The male Drupadia ravindra has dark brown upperwings with orange patches on the forewings and purplish blue on the hind wings. The female species is dark brown on both wings with a series of black spots on the bluish tornal areas of the hind wings. The underside of the wing is orange with part of the hind wing is white. The hind wings are toothed, have a long white tail at the end of the 2nd vein, a shorter tail at the end of veins 1b and 3.
Larva: Drupadia ravindra larvae are whitish with a green or yellowish base color with a dark brown tinge. On the body there are long horns on the thoracic and abdominal segments. The surface of the body is covered with short sets.
Pupa: Drupadia ravindra pupae are brown in color with whitish patches on the chest and wing pads. The wing box and dorsum of the thorax are grayish brown to greenish brown.