Zee Media Bureau/Irengbam Jenny
New Delhi: Google celebrates Children's Day with the doodle created by 'Doodle 4 Google' winner depicting the colourful and aesthetically rich state of Assam.
This year Google decided to celebrate Children's Day in a unique manner. Google used the doodle created by Pune's Vaidehi Reddy, who was announced as the winner of the sixth edition of the contest, 'Doodle 4 Google'. She got short-listed among 12 finalists. Vaidehi drew a painting on the ‘Natural and Cultural Paradise – Assam’ and this is what is reflected in today’s Google Doodle.
Children's Day doodle reminds you about the beautiful landscape of Northeast state. The doodle featured the rich state of Assam by depicting famous wildlife, the tiger, the one-horned rhinoceros. It also highlights the bamboo tree, tea bags which denotes the luscious green farms of tea. Even the inclusion of woman performing the regional bihu dance is also shown. Everything about the doodle is colourful and bright.
The Doodle 4 Google competition was first launched in 2009.
November 14, is celebrated as Children's Day in the country, to mark the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. He was fondly called Chacha Nehru (Uncle Nehru) or Chaffinch (Uncle) by the kids for his love and affection for them. He saw them as the future of the nation. Google ensured to honour him on his 125th birth anniversary through the vision of his proposed future.