Google celebrates India's Independence Day with special doodle

Claudine Rigal
Août 15, 2017

The Google Doodle showcases the Indian Parliament building in orange hues with an Ashoka Chakra in the foreground. The search engine giant has designed a unique and one of its kind Google Doodle that depicts the parliament house in the most handsome way possible.

On the occasion of the Independence Day of India, internet search engine giant Google has put up a special doodle on its home page to join in the celebrations this year too.

Google decorates its homepage with lovely doodles on special days, birth anniversaries of important personalities and special events like World Cup.

"The Parliament House depicted in her work commemorates this day, this movement, and this triumph of independence". Past year on August 14, too, Google dedicated its doodle with the Mughal-era Lahore Fort, locally known as the Shahi Qila.

In the past, Google has tried out different themes to celebrate Independence Day.

70 years ago, on this very day, Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of the India, raised the national flag above the Red Fort's Lahori Gate as a declaration of the country's newly won independence. List of Desh Bhakti Songs in Hindi for Independence Day 2017.

Google also asking the people of India to vote on "What is your favourite part of Independence day?"

Happy Independence day to all Indian people once again.

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