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The name Rani also is a title for the Hindu Goddess Radha, consort of Krishna, or Syama. Radha, otherwise called Radhika, Vrshabanu Nandini (daughter of Vrshabanu) or Radharani, is a goddess known for her qualities of beauty and love. She is a princess, daughter of King Vrshabanu, and the only queen who could conquer Krishna's heart with a simple glance. I gathered this knowledge from Indian literature I've read such as "KRSNA," and the "Venu-Gita."
Morrigu  12/16/2004
Famour bearer: Rani Mukherjee is a popular Indian film actress.
melodyprayer  12/7/2006
Rani is so Indian like Bollywood, who would choose that?
baxter  9/17/2007
Well, baxter, both Rani and Bollywood are Indian. So an Indian person would choose that name, perhaps?
D.Scott  3/3/2009
Pronounced Rah-Nee.
eilonwyrose  4/20/2009
I love love love this name! So what if it's Bollywood Indian or whatever.
― Anonymous User  4/26/2009
The name of two characters in the "Doctor Who" universe:

The Rani - A villainous Time Lady

And

Rani Chandra - One of Sarah Jane's team in "The Sarah Jane Adventures".
Whitewolf513  2/28/2012

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