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1st 2 Digits, Postal Circle :
11 - Delhi|12 - 13 Haryana|14 - 16 Punjab|17 - Himachal Pradesh|18 - 19 Jammu & Kashmir
20 - 28 Uttar Pradesh|30 - 34 Rajasthan|36 - 39 Gujarat|40 - 44 Maharashtra
45 - 48 Madhya Pradesh|49 - Chhattisgarh|50 - 53 Andhra Pradesh|56 - 59 Karnataka
60 - 64 Tamil Nadu|67 - 69 Kerala|682- Lakshadweep|70 - 74 West Bengal|744- Andaman & Nicobar
75 - 77 Orissa|78 - Assam|79 - Arunachal Pradesh|79 - Manipur|79 - Meghalaya|79 - Mizoram
79 - Nagaland|79 - Tripura|80 - 85 Bihar|80 - 83, 92 Jharkhand
The postal code of india, pin codes of india and zip postal codes of india was first established by the East India Company under the current format. The original name that was used for the postal service was “Company Dawk”. The first post office was established in Bombay / Madras in 1688. The first governor of Bengal, Warren Hastings opened the postal service to the general public. He had the supervisory powers over the Bombay and madras region in 1774. To govern the postal services effectively, the first Indian post office Act was formed in 1837. The first adhesive postage stamps were introduced on 1st October 1854, which became the first adhesive stamp in Asia.
Postal Code Meaning:
The pin codes of india have 6 digit numerical numbers and there are 8 PIN regions in the country, where the first digit indicates one of the regions, second digit of postal code of india indicates the sub region or the postal circles. The first 3 digit together indicates a sorting / revenue district and the last 3 digit together refers to the delivery post office. The zip postal code of india is +91 that are used while sending any international mails or while filing the international forms.
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