Google marks Children’s Day 2011 with a special doodle
Today, the doodle that Google India put on its home page to celebrate Children’s Day, the birthday of the first Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, was created by Varsha Gupta, a Class III student from Ryan International School, Greater Noida. Varsha Gupta was chosen as the winner of this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition organised by Google.
Google had announced that it would put the winning Doodle 4 Google entry on the Google India homepage on Children’s Day – 14th November 2011.
Varsha Gupta says, “India is a land of different cultures. In India, music plays a very important role. India has given many musical instruments to the world. Goddess Saraswati plays Veena, God Shiv plays Damaru. According to our mythological stories musical instruments used to be played on all the occasions. Even during war musical instruments were played. Lord Krishna’s flute is known in the whole world for its magical music. In modern days Mr. Zakir Hussain is world famous as Tabla Mastro and Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma is known as a great Santoor player all over the world”.
Google India had presented Varsha Gupta with the winning certificate along with a technology starter package including a laptop, a year’s Internet connection and a Rs 2,00,000 technology grant for her school.
Enjoy Children’s Day 2011 today 14 November.
Deepika GuptaGoogle marks Children’s Day 2011 with a special doodle
by Deepika Gupta ( Author at Spirit India )
Posted on November 14th, 2011 at 11:14 am.
Last updated on March 20th, 2012 at 2:16 pm.
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