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Google marks Children's Day With a sketch doodle on space exploration
Internet search engine giant commemorates Children's Day or Bal Diwas in India, November 14, birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru (born: November 14, 1889) with a sketch doodle on space exploration by a school student.

The doodle has been created by a Mumbai-based student Pingla Rahul, who is the winner of the 2018 Doodle 4 Google competition titled 'What inspires me'.

In her doodle, Pingla shows her vision of space exploration with a sketch doodle depicting a child looking at a sky with stars with a telescope. Various components of the space such as galaxies, planets, spacecraft, etc. have been sketched to form letters of the logo.

Jawaharlal Nehru, because of his love for children was fondly called Chacha Nehru and it was after his death in 1964, his birth date was proclaimed a Children's Day in India. He had stressed the need for proper upbringing and education of children since they formed the future of the nation.

Also, the UN established international Children's Day falls in this month to be celebrated on 20 November.

The day is widely celebrated in the schools across India. But, the real purpose of the day to review and renew our commitment to upbringing, education and welfare of children. He strongly advocated for development of scientific temper among children based on logical thinking and rationality through their education.

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