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Pincode of Gwari, Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh is 261205

NameGwari B.O
StateUttar Pradesh
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeSitapur H.O
Sub OfficeReosa S.O
LocationMahmudabad Taluk of Sitapur District
Telephone NoNot Available
Department InfoSitapur Division Lucknow HQ Region Uttar Pradesh Circle
AddressUttar Pradesh 261205, 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 26 represents the state Uttar Pradesh, the second two digits 12 represent the district Sitapur, and finally 05 represents the Post Office Gwari B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Gwari B.O, Sitapur, uttar pradesh is 261205

Sitapur Info

Sitapur is a city and a municipal board in Sitapur district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is in the Lucknow Division. The town is located on the banks of river Sarayan, halfway between Lucknow and Shahjahanpur and is well connected to state capital Lucknow by the National Highway No. 24. In British India, it was spelled as Citapore and was a cantonment, garrisoned by a portion of a British regiment. The traditional origin for the name is said to be by the King Vikramāditya from Lord Ram's wife Sita.


The district is divided into six tehsils: Sitapur, Biswan, Mishrikh, Laharpur, Mahmoodabad and Sidhauli. There are 19 blocks, two parliamentary constituencies (Sitapur, Mishrikh (SC)) and nine assembly constituencies (sewta, Biswan, Mahmoodabad, Sidhauli (SC), Laharpur, Sitapur, Hargaon (SC), Mishrikh and Maholi). Total population of the district is 28.57 lakh and the area is 5743 km2. TherMore Info


Sitapur Lok Sabha constituency2019-04-23
The election here will be conducted on May 6.

Sitapur stray dog attacks: SC seeks report from UP govt on alleged culling of canines2018-06-02
Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations, which approached the apex court seeking direction to stop killing of dogs, claimed that the Indian Veterinary Institute report clearly said there's no evidence that dogs attacked children.

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