Village is located in Viramgam Taluka of Ahmedabad District in Gujarat State, India. Postal Code of Sokali Village is . The Postal Taluka of Sokali Village is Viramgam. The District of Sokali Village is Ahmedabad. The State of Sokali Village is Gujarat. The Country of Sokali Village is India.

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Letter writing is an art that has been prevalent in India for centuries. With the advent of technology, we are easily moving towards e-mails and text messages, and letter-writing is becoming a thing of the past. But, the habit of shopping online that we regularly apply is to keep the Postalcodes alive. Ever wonder what a postal code is? Read on to find out how that system works.

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When you send a letter or parcel through Indian Post Office Fees, do you ever wonder how it reaches the destination? Or if it arrives safely on time? Well, if you include the recipient's postal code in the address, your letter will definitely increase its chances of reaching its destination. In a large country like India, finding the right target between cities, towns and villages can be a daunting task. for that, the Indian Postal Department uses a unique postcode system called Postal Index Number (PIN) or Pin Code for post office numbering. This system was introduced by Shri, Shriram Bhikaji Velankar in the year 1972 to make it easier for letters and parcels to reach their destination. The Postal Service of India uses peep codes to facilitate the process of sending letters.

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Indian Postal Department uses a unique post code system called Postal (Postal Index Number) code for Post office numbering. Postalcode is also known as Post Office code or Pin Code or Zip Code. This system was introduced by Shri Shriram Bhikaji Velankar in the year 1972. Postal Code is a 6 digit code is used to find out delivery Post Offices in India. The Postalcodes are divided in 9 zones. The first digit of Postalcode represents the region. The second digit of Postalcode represents the sub-region, and the third digit of Postalcode represents the district of that region.