Pincode for old guntakal, ananthapur, anantapur, kurnool, andhra pradesh is 515803
What is PIN code?
Pincode is also written as PIN which stands for Postal Index Number. It refers to a code in post office numbering or postal system used in India. PIN codes in India are usually six digit number. These are first introduced on August 15, 1972.
Why PIN code is 6 digit?
India is divided into 9 pincode regions. The first eight regions are geographically located while the ninth one is for army postal services. There are six digits in any pincode. For example, in the pincode of city, first digit indicates the region, second digit indicates the sub-region or states or postal circles. Third digit indicates rhe revenue district and the last three digit represent delivery post office.
|First Digit||Region||States Covered|
|1||Northern||Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir|
|2||Northern||Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal|
|3||Western||Rajasthan and Gujarat|
|4||Western||Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh|
|5||Southern||Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka|
|6||Southern||Kerala and Tamil Nadu|
|7||Eastern||West Bengal, Orissa and North Eastern|
|8||Eastern||Bihar and Jharkand|
|9||APS||Army Postal Service|
|andhra pradesh||kurnool||anantapur||ananthapur||old guntakal||515803|