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Punes Vaidehi Reddy Win Doodle 4 Google 2014 National Prize


Google's concept of praising Children's Day has just made us an enthusiast of theirs for they utilized a tyke's creation as the doodle of the day. Doodle 4 Google victor Vaidehi Reddy's concept of a delineating the vivid and tastefully rich condition of Assam in Google Doodle is admirable. Consistently on the conception commemoration of our first Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, we praise the Children's Day in India on November 14. For the love and friendship that Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had for the youngsters, he was affectionately called as Chacha Nehru (Uncle Nehru) or Chaffinch (Uncle) by the children. He saw them as the fate of the country and today on his 125th conception commemoration, Google guaranteed to respect him through the vision of his proposed future.

Google India held its sixth release of Doodle 4 Google competitionn where the topic given was that of 'A spot in India I wish to visit'. In light of this topic, the understudies send in their drawings and the chose victor's representation would be made as the doodle of Children's Day. Among the 12 shortlisted 12 finalists, Google India advertised Vaidehi Reddy as the victor of this present year's Doodle outline rivalry. She drew a painting about the 'Common and Cultural Paradise – Assam' and this is what is reflected in today's Google Doodle. The Google Doodle of Children's Day reminds you everything lovely about the northeast state. It highlights the celebrated natural life, the tiger, the one-horned rhinoceros. The consideration of lady performing the territorial bihu move, the bamboo trees, tea packs meaning the delectable green homesteads of tea; everything is so beautiful and brillian.

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