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Nagar Pin Code is designed to provide you accurate and timely information on postal index numbers in India, so that packages, parcels, mails and correspondence can reach their intended destination.
A Postal Index Number refers to a six- number law in the Indian postal law system used by Indian Post. The chances of your letter reaching its intended recipient increase when you remember to include the destination pin code when sending a letter or parcel via the Indian postal system or by courier.
There are so many cities, towns and villages in India that finding the right person or place can be a real challenge for the Indian postal service and for couriers. The Indian Postal Service introduced the 6-digit Postal Index Number (Pin) Code on 15 August 1972 to improve the efficiency of letter delivery.
In the Indian postal code system, a PIN code is a six-digit code used by India Post, every digit in these codes indicates a specific meaning, also known as Zip codes or area codes, The PIN code system was introduced on 15 August 1972 by Shriram Bhikaji Velankar.