I would advise you to get the property registered in your name first. And if you feel like giving the property to your daughter in future, you can draw a gift deed in favor of your daughter. This document allows you to gift your assets or transfer ownership without any exchange of money. To gift immovable property, you just have to draft the document on a stamp paper, have it attested by two witnesses and register it. Registering a gift deed with the sub-registrar of assurances is mandatory as per Section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908, failing which the transfer will be invalid. Besides, such a transfer is irrevocable. Once the property is gifted, it belongs to the beneficiary and you cannot reverse the transfer or even ask for monetary compensation.
The benefit with Gift deed is that State governments offer a concession on stamp duty rates if the property is gifted to blood relatives.
You can also get a will in your daughter's name duly registered, but rights would be trasferred on your demise.