The Indian women's national cricket team, majorly known as the Women in Blue, represents the country of India in the world of women's international cricket. The Indian women's national cricket squad has made the World Cup final on three events, losing to Australia by 98 in 2005 and losing to England by nine in 2017. India's squad has made the semi-finals on three other tournaments, in 1997, 2000, and 2009. Indian women's cricket team has also made the finals of the WT20 on one event (2020) and the semi-finals on three tournaments (2009, 2010, and 2018). Have a look at the top 10 best women cricketers of India in Test cricket till 2022-

10. Diana Edulji

Diana Edulji then went on to play for the Railways and then the Indian national women's cricket team, where she became a successful slow left-arm orthodox bowler. Diana played her first series in 1975 and 1978 she was made the captain of the team. Diana remains the third-highest wicket-taker in Tests.

9. Shashi Gupta

Shashi is a former Indian cricket player in Test and One Day International cricket and currently a National Selector of the Indian Women's Cricket Team at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Shashi has played a total of 13 Tests and 20 ODIs for India.

8. Hemlata Kala

Hemlata Kala plays for the Indian national women's cricket team and has played seven women's test matches and 74 women's one-day internationals. Hemlata is a right-hand batter and bowls right-arm medium-fast.

7. Anjum Chopra

Anjum is a left-handed batswoman who bowls right-arm medium-fast and has played 12 Tests and 116 ODIs for the Indian women's cricket team; she was coached by Sunita Sharma, Hardeep Dua, and Tarak Sinha from Sonnet Club.

6. Sudha Shah

Sudha is a former Test and One Day International cricket player who represented India successfully. Sudha also represented Tamil Nadu and South Zone in India's domestic competitions. Sudha played 21 Tests and 13 One Day Internationals for India.

5. Gargi Banerjee

Gargi is a former Test and One Day International cricket player who represented India in the world of cricket. Gargi made her debut in international cricket at the age of 16 at the Eden Gardens in a World Cup match against England and played for West Bengal in India's domestic league before her international appearance.

4. Mithali Dorai Raj

Mithali is an Indian cricket player and the Test and ODI captain of the Indian women's national cricket team; she is a right-handed opening batter, and occasional right-arm leg-break bowler. Mithali is the top run-hitter in women’s international cricket.

3. Shubhangi Kulkarni

Shubhangi is a former Indian cricket player and one of the game's most successful administrators; She received India's highest sporting honour, the Arjuna Award in 1985. Shubhangi was the secretary of the Women's Cricket Association of India (WCAI) when WCAI was merged into BCCI in 2006.

2. Shantha Rangaswamy

Shantha is an Indian cricket player who played Women's Test cricket for India in 16 matches between 1976 and 1991, captaining India's squad in 8 matches in 1976-77 and four in 1983–84. India won its first-ever test series in November 1976 against West Indies under Shantha Rangaswamy's captainship.

1. Sandhya Agarwal

Sandhya played in 13 Test matches between 1984 and 1995, scoring 1,110 runs at a batting average of 50.45, including 4 tons. Sandhya touched her top score of 190 runs against England in 1986, beating Betty Snowball's high score of 189 runs that had held the record in women's Test cricket from 1935. However, Sandhaya's mark was passed by Denise Annetts, who scored 193 runs in 1987.