Doodle4Google concludes its 5th year by ‘Celebrating Indian Women’ and Winner Doodle will be live on 14th Nov'13

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/Over the years, doodles on the Google homepage have made search 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!

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/   
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself.

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/ On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/

Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 
 Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, India
 
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/The winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.

Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: 
Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery.


Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Odissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother Teresa

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/Category 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.
 Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women 

Over the years, doodles on the Google homepaltage have made search 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!Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists. Having a little bit of fun with the corporate logo by redesigning it from time to time is unheard of at many companies but at Google, it is a part of the brand. While the doodle is primarily a fun way for the company to recognize events and notable people, it also illustrates the creative and innovative personality of the company itself. On 12th Nov, Google team was there at The Grand Hotel in Delhi to announce the winning Doodle of the year. 12 finalists from different parts of India were present at the event with their parents and teachers. The resident of Pune, who won the contest, was felicitated by Rajan Anandan, Managing Director, Google, India, in New Delhi, today.Pune’s Gayatri Ketharaman won the national contest which was held across 100 cities and 1500 schools in different parts of India. And the winning doodle will be hosted on Google India homepage on National Children’s Day, November 14.The Doodle4Google competition is an annual Google India thing which was launched in 2009 and is open to students from grades 1 to 10, who are invited to design the Google Doodle to celebrate Children’s Day in the country. The theme for this year’s competition was ‘Celebrating Indian Women’, and over 1.5 lac entries were received, from more than 1500 schools across 100 cities. The final 12 doodles were shortlisted and put up for online voting. National Jury Kirron Kher and Ajit Ninan along with the original doodler select the National Winner out of the 12 finalists. Kirron Kher and Ajit were also present at the event. It happened in open lawns with colorful decor everywhere, which you can see in photographs. 'Doodle4Google is great platform for the youth of India to showcase their talent on an international platform. It allows youngsters from not just the metros but from Tier II, III and even IV cities to participate, which is evident from the entries seen this year. The response has been overwhelming and the talent which has surfaced through the entries is indeed remarkable. We at Google are extremely encouraged by the fact that entries this year have come from across the country which is a clear indication that we are well underway to taking the internet to the next billion,' said Rajan Anandan, Managing Director Google, IndiaThe winning Doodle titled Sky's The Limit for Indian Women will go live on the Google (India) homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day and reflects the artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme. All the finalists got a Google Goodie bag and an Acer C720 Chromebook.Commenting on the occasion, Kirron Kher said 'I really liked the theme that Doodle4Google came up with today - Celebrating Indian Women is something so powerful and rich in concept; it’s really enabled youngsters across the country to showcase their talent and creativity irrespective of location. Equally importantly it’s enabled them to really showcase and bring to life the incredible diversity of Indian women - the incredible colors; their beauty and their personalities, their work, their contributions and their skills. Personally, I’m a great fan of Google’s Doodles and love them not just for their incredible creativity but also for the simple but powerful messaging that each new doodle brings.'As done every year, the Doodle4Google participants were grouped into three different categories: Category 1, Class 1- 3: Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis's College, Lucknow : Celebrating Indian Women: This doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women - a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a lover of jewellery. Category 2, Class 4- 6: Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Oissa : Women Are Future, Empower Them Better: In this doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. 'G'reat warrior, 'O'mni Talented, 'O'rbital Queen, 'G'amesmanship at International level, 'L'ata mangeshkar, India's Nightingale, 'E'ternal Mother TeresaCategory 3, Class 7- 10: Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore : Indian Women Leading Our Country: It is not always that men make history; women do that too. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmibai, Kalpana Chawla, Mary Kom, Saina Nehwal and others. These women have contributed to make our country proud.National Winner: Gayatri Ketharaman, the Bishop's Co-Ed School, Pune : Sky's The Limit For Indian Women: Each letter of this doodle depicts a trait of the Indian Woman. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter. She personifies motherhood. Even in the face of adversity, she is courageous. Kudos to Indian Women To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/
 To see all the finalists' doodles, go to http://www.google.co.in/doodle4google/

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Paresh Kale said...

Nice coverage ! Congrats to Gayatri for the win !

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