The selectors have rewarded performers of the Australia tour earlier this year with left-handed batter Yastika Bhatia making the cut alongside the pace duo of Meghna Singh and Renuka Singh.
Fast bowler Shikha Pandey has also been dropped from the World Cup squad which will be captained by veteran batter Mithali Raj
Kaur was adjudged the player of the match after she smashed a whirlwind 32-ball 65 and then claimed one wicket in an all-round show for the Renegades.
Harmanpreet first took a couple of wickets with her off-spin before smashing an unbeaten 73 off 46 balls as her team Melbourne Renegades defeated Adelaide Strikers by six wickets in Perth.
The 21-year-old Rodrigues, a top-order batter for the Indian women's team, slammed nine fours during her 56-ball 75 to power Melbourne to 142 for five.
India thus ended their Australia tour heartbroken, having already lost the three-match ODI series 1-2 before drawing the rain-marred lone historic day/night Test.
India vs Australia women: Harmanpreet & Co look to play aggressive T20 game to end tour on high note
Criticised for her consistent failures and after losing her place in the 50-over set-up, Jemimah Rodrigues' made a sensational comeback with an unbeaten 49 off 36 balls in the first T20I.
Jemimah Rodrigues's innings had seven boundaries and she was at the crease with the stocky Richa Ghosh at the time of disruption.
Young Indian batter Jemimah Rodrigues will play for Melbourne Renegades in the upcoming Women's Big Bash League.
Rodrigues hit an astounding 17 boundaries and a six as Superchargers chased down a target of 131 in 85 balls after 'Fire' posted 131 for 8 in 100 balls at the Headingley.
Sydney Sixers are close to formalising a deal with Shafali and left-arm spinner Radha Yadav. Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur, Deepti Sharma, Jemimah Rodrigues could also be in demand.
India consumed as many as 181 dot balls on way to posting a below par 201 which England chased down rather comfortably to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series on Sunday.
Jemimah wrote the note after the unveiling of the team's white jersey for India's upcoming tour of England, where Mithali Raj and Co are playing a Test match after seven years.