Google Doodle – Teachers’ Day
On the occasion of Teachers’ Day of India, Google has created a colorful non-animated doodle to pay tributes to teachers in various fields on its search page.
The doodle shows colorful letters spelling ‘Google,’ each remind you of your favorite teachers of different expertise. The first letter G is made to look like a serious teacher sitting at her desk. The second letter O is a maths teacher writing on a board. The next letter O depicts a story-teller narrating to a group of pupils. The letter G is the sports teacher. The letter L depicts a chemistry teacher. The last letter E is a music teacher.
On clicking the doodle, it takes the visitor to Google search result page for news on Teachers’ Day.
While Teacher’s Day is celebrated on different days in many countries, India celebrates it on September 5 since 1962 to mark the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a renowned scholar and the second President of India.
Doodle posted by Google on Teachers’ Day of India 2014:
GoldenTwine Informatics wishes you a
Happy Teachers’ Day
Independence Day of India 2014
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Over the years, doodles on the Google homepage have made searching on Google more fun and enjoyable for its users worldwide. When doodles were first created, nobody had anticipated how popular and integral they would become to the Google search experience. Nowadays, many users excitedly anticipate the release of each new doodle and some even collect them!
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