.

 The Indian Postal Service of the Government of India issued a 6 digit postal index number, pin code on 15 August 1972. In fact, in a vast country like India, reaching all the villages, all the people, any goods was a challenging task. To make it easy, the pin code number was allotted to make it accessible to all the small villages and areas.

Composition of Pin Code Number.

There are 36 states in India with about 710 districts, of which about 892673

Localities and the number of Post Offices is 154796. Where the postal service has been allotted a pin code to ensure delivery.

Pin code is a post office code system used by India Post. This code is of six digits. The first digit of the pin code represents the state of India. Which has been made from 1 to 8 parts, the number 9 is shown to the military post office. The first 2 digits together represent the sub-region. Whereas 3 numbers from the front indicate the district. And the last 3 digits are shown for the post office delivering the goods. Allotting the pin code number makes postal work simple and easy.

First 2 Digits of Pincode

Postal Circle

11

Delhi

12 13

Haryana

14 16

Punjab

17

Himachal Pradesh

18 – 19

Jammu & Kashmir

20 – 28

Uttar Pradesh

30 – 34

Rajasthan

36 – 39

Gujarat

40 – 44

Maharashtra

45 – 48

Madhya Pradesh

49

Chhattisgarh

50 – 53

Andhra Pradesh

50 -53

Telangana

56 -59

Karnataka

60 – 64

Tamil Nadu

67 – 69

Kerala

682

Lakshadweep

70 – 74

West Bengal

744

Andaman & Nicobar

75 – 77

Orissa

78

Assam

79

Arunachal Pradesh

79

Manipur

79

Meghalaya

79

Mizoram

79

Nagaland

79

Tripura

80 – 85

Bihar

80 – 83 – 92

Jharkhand

90 – 99

Army Postal Service

FAQ ....

What is the postal code of Digit in India?

In India, the postal code system is called Pin Code, which stands for Postal Index Number. A PIN code is a 6-digit code used by the Indian Postal Service to identify specific locations within India. The first digit represents the region, the second digit represents the sub-region, and the third digit represents the sorting district within the region. The last three digits represent the specific post office or delivery area.

What is the use of postal code?

Postal codes, also known as zip codes or postcodes, are used by postal services to help identify a specific location for the purpose of delivering mail and packages. The use of postal codes ensures that mail and packages are delivered to the correct destination in a timely and efficient manner. Postal codes are especially useful in areas of high population density or in large cities where many streets may have the same name. They also help postal services sort and route mail more efficiently, reducing the chance of errors or delays.

How to find my postal code?

Your postal code, also known as zip code, can usually be found in a few different ways: Check your mail or bills. Your postal code may be listed on envelopes or letters you receive in the mail, as well as on bills or other documents. Ask the Postal Service Provider: You can also contact your local postal service provider, they will be able to provide you with your postal code. Check online directories. Some online directories, such as the YellowPages or WhitePages, may also provide your postal code when you search for your address.

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