or Select a State from these:
All states in India is given below. Click for more information about the state Post office and it's services. To find Pin Codes details of other states, use the form below.
- ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS
- ANDHRA PRADESH
- ARUNACHAL PRADESH
- DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI
- DAMAN AND DIU
- HIMACHAL PRADESH
- JAMMU AND KASHMIR
- MADHYA PRADESH
- TAMIL NADU
- UTTAR PRADESH
- WEST BENGAL
PIN Code FAQ?
What is PIN or Postal Code?
PIN code stands for Postal Index Number code. Postal Index Number (PIN) or PIN Code is a 6 digit code of Post Office numbering used by India Post. Indian Postal Service introduced the 6 Digit Zip code or PIN Code on 15th August 1972, in order to make the process of delivering letters and parcels more efficient.
The Indian Postal Service has designated 9 specific PIN regions across the country, out of which 8 are geographical regions and the 9th is reserved for the Indian Army.
How to Identify Postal Index Number?
The idea behind a PIN code is to allow a post office to quickly identify a locality and the delivery routes for that area.
This practice was originally introduced in 1963 by the Department of Posts, with the objective of delivering mail faster.
A PIN code has eleven digits, with four digits for the region and five digits for delivery routes. The first two digits represent the region from which mail is being posted.