Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a weed ubiquitously found in the lakes, rivers, and other water bodies across the globe. With high rates of the regeneration, survival, and growth, it is generally difficult to clear the water bodies infested with water hyacinth. However, these features of water hyacinth can be considered as the advantageous. Researchers have attempted to use these water hyacinth as an absorbent for heavy metals, water pollutants, and others. Even though a large number of studies have been done on using the stems and leaves of the water hyacinth as absorbent, there are several interesting and novel applications of water hyacinth. For example, water hyacinth has been demonstrated to be useful to develop super capacitors, for the production of ethanol, and to improve the immune resistance of the plants and animals. there were metal concentrations like (copper, lead, iron and zinc) in water hyacinth plant parts (petioles, leaves and roots). sediments were also there in the water hyacinth plant. In this project, we provide an opportunity for readers to realize the unique nature of water hyacinth and its potential to be used to develop products for various textile applications.