- Blue Is Heroic: Her detective outfit is blue, and she's the protagonist of the series.
- "Let's think this through."
- "Chalo, chalo! Let's go!"
- Cool Big Sis: While she doesn't have any siblings, she does treat those younger than her, like Dimples, with compassion and understanding.
- Injured Limb Episode: She sprained her ankle shortly before the episode "Mystery Through the Front Window".
- Kid Detective: The premise of the show.
- Missing Mom: Her mother passed away some time before the show.
- Nice Girl: She's a sweet person who will always look out for others.
- Younger Than They Look: She's 8, but her appearance and voice make her appear around 10-12.
Mira's mongoose sidekicks. Mikku is the tan mongoose with the red glasses, and Chikku is the blue mongoose
- Big Eater: Constantly talking about, looking for, and eating food.
- Hypocritical Humor: Mikku occasionally scolds Chikku for doing things that hes equally guilty of doing.
- Insistent Terminology: Mikku doesnt think of himself as cute. Hes debonair.
- Non-Human Sidekick
- Real Men Wear Pink: When they forget to take off their white jackets before swimming in pink water in "Mystery at the Fashion Show", said jackets are dyed pink, and they show zero discomfort.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Downplayed and inverted. Mikku is marginally more mature than Chikku despite their color schemes.
- Talking Animal: The only animals in the show capable of human speech.
- Team Pet
- Those Two Guys: They are a pair.
The prince of Jalpur and a creative inventor
- Foil: To Veer, who is more of a Jerk with a Heart of Gold while he's Modest Royalty, and while his older brother can be a Know-Nothing Know-It-All, Neel is a Gadgeteer Genius.
- Catchphrase: "Soggy Samosas!"
- Gadgeteer Genius: Regularly provides new inventions of his own making to assist Mira with her cases.
- Modest Royalty: Friendly enough to high five a commoner he just met despite being a member of the royal family.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Veer's blue.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: The more kind-hearted and responsible sibling, compared to Veer.
Heir to the throne of Jalpur and Neel's older brother
- The Chains of Commanding: Despite being a child, he tries to act more mature than the other kids because he is the heir to the throne.
- Demoted to Extra: He started appearing less often later in the show.
- Foil: To Neel. Veer is friendly but not Modest Royalty like his younger brother, and while Neel is a Gadgeteer Genius, Veer can be a Know-Nothing Know-It-All sometimes.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He tends to be rather full of himself, yet he does come through for others.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Neel's red.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: The vain and pompous older sibling compared to Neel.
The queen of Jalpur
- Green and Mean: Averted. She's a Nice Girl who wears a lime green outfit.
- Deadpan Snarker: Occasionally, she'll give a snarky remark when dealing with something illogical.
- Nice Girl: She's very pleasant to be around due to how she helps others out.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Meena's blue.
- Textile Work Is Feminine: Priya's specialty.
- The Team Normal: Neither a member of the royal family nor hired by them.
- True Companions: She's always there to help Mira out when she needs it.
Mira's cousin and Priya's older sister
Mira's aunt and Priya and Meena's mom, and the owner of Pushpa's Boutique
- Drama Queen: She tends to be melodramatic.
A friend to Mira
Mira's friend who enjoys cooking
Kamala's younger sister
- No Indoor Voice: She screams when she talks.
Miras friend and a budding young inventor from the village.
Two thieves who pose as different people to steal things from various people in Jalpur
- All There in the Script: While Poonam's name is very briefly mentioned at the beginning of their debut episode, Manish's is never mentioned in the show proper, appearing only in the credits and in news reports on the show.
- Didn't Think This Through: Whenever they replace an item they steal with a fake one, they fail to notice there's a big difference between the fake and the real thing, which is what makes Mira realize that the real thing is stolen.
- In "The Undercover Princess Mystery", they steal the gem of Jalpur, which is sapphire blue, and replace it with a fake green gem.
- In "The Case of the Fake Painting", they swap a painting of a horse with a fake, but in the fake painting, the horse has two tails while he has only one in the real thing.
- Fair-Play Whodunnit: Any episode featuring them; the audience will immediately realize they're the reason behind the mystery of the day, long before Mira realizes.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: In every appearance, they wear these.
- The Unmasking: Whenever they're caught, this will happen.
- We Will Meet Again: Whenever they are caught at the end of an episode, they usually vow to return, saying something along the lines of, "You may have caught us this time, but we'll be back!" Mira's reply is, "And we'll be ready."