Introduction: To repent uncle’s murder, Siddhraj Solanki gifted 12 villages to Brahmins. It is believed that sixth village is Sisva and many related documents are also available to support the claim. There are proofs that village existed in 10 centuary AD.

It is believed that Sisva Brahmins lived in the village. Fraction of four families settled in the village placed their diety Shirshambini Devi at the village. Four families were part of 37 families of Aadhichutiya Talikiya. As time went by Shirshambini became Sisva.

In 1460, few Patidar families settled at Sisva village, when Adalaj in Saurashtra got divided. The place is known as Juni Khadki. Today, Patidar community is divided into four groups: (1) Moti Khadki (2) Keshavdasni Khadki (3) Dadani Khadki (4) Limji and Sundarji.

In 1867, Sayajirao Gaekwad of Baroda Presidency bifurcated Petlad Mahal, as King felt that terrotiry was very big. He created another Mahal named Sisva. In 1880 sub-Mahal was shifted to Bhadaran.

Jeevabhai Talsibhai Patel become first sarpanch of the village after Panchayati Raj came into existence in 1957. Sharda Nagin Patel became first female sarpanch of the village.

Industries: Mainly agriculture, which comprises vegetables, cash crops, food grains and tobacco.

Religious places: Village has Meladimata Temple, Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Motu Mandir, Swaminarayan Temple, Mahakaleshwar Temple, Ramnath Temple, Bhathiji Temple, Veraimata Mandir, Ambaji Mandir, Masaniya Temple, Satyanarayan Temple, Baliyadev Temple, Aum Kaleshwar Mandir, Hanumanji Temple and Phulbai Mata Temple.

Rajeshbhai Babubhai Patel

ID: 253

99 748 77396 , 9033904041

Ramanbhai Bhailalbhai Patel

ID: 237

99 133 97883

Ratilalbhai Chaturbhai Patel

ID: 304

8000181906 , 8000181906