Know about Pin code – Postal Index Number

Postal Index Number or PIN or Pin code is the numbering of the post office or post code system used by India Post. The PIN code is 6 digits long. First digit reflects region, second the sub-region, third the sorting district, and last three represent the post office code. India has nine PIN zones.
1st 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 and Uttarakhand
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
70 – 74 West Bengal
75 – 77 Orissa
78 – Assam
79 – Arunachal Pradesh
79 – Manipur
79 – Meghalaya
79 – Mizoram
79 – Nagaland
79 – Tripura
80 – 85 Bihar and Jharkand
90 – 99 APS

 

 

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