New Delhi: Celebrating 66th Independence Day on Wednesday, Google India brought a national bird as its latest doodle for its users.
A colourful peacock cranes its neck to form the `G' of the word Google as its bright plumes sweep through the rest of the letters. Since 2003, Google has been celebrating this day with a doddle on its homepage.
Last year on August 15, a sketch of Delhi's Red Fort took guard on the Google home page. Today three other countries are celebrating their Independence Day i.e. Bahrain, South Korea and Republic of The Congo.
Google has welcomed its South Korean users with a doodle on its homepage. On Pakistan's Independence Day (on August 14), Google posted a doodle, imitating the style of Pakistan's famous truck art.
Apart from this, it has honored American chef, author and television personality Julia Child on his 100th birthday by posting a different doodle. It also posted different and fresh doodles for 17 days during the recent concluded London Olympics.