You can do Pincode Search here and get pincode list of any region of india. PIN (Postal Index Number) or Pincode is the numbering of the post office system used by Indian Post. There are total 9 PIN zones in India having 8 regional zones and 1 zone is fixed for the Indian Army. The Pincode is made of 6 digits. The first digit of the PIN code indicates the region, second digit indicates the sub-region and the third digit indicates the particular district in that region and final 3 digits are assigned to individual post offices.
India is such a large country with so many cities, towns and villages that finding the right place can be a challenging task for the Indian Postal Department. Making the process of delivering letters and parcels more efficient the Indian Postal service introduced the 6 digit Postal Index Number (PIN) Code on 15 August 1972. You can search and find the correct Pin code of post offices in India using allpincode.com. By entering the name of any place in India you can find the Postal Code or ZIP code of that particular place. Moreover you can search by Pin Code also.
Indian Postal department use Pincode or Postal Index Number (PIN) for post office numbering. The PINcode is six digits long that is used to find out delivery Post Offices in India. The Pincodes are divided in nine zones. First digit reflects region, second digit reflects sub-region, third digit reflects sorting district, and last three digit represent the post office code