1. ‘Enjoy Every Moment’ on this Children’s Day with Google doodle

‘Enjoy Every Moment’ on this Children’s Day with Google doodle

On the occasion of Children's day, the multicolored Google surprises its readers with news fascinating and well decorated doodle as Google India is too excited to celebrate this day with the rest of India.

By: | Updated: November 14, 2016 12:54 PM
The doodle designed by Anvita put across the message of “enjoy every moment of your life”. Anvita loves drawing. (Image Source: Website) The doodle designed by Anvita put across the message of “enjoy every moment of your life”. Anvita loves drawing. (Image Source: Website)

On the occasion of Children’s day today, the Google India surprises its readers with a fascinating, multicolored and well decorated doodle. The design was framed by 11-year old Anvita Prashant Telang from Pune, who won the ‘Doodle 4 Google’ contest this year. Google India organised a competition on the theme — “If I could teach anyone anything, it would be” – the competition is an annual event.

The doodle designed by young Anvita put across the message of “enjoy every moment of your life”. Anvita loves drawing. She is a sixth standard student from Vibgyor High School in Balewadi. With her beautiful artwork Anvita wanted to showcase “how to value little and simple things in our lives as they are great sources of happiness”. She believes people need to slow down to lead a happy and fulfilling life.

Anvita coloured the doodle with illustrations and focussed especialy on making the surroundings green. She displayed the little cheerful kids having fun — hanging from trees, flying, swimming, playing with water, balloons and kites, and even daydreaming.

India is also celebrating Bal Diwas on November 14. This is the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India known as Chacha Nehru. Nehru is known for loving children and this day also represents a tribute a loving population pays to him. Schools and some colleges too celebrate the day with cultural programmes and by organising fun activities.

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