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Sisautiya is located in Nepal
Location in Nepal
Coordinates: 26°53′0″N 85°28′0″E / 26.88333°N 85.46667°E / 26.88333; 85.46667Coordinates: 26°53′0″N 85°28′0″E / 26.88333°N 85.46667°E / 26.88333; 85.46667
Country   Nepal
ZoneJanakpur Zone
DistrictSarlahi District
 • Total13,729
Time zoneUTC+5:45 (Nepal Time)
Postal code
Area code(s)046

Sisautiya सिसौटिया (or sometimes Sisotiya) is a small and most populated village in the southernmost part of Nepal commonly known as Madhesh or Terai. Sisautiya is 9km north of the Indian border, 18km south from Brahathawa municipality 9km west from district headquarters Malangawa. It is located at 26°52'0N 85°34'0E with an altitude of 79 metres(262 feet) There is a customs checkpoint at the border crossing. It is part of the Sarlahi district and the Janakpur zone. It forms the main part of the Sisautiya village development committee. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 13,729 people living in 2259 individual households.[1]



At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 13,729 people residing in 2,259 individual households.[2] People here lives are Madhesi ( jha,yadav,Mandal,Patel, Raut,Thakur,Shah,Chaudhary) and few Phadi.


It is situated in the Terai Region of Sarlahi district and Zone Janakpur. It is situated 35 km south from Mahendra Highway Nayaroad. There are 4 parliamentary constituenciesparliamentary constituencies and 8 sub- in Sarlahi. Sisautiya is in area 4(A).



There are various institutions in order to provide quality education.

  • Shree V.K.J Primary School, Sisautiya-01
  • Bright Future English Boarding School,Sisautiya-06
  • Terai Education English Boarding School,Sisautiya-08
  • Shree Janta Primary School, Sisautiya-09


The major daily newspapers are:

  • Madhesh Post
  • Loktantrik
  • Sarlahi Times

Cinema and Theatre[edit]

There is no any cinema and theatre.

2015 Earthquake Nepal[edit]

Sisautiya shook during an earthquake on 12 May 2015. However, the VDC did suffer few damage.


  • Road: Sisautiya is roughly 198 km by road from Kathmandu. It is also well connected to other parts of the district by Bus Services.

Famous Person[edit]


  1. ^ "Nepal Census 2001". Nepal's Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Retrieved 2 November 2008.
  2. ^ General Bureau of Statistics, Kathmandu, Nepal, Nov. 2012

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