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What is the PIN number of Bangalore?

What is the PIN number of Bangalore?

The metropolitan is located in the central part of South India, and PIN code of Bangalore is 560001.

What is Karnataka PIN code?

List of bangalore Locations Pin Code
Bangalore Dist offices bldg 560009 Karnataka
Bangalore Fort 560002 Karnataka
Bangalore Sub fgn post 560025 Karnataka
Bangalore. 560001 Karnataka

What is the 6 digit PIN code of Bangalore?

Bangalore City Pin Code is 560002. Pin Code is also known as Zip Code or Postal Code. Bangalore City is located in district Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA.

Is Bangalore and Bengaluru same?

India’s technology capital Bangalore will be formally known as Bengaluru from Saturday, eight years after the state first proposed the name change. Bengaluru is the city’s name in local Kannada language and local politicians and historians say Bangalore is an anglicism that should be dropped.

Is Bangalore a city or district?

Bengaluru Rural District is one of the 30 districts of Karnataka. It was founded in 1986 and Bengaluru was split into Bangalore (Rural) and Bangalore (city).

What is India’s zip code?

Also known as Zip code or area postal code, Pin code is the post office numbering code system used by the postal service of India, India Post. The PIN was first introduced in India on August 15, 1972. It is a 6 digits long code with each of the digits denoting a particular meaning.

Is Bangalore a city or state?

Bangalore, officially known as Bengaluru, is the Capital of the Indian State of Karnataka . It has a population of over ten million, making it a megacity and the Third populous City and 5th most populous urban agglomeration in India. It is located in Southern India on the Deccan Pleteau .

Why is Bangalore now Bengaluru?

Kempegowda, a feudatory ruler under the erstwhile Vijayanagara Empire, was considered the founder of Bangalore. He chose Bendakaluru for his capital in early 16th century, which transformed into Bengaluru and in colonial times, and during British rule became Bangalore.