Rajkot Pincode



About Pincode



The postal system prevalent in the country of India assigns a unique pincode or PIN (Postal Index Number) to all the post offices. These 6 digit codes reflect the location of the post office as well as the area under that post office of the city. Among the 6 digits, the 1st digit indicates the region, the 2nd one indicates the sub-region, the 3rd one is dedicated to the district and the last 3 digits represent the area post office.

Rajkot Pincode



The different pincodes of Rajkot help an individual locate a particular region within the boundary of the city quite easily. Apart from facilitating the city’s postal service, these pincodes even make the administrative process of the various regions easier. The pincodes actually divides Rajkot into distinctive sections. All the Rajkot pincodes start with the number 36 and are followed by their dedicated district and area codes. The following table shows the pincode allocated to a particular area in this city of Gujrat:

Sl. No. Area Pincode
1 City 360001
2 Dharmendra Sinhji College360001
3 Collectorate360001
4 Jairaj Plot 360001
5 Kalavad Road 360001
6 Junction Plot 360001
7 Mandvi Chowk 360001
8 Mochi Bazar 360001
9 Mu Co Chowk 360001
10 New Jagnath 360001
11 Parsi Agiyari Chwok 360001
12 Race Course Road 360001
13 Popatpara 360001
14 Rajkot H. O. 360001
15 Ramnathpara 360001
16 Rajputpara 360001
17 Millpara 360002
18 Manhar Plot 360002
19 Rajkot Bhaktinagar 360002
20 Sorathiawadi 360002
21 Udyognagar 360002
22 Viveknandnagar 360002
23 Aji Industrial Estate 360003
24 Marketing Yard 360003
25 Rajkot Bedipura 360003
26 Malaviyanagar 360004
27 Rajkot Saurastra 360004
28 Rajkot S. N. Gurukul 360004
29 University Campus 360005
30 Rajkot Bhomeshwar Plot 360006
31 Kasturbadham 360020
32 Sanosra Raj 360022
33 Ziana 360023
34 Sardhar 360025
35 Lodhika 360035
36 Atkot 360040
37 Jasdan 360050
38 Vinchhia 360050
39 Virnagar 360060
40 Mengani 360070
41 Bhadla 360080
42 Virpur 360380
43 Bhuvneshwari Pith 360311
44 Bhojraj Para 360311
45 College Chowk 360311
46 Gondal H. O. 360311
47 Market Yard 360311
48 Gomta 360320
49 Moviya 360320
50 Shivarajgadh 360335
51 Jetalsar Jn 360360
52 Fulwadi 360370
53 Jetpur 360370
54 Kapad Bazar 360370
55 Navagadh 360375
56 Darbargadh 360410
57 Dharoji 360410
58 Gim Plot 360410
59 Station Road 360410
60 Dhoraji Sugar Factory 360411
61 Moti Murad 360421
62 Patanvav 360430
63 Supedi 360440
64 Bazar Chowk 360450
65 Bhayavadar 360450
66 Chitravad 360452
67 Dhank 360460
68 Kolki 360470
69 Paneli 360480
70 Lathi Plot 360490
71 Panch Hatdi 360490
72 Upleta 360490
73 Green Chowk 363621
74 Wankaner 363621
75 Wankaner Amarpura 363622
76 Jetpur Morbi 363630
77 Shri Sardanagar 363636
78 Morbi H. O. 363641
79 Nani Bazar 363641
80 Sakti Plot 363641
81 Morbi P. P. Works 363642
82 Tankara 363650
83 Maliya Miyana 363670
84 Derdikumbhaji 364465
85 Amar Nagar 364485




Last Updated on 07 December 2011




     


     

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