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What is the Pin Code of Chandigarh,India ?

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How many Post Offices are there in Chandigarh ,India ?

There are total 52 Post Offices in Chandigarh ,India with other details.

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Did you know that Chandigarh has total 52 Pincodes and post offices

There are total 1 districts in CHANDIGARH state in which Chandigarh is one of them, that is very famous and growing district of CHANDIGARH. Total 25 places list of Chandigarh district with Pin code, taluk, division, sub division, circle, region, and contacts are available on Address Adda. There are so many blocks in Chandigarh District like Abiana B.O, Aerodrome S.O, Airforce Highground S.O, Ajauli B.O, Badheri B.O, Behlana B.O, Burail B.O, Chandigarh G.P.O. , Dadu Majra Colony S.O, Daria B.O, Dhanas B.O, Engg College S.O, Govt Press Chandigarh S.O, Hallomajra B.O, High Court S.O (Chandigarh), Ind Area Chandigarh S.O, Kalitran B.O, Kishangarh B.O, Maloya Colony S.O, Manimajra S.O, Mauli Jagran S.O, Mhc Manimajra S.O, New Sectt Chandigarh S.O, Raipur Kalan B.O, Raj Bhawan S.O (Chandigarh), Ram Darbar S.O, Sector 10 (Chandigarh) S.O, Sector 11( Chandigarh) S.O, Sector 12 (Chandigarh) S.O, Sector 14 (Chandigarh) S.O etc. All pin codes of all blocks and taluks of Chandigarh is available here.

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Indian Postal Services use Postal Index Number(PIN) also called as Pincode for numbering Post Offices. PIN Code is a 6 digit numerical code used to find delivery Post Offices in India. The PIN codes provided by Indian Postal Services are divided in 9 zones. The first digit represents the region,second digits represents the sub-region whereas the third digit represents the district of that particular region.

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