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Top 10 Pin Code List Searched On 08-06-2023

  • Pin Code of BIHAR is 843325
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  • Pin Code of PUNJAB is 143101
  • Pin Code of UTTARAKHAND is 249145
  • Pin Code of UTTAR PRADESH is 225409
  • Pin Code of MADHYA PRADESH is 472221
  • Pin Code of GUJARAT is 391160
  • Pin Code of ANDHRA PRADESH is 522304
  • Pin Code of HARYANA is 136035
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  • Pin Code of KERALA is 679325
  • Pin Code of TAMIL NADU is 621116

  • Pin Code is also called the Postal Index Number or more popularly known as PIN CODE or Zip Code or Postal Code. Pin Code in India has six digits numeric code. Number of digits may vary from country to country. Pin Code in India is used for postal services in India post. All states, city and area are divided based on the pin code number. Nowadays mostly courier companies also use the pin code number to calculate the shipping cost.
    Postal Index Number (PIN) or Zip code is a 6 digit number. There are many regions in India that have different pin codes that you search using our pin code tool. Example pin code 110096
    Pin code is not created by us. It is created by government authorities. Whenever any new religion or state or area is defined by the India government then they assign the pin code for that specific area.
    There are many uses of the pin code or zip code in India. Some of the important uses of postal services and courier services. There are also some other uses of the pin code in many other sectors.
    Pin codes have six digits because their pattern or rule is set by the India Postal service. First digit of the pin code shows the region and the second digit indicates the sub region. The third digit indicates the revenue / sorting district.
    You can use our pin code tool to check your pin code.
    You can use the pin code locator tool at our website to check pin code by location. First please select your state and then select the district and then proceed accordingly. You can search all India pin codes by our pin code locator tool.
    In India pin codes have fixed patterns. First digit of the pin code shows the zone and the second digit indicates the sub-zone and the third digit combines the first two digits and shows the district in that zone. The final three digits are assigned to the post office name.
    As there is no hard and fast rule to remember the pin code but once you will use this many times then it will be easy for you to remember your pin code.
    Last three digits of the pin code represent the sorting district.
    India has lots of pin code based on state and city. You can use our pin code locator tool for this.
    Shriram Bhikaji introduced the Pin Code on 15th August 1972.
    Shriram Bhikaji Velankar invented the pin code system in India. The objective of this invention is sorting mail and speeding up mail transmission.

    Pin Code is also called the Postal Index Number or more popularly known as PIN CODE or Zip Code or Postal Code. Pin Code in India has six digits numeric code. Number of digits may vary from country to country. Pin Code in India is used for postal services in India post. All states, city and area are divided based on the pin code number. Nowadays mostly courier companies also use the pin code number to calculate the shipping cost.