Doodle For Google: Children’s Day Special

Doodle For GoogleGoogle celebrates the Children’s Day in India by showing a unique and traditional Indian Doodle, designed by Varsha Gupta, a class III Student from Ryan International School, Greater Noida. She was the winner of this year’s Doodle competition in India. As promised, the Doodle has been published on November 14, 2011.

Varsha will get a technology starter package along with a 2,00,000 INR as a grant from Google for developing this creative Doodle. When asked about the Doodle, Varsha explained that, India, being a land of multi-traditions, Music is the one which plays the most important role. Each culture has its own music instrument. She quoted different instances from Mythology where Music played an important role.

India’s gift to the world was the competition topic for this year’s Doodle. Being the third such competition in India, Google received 1,55,000 entries from various students ranging from Class I to Class X. Many were shortlisted and a few winners were selected and recognized well by Google by grants and freebies. In addition to the national winner, Varsha, there were four other Doodles which were recognized and awarded by Google.

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