The Sirohi family originally belongs to village Sehra in dist. Bulandshahr. There were three brothers who served in British Indian Army and retired as Risladars. Amongst three brothers only the younger Risaldar Shadi Ram Ji had a son.
On retirement, three brothers were given a village each as zamindari, which were Pali Partapur, Seria and Abhaypur. The family later settled in Pali Partapur around 1854, where presently the three Havelies exist.
All Havelies are situated in a complex comprising of three havelies and three guest houses with a common gate and high and thick walls. The whole property was made in such a way, so as to protect the residents from any outside conflict.
The architecture of the Havelies are also unique in itself. Stones from Rajasthan were brought and used for the construction. Paintings on the wall, especially at the entrance of the Havelies were carried by colors derived from Vegetable and flowers. The garters used for support, came from England, which are still there. The lime stone mixture, a.k.a 'Chunna' used for laying bricks and plastering of wall was also made in the vicinity of the Haveli. Even the bricks were made locally in the compound, each bearing name of the owner of the Haveli.
The haveli complex is situated on the far end of the village, next to fields in the backyard. The sourrounding farms in the area gives the place a fresh look and also makes one admire and appreciate nature.
Among farm land and other things, the family also owns a mango orchard, spread in a large area, which can be visited.
* Youngest brother Rai Bahadur Ch. Amar Singh received order of the British Empire for his work in education. He also founded and built Amar Singh college at Lakhaoti on the State highway on Siyana Garh road which is 5 km from the haveli. He also visited England as an invitee to the coronation ceremony of his majesty King George V, in 1911.
Rao Raghubir Singh was also invitee to the coronation ceremony but it was decided that only one brother can go, as there was no male member to look after zamindari. He bought 16 villages in his life and lost both his sons, one of 22 years age, leaving his wife behind and another at 28 years of age, leaving two minor sons Kr. Brij Raj Singh and Kr. Jag Raj Singh, as his wife died in delivery of their third child, and a widow daughter-in-law besides his wife and himself.