The New Year is here and the search giant Google is welcoming the New Year 2019 with an animated adorable doodle. The cute elephant on the left is seen bouncing in joy on a balloon that it was seen blowing yesterday, and taking a spin mid-air. The other baby elephant on the right is seen blowing out a 2019 popcorn banner from his trunk, before it crumbles to the ground. It appears that it was collecting and not eating the popcorn yesterday. Above them, the wall is adorned with festoons and a clock that has just hit midnight signifying New Year 2019. The Google logo is also seen in the decorations.
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Google celebrates New Year's Eve with an animated doodle.
New Year’s Eve is on the last day of the year, December 31, in the Gregorian calendar. It is one of the largest global celebrations where people gather in public venues to dance, eat, drink, and as the clock strikes midnight, watch or light fireworks to mark the New Year’s Day, January 1. The New Year is few hours away and the search giant Google is celebrating New Year’s Eve 2018 with an animated doodle. The animated doodle features a pair of purple, baby elephants, wearing a yellow and a green party cap each, spiritedly waiting for the clock to strike midnight.
Google celebrates the occasion with an artistic truck art doodle.
August 15, 2018 marks the 72nd Independence Day of India. Search giant Google dedicated its latest colorful and vibrant doodle to the India Independence Day 2018. Google mentioned that the doodle was a tribute to truck art seen on Indian roads. The doodle features images of some of India’s iconic colorful plant life like the mangoes and the lotus, a peacock-couple at the centre, flanked by an elephant and a tiger, with the sun rising in the backdrop.
Sardesai was often regarded as India's best batsman against spin bowling.
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.
The tragedy queen Meena Kumari is often remembered as the Cinderella of Indian films.
Today marks the 85th birth anniversary of legendary actress Meena Kumari (August 1, 1933 – March 31, 1972), born Mahjabeen Bano. The multi-faceted artist was an iconic star of Hindi cinema. She was also a playback singer, and a talented Urdu poetess under the pseudonym Naaz. Tanha Chand, a collection of her poems was published after her death in 1972. Remembered as the tragedy queen, she is also called Female Guru Dutt of Hindi films and is often remembered as the Cinderella of Indian films.
Remembering the Nobel prize winning pioneering Indian-American biochemist.
Today marks the 96th birth anniversary of Dr Har Gobind Khorana (January 9, 1922 – November 9, 2011), who was a pioneering Indian-American biochemist. He was Nobel Prize Winner for Physiology or Medicine in 1968 for unraveling the nucleotide sequence of RNA and deciphering the genetic code. He is known as a scientist who revolutionized biochemistry with his pioneering work in DNA chemistry. Google today celebrates the 96th Birth Anniversary of Dr Har Gobind Khorana with a doodle.
Original Bollywood stuntwoman with a crack of her whip got the world's attention.
Today marks the 110th birth anniversary of Mary Ann Evans (January 8, 1908 – January 9, 1996), better known by her stage name Fearless Nadia, was an actress and first stuntwoman of Indian Cinema. She married Homi Wadia in 1961 and became Nadia Wadia. Fearless Nadia will always be remembered as the original Stunt Queen of Indian cinema. Google Doodle pays tribute to Fearless Nadia on her 110th birth anniversary.
Our penguin friends are back home and welcome the sun rise of the new year day.
Google is marking 2017 December global festivities with a series of interactive holiday Doodles about a pair of penguins’ holiday to visit their warm-weather relatives, a toucan and a parrot. The series reached its conclusion today. January 1 is being celebrated as New Year’s Day 2018. The fourth and final installment in the December global festivities series, published today, shows that our feathery friends are watching the sunrise of the new year’s day. Happy New Year 2018!
December global festivities are being celebrated with a new year's eve day doodle.
Google is marking this year’s December global festivities with a series of interactive holiday Doodles about a pair of penguins’ holiday to visit their warm-weather relatives, a toucan and a parrot. 31st December is New Year’s Eve 2017. The third installment in the December global festivities series, published today, shows our feathery friends have enjoyed their delicious traditions and are now ringing in the new year with sparklers in hand. As they all admire the fireworks overhead, they think about how much fun it was to spend this time together.
Kuvempu is considered among the greatest writers in the Kannada language.
Today marks the 113th birth anniversary of Kuppali Venkatappa Puttappa (December 29, 1904 – November 11, 1994). K V Puttappa, popularly known by the pen name Kuvempu, was an Indian novelist, poet, playwright, critic and thinker. He is widely regarded as the greatest poet of 20th century of Kannada literature. He was recipient of the Padma Vibhushan, the second highest civilian award of India. He is the first among Kannada writers to be decorated with the prestigious Jnanpith Award. Google today celebrates the 113th Birth Anniversary of Kuppali Venkatappa Puttappa with a doodle.