Jihuli is a village in the East Champaran district of Bihar, India. Jihuli is situated in Patahi tehsil. It is one of 37 villages in Patahi Block along with villages like Narayanpur and Gujraul. Population of the village as in record up until now is- Male Population: 3975 Female Population: 3651 Total Population: 7626 People of the village are mostly dependent on agriculture, however,today,the village is equipped with all the fundamental facilities as avilable to humanity elsewhere. People of the village are using telicommunication facilities such as the Internet,phone,etc. The villagers are known for their hospitality. The festivals like Durga Puja and Chhath are celebrated with great pomp and joy. There are two ponds in the village namely Panpihi Pokhar and Khairba Pokhar,these are ponds number 2&1 respectively as shown on the map. There are meny temples such as Panchmukhi Mahavir Mandir,Maharani Asthan,Shiv Mandir, Sapahi Devi, which are located in this village. This village has a wonderful combination of flora and fauna. There is a middle school named Rajkiye Madhaya Vidyalaya Jihuli, also with a High School in Jihuli. Here is Mukhiya and Sarpanch elected by the people,to solve the desputes at village level and other useful purposes. This village owns a village market named,The Jihuli Bazaar, where people buy and sell their commodities here. The nearby market is Pachpakri Bazaar and many more. Nearby places are Pachpakri, Dhaka, Motihari, Shivhar, Sitamarhi etc. As a whole, this is an ideal village in the district and state also.