Teachers Day 2018 Google Made Special Doodle

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To celebrate the contribution of teachers in society and celebrate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, Teacher’s Day is celebrated in India on September 5 every year. Radhakrishnan was a well-known scholar, teacher, philosopher and second President of India. On special occasions, Google, offering a doodle, did a special doodle on Teachers Day.

This is Google Doodle Animated, which is made in the form of Google’s G globe which looks spinning. When the globe stops, it becomes a glasses that looks like a teacher. Many bubbles are also seen in the doodles, in which the items related to different subjects are visible.

First doodle made in 2008
Google created a doodle on Teachers Day for the first time in India in 2008, after which the series continues to this day. Teachers are celebrated on different days in different countries of the world, and according to this, the Google Doodle of that country is changed.

What is Google Doodle
Holidays, Anniversary, and celebrating the lives of famous artists, individuals etc. Special changes are made in the Google logo which is fun and creative. This is called Doodle.
How come doodle idea
was the year Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 thought then about the doodles of the concept when he changed the second in the company’s logo to make their presence felt at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert O, Which showed that Google founders are out of office.

Two years later, Larry Page and Sergey Brin asked Dennis Hwang, who worked as an intern at the company, to make a special doodle on the national day of France. It got so great response from users that Dennis was appointed Chief of Google Doodle. Since then, different types of doodles have been started continuously. This year, the Doodle team has created nearly 2000 doodles for the world.

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