On the occasion of Children's Day Google India homepage today is displaying the award winning Doodle which was designed by a teenager based in Chandigarh. The teenager’s name is Arun Kumar Yadav and he names his as “Prism of Multiplicity”. Around 100 million people in India can have a glimpse of this award winning doodle which will appear on the home page of the search engine on November 14. Know more about the Doodle 4 Google India competition and its winners from here.
The doodle also known as ‘Prism of Multiplicity’ features the following images in a sequence depicting the Google name:
- Football player
- Kathakali dancer
- Gold jewellery
- A peacock,
- Farmer and
- Bunch of flowers
A per the official sources, this year’s Doodle 4 Google contest received a maximum of 2,00,000 submissions from across 60 Indian cities out of which teenager Arun Kumar Yadav was declared a winner of the contest. The theme given for the contest was ‘Unity in Diversity’ and the winner was selected by a two-member jury of acclaimed cartoonist Ajit Ninan and popular actor Boman Irani.
Rajan Anandan, Vice-President and Managing Director, Google India while announcing this year winner stated that this unique competition was introduced four years ago with the purpose of encouraging Indian children to take up creative work.
Google also intends at creating more art awareness through its search engine and as part of this has tied up with 41 countries under Google Art Project for bringing the best from the world of art to more than two billion internet users. There are also efforts going on in Google by which users in any part of the world to visit the best museums in London and Paris from their computer itself instead of visiting them physically. Google hopes that such initiatives would help bring a sense of unity among the world population.