Google celebrates Mother`s Day with an interactive doodle
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Keeping up with the tradition, Google, the search engine giant honours mothers around the world with an interactive doodle today.
Visitors are greeted with a warm and playful doodle and clicking on the play button starts an interactive session where one prepares a gift for his or her mother. The doodle is a perfect reminder for you to call and visit your mother no matter where you are and shower her with your love , gifts and admiration.
The doodle also shows a search icon at the lower right part which on clicking sends the user to a search results page for Mother`s Day.
Mother’s Day is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May and it is a day marked to show one’s appreciation towards our mothers. This occasion can be traced back to 1908 when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother in United States. She then began a campaign to make Mother`s Day a recognized holiday in the US .It became an official US holiday in 1914, which was also adopted by other countries including India.
So, don’t miss this awesome doodle and don’t forget the message that it strives to communicates. Love your mother and celebrate this Mother’s Day with her giving her all the respect and attention she deserves.
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