Removal of color water pollution due to Reactive Orange 122 dye was investigated using an inexpensive, locally available Trapa bispinosa. Fruit and peels of Trapa bispinosa biomass was used for this context in free, polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) immobilized and chemically (H2O2) treated form. The aftermaths of operational parameters such as pH (1.0-6.0), dye initial concentration (10-350 mgL-1) and contact time (0-1440 minutes) was investigated for maximum removal of dye from aqueous solution. Analysis was done on UV-VIS Spectrophotometer before and after sorption phenomenon. Maximum uptake was observed at pH 1.0. Highest q (mg/g) was shown by H2O2 treated Trapa bispinosa fruit (46.36) and H2O2 treated Trapa bispinosa fruit beads (43.00). The sorption rate was rapid in first 30 minutes and equilibrium was established in 120 minutes. It was observed that best model was pseudo second order, with correlation coefficient in the range of 0.987- 1.00. Langmuir model effectively described the sorption data with Xm and R2 that were in good agreement with experimental q (mg/g). Regeneration of the sorbent was done by performing desorption cycles which made the method environment friendly and more economical. Surface morphology and elemental analysis of a sample was carried out.