Today Google has a very ‘artsy-fartsy’ doodle with MF Hussain in it. Why? Well it’s his 100th birth anniversary. So we’re going to tell you a bit about him, maybe you already know this stuff, or maybe you don’t but here we go anyway.
Hussain was born into a Muslim family on the 17th of September 1915, his family trace their roots way back to Yemen, but were based in Maharashtra. Hussain became interested in art while studying calligraphy in a Madrasa and is well known for being ‘self-taught’. Forbes magazine has gone to the extent of calling [...]
Google’s doodle for today, is the last doodle that you will see in 2013. The doodle features numbers 2 0 1 and 3 on the dance floor with the number 4 waiting along the side. The word Google is seen sandwiched between two speakers, with the second O replaced by a disco ball.
The Doodle showcased today is not interactive, unlike other Doodles. However, Google has included an option below the search bar that says: “What did the world search for this year? Remember the moments of 2013“, once you click on the link it will give you various options like: What did the world search for in 2013? and also gives [...]
Google has always been creative with the doodles, we have seen a variety of them on different occasion. For today, Google has released a new Doodle on its homepage to celebrate the First Day of Winter, also known as Winter Solstice.
December 21 is the shortest day and the longest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. This is called the winter solstice, which usually occurs on either December 21 or December 22. The Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year as the sun reaches its southernmost point in the sky. Further, the sun begins moving northward, making the days longer for those in the northern [...]
CV Raman’s 125th birthday has been honored by Google, as the today’s Google Doodle showcases his portrait in the form of Google letters.
Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was an Indian physicist whose work was influential in the growth of science. He was the recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1930 for the discovery that when light traverses a transparent material, some of the deflected light changes in wavelength. This phenomenon is now called Raman scattering and is the result of the Raman effect.
Definition of Raman effect on Encyclopedia Britinnica: When a beam of [...]
Google, the search engine giant, was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, students of Stanford University. Although the company was founded a few weeks earlier but September 27 is celebrated as its birthday.
Google has always been famous for some interactive doodles, today Google is celebrating its 15th birthday with yet another amazing doodle game.
Google has featured an addictive playful doodle which shows the popular Mexican birthday game pinata, it is a addictive game as you get some tries to make the highest score.