Majhaul (Hindi: मझौल, also pronounced as Majhoul or مجھول) is a large Village in Nauhatta Block in Saharsa District of Bihar State of India, with total 700-800 families residing. It belongs to Kosi Division .Majhaul Village, with population of 3698 is Nauhatta sub district's the 13th most populous village, located in Nauhatta sub district of Saharsa district. Total geographical area of Majhaul village is 1-2 km2 and it is the 9th smallest village by area in the Nauhatta sub district. Population density of the village is 3489 persons per km2. Nearest town of the village is Supaul and distance from Majhaul village to Supaul is 22 km. The village has its own post office and the pin code of Majhaul village is 852123. The village comes under Shahpur Panchayat. Nauhatta is the sub district head quarter and the distance from the village is 5 km. District head quarter of the village is Saharsa which is 27 km away, And 167 km from State capital Patna. It is contiguous with Kumhrauli to its north, Fequrahi to the south, Telwa to the east, Kosi River to the west. It comes under Shahpur-Majhaul Panchayath and Mahisi constituency.The Majhaul village has population of 3698 of which 1919 are males while 1779 are females as per Population Census 2011.
The village is spread over 700-800 acres. It divided into 6 wards (Ward number 9 to 14).Average Sex Ratio of Majhaul village is 927 which is higher than Bihar state average of 918. Child Sex Ratio for the Majhaul as per Census of India 2011 is 977, higher than Bihar average of 935.Population of the village has decreased by -11.4% in last 10 years.
Majhaul village has a higher literacy rate compared to Bihar. In 2011, literacy rate of Majhaul village was 75.17% compared to 61.80% of Bihar.
Majhaul and its surrounding areas are part of the Kosi River. This makes the land very fertile. The Kosi embankment is only 300 to 500 meter west. The farmers in the village mostly cultivate Dhaan (paddy crop), Makai (Maize/Corn), Gahum (Wheat crop) and Moong (a type of lentils) in their farms. Since the climate of this region is most suitable for Dhaan (the paddy crop),Makai (Maize/Corn) a good crop brings happiness to many farmers in the village. Though, people do try to grow wheat crops, only few farmers get good yields. Most of the farmers have moderate harvest and hence it is not as popular as harvesting of Dhaan (the paddy crop),Makai (Maize/Corn . Instead, maize is the first best crop for the farmers of this village and Dhaan (the paddy crop)is the second. Therefore, they are tempted to grow garma dhaan and makai (maize) crops together apart from harvesting regular crops. The timing of Dhaan harvesting is especially notable as the villagers are happy in general for several reasons. The fresh crop of Dhaan and Makai (Maize/Corn) reaches every home, Whether you are owner of the land, or the farmer or just the harvester. The Dhaan is bound to come to every household. It can be cooked straight or flattened to make Chura which makes an amazing food when combined with fresh Sakkar (Jaggery) and "Dahi" (Curd). In the rainy season (Savan aur Bhado) the whole agriculture land of this village is covered by rain water, so in this season the main food of the villagers fish and some aqua fruits.
1. Urdu Middle School,Majhaul
2. Urdu Girls Primary School - West, Majhaul
3. Urdu Girls Primary School - East, MajhaulBy Rail
There is no railway station near to Majhaul in less than 10 km. Saharsa Jn Rail Way Station (near to Saharsa) is the Rail way stations reachable from near by towns. How ever Darbhanga Jn Rail Way Station is major railway station 67 km near to Majhaul.By Road
Saharsa are the nearby by towns to Majhaul having road connectivity by Bus.