Sandhu authored the book Maharaja Ranjit Singh: Personalitas Extraordinaire which chronicles the life and times of the Ranjit Singh, who was the first Maharaja of the Sikh Empire. Her research was instrumental in bringing a fair representation to Moran Sarkar, the dancing girl who Maharaja Ranjit Singh married in 1802.
Manveen Sandhu was also the principal of Spring Dale Senior School, Amritsar, and was noted for her exemplary integration of Multiple Intelligences into the curriculum.
Her efforts to further education were recognized by Ministry of Human Resource Development - Govt. of India, which conferred the National Award 2008 on her under its scheme of National Award to Teachers. Dr. Kirat Sandhu and Mr. Sahiljit Sandhu received the award on her behalf from the Vice President of India on Teacher's Day - 5 September 2009.
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