Bethamcherla Pin code is 518599, Kurnool, ANDHRA PRADESH

Bethamcherla Pincode is 518599. Bethamcherla is located in district Kurnool, ANDHRA PRADESH.

The Pincode of Bethamcherla is 518599. Bethamcherla comes under Kurnool district. PIN Code is also known as Zip Code or Postal Code. The office of 518599 Pin Code is located in Bethamcherla, Kurnool taluk, Kurnool district, ANDHRA PRADESH state. The postal region of Bethamcherla is Kurnool region & postal division is Kurnool. Telephone: 08516-273022.

More details of Bethamcherla pin code are given below:

Office TypeS.O
Delivery StatusDelivery

About Bethamcherla:

Bethamcherla is situated in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. It is known for its limestone reserves and quarrying activities. The PIN code of Bethamcherla is 518599. This unique postal code is used for the efficient sorting and delivery of mail within the town. The economy of Bethamcherla is primarily driven by the mining and quarrying industry due to its abundant limestone reserves. The town is famous for its unique variety of soft limestone called “Bethamcherla stone,” which is used for various construction purposes and as a decorative material.

Bethamcherla is renowned for its limestone quarries, which attract traders and buyers from various parts of the country. The stone extracted from these quarries is widely used in the construction of buildings, temples, and sculptures.

About Pincode:

A Postal Index Number or PIN or PIN code is a code in the post office numbering or post code system used by India Post, the Indian postal administration. The code is six digits long. First digit reflects region, second the sub-region, third the sorting district, and last three represent the post office code. India has nine PIN zones.

Types of post offices

H.O, S.O, and B.O are different types of post offices in the Indian postal system. Here’s a brief description of each:

  • H.O stands for Head Post Office. H.Os are the largest and most comprehensive post offices.
  • S.O stands for Sub Post Office. S.Os are smaller than H.Os but still offer a wide range of postal services.
  • B.O stands for Branch Post Office. B.Os are the smallest post offices and provide basic postal services to people living in remote areas.