Indore Pin Code

Indore Pin Codes facilitate the postal department with the proper indexing of the various places in the city. The pin codes at Indore ascertain the easy and convenient delivery of the ever increasing volume of postal correspondences in the city.
Apart from facilitating the efficient working of the postal system, the pin codes of Indore also aid in locating the important places in the city. The Indore city pin code is provided below:
  • Indore City: 452002

    The pin codes of the various places within Indore city and its adjoining areas are listed below:
  • Cantt: 452001
  • Agrawal Nagar: 452001
  • B K Colony: 452001
  • Govt College: 452001
  • Javeribagh: 452001
  • H O: 452001
  • Jail Road: 452001
  • Juni Indore: 452001
  • Manoramaganj: 452001
  • New Palasia: 452001
  • Mills: 452001
  • Sringar Colony: 452001
  • Tukoganj: 452001
  • Topkhana: 452001
  • Siyaganj: 452001
  • Cloth Market: 452002
  • Industrial Estate: 452002
  • Collectorate: 452002
  • Industrial Area: 452002
  • Vallabhnagar: 452002
  • Rambagh: 452002
  • V S Market: 452002
  • Rajmehalla: 452002
  • Malharganj: 452002
  • Pardesipura: 452002
  • Lokmanyanagar: 452002
  • Nandagar: 452002
  • Malwa Mills: 452002
  • Kumarkhadi: 452002
  • Yeshwant Road H O: 452004
  • Bijasen Road: 452005
  • Biyavani: 452005
  • Bada Sarafa: 452006
  • Barwali Chowk: 452006
  • Army H Q: 452006
  • Ravishankar Shukla: 452008
  • Sadar Bazar: 452008
  • Sudamanagar: 452009

    Last Updated on 29th Nov 2012



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