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Google says Happy Children’s Day with Doodle ‘create something for India’

by SowmyaNovember 14, 2015

On the occasion of Children’s Day that also marks the birth anniversary of the India’s first prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Google’s homepage is adorned with a special doodle created under its Doodle 4 Google 2015 contest.

The theme was ‘create something for India’ and the search gaint invited children across the country to participate in this competition.

The winner is P Karthik from from Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, Andhra Pradesh. The theme made by him, shows a Plastic to Earth Machine – an idea aimed at reversing the damage done to the environment due to increased industralisation.

Karthik describes his doodle as, “This machine will recycle all the plastic waste from our country and turn it into a material which helps the growth of mother nature. This machine will turn the most powerful evil plastic into green.”


Other winners include P Ramya under Group 2 category from Prakash Vidyaniketan, Andhra Pradesh for the ‘Green City Dream City’ doodle which is described as, “I would want to create a green city which will only use green resources of energy. It will provide equal opportunity for everyone whether poor or rich.”



From Group 3, ‘Robots – to transform India’ doodle by Ashita Sharma, Mother Mary’s School, New Delhi, has been declared the winner. “My 3 robots will make India a better place. Blue robot will catch hold of one who litters and the one who is corrupt. The pink robot will collect taxes while the green robot will aim for a clean and green India,” reads the description.

There are several other shares from children across India about their doodle’s which depict the theme as,“My machine will solve the biggest problem of our country poverty. This machine will feed poor and then educate them so that they can move away from poverty and move closer to prosperity” said  Saloni Singh of UK Convent School, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.


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