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Notable people named Indira
- Indira Bajt (born 1980), Slovene chess player.
- Indira Devi (born February 19, 1892 – died September 6, 1968), Indian autobiographer, princess turned queen and Maharaja of Cooch Behar Jitendra Narayan's wife.
- Indira Gandhi (born November 19, 1917 – died October 31, 1984), Indian socialist and forth Prime Minister of India.
- Indira Jaising (born June 3, 1940), Indian lawyer, feminist, human rights activist and solicitor.
- Indira Kastratović (born October 2, 1970), Macedonian handball player.
- Indira Freitas Johnson (born 1943), Indian artist and nonviolence educator.
- Indira Kadambi (born September 30, 1969), Indian performer and dance teacher.
- Indira Levak (born September 15, 1973), Croatian singer member of Colonia.
- Indira Miri (born 1910 - died 2004), Indian educationist.
- Indira Naidoo (born 1968), Australian writer, journalist and television presenter.
- Indira Nath (born January 14, 1938) is an Indian immunologist.
- Indira Neville (born 1973), New Zealand comics artist, community organiser, musician and educationalist.
- Indira Parthasarathy, (born July 7, 1930), Indian writer and playwright.
- Indira Radić (born 14 June 1966), Serbian singer.
- Indira Samarasekera (born April 11, 1952) Canadian-Sri Lankian twelfth president and vice-chancellor of the University of Alberta.
- Indira Sant (born 1914 – died 2000), Indian poetess.
- Indira Vizcaíno Silva (born January 14, 1987), Mexican politician.
- Indira Spence (born September 8, 1986), Jamaican hurdler.
- Indira Stefanianna (born December 15, 1946), American/Icelandic actress and singer.
- Indira Talwani (born 1960), American lawyer and jurist.
- Indira Terrero (born November 29, 1985), Cuban-Spanish sprinter.
- Indira Varma (born May 14, 1973), English actress.
- Indira Weis (born September 30, 1979), Indian-German actress and singer.
Notable people with surnamed Indira
- M. K. Indira (born January 5, 1917 – died March 15, 1994), Indian writer.
- Indira, from the Abdul Rashid Kardar's 1950 film Dastan.
- Indira (1929 film), directed by Jyotish Bannerjee.
- Indira (1983 film), directed by Dinen Gupta.
- Indira (1991 film), directed by Nripen Mohla.
- Indira (1995 film), directed by Suhasini Manirathnam.
- Indira Vizha (2009 film), directed by K. Rajeshwa.
- Indira (play), 2015 Marathi language play
- Indira is a byname of the Indian goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of prosperity, good luck, and beauty.
- Indira Col, a col in the Karakoram mountains.
- Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, an Indian premier government-funded arts organization.
- Indira Kala Sangeet University, a public university in Chhattisgarh's state.
- Indira Marathon, an Indian national annual full marathon held in Allahabad's state.
- Indira Mount, an Indian seabed mountain situated in Antarctic Ocean.
- Indira Point, an India southernmost tip in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
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