India Bank SWIFT Code - Page 2

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in India. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. The passive participant’s codes are excluded from the list.


IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
51ALLAHABAD BANKMUMBAIHEAD OFFICEALLAINBB
52ALLAHABAD BANKPANIPAT(PANIPAT)ALLAINBBPAN
53ALLAHABAD BANKPATNA(EXHIBITION ROAD PATNA)ALLAINBBPAT
54ALLAHABAD BANKPHAGWARA(PHAGWARA)ALLAINBBPHG
55ALLAHABAD BANKPUNEPUNEALLAINBBPUN
56ALLAHABAD BANKSALEM(SALEM)ALLAINBBSAL
57ALLAHABAD BANKSECUNDERABAD(INDUSTRIAL FINANCE BRANCH)ALLAINBBSIF
58ALLAHABAD BANKSURAT(SURAT NANPURA BRANCH)ALLAINBBSUR
59ALLAHABAD BANKVADODARA(RAJMAHAL ROAD BARODA)ALLAINBBBRD
60ALLAHABAD BANKVARANASI(INTERNATIONAL BRANCH, VARANASI)ALLAINBBVAR
61ANDHRA BANKADILABAD(ADILABAD)ANDBINBBADI
62ANDHRA BANKAGRA(AGRA BRANCH)ANDBINBBAGR
63ANDHRA BANKAHMEDABADAHMEDABADANDBINBBAHM
64ANDHRA BANKBALANAGAR(BALANAGAR)ANDBINBBBAL
65ANDHRA BANKBANGALORE(BANGALORE MAIN BRANCH)ANDBINBBBAN
66ANDHRA BANKBHANURBHANURANDBINBBBHA
67ANDHRA BANKBHIMAVARAM(BHIMAVARAM BRANCH)ANDBINBBBHI
68ANDHRA BANKBHUBANESHWAR(BHUBANESHWAR MAIN BRANCH)ANDBINBBBHU
69ANDHRA BANKCHANDIGARHCHANDIGARHANDBINBBCGH
70ANDHRA BANKCHENNAI(CHENNAI MAIN BRANCH LINGICHETTY STREET)ANDBINBBMAD
71ANDHRA BANKCHENNAI(MOUNT ROAD BRANCH)ANDBINBBMOU
72ANDHRA BANKCHENNAI (MADRAS)(MOWBRAYS ROAD BRANCH)ANDBINBBTTK
73ANDHRA BANKCOIMBATORE(TIRUPPUR BRANCH)ANDBINBBTIR
74ANDHRA BANKCOIMBATORECOIMBATOREANDBINBBCOI
75ANDHRA BANKDELHI(GREEN PARK BRANCH)ANDBINBBGRE
76ANDHRA BANKDELHI(NEW DELHI MAIN BRANCH CONNAUGHT CIRCUS)ANDBINBBNDL
77ANDHRA BANKDELHI(PREET VIHAR BRANCH)ANDBINBBPRV
78ANDHRA BANKERNAKULAM(ERNAKULAM BRANCH)ANDBINBBERN
79ANDHRA BANKERODE(ERODE)ANDBINBBERO
80ANDHRA BANKFARIDABAD(FARIDABAD)ANDBINBBFAR
81ANDHRA BANKGUNTUR(GUNTUR MAIN BRANCH)ANDBINBBGUN
82ANDHRA BANKGURUGRAM(GURGAON)ANDBINBBGUR
83ANDHRA BANKHYDERABADANDBINBI
84ANDHRA BANKHYDERABAD(BDL CAMPUS BRANCH, HYDERABAD)ANDBINBBBDL
85ANDHRA BANKHYDERABAD(FOREX / SOMAJIGUDA)ANDBINBBSOM
86ANDHRA BANKHYDERABAD(HYDERABAD MAIN BRANCH SULTAN BAZAR)ANDBINBBHYD
87ANDHRA BANKHYDERABAD(OVERSEAS BRANCH, HYDERABAD)ANDBINBB003
88ANDHRA BANKHYDERABAD(SPECIALIZED CORPORATE FINANCE BRANCH)ANDBINBBTEC
89ANDHRA BANKINDORE(INDORE 0234)ANDBINBBIND
90ANDHRA BANKINDORE(VIJAY NAGAR)ANDBINBBVJN
91ANDHRA BANKJAIPUR(JAIPUR BRANCH)ANDBINBBJAI
92ANDHRA BANKKAKINADA(KAKINADA BRANCH)ANDBINBBKKD
93ANDHRA BANKKANPURKANPURANDBINBBKAN
94ANDHRA BANKKOLKATA(CALCUTTA MAIN BRANCH - EZRA STREET)ANDBINBBCAL
95ANDHRA BANKKOLKATA(CHOWRINGHEE BRANCH)ANDBINBBCHO
96ANDHRA BANKKOLLAMQUILONANDBINBBQUI
97ANDHRA BANKLUDHIANA(LUDHIANA)ANDBINBBLUD
98ANDHRA BANKMORADABAD(MORADABAD BRANCH)ANDBINBBMOR
99ANDHRA BANKMUMBAI(ANDHERI EAST, MUMBAI BRANCH)ANDBINBBAND
100ANDHRA BANKMUMBAI(E-4, BKC, BANDRA EAST, MUMBAI)ANDBINBBBDB

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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The Swift code consists of 8 or 11 characters. When 8-digits code is given, it refers to the primary office. The registrations of Swift Codes are handled by Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) and their headquarters is located in La Hulpe, Belgium.

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