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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Doodle 4 Google - India: The 12 best doodles created by Indian students for Children's Day 11-14



Doodle 4 Google - India: The 12 best doodles created by Indian students for Children's Day

Culminating the sixth edition of Doodle 4 Google - India contest, Google India announced Vaidehi Reddy as the winner of this year's Doodle design competition. The winner was chosen amongst 12 finalists.


The winning Doodle titled "Natural and Cultural Paradise - Assam" will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, Children's Day. By: Vaidehi Reddy, Army Public School, Pune.


"I want to enjoy the sea as life is different there. Time moves from mood to moment, plan the tides, follow the sun, snorkeling, surfing and aloof from the world," said Pranav V Chhatbar, creator of the doodle from Rajkot.


The magic of vibrant Rajasthan, its rich heritage, colorful culture, exciting desert safaris, shining sand dunes and varied wildlife. By: Manaswi N Gaikwad, Mumbai.


"I would love to visit Kerala for Boat Race, ayurvedic treatment and the beautiful flora and fauna of that place. All of this is shown as different symbols in my Doodle," said creator Sarvagjna Miriyala from Mumbai.


"I want to go to Bengal to see the Tiger and the famous Durga Puja. The same is shown in my Doodle as different elements," said creator Shaurya Jadon from Faridabad.


The colonial British gentry to evade the hot summers of the plains took their resort amidst the cool hills of Doon. The wooden benches along the green lawns lulls the mind. Here also prevails peace with the turning Dharamchakra incorporated in alphabet E. By: Amna Firdous, Kolkata.


"I would like to go to Ooty to see the Government Botanical Garden which has an amazing variety of flowers and I will love seeing them," said V Sai Latha Rani from Visakhapatnam.


Howrah Bridge is one of the strongest bridges of the world. The most important thing is that it has no pillars. The bridge connects Howrah and Kolkata and it helps us cross river Hoogly. By: Isa Chowdhury.


The doodle portrays various elements of the islands. G stands for surfing, O is for Jarawa Tribe playing drum, G is the endemic bird called Andaman wood Pigeon, L is a rough map of the island and E is Dugong - a marine animal found nearby. By: Reba Philip, Kottayam.


"I have shown in my Doodle "Attractive Kerala" that I would like to visit due to natural beauty and intriguing food, dance, Gods, and temples, said Samyak Singh from Bhopal.


The ancient bridge is still used even today. It's still connecting the people towards the bright and prosperous future in the abode of clouds, Meghalaya. By: Joel Valentine, Bengaluru.


"Hampi is a village in Northern Karnataka. It is a beautiful heritage site which amazes me with magnificent architecture, awesome design and that is why I wish to visit Hampi. Here I used G O O as Chariot Temple and G L E as scultures of Hampi," said Y Sai Greeshma from Vizag.