39 Brave Hindu Queen Names for Your Baby Girl

They were just not your ordinary women. These warrior queens were fairly advanced, and their bravery and never-say-die spirit had a huge impact on society. A look at the ones that every baby should be aware of.

It is hard not to have read about the Rani of Jhansi in history books as a baby growing up in India. Her fighting skills, patriotism, hard battles with the British, and eventual defeat in the Battle of Gwalior have secured her place in history as one of India's greatest warrior queens. Put your baby names as like them who would know your baby girl will be the next princess or Hindu queen.

1. Rani Lakshmi bai
Rani Laxmibai, commonly known as the Rani of Jhansi, was a key player in the 1857 Indian Revolt. She is also considered one of India's greatest freedom fighters. Rani Lakshmibai was born on November 19, 1835, in Varanasi, India. Manikarnika Tambe was her given name, and she was known as Manu. Moropant Tambe was her father, and Bhagirathi Sapre (Bhagirathi Bai) was her mother, both of whom were from modern-day Maharashtra.
2. Rani Padmavati
Padmini, also known as Padmavati, was trained by her father Gandharvsena and mother Champavati. "Hiramani," Padmini's talking parrot, was her pet. Her father organised a swayamvara to marry his lovely daughter to a capable man, and all the Hindu kings and Rajputs were invited (request to marry her by showing their eligibility). Despite of having several wives, King Rawal Ratan Singh of Chittor went to the swayamvara after hearing of Padmini's characteristics. He accepted her hand there by fighting Malkhan Singh, another eligible king. With his beautiful queen Padmini, he returned to Chittor.
3. Rani Ahilyabai holkari
From May 31, 1725, to August 13, 1795, Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar was the Holkar Queen of India's Maratha Malwa kingdom. Rajmata Ahilyabai grew up in the village of Chondi in Jamkhed, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra. She moved the capital to Maheshwar, which is located south of Indore on the Narmada River.
In the battle of Kumbher in 1754, Khanderao Holkar, Ahilyabai's husband, was murdered. Her father-in-law, Malhar Rao Holkar, passed away 12 years later. A year later, she was crowned queen of Malwa.
4. Rani Avanti bai
Avantibai Lodhi was a Madhya Pradesh freedom warrior and the queen of Ramgarh (now Dindori). During the Indian Rebellion of 1857, she was an enemy of the British East India Company, and most of what we know about her comes from tradition. She chose to take up arms after the death of her husband and in protest against the Doctrine of Lapse.Avantibai organised and led a 4000-strong army when the revolution of 1857 began.
5. Rani Chenemma
The first woman to struggle for independence was Queen Chennamma. To rescue her nation, she fought war against the British.
In Karnataka and Kittur, Queen Chennamma sculptures have been built. She had learned to fight, archery, and ride horses while she was in her teenage. Queen Chennamma was one of the first women to stand up to the British imperialism. The victory of Queen Chennamma is still honored in Kittur on October 22nd through 24th.
6. Mirabai
Meera, also known as Mirabai or Sant Meerabai, was a Hindu mystic poet and Krishna devotee who lived in the 16th century. In the Hindu tradition of North India, she is known as a Bhakti saint. Mirabai was born in Kudki to a Rajput royal family, the Rathore Rajputs, and grew up in Merta.
7. Akkadevi
The name of Akkadevi (1010-1064 CE) stands very high with Karnataka's legendary heroines and administrators. She was a Chalukyan princess who ruled over several parts of the Chalukyan dominions for about half a century, including Banavasi, Kisukadu, and Masavadi.
8. Jijabai
Jijabai was noted for her skill, bravery, and foresight, which she nurtured in her son Shivaji. She was also a talented horse rider and a swordswoman who could put even the best fighters to shame. As queen regent, she managed the development of her husband's jagir at Poona.
9. Rani Velu Nachiyar
Rani Velu Nachiyar was the first queen in India to fight for independence from the British. In 1780, she gave the Marudu brothers administrative responsibilities over the kingdom. Velu Nachiyar died on December 25, 1796, just a few years later.
10. Rani durgavati
Rani Durgavati's achievements added to the glory of her ancestors' bravery and support of the arts. She married Dalpat Shah, the eldest son of Gond Dynasty king Sangram Shah, in 1542. As a result of this marriage, the Chandel and Gond kingdoms became closer, and Keerat Rai received assistance from the Gonds.
11. Abbakka Chowta
Rani Abbakka Chowta was India's first female independence fighter. She was the first Tuluva Queen of Ullal (modern-day Mangalore), and her uncle Tirumala Raya named her queen of Ullal in 1525, as the Chowtas used a patrilocal system. Her uncle also arranged for her to marry; however, this union led to her losing Ullal and ultimately to her death.
12. Tarabai
Tarabai was an expert cavalry rider who made strategic moves during battles. She was personally in charge of the war and continued to fight the Mughals. The Mughals were granted peace, but it was quickly rejected by the Mughal emperor, and Tarabai resumed the Maratha fight.
13. Rani Rudrama devil
Rudhramadevi was treated as a boy when she was born and given the name Rudradeva. South India was ruled by male rulers at the time. So Ganapati Deva trained her as a prince and trained in her every military skill.
14. Tirumala Devi
Emperor Krishnadevaraya's older wife and senior queen (Patta maharishi) Tirumala Devi (also known as Tirumalamba) (died 1553) was the most powerful ruler of the Vijayanagara Empire. She was also Krishnadevaraya's most honoured wife and the mother of his heir-apparent, Prince Tirumala, who died as a toddler.
15. Annpurna
Annapurna Maharana was an Indian pro-independence activist who was active in the Indian independence movement from 3 November 1917 to 31 December 2012. She was also a well-known feminist and social activist. Mohandas Gandhi had Maharana as a close friend.
16. Maharani Rukmini
Rukmini's private performances for the Maharani aided her transition by presenting an alternative – painting. Rukmini went back to painting, where she thought society's judgments were less important. Fortunately, she quickly began to act like it and resumed it with fresh vigour.
17. Maharani Sita Devi Sahib
Sita Devi Sahib, the daughter of Maharaja of Pithapuram, was born on May 12, 1917, in Madras, India. Surya Rao Bahadur Garu, Sri Raja Rao Venkata Kumara Mahipati, and his wife, Shri Rani Chennamma Devi of Mirzapuram.
18. Rani Ganapamba
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19. Maharani Indira devi
On this day in 1892, Maharani Indira Devi of Cooch Behar is born! Princess Indira Raje of Baroda was born in the luxurious Lakshmi Vilas Palace in Baroda, the only daughter of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III and Maharani Chimnabai, and was one of the first Indian princesses to receive a western education after the purdah regime was removed.
20. Rani Yashoda devi of Patiyala
Maharani Yashoda Devi of Patiala was famous for beautifying herself with her husband's favourite set of jewels. The Maharaja of Patiyala presented her with a superb ruby and a pearl necklace.
21. Rani Jhalkari Bai
Jhalkari Bai was a member of Jhansi's Durga Dal, or women's brigade. Her husband was a Jhansi army soldier, and Jhalkari had also been trained in archery and swordplay. Her striking resemblance to Lakshmibai aided the Jhansi army in developing a strategic strategy to fool the British.
22. Suniti devi
Half-length portrait of Suniti Devi, Maharani of Koch, Bihar. The Maharani wears a lace headdress that reaches her waist, as well as a diamond necklace and matching bangles, and she stands three-quarters to the right. Her left arm is propped up against the back of a chair.
23. Lakshmi Sehgal
Captain Lakshmi Sehgal was born on October 24, 1914, in the Pattambi district of Kerala as Lakshmi Swaminathan. She is the daughter of lawyer S. Swaminathan and social worker and Indian Independence activist A.V. Ammukutty, also known as Ammu Swaminathan.
24. Azizun Bai (Nisa)
Shamsuddin Sawar of the 42nd Cavalry was Azizun's famous and public love interest. This appears to be the reason for her role in the 1857 Revolt.
25. Rani karnavati (karmavati)
Rani Karnavati, also known as Rani Karmavati, was a princess from Bundi, India, who served as a temporary ruler. She married Rana Sanga of Chittorgarh, the Mewar Kingdom's capital.
26. Maharani tapas vino
Mataji Maharani Tapaswini was one of India's most loyal fans of female education. Her most major achievement was the Mahakali Pathshala, which she established in Kolkata in 1893. The school was self and didn't depend on any outside financing or assistance.
27. Rani Draupadi bai 1857
Rani Draupadi Bai is regarded as becoming a mastermind of the Dhar region's revolution. She was a commander of Jhansi's revolutionary Rani Lakshmi bai's team.
28. Veer Bala Champa
Champa was Maharana Pratap Singh's daughter, who gave her life to protect her father's and kingdom's glory. Such was the great daughters of our country's heroic soldiers.
29. Rani tejbai
Tejbai was only eight years old when she married Shivaji's younger son Rajaram. She witnessed the rise and fall of the Marathas. The Mughals and Marathas were continually at war for rule of the Deccan throughout this time.
30. Rani Ishwari kumari
Rani Ishwari Kumari also took shelter in Nepal's forests. Despite appeals, both Hazrat Mahal and Ishwari Kumari refused to surrender to the British.
31. Rani Mangammal
Her diplomatic and political skills, as well as successful military campaigns, are equally well-known. Tiruchy was the capital of Madurai Kingdom during her kingdom. 1689 - 1704 C.E.
32. Onake Obbava
Onake obbava is a Maharani of Karnataka who is known for her bravery. She was fighting alone with a hammer to Hyder Ali Khan's army while not choosing the option of surrendering in front of them.
33. Bibi Sahib Kaur
Raja Sahib Singh Sidhu of Patiala's elder sister, Bibi Sahib Kaur, was a Sikh princess. She led forces into battle against the Marathas and was one of the few Punjabi Sikh women to defeat a Maratha general named Anita Rao.
34. Jhalkari Bai
Jhalkaribai was a lady soldier who was important in the 1857 Indian Rebellion. She was a member of Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi's women's army. She finally got to the rank of Rani of Jhansi, a major advisor to the queen.
35. Uda Devi 1857 Lucknow
Uda Devi was a famous 'Dalit Veerangana' who fought one of the deadliest battles in Lucknow, known as the Battle of Sikandar Bagh, in 1857 against the British East India Company. Before her death on the battlefield on November 16, 1857, she had killed as many as 32 British soldiers.
36. Rani Samyukta
Samyukta, sometimes known as Sanyogita or Sanjukta, was the daughter of King Jaichand of Kannauj and one of Prithviraj Chauhan's three brides. In Chand Bardai's Prithviraj Raso, the love between Prithviraj and Samyukta is one of India's most celebrated mediaeval romances.
37. Maharani Jodha Bai
Even while isolated in the Mughal harem, Jodhabai was regarded by a witness as "a great explorer," standing above amazing business enterprises.
38. Chand Bibi
Sultana Chand Bibi was a warrior and Deccani ruler. During the minority of Ibrahim Adil Shah II in 1580-1590, she was Regent of Bijapur Sultanate, and during the minority of her great nephew Bahadur Shah in 1595-1600, she was Regent of Ahmednagar Sultanate.
39. Rudramba
Rudrama Devi was Rudradeva Maharaja from 1259 to 1260, serving alongside her father as co-regent. For the first two or three years of their combined leadership, the invasion of Jatavarma Sundara Pandya I and the disastrous defeat of the Kakatiyas and their allies at Muttukur, near Nellore, pushed the kingdom into chaos and turmoil. Though Ganapatideva was eventually successful in stemming the tide of invasion, he lost land and prestige, as well as authority over his feudatories and nobles.