Children’s Day: Colourful Google Doodle Greets India Kids

Today’s special on Goodle Search page greets you with a painting of a tiger with Assamese cultural ethos in the backdrop depicting the one-horned rhino and a woman performing traditional Bihu dance, while bamboo trees, tea bags and green lush farms give the doodle an aethetic sense.

The painting was the first winner in a competition and Vaidehi Reddy is the kid who made it for the theme “A place in India I wish to visit”. The children’s day special doodle was the 6th in series and the focus os on natural and cultural paradise of Assam, with the northeast in mind. In all 12 paintings have been shortlisted from the students across the country.

India celebrates Children’s Day on November 14, the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, who was known for his love and affection for children, besides the country he headed.

Known as Nehru Chcha for more than five generations since the Independence, Nehru is the architect of modern India’s economic and foreign policies and vouched for peace and non-alignment when the whole world was beset with the Cold war polemics between the United States and Then Soviet Union or present-day Russia.

His vision to keep the country independent of Cold War politics helped visualize our own vision of development and it is relevant even to this day the world is visibly getting drawn into polarized groups again with China or Russia trying to set up second and third regimes .

Today is his 125th birth anniversary and Google India has conducted its sixth edition of Doodle 4 competition where the theme was ‘A place in India I wish to visit’. Among the entries received from the students, basedn on winner’s sketch the doodle of Children’s Day was prepared. Among the 12 shortlisted 12 finalists, Google India announced Vaidehi Reddy as the winner of this year’s Doodle design competition. She drew a painting about the ‘Natural and Cultural Paradise – Assam’ and this is what is reflected in today’s Google Doodle.

The Google Doodle of Children’s Day reminds you everything beautiful about the northeast state. It highlights the famous wildlife, the tiger, the one-horned rhinoceros. The inclusion of woman performing the regional bihu dance, the bamboo trees, tea bags denoting the luscious green farms of tea; everything is so colourful and bright!

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