|Founded by||Rao Bijai Singh ji, Masuda|
|Named for||Rao Bijai Singh|
|• Chairperson||Sachin Sankhla (Congress)|
|• Vice Chairperson||Sahadev Singh Kushwah|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
As of the 2011 Indian census, Vijainagar has a population of 32,124. The population is 51 percent male and 49 percent female. Vijainagar has an average literacy rate of 69 percent, which is higher than the national average of 59.5 percent. Male literacy is 78 percent and female literacy is 60 percent. 14 percent of the population is aged six or less. Most of the population practices the Hindu religion.
The area is known as "Krishi Mandi" is the second largest region in the state of Rajasthan for the production of cotton.
The main water source is the Bisalpur Dam, which supplies Rajasthan's largest water treatment plant. The Para 1 Dam in Para is one of the major irrigation dams in the Ajmer District.
Vijainagar is an industrial area with businesses that include the Agricultural Mandi (Market Yard), cattle feed plants, oil mills, woolen yarn mills, flour mills, ceramic industries, as well as a cotton and synthetic waste recycling plant.
Vijainagar has many temples.
Because Vijainagar is situated between the Ajmer—Bhilwara railway and National Highway 79 (Dehli—Mumbai), public transportation, such as long-distance trains and buses to Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Puna, and Agra, is readily available.
Vijainagar has direct rail connections with the four cities of Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Kolkata.
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