Barjangsar covers an area of 300 acres (120 ha). The fertile southern and western parts of the village are given over to agriculture, which is heavily dependent on monsoon rains and the availability of power. As of 2011, a well was being dug to provide farm irrigation.
The residents of Barjangsar are mostly Hindu, with representation from several castes, such as Brahmins, Rajput, Jat and others. The village is home to several Hindu temples.and 50% muslim ans 50% hindu barjangsar is a good village
- Government Higher Primary School
- Government Higher Primary School (Girls)
- Vinayak public secondary school
- Chetna Institute for New Youth Division, Barjangsar
As of 2011, the MLA representing Barjangsar is Ashok Pincha. The president of the village is Kojaram Bhakar.
The majority of the economy of Barjangsar revolves around agriculture, which represents about 70% of the overall economic activity of the village. Additionally, the village employs 16 teachers, and has 80 residents working outside the country.
Barjangsar is well connected by road and bus to major cities of Rajasthan and to the national capital New Delhi. Direct bus service is available to Delhi, Surat, Ahmedabad, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Kota, Ajmer, Bikaner, Ganganagar, Hisar, Roorkee, Haridwar, and Indore.