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At Google, we like to reflect the ever-changing world of our users through the logo designs on our homepage. These ‘doodles’ celebrate scientists, artists, local events or special dates and are designed by our original doodler, 31-year-old, Dennis Hwang.

We’re now giving you a chance to design a doodle for us, through our doodle competition, Doodle 4 Google. If you are currently a student in any school in India (between the 1st and 10th standards), then this is your chance to have your doodle be displayed on the Google India homepage. The theme of this competition is 'My India'. We'd love to see what your country means to you when represented in a doodle. Whether it’s music or dance, famous Indian art, Mahatma Gandhi, the Taj Mahal, cricket, our scientific achievements or the Indian people as a community- we’re interested in seeing these representations of what India means to you and how you represent it using images.

The best doodles will be voted on by a panel of judges as well as by the Indian public, and the winning doodle will be featured on the Google India homepage for a day, to be viewed by millions of people. The final winner will also win his or her very own laptop (and a technology grant for their school)!

Just an FYI entry to encourage all students (1st – 10th standard) from India to submit doodles for Google!

Doodle Submission Deadline
30th September 2009

Finalists Announced
21st October 2009

Online Public Vote
Public votes for their favourite doodles
21st October 2009 - 31st October 2009

Visit: for the official submission page and other details!

I was well delighted to see the doodles created by kids from USA, a contest held a few months back! Let’s see how Indian students think about their country! Hmm…

Posted on Saturday, August 22, 2009 12:17 PM | Back to top

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