Fourded just as an outpost of the kingdom of king
Visaldeo surrounding the present 'Deliya Talao' a huge
water tank covering area of approx 2 lac sq. meter.
Visnagar Mahal As of 2005 India census, Visnagar had a
of 65,826. Males constitute 53% of the
population and females 47%. Visnagar has an average
literacy rate of 77%, higher than the national average
of 59.5%: male literacy is 82%, and female literacy is
71%. In Visnagar, 10% of the population is under 6 years
As it was falling on a very strategic geographical
location, Visnagar faced many war fights between
Visaldeo, babis, ider dynasty and Gayakwads with chage
of rulers Visnagar sow many changes and it grew with a
fort wall with 6gates none of them is present at this
time but at some places, remains can be seen.
Visnagar Kasba Under Gayakwad rule, Visnagar become
first town in North Gujarat to have under ground water
supply and sewerage system, Railway was also brought
glory with it for the development of Visnagar with
Visnagar produced many freedom fighters during the time
of British Rule. Noted painters, drama artists, writers
were also among those who highlighted Visnagar.
Education facilities were instrumental in getting
awareness among people. Nearly 29 schools of which two
are for girls only and 7 colleges attract students and
people out side Visnagar since years.
Visnagar City Industrial establishments like submersible
pumps, thrashers, diamonds and copper vessels dreew
attention nation wide.
Present population of Visnagar is 65,826 and majority is
of Hindus. Industrial development, real estate
development, education facilities and medical Facilities
attract people from surrounding villages to come and
Visnagar is surround by many great places of religious
and architectural important like Ambaji (96 Kms),
Mahudi (34 Kms), Patan (52 Kms), Modhera (44 Kms),
Tarengaji (50 Kms). One reach Visnagar by train from
Mehsana (20 Kms) nearest airport is at Ahmedabad (80 Kms).