Google has marked India's 70th Republic Day with its special doodle. Today's Republic Day India doodle is the ninth Republic Day doodle to feature on Google India's home page. Here are all the Republic Day India doodles that have appeared on the Google India home page.
Google dedicated a colourful doodle marking the 70th Republic Day of India. It recreated the celebrations depicting the iconic Republic Day Parade, representing various components of the country's rich heritage, culture and history: environment, architecture, textiles, wildlife, monuments, and farming.
On India's 69th Republic Day, search giant Google has put out a rather colourful Doodle. Google puts out a fresh new one, every year, but the focus of the Doodle this year was different.
In its special doodle to mark the 68th Republic Day, showed a stadium full of people amid a sea of tricolour decking up the arena. The doodle displays one-half of the stadium, with the crowd on two corners, while a saffron-coloured band runs along the inner periphery of the semi-circular track.
In honour of India's 67th Republic Day, Google has posted a BSF (Border Security Force) camel contingent as its doodle for the India homepage. Every year, the festive celebration of the Indian constitution includes a majestic show of India's various states, the progresses made in science and technology, and the parade by the country's armed forces.
To mark India's 66th Republic Day, Google continued with its tradition of posting a doodle on its India home page. This year's Google India's Republic Day doodle features a tableau showcasing India Gate and Rashtrapati Bhavan, two New Delhi landmarks that are symbolic of the Republic of India.
65th Republic Day India doodle features Border Security Force (BSF) daredevils in saffron, white, and green, performing a balancing act – with the second O in Google appearing as a prop in the stunt.
This doodle was posted on India’s 64th Republic Day in 2013. India’s national animal the tiger glared at you from Google India’s home page and the symbol of the Republic, India Gate, decorated the bottom left corner of Google’s Republic Day India doodle. The Google logo appeared as stripes on the tiger’s body. Lotus, India’s national flower, also appeared in the jungle-like motif surrounding the tiger.
In 2012 the Google doodle, commemorating India’s 63rd Republic showed National Bravery Award winning children riding on the backs of decorated elephants, quite like the actual parade on Rajpath, New Delhi. The Google logo appeared in rangoli-style in the background.
In 2010, the India Republic Day Google doodle depicted Republic Day action in the air with fighter aircraft decorating the sky with the Tricolour.