The composite industry is attracted by natural fiber reinforced polymer materials for various valuable engineering applications due to its eco-friendly nature, less cost, enhanced mechanical properties and thermal properties. This present work aimed at incorporating sisal and kevlar woven fabrics with the epoxy matrix and to study the effect of pongamia pinnata shell powder on this sisal/ kevlar hybrid composites. The six different laminates were prepared using hand lay-up method with filler percentage varying 2 %, 4 % and 6 %. The prepared laminates cut according to ASTM standards for performing different mechanical tests. Results reveal that reduction of void percentage was observed at higher filler contents, while the incorporation of kevlar fiber enhances the impact, tensile strength and tensile modulus values. The flexural strength and inter laminar shear strength were higher for 2 % filler composites, while the highest flexural modulus, hardness values were observed for 6 % filler filled composites. The water absorption percentage was maximum for sisal laminate (L-1) and minimum for kevlar laminate L-2. The fractured tensile and flexural specimens were analyzed using scanning electron microscope (SEM).