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Majhoi is a village situated beside Srinagar Road, 17 kilometers away from the capital of State of Azad Jammu Kashmir. Cliffs of Himalayan Mountains surround this village. The Jhelum River runs through it. Its spiritual attraction is the Holly Shrine of Hazrat Syed Muhammad Ghazi Al Kazmi, commonly called SHAH BADSHAH. The village has one Jamia Masjid called Masjid e Noor, three other mosques and one Imam Bargah. Majhoi has one girls' high school, one boys' primary school and two private schools. The Majhoi community comprises a large number of castes including Sadaat (Gillani, Kazmi, Bukhari and Gardezi), Raajgan (Khakhas and Bambas), Abbasids, Sheikhs, Qureshis, Choudharies, Tareen, Mughals, Makhdoom, and others. Followers of all main schools of thought of Sunnis and Shiites live there, as do members of many political parties.
Majhoi is also known to public for the Contract Section 2 of Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project, of which two TBMs were brought in to excavate the double headrace tunnel in the valley of Janderbain Nullah located on the right back of Jhelum.