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Pincode of Kewal, Rajauri, Jammu And Kashmir is 185233



Pincode185233
NameKewal B.O
DistrictRajauri
StateJammu And Kashmir
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeRajouri H.O
Sub OfficeBudhal S.O
LocationJammu Taluk of Rajauri District
Telephone NoNot Available
SPCCJAMMU-185233
Department InfoRajouri Division Srinagar HQ Region Jammukashmir Circle
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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 18 represents the state Jammu And Kashmir, the second two digits 52 represent the district Rajauri, and finally 33 represents the Post Office Kewal B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Kewal B.O, Rajauri, jammu and kashmir is 185233



Rajauri Info

Rajauri or Rajouri (rəˈʤɔ:rɪ) (Hindi: राजौरी) is a town and a municipal council in Rajouri district in Jammu and Kashmir. Rajauri is about 155 kilometres (96mi) from Jammu city on the Poonch Highway. Rajauri is known as the Vale of Lakes as there are many lakes around the city. Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University is based in the town.

Rajouri is a district in the Jammu & Kashmir state of India. The total area of Rajouri is 2,630km² including 2,608.11km² rural area and 21.89km² urban area. Rajouri has a population of 642,415. There are 130,401 houses in the district.

Rajouri district is further divided into the following Blocks/Tehsils for administrative purposes: 1. Budhal 2. Darhal 3. Kalakote 4. Nowshehra 5. Rajauri 6. Sunderbani 7. Thanamandi 8. Manjakote

History

Rajouri district was a region of immense significance in ancient More Info



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