Chhattisgarh Pin Codes




The Chhattisgarh Pin Code helps in the quick delivery of urgent letters and important documents to the desired destination. The pin code or the Postal Index Code is a six or eight digit number that enables to locate a particular place without any inconvenience. The system of assigning a particular set of number to a particular place within a state was started with the establishment of the postal delivery system.

Each particular number of the six or eight digit code has significance and denotes a meaning. The first and the second number of a particular pin code denote the sub region or the postal circle of a place. The first three consecutive digits denote the revenue district of the particular place. The last three consecutive numbers of the postal index code denote the particular post office where the letters or the important documents are to be delivered.

The Chhattisgarh Pin Code of the different areas is six digit pin codes. Some of the pin codes of the notable districts of Chhattisgarh are:
  • Raigarh- 496001
  • Durg- 491001
  • Raipur- 492001
  • Jagdalpur- 494001
  • Bilaspur- 495001
  • Rajnandgaon- 491441
  • Ambikapur- 497001



Last Updated on: 29th March 2013

     


     

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