By Vasudevan Deepak, Devgiri CMI Public School; 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.
By S. Preetham Paul, Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, T.P.T. Branch; 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.
By Saubhagya Kalia, Sri Aurobindo School of Integral Education; India is very rich in fruit. They are of many kinds, shapes and size, and grow in different parts of India depending on their climatic needs.
By Shravya Manjunath, Mitra Academy; The Doodle here represents the different dance forms of India. Dance, being the common topic in this doodle has many sub-divisions.
By Vidhi Binwal, The Orchid School; Indian Villages have diversity in culture, religion and the ways they make their living. Some sell earthen pots, some sell home-made eatables, while some sell coconuts, but they all co-exist and live together.
By Aditi Tiwari, Amity International School; This doodle consists of people from different parts of India having different culture. There is a sikh boy, person from Brij in Krishna Mudra, people doing Bharat Natyam, Kathakali, people doing Yoga showing ancient culture of India
By Kajal C. Soni, Queen Mary School; G of google has a Mosque for muslims, a Church for Christians and a Temple for Hindus, in such a way that all religions are united and do not have any violence. Both O's represent Diwali and Holi both of which are festivals celebrated by Hindus. The small 'g' represents a 9 day festival Navratri. The letter L represents Gandhi Jayanti and below has the Emblem of India. E has Santa Claus.
By Samiksha Goel, Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 1 Uppal; India is known for its unity in diversity all over the world. Whether it is Gupchup, Golgappa, or Panipuri the flavour, aroma and taste remain the same in any corner of the world but are called different names. Exactly the way Indians are bonded together in unity inspite of their diverse cultures, customs and religions.
Created by: By Gulafsha Bano, St. Anthony's Day School; After announcing the the Doodle4Google competition for 2012 almost a month back, Google has now come up with a list of 13 finalists from across India. The winning Doodle will be featured on the Google India homepage on Children's Day (November 14). People can vote for the doodle they think best represents India's Unity in Diversity till 10th November by logging on to: www.google.co.in/doodle4google/ .
By M. Pranshu Tanaya, D.A.V. Public School; Google here presents the unified India showered by uneducated to educated person. G: 'Grapes' from Himachal Pradesh O: 'Orange' from Maharashtra O: 'Olive' from Jammu and Kashmir G: 'Guava' from Uttar Pradesh L: 'Lichi' from Jharkhand E: the sugarcane leaf showing contribution from U.P, Bihar, Odisha and other parts of India
By Arun Kumar Yadav, Kendriya Vidyalaya; 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 and so on.