The theme for this year’s Google Doodle competition was “A place in India I wish to visit”.
Pune schoolgirl Vaidehi Reddy’s Google Doodle will make its presence felt today on Google homepage on the occasion of Children’s Day.
The first Google Doodle in 1998, the next doodle appeared in 2000 to mark Bastille Day.
Google India announced Vaidehi Reddy as the winner of this year’s Doodle design competition, called Doodle4Google contest.
Google’s now-iconic doodle has become a cultural icon on its own, often an indicator of the global mood, at least the online kind.
The logo of Google starts with a ‘G’ but with the saffron colour, the colour of the top stripe in the Indian flag.
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At an impressionable age of 12, Ustad fled home to follow his passion and learn tabla under the tutelage of Mian Kader Baksh.
The doodle features pufferfish, Japanese macaque – an species of monkey – hummingbird, chameleon and a dung beetle.
The last India doodle marked Sarojini Naidu’s birth anniversary.
Of late, the frequency of India specific doodles seems to be going up
Google’s doodle was clearly meant as a show of support for gay rights
The ‘doodle’ image depicts grand parade that forms a major part of the Republic Day.
As predicted by us,the Google doodle for December 31 did transform to reveal 2014.