Nahan Pin code is 173001, Sirmaur, HIMACHAL PRADESH

Nahan Pincode is 173001. Nahan is located in district Sirmaur, HIMACHAL PRADESH.

The Pincode of Nahan is 173001. Nahan comes under Sirmaur district. PIN Code is also known as Zip Code or Postal Code. The office of 173001 Pin Code is located in Nahan, Nahan taluk, Sirmaur district, HIMACHAL PRADESH state. The postal region of Nahan is Shimla HQ region & postal division is Solan. Telephone: 01702-222257.

More details of Nahan pin code are given below:

Office TypeH.O
Delivery StatusDelivery

About Nahan :

Nahan is situated in the Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is located in the southern part of the state, surrounded by the Shivalik Hills. Nahan was founded by Raja Karam Prakash in 1621. It served as the capital of the princely state of Sirmur, which was ruled by the Rajput dynasty. Nahan is known for its picturesque surroundings, with lush greenery, hills, and valleys. The town offers panoramic views of the Himalayas.

Nahan has several tourist attractions, including Rani Tal, Suketi Fossil Park, Jaitak Fort, and Renuka Lake. These places attract visitors from across Himachal Pradesh and other parts of India. Nahan Pin code is 173001.

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.