PIN Codes By Districts in Punjab

Here given below List of 23 districts of Punjab having pincode range and total unique pincodes per district you can check details. You can get more information about Punjab Tourism and its pin codes along with the list of districts of the state of Punjab on this page. This pin code search tool helps you to check Punjab pincode details. All you have to do is click on the name of the district of Punjab 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 Punjab along with their pin codes.

S.No District Name State Name Minimum Pincode Maximum Pincode Number of Pincodes
1 Amritsar Punjab 143001 143606 377
2 Barnala Punjab 148024 148109 68
3 Bathinda Punjab 151001 151510 162
4 Faridkot Punjab 151202 152025 71
5 Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab 140405 147301 55
6 Fazilka Punjab 152118 152118 1
7 Firozpur Punjab 142041 152132 266
8 Gurdaspur Punjab 143505 145101 266
9 Hoshiarpur Punjab 144105 146116 354
10 Jalandhar Punjab 144001 144806 364
11 Kapurthala Punjab 144032 144819 128
12 Ludhiana Punjab 141001 148107 396
13 Mansa Punjab 151501 151510 93
14 Moga Punjab 142001 152028 163
15 Mohali Punjab 140103 160104 53
16 Muktsar Punjab 151202 152115 136
17 Nawanshahr Punjab 144029 146115 174
18 Pathankot Punjab 143533 145101 10
19 Patiala Punjab 140201 147203 225
20 Ropar Punjab 140101 140133 22
21 Rupnagar Punjab 140001 160071 128
22 Sangrur Punjab 148001 148108 200
23 Tarn Taran Punjab 143009 143601 97

How to find pin codes of Punjab?

If you want to find pin codes of Punjab then you can search here Punjab pin codes. Punjab, located in India, has a six-digit pin code like the rest of the country. And the given table provides the Punjab 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 ( 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.