Postal Index Number or PIN is a six digit code used by Post Offices to sort and deliver letters and packages to correct addresses all over the country. The country has been divided into 8 PIN zones covering all the states and union territories. 1 functional zone is the Army Post Office. Thus, there is a total of 9 PIN zones. The PIN system was first introduced on 15th August 1972.
Postal communication is still widely used by government and private companies along with individuals to send important letters, packages and other kinds of things. Correct PIN code is necessary to get the letter or package delivered to the right address. Indiapincode.org allows you to get the PIN code of any area instantly. The website is useful for companies and individuals to find out the PIN code of any particular area so that they are able to write the correct PIN code on letters and packages. The website is a one-stop destination for correcting PIN codes of all postal areas in the country.
On the website, you need to first select the state where you want to send the letter or package from the drop down menu. As soon as you select the state, a brief information about the state’s PIN code and the number of post offices in the state along with a menu of the districts in the state appear. Select the district and the sub-district. Finally, select the region coming under the sub-district to get the PIN code.