What is kollegal PIN code?

What is kollegal PIN code?

571440
Kollegal/Zip codes

What is kollegal famous for?

Kollegal, also called “Silk City”, is famous for its handloom silk saree industry. Kollegal is one of the larger taluks in Karnataka and was previously the largest. Plans are underway to divide Kollegal, making Hanur the capital of the new taluk in the Chamarajanagara District.

What is STD Code of Mysore?

Mysuru City:STD Code-0821

SL No AREA / BLOCK NAME PINCODE
36. Mandi Mohalla 570021
37. Metagalli 570016
38. Mysore Fort 570004
39. Mysore Head Office 570001

What is Mandya PIN code?

571401
571403571404
Mandya/Zip codes

What is the old name of chamarajanagar?

Sri Arikottara
Chamarajanagar was earlier known as Sri Arikottara. Chamaraja Wodeyar, the Wodeyar of Mysuru was born here and hence this place was renamed after him. The Vijaya Parsvanath Basadi, a holy jain shrine was constructed by Punisadandanayaka, the commander of the Hoysala king Gangaraja in the year 1117 AD.

Which district is big in Karnataka?

Belagavi
Belagavi is the largest district of Karnataka.

Which is the PIN code of Kollegal, Karnataka?

The pin code of Kollegal, Chamrajnagar, Karnataka, IN is 571457. As per the first 2 digits of this Indian postal code, 571457 pin code belongs to post circle Karnataka. Last 3 digits of the code are assigned to the Bailur Branch Post Office. Bailur B.O pin code officially comes under Nanjangud division, and South Karnataka region.

What is the postal code of Mysore, Karnataka?

Mysore Pin Code Office Mysore Pincode 570001 Taluk Mysore Division Mysore District Mysore

What is the PIN code for GPO in Mysore?

The fourth digit represents the route on which a delivery office is located in the sorting district. The last two digits represent the delivery office within the sorting district starting from 01 which would be the GPO or HO. Mysore Pin Code is 570001. Pin Code is also known as Zip Code or Postal Code.

How did Kollegala in Karnataka get its name?

Kollegala is the name derived from the names of two hermits namely ‘Kauhala’ and ‘Galava’ who were believed to be instrumental in the development of Kollegala. Kollegala, also called “Silk City”, is famous for its handloom silk saree industry. Kollegala is one of the larger taluks in Karnataka and was previously the largest.

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