Due to the exponential growth of NoSQL databases and in addition the circumstance of perusing humongous volumes of information, maximum applications switch RDBMS to NoSQL and pick it as information stockpiling framework. But we all know that RDBMS have several advantages which make it a popular platform across several applications over the decades. Therefore we view the standard problem of converting the RDBMS to NoSQL in reverse approach and we conceptualize a problem where NoSQL is converted back to a RDBMS based system. A generic framework is proposed in this paper so that different NoSQL databases could be converted to RDBMS. This approach is illustrated here using a case study on MongoDB and Neo4j. MongoDB is a document oriented database, fully unstructured and schemaless whereas Neo4j is a graph oriented database, fully unstructured and schemaless. This proves robustness of our proposed mechanism. © 2018 Copyright held by the owner/author(s).