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There are at least 720 districts in India, each with roughly 6 lakh villages, 29 states, and 8200 cities and towns. The Indian Postal Department has assigned each district, village, town, and city a unique postal number, or pin code, to assist rapid delivery of postal services.

The sorting office, which is located in the main post office of the largest city, is where the first three digits of the PIN are assigned to represent a particular geographic area known as a sorting district. Depending on how much mail is handled in a state, there may be one or more sorting districts. The route along which a delivery office is situated in the sorting district is represented by the fourth digit. The delivery office within the sorting district is represented by the final two digits, commencing with 01, which would be the GPO or HO.