Tamil Nadu Pin Code




 Districts of Tamil Nadu 
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Ariyalur Tamil Nadu
Chennai Tamil Nadu
Coimbatore Tamil Nadu
Cuddalore Tamil Nadu
Dharmapuri Tamil Nadu
Dindigul Tamil Nadu
Erode Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram Tamil Nadu
Kanyakumari Tamil Nadu
Karur Tamil Nadu
Krishnagiri Tamil Nadu
Madurai Tamil Nadu
Nagapattinam Tamil Nadu
Namakkal Tamil Nadu
Nilgiris Tamil Nadu
Perambalur Tamil Nadu
Pudukkottai Tamil Nadu
Ramanathapuram Tamil Nadu
Salem Tamil Nadu
Sivaganga Tamil Nadu
Thanjavur Tamil Nadu
Theni Tamil Nadu
Tiruchirappalli Tamil Nadu
Tirunelveli Tamil Nadu
Tiruvallur Tamil Nadu
Tiruvannamalai Tamil Nadu
Tiruvarur Tamil Nadu
Tuticorin Thoothukudi Tamil Nadu
Vellore Tamil Nadu
Villupuram Tamil Nadu
Virudhunagar Tamil Nadu




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