Present study is overall a field work accomplished within two year (2011-2012). This is a groundwork which provides photographic collections of some very common and easily visible symptoms of infection observed in NINE vegetable plants (locally called as Baigan; Bhindi; Bora; Mirch; Phulgobhi; kuhara; Lauki; Palak and Tamatar) only, which were collected from THREE adjoining sites (Rajdhani; Araji Jagdish Pur; Vishwanath Pur), only. All the photographs have been collected by the authors in a random manner during survey period (2011-2012). Present work does not deal with complete visible symptoms of infection in all the vegetable plants of whole area/village, at any condition. And at any cost, this study is also not make any final conclusion about ultimate diseases, their pathogen and pests/vectors, responsible for any above observed, common visible symptoms of infection in any, out of nine vegetable plants. But we hope, present work will provide a platform for developing an eco-friendly tool for curing such common, easily, infectious vegetable pathogens, which causes immense harm to village farmer economy and their vegetable plant production, both.