In Bangalore, there are many postal offices which can be used by the common people for availing the services be it for mailing letters, transferring money through money order, sending media post, speed post, greeting post, direct post, e-bill post and so on.
The India Post provides a conventional form of mail delivery system across the country. Apart from this it also uses Pigeons in Odisha to send mails. In Rajasthan, Camels are used as a postal service to deliver the letters and in Siachen, Dogs are used predominantly for delivering mails. The country possesses the largest network of postal services across the globe with over 1,55,000 post offices, around 5,62,000 letterboxes and covers roughly around 6,04,341 cities and villages spread across length and breadth of India.
The basic and primary function of a Post Office in India is the collection, processing, transmission and delivery of mail.
All the postal articles which consist of the natural message will be classified as a mail and it includes letters, postcards, packets, inland letter cards, ordinary post, registered post, value payable articles, insured and speed post.
A mail is further classified as first-class and second-class mail. The first-class mail gets free air transmission within the country whereas the second-class mail will get airlift facility provided if prepayment of air surcharge is done.
The premium products of mail services include express parcel, speed post, logistics post and media post.
Disclaimer: We have sourced the PIN code of all the regions and respective postal data from India Post. Efforts have been made to collect and provide accurate data about postal services, circles, divisions, postal code, zip code, and so on, but we will not guarantee error-free data. If in case, you come across any discrepancy in the postal data provided, then please get back to us regarding the same.