Some Hindu-Indian girl names with the meaning of "princess" include Ajlal, Daneen, Jodha, Kour and Rajkumari. Names of actual royal Indian princesses include Akkadevi, Rani Lakshmibai, Meerabai and Sita Devi of Kapurthala.
There are several Indian names with meanings that include "princess." The most well-known are probably Kour, Kaur and Rajkumari. The baby-naming site Bachpan.com lists a total of 79 girl names meaning "princess" in Indian.
There are also a number of real princesses from Royal India. Akkadevi was a princess during the Chalukya dynasty. She was known for her administration skills and called Gunadabedangi, or "beauty of virtues." Noor Inayat Khan was the daughter of a noble Indian and an American. She served in the United Kingdom's Women's Auxiliary Air Force and was executed by the Nazis during World War II.
Meerabai was a Hindu princess known for her magical beauty. A worshipper of Lord Krishna, Meerabai created many poems and sacred songs. Rani Lakshmibai married the Maharaja of Jhansi and became queen of that state. Sita Devi of Kapurthala was known as Princess Karam. She knew several European languages and, due to her glamorous dress, became known for being a fashion trendsetter.
Rani Vijaya Devi was an Indian princess known for her musical pursuits. She became a concert pianist and recorded music for both radio and television.