Google celebrates Holi with an animated doodle and splash of colours
The internet search engine giant Google has put up a colourful doodle on its home page to mark the Indian festival of colours Holi. The letters of the logo of Google are depicted in a different set of colours to mark the festival.
doodle has been able to capture the spirit of the festival by showing animated
people in stick figures running around happily and rubbing one another with a
spectrum of powdery colours. It shows people in joyous mood splashing the
letters of the logo in red, blue, green purple and yellow. The figures have
animated and rushing around to smear colour powder.
According to Google, the depiction is meant to depict people 'amid
the cloud of red, blue, yellow, green, and everything in between,
festival-goers can often be found laughing, singing, and dancing in the
streets' which is the spirit of the festival. In the doodle red, blue, green,
purple and yellow colours have been shown prominently.
As we know Holi is a national holiday in India
that celebrates the
victory of good over evil and various leaders greet people on this occasion. In
Jaipur, Governor Kalyan
Singh and state Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje greeted
people on the eve of Holi describing the festival that 'connects people of all
castes and religions' with a message of 'brotherhood and harmony'.