Published By: Ishani Karmakar

Most Beautiful Queens In Indian History

Do you know who the most stunning Indian queens were?

There were a select few queens in Indian history who achieved widespread fame. Historians agree that Pani Padmavati was the most stunning Indian queen. She was Queen Rawal Ratan Singh's wife. It's true that Rani Padmavati was an impressive figure, but she wasn't the only Indian queen to make history. Many stunning princesses have graced Indian soil. The most stunning Indian queens ever are about to be revealed.


Originally from the Indian state of Karnataka, Queen Akkadevi belonged to the Chalukya dynasty. As an official, she was much admired for her stunning good looks. Sometimes referred to as simply "Beauty," she was widely regarded as one of history's most stunning monarchs.

During her reign, she enlarged her region, funded grants for education, and donated generously to Jain and Hindu temples.

Noor Inayat Khan

Hazrat Inayat Khan's oldest daughter was known as Rani Noor Inayat Khan. She was a member of a royal dynasty of Indian Muslims. Rani Noor, a member of the Special Operations Executive, was posthumously awarded the George Cross, the United Kingdom's highest civilian honour, for her service during World War II.


Rani Meerabai was a famous Hindu princess who was known for her love of and devotion to Krishna. Her devotional poetry and hymns earned her widespread renown. Stories from her village tell all the details of her existence. She has this enchanted beauty, so the story goes.

She is a spiritually beautiful and virtuous princess because of her devotion to Krishna and the joy of her love. Rani Meerabhai is widely regarded as one of India's most stunning royals.

Rani Lakshmibai

The legendary Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi. She was given the name Manikarnika and was born into a Brahmin household in the city of Varanasi. After marrying Raja Gangadhar Rao, Maharaja of Jhansi, she adopted the name Rani Lakshmibai.

One of India's most stunning monarchs, Lakshamibai reigned over the princely state of Jhansi while the Marathas dominated the country. Lakshmibai is widely regarded as one of India's most formidable fighters, and she has been praised by historians.

Maharani Gayatri Devi

Gayatri Devi was born a princess of Cooch Behar. When Gayatri Devi married HH Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II, she became the third Maharani of Jaipur.

Once, Vogue magazine named her one of "The 10 Most Gorgeous Ladies in the World." She rose to political prominence after the fall of India's princely kingdoms in the wake of independence. Gayatri Devi grew up to be a style icon, and she is revered for her classical beauty.

Queen Rani Durgavati of Gondwana

Rani Durgavati Maravi was a member of Rajput Monarch Keerat Rai's immediate family. They tied the knot in 1542, with Dalpat Shah being the oldest son of Gond Dynasty King Sangram Shah. After her husband died in 1550, she took his place as Gond's imperial ruler. She effectively led the dynasty with the help of a few trusted officials.