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Pincode of Chidri, Bidar, Karnataka is 585403



Pincode585403
NameChidri B.O
DistrictBidar
StateKarnataka
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeBidar H.O
Sub OfficeBidar Gandhi Gunj S.O
LocationBidar Taluk of Bidar District
Telephone NoNot Available
SPCCBidar-585401
Department InfoBidar Division North Karnataka Region Karnataka Circle
AddressChidri, Bidar, Karnataka 585401, 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 58 represents the state Karnataka, the second two digits 54 represent the district Bidar, and finally 03 represents the Post Office Chidri B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Chidri B.O, Bidar, karnataka is 585403



Bidar Info

Bidar is a hill-top city situated on the deccan plateau, in the north-eastern part of Karnataka state in India. It is the headquarters of the Bidar District which shares its border with Maharashtra and Telangana. It is a rapidly urbanizing city which comes under Bidar Metropolitan area. The city is well known for its many places of architectural, historical and religious importance.

Being located at the farthest of around 700 km (430 mi) from the state capital Bengaluru, it has been neglected by the state government for a long time. However, owing to its rich heritage, the city has a prominent place in the Archaeological Map of India. Picturesquely perched on the Deccan plateau, the Bidar fort is more than 500 years old and still standing strong. According to the book "Bidar Heritage" published by the state Department of Archaeology, Museums and Heritage, of the 61 monuments listed by the department, about 30 are tombs located in and around BidaMore Info



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