|• Body||Bijni Town Committee|
|Elevation||53 m (174 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|ISO 3166 code||IN-AS|
As of 2011[update] India census, Bijni had a population of 13257. Males constitute 50.4% of the population and females 49.6%. Bijni has an average literacy rate of 89.37%, higher than the national average of 74.04%; with male literacy of 93.65% and female literacy of 85.01%. 9% of the population is under 6 years of age. Bijni is surrounded by village Kawatika, Doturi, Batabari, Bhetagaon, Chhatianguri, Lechiagaon, Amguri, Puran Bijni, Gerukabari, Saktola, Goraimari and Baghmara, Majrabari, bijni panbari road(deukura par).
The Bijni branch of the Koch dynasty controlled its feudatory from the present-day Bijni town from 1671 till 1864 when it was attacked by Jhawlia Mech, a chieftain from Bhutan. This resulted in the capital moving to Dumuria. In 1897, an earthquake destroyed many royal palaces and capital moved again. The control of Bijni by the Koch Dynasty ended in 1956, as the Indian Government took direct control of the entire region.
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