About Pin Code

Indian Postal department use Postal Index Number(PIN) or Pincode for post office numbering. PIN code is a 6 digit code is used to find out delivery Post Offices in India. The PIN codes are divided in 9 zones. The first digit represents the region. The second digits represents the sub-region, and the third digit represents the district of that region.

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Pin Code 140101 Post Office Morinda S.O
Taluk District Ropar
State PUNJAB Circle Punjab
Region Chandigarh HQ Division Chandigarh
Office Type S.O Delivery? Delivery