Krishna Sobti, was born in Gujarat (West Punjab, in present-day Pakistan) on February 18, 1925. She is a well-known Hindi fiction writer. Her style and finesse to play with the emotional aspects of her writings impart an authentic touch to whatever class of themes and myriad situations she portray. The quintessence of her imagination lies in her honesty and impatience to reach the truth and to delve deep into things, rather than merely look at them. The present study is an attempt to investigate her work with a feminist lens, focusing on her female characters in three of her novels namely Daar Se Bichudi, Mitro Marjani and Dil-o-Danish.