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Pincode of NOCHIODAIPATTI Natham Road DINDIGUL, Tamil Nadu is 624003



Pincode624003
NameKoovanuthu B.O
DistrictDindigul
StateTamil Nadu
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeDindigul H.O
Sub OfficeNagalnagar S.O
LocationDindigul Taluk of Dindigul District
Telephone NoNot Available
SPCCMADURAI-625001
Department InfoDindigul Division Madurai Region Tamilnadu Circle
AddressKoovanuthu, Tamil Nadu, 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 62 represents the state Tamil Nadu, the second two digits 40 represent the district Dindigul, and finally 03 represents the Post Office Koovanuthu B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Koovanuthu B.O, Dindigul, tamil nadu is 624003



Dindigul Info

Dindigul (Tiṇṭukkal) is a city in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the administrative headquarters of the Dindigul district. Dindigul is located 420km (260mi) southwest of the state capital, Chennai and 100km (62mi) away from Thiruchirapalli and the nearest city (66km) is Madurai.

Dindigul is believed to be an ancient settlement; it has been ruled at different times by the Early Pandyan Kingdom, the Medieval Cholas, Pallava dynasty, the later Pandyas, the Madurai Sultanate, the Dindigul Sultanates, the Vijayanagara Empire, the Madurai Nayak Dynasty, Chanda Sahib, the Carnatic kingdom and the British. Dindigul has a number of historical monuments, the Rock Fort being the most prominent.

Industries in Dindigul include lock making, leather, administrative services, agricultural trading, banking, agricultural machinery and educational services. Dindigul is upgraded to a municipal coMore Info



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