|Deh Manjhu Raiyati|
|• Total||0.98 km2 (0.38 sq mi)|
|Elevation||28 m (91 ft)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+5)|
Manjhu (Sindhi: مانجھو) is a small village in the district of Jamshoro. The population of the village is estimated to be between 450-500. The population contains a heavy part of the Lanjar, Khosa, khaskheli, Panhwar, Mir Bahar (Mallah), and Baladi tribes. It is situated beside the Unarpur railway station and is two kilometers from the right bank of Indus River. The village also has a rich schooling system. The Department of Education and Literacy - Sindh has established primary schools for girls and boys in Manjhu.
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- Govt of Sindh, Government girls primary school, Manjhu.
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- OCHA map, A surveyed map of a region of Sindh by U.N.O.C.H.A.(The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) in which Manhju is visible near Matiari town.
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