India Reverse Phone Number Lookup Country Code 0091

India reverse phone number lookup country code 0091. Review phone numbers and learn about callers in India. Phone number in India work like this:

India is geographically divided into a number of states that are further divided into districts, sub-districts, and so on. STD codes or subscriber trunk dialing codes are assigned to different villages and towns with metro cities having shorter STD codes that are about 2 to 8 digits long.

Here are the STD Dialing Codes for the Metro Cities in India

 

CITY

 

AREA CODE

New Delhi, Delhi

11

Mumbai, Maharashtra

22

Kolkata, West Bengal

33

Chennai , Tamil Nadu

44

Pune, Maharashtra

20

Hyderabad, Telangana

40

Ahemedabad, Gujarat

79

Bangalore, Karnataka

80

Tier II cities in India, which mainly consist of state capitals and industrialized centers, are assigned STD codes with 3 digits.

 

CITY

AREA CODE

Ghaziabad/NoidaUttar Pradesh

120

GurgaonHaryana

124

DehradunUttarakhand

135

 JaipurRajasthan

141

LudhianaPunjab

161

PatialaPunjab

175

JalandharPunjab

181

KolhapurMaharashtra

231

Aurangabad, Maharashtra

240

 Valsad, Gujarat & Daman, India

260

SuratGujarat

261

KochiKerala

484

GorakhpurUttar Pradesh

551

AgraUttar Pradesh

562

BareillyUttar Pradesh

581

MoradabadUttar Pradesh

591

PatnaBihar

612

BhagalpurBihar

641

JamshedpurJharkhand

657

WarangalTelangana

870

Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh

 

891

India Phone Number Reverse Lookup | Who Called

A reverse phone number lookup in India is ten digits long and consists of the STD code and the phone number. The country code for India is 0091. Dialing a number in India from another country follows the following format. Country code(0091)-STD code-Phone number in case of a landline number. Country code (0091)-Phone number in case of a mobile number. In India, the first four digits of the mobile number form the operator code and the remaining six digits constitute the subscriber number.

India Facts and Destinations 

India is a beautiful country with a diverse culture. The Indian sub-continent lies in South Asia. The country is quite famous for its rich cultural history that goes back up to 5 millennia. India was home to the Indus Valley Civilization. A civilization that followed a lifestyle that was well ahead of its time. Every year, tourists visit this country in large numbers, often attracted by the rich mix of different cultures and the interesting historical aspects that to this day, continue to influence the people living in India.

India is among one of the most populated countries in the world with a staggering population of 1.3 billion. It is a democratic country that is divided into 29 states and 7 union territories. The people in India practice different religions, with Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, and Buddhism being among the many beliefs practiced in India.

India is a country where people share a strong sense of unity despite the cultural and religious boundaries that separate them. India has many interesting sights to behold, right from the northern tip at Kashmir to the southern tip at Kanyakumari. India cannot be explored within a week or even a month; there is just so much to take in at every place you go. Yet, there are some places that should definitely top your list once you have decided to pay a visit to this beautiful country.

Delhi, the capital city of India, harbors some of the country's architectural wonders built when the Mughals were ruling India. The Lal Qila or the Red Fort served as a residence for the Mughal emperors for 200 years. The Red Fort was built in 1639 and was named a world heritage site by the UNESCO in 2007. It is located right in the center of Delhi and earns its name by virtue of the red sandstone that was used to build its walls. Some other sights to see in Delhi include the Qutub Minar, the Juma Masjid, and the Humayun's Tomb. If you prefer to do a bit of shopping on the streets, then you should definitely visit the Chandni Chowk, a market that has been running since the 17th century and where you can find anything and everything at cheap prices.

Another architectural wonder is the Taj Mahal, a mausoleum built by the emperor Shah Jahan as a symbol of his love for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. The Taj Mahal is constructed of white marbles and is a sight to behold. It is located in the city of Agra in Uttar Pradesh.

Your next stop should be at the Hawa Mahal in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The unique construction has 953 windows and 5 stories; its exterior resembles a honeycomb. The palace has so many windows, which allowed the royal ladies a glimpse of the outside world without being seen. They were under strict instructions to obey the custom of 'purdah' or covering their faces.

While stopping at these destinations, do not forget to try out the food unique to each of these places. The diverse culture of India reflects well on food and you will get to taste some dishes that you may have never tasted before.

Finally, your trip to Southern India should be marked by a visit to Kerala, known as God's own country because of its lush greenery. You can spend some time being one with nature as you enjoy a night or two on houseboats at Kumarakom. Kerala is famous for its seafood cuisine.

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