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Today Google is celebrating the Children's Day with a special doodle on its homepage. The sketched doodle was designed by by a 10th standard student, Pune girl, Gayatri Ketharaman.
To explain today's doodle, it can be said to be fully Indian doodle, as the G letter is written with a young girl character who is seen leaping in the air with a dupatta and a musical instrument behind her indicating that she is dancing.
The two Os consist of Re 1 coin that has a graduation cap on it while the other O is balanced by a house on a beam balance.
The other G shows a rocket headed to space, the Mars Mission comes to mind as do Kalpana Chawla and Sunita Williams, Indian women who went to space.
The L is created by an athlete running on track which is formed by the dupatta. And E is created by a policeman's hat.
Thus the Indian doodle is a perfect combination of Indians and Indian sentiments and aspirations. Moreover, it projects a role of an Indian women in the country as well.
However, November 14 is India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru's birthday and in the country Children's Day is celebrated to commemorate his great love for children.