<b>Influence of Sustainable Biocoagulants Trigonella foenum graecum and Moringa oleifera for Improving Water Potability</b> Clarification of Drinking water requires complex and costly treatment procedures. Alternative cheap and sustainable methods for water treatment are desired for developing nations. Seed extracts of Trigonella foenum graecum and Moringa oleifera possess biocoagulant proteins to make water free from physicochemical and microbiological components following Coagulation flocculation process. In order to verify their capacity for clarity, the raw and defatted seed coagulants were put through the Jar test equipment. The results demonstrated that the dissolved organic carbon in raw water could be more effectively removed using the defatted coagulants ethanol extracted . Simultaneously the seed coagulant proteins of M. oleifera and Trigonella had potent bactericidal action, effective in reducing bacterial load by 96 and 84 from surface water respectively. Significant impact on turbidity, pH, TS EC, DO and BOD were observed which focuses on good performance in water treatment. These results indicate usage of these biocoagulants alone or in conjunction with chemical coagulants as coagulant aid, which can substantially improve water potability and hence reduce prevalence of water borne diseases. Trigonella, Moringa Coagulation, Flocculation, Turbidity 1239-1246 Issue-3 Volume-7 Paramita Ray | Dibyarupa Pal | Sneha Pandey