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India Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in India. Only codes which are actively connected to the SWIFT network are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


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ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
2801 STATE BANK OF INDIA DELHI COMMERCIAL BRANCH, NEHRU PLACE, NEW DELHI SBININBB191
2802 STATE BANK OF INDIA DELHI DELHI UNIVERSITY BRANCH SBININBB544
2803 STATE BANK OF INDIA DELHI NEW DELHI MAIN BRANCH SBININBB104
2804 STATE BANK OF INDIA DEWAS (IFB,DEWAS(ERSTWHILE SB INDORE)) SBININBB694
2805 STATE BANK OF INDIA DHANBAD (SPECIALISED COMMERCIAL BRANCH) SBININBB668
2806 STATE BANK OF INDIA DHARAMSHALA (DHARAMSHALA) SBININBB277
2807 STATE BANK OF INDIA DHULE (SME DHULE BRANCH) SBININBB786
2808 STATE BANK OF INDIA DIBRUGARH (DULIAJAN) SBININBB479
2809 STATE BANK OF INDIA DINDIGUL (SME DINDIGUL BRANCH) SBININBB452
2810 STATE BANK OF INDIA DIU (DIU) SBININBB621
2811 STATE BANK OF INDIA DURGAPUR (DURGAPUR) SBININBB337
2812 STATE BANK OF INDIA DURGAPUR (SME BRANCH) SBININBB730
2813 STATE BANK OF INDIA ELURU (ELURU) SBININBB311
2814 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (COMMERCIAL BRANCH, ERNAKULAM) SBININBB245
2815 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (ERNAKULAM) SBININBB395
2816 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (EXPORT PROCES.ZONE, COCHIN) SBININBB394
2817 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (KERALA CIRCLE) SBININBBT15
2818 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (KERALA CIRCLE) SBININBBT17
2819 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (KERALA CIRCLE) SBININBBT25
2820 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (KOLKATA CIRCLE) SBININBBT29
2821 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (SME ERNAKULAM) SBININBB877
2822 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (STATE BANK OF INDIA) SBININBB890
2823 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM (TRADE FINANCE CENTRAL PROCESSING CENTRE) SBININBB601
2824 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERNAKULAM ERNAKULAMM.G.ROAD SBININBBT16
2825 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERODE (COMMERCIAL BRANCH, ERODE) SBININBB244
2826 STATE BANK OF INDIA ERODE (SSI,BHAVANI,ERODE) SBININBB461
2827 STATE BANK OF INDIA FARIDABAD (NEW DELHI CIRCLE) SBININBBP28
2828 STATE BANK OF INDIA FARIDABAD (SIB, FARIDABAD) SBININBB383
2829 STATE BANK OF INDIA GANDHIDHAM (BHAI PRATAP CIRCLE,GANDHIDHAM) SBININBB622
2830 STATE BANK OF INDIA GANDHINAGAR SBININBC
2831 STATE BANK OF INDIA GANDHINAGAR (GANDHINAGAR MAIN BRANCH) SBININBB255
2832 STATE BANK OF INDIA GANDHINAGAR (IFSC BANKING UNIT) SBININBB834
2833 STATE BANK OF INDIA GANGTOK (GANGTOK) SBININBB338
2834 STATE BANK OF INDIA GANJAM (SME BRANCH, BERHAMPUR INDUSTRIAL ESTATE) SBININBB839
2835 STATE BANK OF INDIA GHAZIABAD (SIB,GHAZIABAD) SBININBB555
2836 STATE BANK OF INDIA GIRIDIH (GIRIDIH BAZAR BRANCH,GIRIDIH) SBININBB385
2837 STATE BANK OF INDIA GOA (COMMERCIAL BRANCH) SBININBB229
2838 STATE BANK OF INDIA GOA (MARGAO,GOA) SBININBB525
2839 STATE BANK OF INDIA GONDIA (GONDIA BRANCH) SBININBB595
2840 STATE BANK OF INDIA GORAKHPUR (GORAKHPUR) SBININBB497
2841 STATE BANK OF INDIA GUINDY (COMMERCIAL BRANCH) SBININBB227
2842 STATE BANK OF INDIA GULBARGA (CHENNAI CIRCLE) SBININBBH16
2843 STATE BANK OF INDIA GUNTUR (GUNTUR BRANCH) SBININBB181
2844 STATE BANK OF INDIA GUNTUR (SPECIALISED COMMERCIAL BRANCH, GUNTUR) SBININBB679
2845 STATE BANK OF INDIA GURUGRAM (COMMERCIAL BRANCH, GURGAON) SBININBB375
2846 STATE BANK OF INDIA GURUGRAM (SPECIALISED NRI BRANCH, GURGAON) SBININBB771
2847 STATE BANK OF INDIA GURUGRAM (SPL. HOUSING FINANCE BRANCH,GURGAON) SBININBB738
2848 STATE BANK OF INDIA GUWAHATI (GUWAHATI COMMERCIAL BRANCH) SBININBB583
2849 STATE BANK OF INDIA GUWAHATI (MAIN BRANCH) SBININBB159
2850 STATE BANK OF INDIA GWALIOR (COMMERCIAL BRANCH) SBININBB178


What is a SWIFT Code?

A SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
  • Last 3 characters - branch code, optional - 'XXX' for primary office (letters and digits)

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