Doodle 4 Google India 2012 – National Winner from Chandigarh
Arun Kumar Yadav, a class ninth student of Kendriya Vidyalaya from Chandigarh, was announced as the winner of the fourth edition of Doodle4Google contest, held by Google India,Chosen amongst 13 finalists.The winning Doodle India - A prism of multiplicity, shows the 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... Such colossal diversities represent Indias oneness.
Doodle will go live on the Google homepage on November 14, National Children’s Day. The Doodle will also be featured on a special colour pack and drawing book by Classmate. All the finalists will receive a Google Goodie bag and a Samsung tablet. Category Winners are : Vasudevan Deepak, Devgiri CMI Public School, Calicut Class 1-3
The Great Banyan - India is like a large banyan tree that shelters and protects everyone who comes to it. It brings different kinds of living things together under the same roof.
Shravya Manjunath, Mitra Academy,
Bangalore Unity in dance disperses vibrant coloursClass 4-7
The Google Doodle portrayed by me represents the different dance forms of India. Dance, being the common topic in my doodle has many sub-divisions. Hence the different dances performed by Indians come under a united category dance. So my doodle represents the topic, "Unity in Diversity"
S. Preetham Paul, Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, T.P.T. Branch, Vishakhapatnam
Striding Forward the UnityClass 8-10 India is the home to a wide variety of languages, crops, religions, architectural masonry, music and dance forms, and so on, with blurred boundaries between them. Despite such immense diversity of culture across the country, Indians tend to be together, and take the nation forward, towards progress.
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