search for India

 Country Names With:
share Countrywisecodes to social networks

Currency Converter

From Currency: To Currency:

1 USD = 0.95  EUR
Popular: USD to INR, GBP to USD

India Regions

Search India Zip (Post) Codes


What is PIN Code or Zip Code and why they are used?

PIN CODE is abbreviation for Postal Index Number, Pincode is a 6 digits combination code used for identifying unique post office used by India Post for the delivery of mails and goods. It is very difficult to process the mails or parcels on the basis of address, basically Postal Codes are used to speed up the routing process the goods and mails to right direction.

What is classification of PIN Code?

First character of PINCODE represent the Region in India
Second Character of PINCODE represent the Sub Region in India
Third Character of PINCODE represent the sorting District of India
Last 3 Characters of PINCODE represent the Post Office of India

What is a ZIP Code and how does it work?

The ZIP Code full form is Zone Improvement Plan. A ZIP Code guides the destination post office or delivery area to which a letter or parcel will be sent for safe delivery of goods or mails. USPS delivery areas routes are directed by ZIP Codes in which goods are delivered.

ZIP Codes are basically 5-digit numbers developed by the United States Postal Service to identify and represent individual post offices across the United States. Most of the Countries has their own Postal systems developed in their country such as India, Czech Republic, Italy, Brazil, Germany, Switzerland etc. The United States Postal Service (USPS) has segmented the country into 10 ZIP Code areas. Starting in the northeast, they are numbered 0-9.

How USPS assigns Zip Code?

After the first number in a ZIP Code is assigned, the USPS assigns the next two numbers according to a city. the USPS will assign the first ZIP Codes of main town and cities. After that, the ZIP Codes will proceed alphabetically.

The first three digits of a ZIP Code together usually indicate the sectional center facility to which that ZIP Code belongs. The fourth and fifth digits of the ZIP Code represent the area of the city or town.

For example, if a letter is received with a ZIP Code of 94127, the USPS can know that it's in California (9), it's in San Francisco county (41), and in the area of the Westwood Highlands (27).

There are many names for postal systems accross the globe and varies according to Country and Language. Below are given some of the names of World Postal Systems.
Eircode: The standard term in Ireland.
CAP: (Full Form: codice di avviamento postale): The standard term is used in Italy having meaning (postal expedition code).
CEP: (Full Form: código de endereçamento postal): The standard term in Brazil having meaning (postal addressing code).
NPA: in French-speaking Switzerland (Full Form: numéro postal d'acheminement) and Italian-speaking Switzerland (Full Form: numero postale di avviamento).
PIN Code: (Full Form: Postal Index Number) The standard term used in India.
PLZ: (Full Form: Postleitzahl) The standard term used in Germany, Austria, German-speaking Switzerland and Liechtenstein; having meaning (postal routing number).
Postal code: The The standard term used in Canada.
Postcode: This The standard term is popular in many English-speaking countries and is also the standard term in the Netherlands.
ZIP code: (Full Form: Zone Improvement Plan) The standard term in the United States and the Philippines.


Do you want to transfer money, or receive money Internationally

TransferWise has super smart technology to transfer money Internationally, which will save your money from abroad transactions as compared to the bank transactions in the older days which charge huge hidden charges and take so many days to transfer money into your account. Do hassle free transactions with TransferWise inorder to have complete funds security and mental satisfaction that your funds will reach destination within stipulated time and have a safe delivery to your accounts. Following are the benefits of doing transactions with TransferWise:
1: Low transaction cost, much cheaper than others
2: Easy and fast money transactions.
3: Secure Bank transactions into your foreign bank accounts
4: More than 50 Currencies supported.
5: Wide network of more than 100 Countries.
6: 10 million happy customers around the globe.
7: 5 star rating and near about million reviews on TrustPilot.


Who transfer funds with TransferWise include large array of persons who use the services like:

1: Parents transfer University fees, Schooling fees or other expense funds to their kids abroad.
2: Business parties transfer funds to each other.
3: Persons working abroad transfer funds to their parents, relatives or family.
4: Account to Account transfer from one country to other before moving to that country.
5: Online salaries are transferred to employees by companies.
6: Freelancers work money are transferred.
7: Online Fees for any services like Legal, Visa etc.
8: Transfer your funds to family business accounts.
9: Online charities to NGO's.
10: Investors to invest money in foreign currencies.

Disclaimer: Country Wise Codes is Collection for informational and Educational purposes only, we try to provide accurate information and accepts no liability with respect to its accuracy. Please reconfirm with your bank before transferring funds.