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Find Post Office List By 517401. Search Post Office List by 517401. (Type Correctly your PinCode in the URL to find the Post Office List)
Instructions :- Type your PinCode in the Search Box and Click the Search button or Type Your Pincode in the URL to Search Post Office.
(Invalid and Blank field will return no result)
Search For Office Name
|Sl No.||Office Name||District||StateName||Details|
|1.||Arimanipenta B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|2.||Bandarlapalle B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|3.||Konganapalle B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|4.||Muddanapalle B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|5.||Naniyala B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|6.||Pallikuppam B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|7.||Peddur RKPM B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|8.||Rajupeta B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|9.||Ramakuppam S.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|10.||Santhabandapalle B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
|11.||Veeranamala B.O||Chittoor||Andhra Pradesh||Details|
PinCode stands for Postal Index Number (PIN). Pincode is the numbering of the post office or post code system used by India Post. The PINcode of India is 6 digits long. 1st digit reflects region, 2nd the sub-region, 3rd the sorting district, and last 3 numbers represent the post office code. India has nine PIN zones.
1. HO :- Head Office / Head Post Office
2. SO :- Sub Office / Sub Post Office
3. BO :- Branch Office / Branch Post Office
https://fah-tool.org/pincode/<--6 Digit PinCode Here-->
Type this on address bar to see Post Office List Details / Address by PinCode.
A PIN code consists of 6 digits.
You can visit https://fah-tool.org/pincode/search-with-pincode.php to find your PIN code.
India has a total of nine postal zones.
Shriram Bhikaji Velankar introduced the PinCode system on 15 August 1972.