Pincode or Postal Index Number Code in India is the unique identification number of a post office. It is the detail that’s used in mailing address across India. Every Post office in India posses one Postal Index number. For eg: the pin code or postal index number of Navi Mumbai post office is ___.
This helps the mailing department in India to reach the letter easily. Even if the place or sate or district is not specified or unclear in an address written on the mail, with the correct pincode it can reach the post office to which the address belongs.
Each letter in a pin code hides a code to identify the location. The first numeral symbolises the state in India.
For instance, the pincode of place in Kerala is 679335, in which first numeral i.e 6 symbolises state Kerala.
Below here is the states and their codes in a pincode.1- delhi
Abdurahiman Nagar | Adakkakundu | Adakkaputhur | Agali | Akalur | Akkaparamba | Alanallur | Alangad | Alankode | Alathiyur | Alathurpadi | Aliparamba | Amarambalam | Amarambalam South | Amayur(Ernad) | Amayur(Ottappalam) | Ambalakkadavu Ambalavattom | Amminikkad | Anakkara