Today marks the 78th birth anniversary of legendary Indian Test cricketer Dilip Narayan Sardesai (August 8, 1940 – July 2, 2007). He was the only Goa-born cricketer to play for India, and was often regarded as India’s best batsman against spin bowling. He was known as Indian cricket’s Renaissance Man. He was nicknamed Sardee-man by West Indian fans. He passed away in 2007, aged 67, due to a chest infection.
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An adorable animated google doodle celebrates teachers' day in India.
On teacher’s day, a colorful and animated google doodle pays tribute to the birth anniversary of one of India’s most famous and revered teachers, and its first vice president and the second president, Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He also happened to be one of the most learned scholars of all times, statesman, great teacher, and philosopher. He was awarded with the Bharat Ratna in 1984 and the British Royal Order of Merit in 1963.
Google welcomes 2017 with an animated doodle dropping balloons for celebration.
The interactive doodle on New Year’s Eve showed a bunch of party balloons hung from a ceiling in a net. Google was counting down to midnight with animated balloons eagerly waiting for the clock to strike twelve to drop down and join the New Year celebration. The wait is over! As the clock strikes midnight, 2017 year is finally here! Google doodle celebrates the beginning of the new year with dropping of balloons from the nets for celebration.
Google celebrates New Year's eve with an animated doodle decked out in jumpy balloons.
The New Year is few hours away and Google wishes you Happy New Year’s Eve with an animated doodle. The animated doodle features a bunch of party balloons hung from a ceiling in a net. The balloons are jumping around, watching the clock, in anticipation for it to strike midnight and welcome 2017. The balloons have wide open eyes, and are all ready to be released as the clock strikes midnight to party for New Year’s.
The doodle has everyone cozily sitting by the fireplace with loved ones.
The third of the Happy Holidays 2016 (Christmas Day) Google doodle has everyone cozily sitting by the fireplace with family and friends. Here is to a day filled with love, warmth, and mugs of hot cocoa. Today’s doodle depicts the various letters spelling out Google sitting comfortably around the fireplace, sipping presumably hot cocoa, opening gifts and knitting.
Google Doodle spreads more cheer on second day of holidays.
Yesterday, Google released Happy Holidays 2016 Google doodle celebrating the tradition of caroling. Today, on Christmas Eve, Google spreads more cheer with yet another doodle on ‘Tis The Season, where we see the Google letters making hearts, stars, smiley faces and hand-prints behind fogged up windows. Like yesterday’s Google Doodles, the animated images are designed by Gerben Steenks and come in two versions.
Google Doodle welcomes holiday season with the tradition of caroling.
The internet giant Google gets in festive spirit publishing on home page an adorable and animated ‘Happy Holidays 2016’ doodle on December 23, 2016. This year’s ‘Happy Holidays’ Google doodle is celebrating the tradition of caroling. December 23 is considered the first day of the Christmas and New Year holiday season. ‘Tis the season is a line from the popular 1862 Christmas carol Deck the Halls, and is also an album of Christmas songs by Olivia Newton-John and Vince Gill.
Google celebrates 18th Birthday with an animated Google doodle.
The internet giant Google’s eighteenth birthday is being celebrated with an animated colourful doodle on home page on September 27, 2016. The doodle shows Google’s “G” with a cute tiny pink birthday hat blowing up a long party balloon to spell out the rest of company’s name, before being carried off into the sky. In the backdrop are two bunches of bright balloons. Each bunch has three balloons representing the six letters G O O G L E.
Google doodles Wilbur Lincoln Scoville's 151st birthday.
Google has commemorated the 151st birth anniversary of Wilbur Lincoln Scoville who invented pepper heat scale. Wilbur Scoville, an American chemist born in Bridgeport Connecticut on January 22, 1865, is responsible for the “Scoville Organoleptic Test”, a scale of “hotness” that has been the definitive rating of how spicy a chilli is for more than 100 years.