Jammu Kashmir PIN Codes - List of Pincodes By Districts in Jammu Kashmir

PIN Codes By Districts in Jammu Kashmir

Here given below List of 18 districts of Jammu Kashmir having pincode range and total unique pincodes per district you can check details. You can get more information about Jammu Kashmir Tourism and its pin codes along with the list of districts of the state of Jammu Kashmir on this page. This pin code search tool helps you to check Jammu Kashmir pincode details. All you have to do is click on the name of the district of Jammu Kashmir whose post office and pin code you are trying to search. and will take you to the district page which displays the name of the post offices in Jammu Kashmir along with their pin codes.

S.No District Name State Name Minimum Pincode Maximum Pincode Number of Pincodes
1 Ananthnag Jammu & Kashmir 191103 193303 187
2 Bandipur Jammu & Kashmir 193503 193503 1
3 Baramulla Jammu & Kashmir 192125 193504 195
4 Budgam Jammu & Kashmir 190005 193411 74
5 Doda Jammu & Kashmir 182124 182222 132
6 Jammu Jammu & Kashmir 180001 185154 240
7 Kargil Jammu & Kashmir 194102 194403 53
8 Kathua Jammu & Kashmir 184101 184206 141
9 Kulgam Jammu & Kashmir 192233 192233 12
10 Kupwara Jammu & Kashmir 193221 193303 78
11 Leh Jammu & Kashmir 194101 194404 57
12 Poonch Jammu & Kashmir 184121 185211 64
13 Pulwama Jammu & Kashmir 191112 192306 72
14 Rajauri Jammu & Kashmir 185121 185234 133
15 Reasi Jammu & Kashmir 182311 185233 7
16 Shopian Jammu & Kashmir 192305 192305 1
17 Srinagar Jammu & Kashmir 190001 193401 68
18 Udhampur Jammu & Kashmir 182101 185203 169

How to find pin codes of Jammu Kashmir?

If you want to find pin codes of Jammu Kashmir then you can search here Jammu Kashmir pin codes. Jammu Kashmir, located in India, has a six-digit pin code like the rest of the country. And the given table provides the Jammu Kashmir pin code list. The search can be narrowed down by selecting the name of the district, taluk and branch office due to which it saves time, effort and energy. You should know that when the pin code of the state is entered correctly, this letter and speed post can be easily delivered to his/her postal address.

What is Pin Code?

Let us tell you that the postal index number or pin or pin code is the post office or postal code system used by India Post, this pin code is of 6 digits. The first digit represents the region, the second the sub-region, the third the sorting district and the last three the code of the post office. We have 9 pin regions in India.

Importance of Pincode Each Number-

  • Each digit of the pin code has its own significance. The area is indicated through its first digit. It is to be noted that there are total 9 pin regions in India. While the initial 8 of these 9 pin regions represent the general geographical location, the ninth digit (9) is used for the Army Postal Service.
  • The sub-region is indicated through the second digit of the pin code.
  • The first two digits of the pin code identify a particular circle in the area. For example, if we take Delhi, here the first two digits are 11.
  • The third digit of the pin code is related to the district within the area.
  • The last three digits of the pincode indicate the particular post office within the district.
  • In this way your mail reaches you. Pin code is used a lot. It is used from government offices to delivery of goods, through which your area is identified.

Postal Code Wise List

Disclaimer: We have sourced the PIN Code and postal data from India Post (http://www.indiapost.gov.in). We have made all efforts to collect and present the most accurate information about postal services, offices, areas, and pincodes, but we do not guarantee error-free data. If you come across any discrepancy in postal data, please let us know regarding the same.