Indian Women’s Cricket Team List With Photos

The Indian Women’s Cricket Team is also known as Women in Blue. For the past few years, we have seen amazing performances from the Indian Women’s Cricket Team.

At present, India is in 4th position in International Women’s cricket. They have a total rating point of 111 and India is also the best team in Asia. 

Indian Women’s Cricket Team Players

At present, Harmanpreet Kaur is leading the Indian side and Ramesh Powar is the coach of the Indian women’s team. Let us know more about the Indian women’s cricket team briefly.

Grade A Players

# Harmanpreet Kaur

Harmanpreet Kaur

Harmanpreet Kaur is the captain of the Indian women’s cricket team. She is leading the Indian side in every format and is also popular because of her power-hitting skills. She is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler. 

# Smriti Mandhana

Smriti Mandhana

Smriti Mandhana is the left-handed opener Batsman of the Indian women’s cricket team. She was the only player who made her place on the world cricket team in the year 2016. 

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Her batting skills also got her a contract with Brisbane Heat in Big Bash League. She is quite popular because of her timing and finding gaps in the power play-overs. 

# Poonam Yadav

Poonam Yadav

Poonam Yadav is a famous leg spinner of the Indian side who belongs to Uttar Pradesh. She got popular when Mithali Raj was leading the team because she uses her at the perfect time. 

Poonam is a slow-leg break bowler who keeps a very low pace with flighted deliveries and deceives opponents with some magical deliveries. 

Grade B Players

# Mithali Raj 

Mithali Raj 

Mithali Raj is one of the most popular names on the Indian women’s cricket side. She is quite popular because of her batting style, she amazed people by scoring a double hundred in a Test against England when she was just 19. 

She also has the record of the highest runs on the Indian cricket team. She also led the Indian side before Harmanpreet Kaur took command. 

# Jhulan Goswami

Jhulan Goswami

Jhulan Goswami is the best fast bowler in the world, she took 195 wickets in ODI cricket, which is the highest by any woman in International cricket. 

She is the fast bowling sensation of the Indian bowling unit who can also play some shots in the slog overs. She also won some awards like ICC Women’s Player of The Year, Arjuna Award, and Padma Shri Award. 

# Ekta Bisht

kta Bisht

Ekta Bisht is the senior player of the Indian Women’s cricket team. She is the slow left-arm bowler who comes from the round wicket to the right-handers. 

She is a very economical bowler of the Indian side who can also bowl some important overs in power plays and can take the team to a good position. 

# Radha Yadav

Radha Yadav

Radha Yadav is also a left-arm finger spin bowler who is also popular because of her amazing fielding efforts. 

Radha started her career at the age of 18 and she is the only girl who got selected from Gujarat. Radha Yadav is a special T20 bowler who is popular for her economic spells. 

# Shikha Pandey

Shikha Pandey

Shikha Pandey is a fast bowling all-rounder who started her career in 2014 by playing an international match. At the early stage, she got selected for Goa’s team and then got a chance to play on the national team. 

Shikha Pandey can also stick to the crease when the top order gets collapsed and can also score some quick runs in the end. 

# Deepti Sharma

Deepti Sharma

Deepti Sharma is a left-handed batsman with a right-arm-off spin bowling ability. She mainly plays in the middle order and scores steady runs in the middle overs. 

Apart from that, her bowling ability is very inspiring, she can bowl anytime whether in middle overs or starting with the power plays. She has the record for highest scoring runs from an Indian women cricketer, which is 188. 

# Jemimah Rodriguez

Jemimah Rodriguez

Jemimah is a charming batsman of this era who has already played some amazing knocks for the Indian team. She is a right-handed batsman who believes in smacking boundaries between the gaps. 

For India, she plays in the middle order and she also got a contract in Big Bash League where she contributed as an opener. 

# Taniya Bhatia

Taniya Bhatia

Taniya Bhatia is a wicketkeeper-batsman who plays in the lower order in the Indian team. She has been trained under Kiran More’s supervision and has some amazing skills. 

Her wicket-keeping skills are quite amazing and she has to work on her batting at present. Overall, she deserves to be on the team because of her keeping skills. 

Grade C Players

# Veda Krishnamurthy

Veda Krishnamurthy

Veda Krishnamurthy is a right-handed batsman who bats in the middle order. She has played some amazing knocks and has taken the scoreboard running towards them. 

She also can score some quick runs in the end and can put the team in a good position. 

# Shafali Verma

Shafali Verma

Shafali Verma is the youngest and the most destructive women cricketer on the Indian team. She started her career at the age of 15 and built her image very quickly. 


Shafali is a right-handed opener batsman who can score some quick runs in the power plays. She is even compared with Virender Sehwag because of her quick scoring ability. Shafali’s power-smacking shot makes her a bold and steady player. 

# Pooja Vastrakar

Pooja Vastrakar

Pooja Vastrakar is a fast bowling all-rounder of the Indian team who can score runs in the end and can also start bowling in power play-overs. 

Pooja took some time to get in touch for her international performance but now she is a permanent member of the Indian women’s cricket team. She plays on the lower batting order and can provide some quick runs with her pinch-hitting ability. 

# Rajeshwari Gayakwad

Rajeshwari Gayakwad

Rajeshwari Gayakwad is a small left-arm spinner who keeps attacking the stumps. She has some amazing records in ODIs and has created a good impact on the team. 

Here bowling always keeps the batsman under control and slogging her is quite a difficult task for the right-hand batsman because playing against the turn is quite a difficult task. 

# Punam Raut

Punam Raut

Punam Raut is a right-handed opener batsman whose strike rate is not good enough but she can stick on the wicket for many overs. Her scoring rate is a bit slow but manages to take herself to a good position.

She is a short-height batsman who believes in rotating strikes with proper timing. Overall, she has a very good temperament and most of the time plays in the absence of any opening pair. 

# Yastika Bhatia

Yastika Bhatia

Yastika Bhatia is a left-handed batsman who plays in the top order. She has a good strike rate against fast bowlers and also believes in quick strike rotation. 

She mainly plays one down and she aims to keep the scorecard running with a constant strike rate. She also attacks loose balls and takes proper advantage of them. 

# Harleen Deol

Harleen Deol

Harleen Deol is a right-handed batsman in the middle order who can boost the economic rate of the Indian team. She has played some good knocks recently.

Apart from that, she is also a very good fielder who fields in the deep in slog overs. Still, she needs to work on her batting skills to claim a permanent spot on the team.  

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who is the best female bowler in India?

Ans. Till now, the best female bowler in India is Jhulan Goswami, who is the main fast bowler in India. She has grabbed some amazing records as a fast bowler and has taken 250 wickets in ODI women’s cricket. 

2. Who is the best female cricketer?

Ans. Alyssa Healy, Smriti Mandhana, Beth Mooney, and Ellyse Perry are the best female cricketers of this era. They have scored many runs and made their team win in different situations. 

Some of these players also won the award of ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year. 

3. Who is the first captain of the Indian women’s cricket team?

Ans. Santha Rangaswamy was the first captain of the Indian women’s cricket team who led the Indian side in 1976 against West Indians in a test match at Chinnaswamy Stadium, Banglore. 

4. Why is women’s cricket not popular in India?

Ans. There are different reasons such as lack of resources and viewers. People don’t promote women’s cricket matches on social media and that’s why viewers are unable to know about the match dates. 

Another reason is that the BCCI is not funding women’s cricket properly. BCCI has taken so many initiatives for Men’s cricket and those initiatives should also be taken for Women’s Cricket for their popularity. 

But now people have started watching women cricket also and we can expect a bright future from that. 

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