|pin code in bihar||1.01||0.3||1077||38|
|aurangabad bihar pin code||0.86||1||1952||83|
|bihar sharif pin code||0.43||0.5||7377||17|
|patna bihar pin code||0.82||0.8||3748||4|
|gaya bihar pin code||0.82||0.7||2765||16|
|siwan bihar pin code||1.63||0.7||9968||75|
|muzaffarpur bihar pin code||0.57||0.2||3406||31|
|purnia bihar pin code||0.42||0.7||1034||52|
|aurangabad bihar pin code number||0.98||0.8||8854||36|
|aurangabad bihar pin code list||1.97||0.4||4717||47|
|goh aurangabad bihar pin code||1.79||0.9||918||71|
|madanpur aurangabad bihar pin code||1.63||1||5840||29|
|amba aurangabad bihar pin code||1.13||0.9||8866||75|
|aurangabad bihar obra pin code||1.47||0.3||8451||97|
In India, the six digit number in the pin code is sorted by the Indian Postal Department. The first digit in the pin code represents one of the geographical regions of India.What is Pin code?
Pin Code stands for Postal Index Number Code. Also known as Zip code or the area postal code, it holds importance as the entire postal system of the country works around it. The zip code provides all the information related to your address and all important deliveries ranging from letters to couriers or online purchases are depended on this code.Is there a difference between Pin code and ZIP code?
No, there is no difference between the pin code and the zip code of your locations. Pin Code stands for Postal Index Number Code, which is also known as Zip code or the area postal code which is the post office numbering code system used by the postal services of India.