LOCATE POST OFFICE and Pincode of a post office IN INDIA
(Select State then District then Post Office to see Pincode Details)
Total 1,54,823 Post Offices/Pincode Listed.
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|Sr.No.||Stat Name||No. of Post Offices|
|1||Andaman And Nicobar Islands||102|
|8||Dadra And Nagar Haveli||39|
|9||Daman And Diu||20|
|15||Jammu And Kashmir||1685|
From this largest postal network of India, it is difficult to remember the Pin code of particular State or District or City. So here we have provided the Post Office / Pin Code Search engine to help you locate a particular area pin code. Here you can also locate a post office address or any area by using Pin Code. This Pin code search engine helps to locate the post office or pin code details of all 29 states and 7 Union Territories of India. So use this Pin Code / Post Office locator to locate any post office / pincode in India.
India is the seventh-largest country by area. It has the largest Postal Network in the world with over 1, 54,823 Post Offices. In that 1, 39,144 (i.e. 89.76%) are in the rural areas. During the time of Independence, there were approximately 23,344 Post Offices. They were primarily in urban areas. At present it also expanded to rural areas that too focusing primarily in rural areas. On an average, in India, a Post Office serves a population of 7175 people and an area of 21.21 Sq. Km.About Postal Index Number (PIN) Code:
A Postal Index Number (PIN) or Pin code is a code used by India Post (the Indian postal administration) in the post office numbering or post code system. The Pin code is six digits long. This Pin Code system was introduced on 15th August 1972. In order to simplify the manual sorting and delivery of mail to correct address this Pin code system is introduced. It eliminates the confusion over similar place names, incorrect addresses and different languages used by the public in India. There are 9 PIN zones in India in which 8 are regional zones and one is functional zone. This functional zone is for Indian Army.
In Pin code the first digit indicates the region. The second digit indicates the sub-region. The third digit of Pin code indicates the sorting district within the region. The last 3 digits of Pincode are assigned to individual post offices. Example of a PIN is given below.
Example:Here is the example of Pin Code structure for the area of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, India.