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Pincode of Muktapur, Nalbari, Assam is 781344



Pincode781344
NameMuktapur B.O
DistrictNalbari
StateAssam
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeNalbari H.O
Sub OfficeBaganpara S.O
LocationMuktapur Taluk of Nalbari District
Telephone NoNot Available
SPCCGUWAHATI-781001
Department InfoNalbari Division Guwahati HQ Region Assam Circle
AddressAssam 781344, India
Indian Postal Code System Consists of Six digits. The first to digits represent the state, the second two digits represent the district and the Third two digits represents the Post Office.In this case the first two digits 78 represents the state Assam, the second two digits 13 represent the district Nalbari, and finally 44 represents the Post Office Muktapur B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Muktapur B.O, Nalbari, assam is 781344



Nalbari Info

Nalbari (Pron: nɔ:lˈbɑ:rɪ) is a city and a municipal board, in Nalbari district in the Indian state of Assam. Nalbari is headquarters of Nalbari District.

Etymology

The word Nalbari derived from Nal and Bari. Nal is variety of reed while Bari denotes garden.

History

In ancient times Western Assam was known as Kamarupa, which existed in harmony with Davaka of central Assam. Kamarupa was divided into Kamarupa Pithas or geographical divisions; Nalbari placed in Kamapitha division. Region continued to be called as Kamrup till colonial times. The area congruent to Kamapitha, became Undivided Kamrup district of colonial and post colonial times until 1985, when Nalbari district was carved out.

Growth

In the early part of the twenties a railway station of the Assam-Bengal Railway Company had been established here. As the train started runninMore Info



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