India Pin Code & Post Office Directory

PIN Code List for Post Offices in 28 states & 8 union territories in India

Pin codes have been an important part of Indian postal services. It was introduced with the aim of categorizing places with a unique six digit code. Postal index numbers also known as PIN codes have their significance in locating the right place and address. The Pin code postal system was launched on 15 August 1972 by Shri Ram Bhikaji Velankar an additional secretary in the Government of India's Ministry of Communications. The pincode postal system includes six digit numbers that are used to send letters, parcels and other postal documents to the right address with ultimate accuracy.

State Head post office Sub Post Office Branch Post office
Andaman & Nicobar IslandsPort Blair 2675
Andhra PradeshGuntakal 15338754
Arunachal PradeshItanagar 48246
AssamBarpeta 6093363
BiharAurangabad (BH) 10367956
ChandigarhChandigarh G.P.O4011
ChattisgarhJagdalpur 3372663
Dadra & Nagar Haveli435
Daman & Diu713
DelhiSansad Marg 384145
GoaPanaji 102153
GujaratDholka 13007353
HaryanaAmbala G.P.O4882103
Himachal PradeshBilaspur (Bilaspur- HP) 4472137
Jammu & KashmirAnantnag 2601366
JharkhandBokaro Steel City 4452639
KarnatakaJamkhandi 16647746
KeralaCherthala 14493556
Madhya PradeshBalaghat 10276571
MaharashtraAhmednagar 206410263
ManipurImphal 55643
MeghalayaShillong G.P.O64409
MizoramAizawl 41370
NagalandKohima 46284
OdishaAngul 11606925
PondicherryPondicherry 2864
PunjabAmritsar G.P.O7053083
RajasthanAjmer 12998218
SikkimGangtok 27183
Tamil NaduMylapore 25589212
TelanganaMancherial 8264902
TripuraDharmanagar 77628
Uttar PradeshAgra 249014102
UttarakhandRanikhet 3732164
West BengalBankura 17456932

Every number in postal codes has its own unique identity. There are overall nine postal zones in India, It includes eight regional zones and one functional zone is kept for the Indian Army. The first number represents the zone of the country, the second number represents the sub-region and the third number signifies the district. The rest numbers represent the location of the post office. This gives a unique identity to all physical addresses of the country which helps the department in terms of post office jurisdiction.

India Post plans to introduce a 12-digit unique code called DAC(Digital Address Code)for every house in India based on geo coordinates.

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