St.Thomas Mount Pincode is 600016, Kanchipuram, TAMIL NADU

St.Thomas Mount Pincode is 600016. St.Thomas Mount is located in district Kanchipuram, TAMIL NADU.

The Pincode of St.Thomas Mount is 600016. St.Thomas Mount comes under Kanchipuram district. PIN Code is also known as Zip Code or Postal Code. The office of 600016 Pin Code is located in St.Thomas Mount, Saidapet taluk, Kanchipuram district, TAMIL NADU state. The postal region of St.Thomas Mount is Chennai Region region & postal division is Chennai City South. Telephone: 044-22320694.

More details of St.Thomas Mount pin code are given below:

OfficeSt.Thomas Mount
Office TypeH.O
Delivery StatusDelivery

About St. Thomas Mount:

St. Thomas Mount is situated in the southern part of Chennai (formerly known as Madras), the capital city of Tamil Nadu, India. It is approximately 12 kilometers southwest of the city center. St. Thomas Mount holds significant historical and religious importance. According to tradition, it is believed to be the site where Saint Thomas, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ, was martyred. A small church, called St. Thomas Mount National Shrine, stands atop the hill, dedicated to Saint Thomas. The church is a pilgrimage site for Christians, particularly Catholics, and it attracts visitors throughout the year, especially on the feast day of St. Thomas.

The church at St. Thomas Mount features a blend of architectural styles, including elements of Gothic and Indo-Saracenic architecture. It has a picturesque setting with panoramic views of the surrounding area, including the cityscape of Chennai and the airport. The hill is also known for the St. Thomas Mount Railway Station, which is an important transportation hub in Chennai. The station is part of the Chennai suburban railway network and serves as a crucial junction connecting various parts of the city and its suburbs. The Pincode of St.Thomas Mount is 600016.

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.