Famously known as the ‘Bard of Avon’, William Shakespeare was a renowned poet, playwright and and an actor
Pandit Ravi Shankar was conferred the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour in 1999
This Holi, Google doodle celebrates the festival with getting splashed in the colours of red, yellow, green and blue.
The Google doodle may have been designed keeping in mind the huge search interest for cricket as well as the World T20 tournament in the sub-continent
Today’s Google doodle commemorates theremin virtuoso Clara Rockmore, who was born on March 9, 1911, in Lithuania.
Google posted a short video on its home page in which some women are seen sharing their aspirations, completing the sentence “One day I will…”
Google doodle pays homage to well-known Bharatnatyam dancer and choreographer Rukmini Devi Arundale on her 112th birth anniversary.
Dmitri Mendeleev published his version of the periodic table in 1869 with 63 elements. In January 2016, four more were added in the gaps left by him.
Google’s special Republic Day doodle is dedicated to the famed camels of the BSF
Beethoven’s date of birth is still unclear, but December 17th marks the 245th anniversary of his baptism.
Google honours BKS Iyengar, one of the foremost Yoga teachers in India
Google Doodle today celebrates the 200th birthday of mathematician, logician George Boole, who came up with ‘Boolean Algebra’ and Logic
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan celebrated with Google Doodle for his 67th birthday.
Drawn to theosophical beliefs in India, Annie Besant visited India first in 1883. She ran a newspaper New India, which had vehemently criticised the British rule.
A new interactive doodle by Google helps the world remember the La Tomatina festival