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Doodle-4 Google winner's entry adores Google-India's homepage on Children's Day
Today's Google-India home page focuses on Children's Day in the country on the competitive theme of 'unity in diversity'. The first position has been won by the doodle created by Arun Kumar Yadav of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Chandigarh. His doodle adores the homepage of Google-India today.

INDIA IS celebrating Children Day today (Wednesday). According to the organizers of the competition, Arun's doodle titled 'India - A Prism of Multiplicity' was selected as the winner from amongst 13 finalists chosen from over two lakh entries from more than 1000 schools across 60 cities in India. The doodle aptly represents the 'colossal diversities represent (ing) India's oneness', it has been said.

The description of the doodle goes like this: "India has diverse cultures, religions, languages, customs and traditions. This diversity can be witnessed in enthusiasm for sports; unique folk culture; extraordinary remarkable handicrafts; wide range of flora and fauna; agricultural practices with worldwide farming output; unparalleled spices and cuisines."

Google-4 Doodle is an annual competition in which Google-India invites students from classes I to X to share their creativity by doodling on the Google logo on a selected theme.

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