Ms Mannequin: Meet Sunitha


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Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations:  Files I Find on My Computer Years Later

A free printable paper doll of a young woman named Sunitha in color or black and white.

Sunitha is a Hindi name meaning “well conducted, polite,” according to Behind the Name (my favorite name website). When I am trying to find a name from a culture that I don’t know much about, in this case India, I usually google search the name to see if anyone has it who is famous. Sometimes, that tells me if the name is common or something super unusual.

I was comforted when I found out that Sunitha is also the name of an actress and playback artist, Sunitha Upadrashta, in the Telugu cinema industry. For those of you who, like me, didn’t know what the Teluga film industry is, it is a region of India which produces films much like the classic Bollywood movies. My favorite Indian restaurant plays Bollywood films and I find them totally fascinating, though I confess I don’t really get the plots that often.

The truth is that I kinda found today’s paper doll on my computer, but I created her several years ago. Super embarrassing, but it does happen erratically. She has a new skintone to add to the Ms. Mannequinn collection and any future dolls with the same green colored bases will have the same skintone for additional shoe sharing options.

Everything is better with additional shoe sharing options.

Do let me know what you think of today’s paper doll Sunitha in a comment. I always like to hear from my readers. Plus if anyone knows if Sunitha is a common Hindi name, that would be cool to know, too. 🙂

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4 comments

  1. I like her, too. Very pretty.

    My husband loves watching cricket, specifically he watches a channel that shows Indian teams and other south east Asian teams. The commercials are fantastic! Can’t say I’ve ever seen a Bollywood film, but these commercials are like mini Bollywood films with complete casts & plots. I just love them!

    Will you create any Indian inspired outfits? I’d love to see a sari!

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