The Children’s Day doodle on the Google India home page has been designed by a class 10 student from Pune. The doodle titled “Sky’s the limit for Indian women” has been designed by Gayatri Ketharaman for the fifth edition of Doodle 4 Google competition with the theme celebrating Indian women.
“Each letter of the doodle depicts the trait of Indian women. She is graceful and elegant, adept at balancing work and home. She is a go-getter and also personifies motherhood,” said Gayatri Ketharaman, a student of Bishop’s co-education school in Pune.
This year the competition received 1.5 lakh entries in the contest held across 100 cities and 1,500 schools. The winner was selected from among 12 finalists chosen from different parts of the country by the national jury comprising actress Kirron Kher and political cartoonist Ajit Ninan. Along with the national winner, three students grouped into different categories were also awarded.
Madhuram Vatsal from Lucknow won the prize in Class one to three category, while Binita Biswajeeta from Odisha with her doodle ‘Women are future, empower them better’ won in Class four to six category, and Akash Shetty from Bangalore with doodle titled ‘Indian women leading our country’ won in the Class seven to ten category.
Here are the Doodles of other finalists
Class 7-10 Category
My doodle shows different shades of Indian Women. ‘G’ is the Indian Bride cald in traditional red saree, epitome of grace and beauty. First ‘O’ is the symbol of Womenhood and second shows the goddess in her representing her inner strength. ‘G’ represents her most important role as a mother. The happiness and contentment is clearly visible on her face. ‘L’ and ‘E’ present the women with power as a warrior. – Devanshi Das, Delhi Public School, Faridabad
It is not always that man make history, women do that to. Nobody can forget the contributions of women like Indira Gandhi, Rani Laxmi bai, Kalpana Chawla, Mery Kom, Saina Nehwal. These women have contributed to make our country proud – Akash Shetty, St Aloysius High School, Mangalore
In my doodle, I have shown women working in various feilds like sports, writing, singing and dancing. One could see that the condition of women in society has improved alot. They have progressed from the boudaries of kitchens to the space beyond earth. There is nothing women can’t do. – Vinni Malik, The Emerald Heights International School, Indore
Class 4-6 Category
Indian Women are blessed with a diverse personality. They respect the bond of marriage and care for their children. They are equally successful in their professional lives too.. They are astraunauts, lawyers, sportsperson and administrators as well.. This is what my doodle depicts. – Prakhar Singh, St. Francis’s College, Lucknow
Women’s status in the society has highly developed. They are being successful in all fields. I feel they have become more independent in today’s world so I have tried to incorporate it by showing it with various colours. Their freedom is represented by the colors – Dikshitha S, St. Charles High School, Bangalore
Women in India now participate fully in areas such as education, sports, politics, media, art and culture. My doodle represents the life of an Indian Women… – Ayan Yasin Shaikh, St. Joseph High School, New Panvel, Mumbai
In my doodle, Indian Women has encapsulated Google logo representing Past, Present and Future. ‘G’reat warrior, ‘O’mni Talented, ‘O’rbital Queen, ‘G’amesmanship at International level, ‘L’ata mangeshkar, India’s Nightingale, ‘E’ternal Mother Teresa – Binita Biswajeeta, D.A.V Public School, Balasore, Odissa
Class 1-3 Category
Indian Women is the real poradox. She has reached unattained heights of success in terms of profession, social status and education. The modern Indian Women have honed their skills and jumped into battlefield of life, fighting against social restrictions, emotional ties, religious boudaries and culture barriers – Avipsha Das, Loreto Day School, Sealdah, Kolkata
The women in India is now making a great progress in all the areas such as sports, education, science, environment, fashion etc. They have also won prestigious contests all across the globe – Soham Patil, Vidyashilp Public School, Pune
This doodle represents the different roles played by an Indian Women. She not only does the household work but are also involved in other professions. Thus, she plays a vital role in society – Shreya Pandey, K V Hebbar, Bangalore
my doodle shows all the forms of Indian Women – a learner, a warrior, a goddess, a dancer, a scholar and a jewellery lover – Madhuram Vatsal, St. Francis’s College, Lucknow
All these Kids deserves appreciation and we hope Google will reach the rural parts too in the coming future. There are many potential kids there too 🙂
Source & Courtesy : Google.co.in, IBN