Metallic nanoparticles (NPs) manufactured by ecofriendly strategies have also received much interest because of their elastic scattering properties and performance in nanomaterials. Aluminium oxide nanomaterials stand out among nanomaterials due to their tremendous uses in ceramic products, fabrics, therapeutic agents, catalyst supports, sewage sludge, and biosensors. The current paper investigates the effect of the nanoparticle composition and layer sequential on the mechanical characteristics of jute (J)-hemp (H) incorporated with an aluminium oxide polymer composite. NaOH is used to change the physical aspects of both plant fibres. A total of 20 specimens were tested with varying stacking sequences and padding weight ratios. Mechanical properties like a nanocomposite's tension, bending, and ILSS was measured. Stacked series and flowability substantially impact the nanocomposite. The Group 3 nanocomposite with 2% Al 2O 3 has the highest tensile strength, 54.28% of the Group 1 and 2 combinations. The stack series significantly influences the material properties of nanomaterials. Because of the alternating layers of natural fabrics, Group 4 specimens have the maximum flexural strength. Group 3 composite materials have the highest ILSS because they have hemp on the outermost surface. It has been discovered that Group 4 material with a 2% Al 2O 3 concentration is possibly the most substantial material. The existence of Al 2O 3 nanoparticles in the green synthesis was confirmed by XRD analysis.