Find Indian Pincodes Inside a Radius

Map of India where you can specify a radius and a location to search within and return all the Indian PINs found inside that radius.

Radius Search Map



Step 1 : Radius km (maximum = 500km) OR miles (maximum = 310 miles)

Step 2 : Click on map OR Place radius by location :

 Draw Radius 

Step 3 : Remove duplicate Pincodes? :


 Full Screen 

 Clear Map 

Show Centre Marker? Show Pincode Labels?



 Toggle CSV or New line 


Input a radius to search within in KM or miles. Either (1) click on the map or (2) type in an address / Indian PIN on the center of your search radius. After a short delay, the results will appear on the map and in the text box. Once the markers appear on the map, if you hover over a marker, you will see it's PIN code displayed.

You can find a comma separated list of the pincodes in the large text box below the map.

There is a limit to the radius because excessive results can take a long time to load and some web browsers struggle to load them all at once.

Version History

  • 28th April 2019 : Version 2.3 - You can now search for the centre point by Pincode
  • 27th August 2018 : Version 2.2 - Added options Show Centre Marker & Show Pincode Labels
  • 17th August 2018 : Version 2.1 - Enhancements made
  • 15th August 2018 : Version 2 - Changed to Leaflet Maps
  • 15th March 2015 : Version 1 - Initial Version

Comments For This Page

Sandeep, we have just added a specific search filed for Pincodes. This should help
By Free Map Tools on 28th April 2019

I tried to create 2 circles with radius of 10 km with 110075 and 110077 pin codes at center. These 2 pin codes are quite near to each other but results do not include 110077 when 110075 at the center and vice versa. It seems results are not accurate and reliable.
By Sandeep on 28th April 2019

Data is not reliable. Please update the site
By Heisenberg on 2nd August 2018

This tool is not reliable at all. I tried to get the pincode for a 20 km radius in Chennai and the system gave me pincodes in Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka in addition to the pincodes I required. It left out several pincodes within my radius as well.
By Nikhil Venkatesa on 9th January 2018

Are the results reliable for an e-commerce website??
By Kunal on 17th December 2017

Hi, a 10 mile radius search of Nashik, India returns 10 pin codes.
By Free Map Tools on 7th November 2017

I entered the map of nashik city there are more than 10 pincodes for the city but it is displaying only one. on 8th Nov. 2017
By Umesh on 7th November 2017

Sahil, these results should be improved now.
By Free Map Tools on 22nd May 2017

Hey, the results are still not accurate. From pincode of 411048, within 200km, pincodes of bihar also come
By Sahil on 21st May 2017

Jennifer, the results should be more accurate now.
By Free Map Tools on 30th April 2017

I'm not confident the results are correct. I entered 240 km around Chennai and the map graphic looks reasonable but I got codes like 143001 which I think is over 2,000 km away. Please help?
By Jennifer on 29th April 2017

great idea!....make it precise
By Imran Khan on 10th March 2017

Hi Sajid, do you have any examples please?
By Free Map Tools on 20th October 2016

still issues of wrong pin code in 50Km radius are coming. Mnay pin codes are shown who are almost 250KM from selected pin code
By SAJID HUSSAIN on 19th October 2016

is it possible to identify boundaries(geometry ) of the pin is possible in this map or any other link do we have to identify pin area
By satish on 25th September 2016

Dwarka, Gujarat, India does seem to return images :
By Free Map Tools on 6th September 2016

Dwarka pincodes not taken into account?
By Bhupesh on 5th September 2016

On 08/08/2016, do you have any examples of issues with the data? We are always trying to improve the quality of the data.
By Free Map Tools on 9th August 2016

Hey, When is the new version going to be available? I agree with Raju, NCR pincodes are not completely being reflected.. Thank you for this wonderful tool!
On 8th August 2016

Can we get the API? We are doing some POC and need this API to complete the POC.
By Akash Jain on 21st July 2016

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