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Green synthesized metallic nanoparticles are an evolving environment-friendly technique in recent years. An environmental friendly, biological processing of palladium nanoparticles by employing Basella alba, Allium fistulosum and Tabernaemontana divaricate leaf extracts were described in our current study. The prepared PdNPs were further underwent characterization via Ultra Violet-visible, Fourier transform infrared, Photo-luminescence and X-ray diffraction spectroscopy and Scanning and Transmission electron microscopy. Furthermore, a validation of PdNPs creation was established through UV–visible spectrophotometer and also a spherical shaped PdNPs within a size between 2-5 nm was perceived in TEM and 500 to 2000nm was achieved in SEM study. XRD study deep-rooted the crystallic nature of Pd NPs and then it was related with the standard. FTIR spectral studies were carried out to recognize the functional groups exist in the Pd NPs. The photoluminescence study confirms that these extracts were action as a stabilizing and capping agent. The analysis exposed that all the three extracts Basella alba, Allium fistulosum and Tabernaemontana divaricate may have efficient less-toxic reducing substance for the process of Pd NPs and the formulated Pd NPs may be used in the arena of biomedical applications. These Pd NPs mainly intricate in the biological reduction reaction rate for the processing of Pd NPs.