Natural fibres are renewable resources in many developing countries of the world. The interests in natural fibre-reinforced composite materials are rapidly growing due to their industrial applications and fundamental research. Such composites are termed as green Composites, by using sisal. Banana, bamboo, coir, pineapple leaf fibre, etc. Research revealed that the behavior of hybrid composites ... [Show full abstract] appears to be simply a weighted sum of the individual components in which there is a more favorable balance between the advantages and disadvantages inherent in any composite material. It is generally accepted that the properties of hybrid composite are controlled by factors such as nature of matrix; nature, length and relative composition of the reinforcements; fibre–matrix interface; and hybrid design.