Independence Day 2020: Google celebrates Independence Day through a special doodle

Independence Day 2020: Google celebrates Independence Day through a special doodle

Google celebrates Independence Day

Independence Day 2020: Today on the occasion of 74th Independence Day, the whole country is painted in the color of the tricolor. This important day of independence is being celebrated everywhere. There is a different euphoria of freedom across the country. In such a situation, Google is also not behind on this occasion. Like every special day, Google is celebrating independence by creating a Doodle in a special way. This Doodle is not just an image or design, but the inclusion of Indian artifacts and culture.

Google Doodle showcases the diversity of Indian music on the occasion of Independence Day. The doodle has been designed by Mumbai-based artist Sachin Ghanekar. In this Doodle, you are shown musical instruments such as tutor, shehnai, dhol, veena, sarangi, and flute. Google has tried to show more than 6000 years old and rich heritage of Indian music with these instruments. Which makes independence day even more special. On clicking the doodle, a new window will open in front of you, in which search results related to India Independence Day have been given.

A link to the live stream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on the occasion of Independence Day is also given in the search result related to India Independence Day. With this, you can also see what is trending on Twitter today. At the same time, you can also know the answers to many questions related to independence in the Google search result.

Today is a special day for every Indian

On 15 August 1947, India gained independence from British slavery after a long battle. To achieve this freedom, our country has made many big sacrifices, which the country is suffering from today. Since this freedom struggle when we got independence, since then we have been celebrating this day as a big festival. August 15 is a very special day for every citizen of the country.

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