15 times Google won our hearts with Google Doodles

In its mission to be exciting and relevant to its users Google introduced Google doodle which celebrate a person, holiday or an event. Here is a list of doodles that made us smile while were searching for something.

1.Jagjit Singh:
A household name and Ghazal King, Jagjit Singh made India fall in love with ghazals and the Government of India released postal stamp in his honour. Check the google doodle on his 72nd birthday here: http://bit.ly/2xbrY3V

2.Srinivas Ramanujan:
A winning academic and natural mathematician, Srinivas Ramanujan started humbly from south India and went on to become famous around the world for his contributions in the field. Check google doodle on his 125th birthday here: http://bit.ly/2f7WjGP.

3. CV Raman:
Google paid tribute to Nobel Laureate CV Raman on his 125th birthday by making this google doodle : http://bit.ly/2vSqSea . CV Raman is a globally respected physicist who has also received Bharat Ratna.

4.Shakuntala Devi:
Shakuntala Devi, also known as ‘Human Computer’ featured on this doodle which was rolled out on her 84th birthday: http://bit.ly/2wetcHD

5.Kishore Kumar:
In 2014, Google came up with a doodle that celebrated one of India’s most renowned singers: Kishore Kumar. Here is the google doodle that celebrated his 85th birthday :http://bit.ly/2wNfH6f

6.Raj Kapoor:
Raj Kapoor has given some of the finest performances in the history of Indian Cinema. This doodle celebrated his 90th birthday. Watch the filmy google doodle here :http://bit.ly/2eS9gI1

7.M.F. Hussain:
A painter whose works were sold for more than a million dollars, M.F. Hussain brought the elegance of Indian artists to the world. Google released this google doodle on his 100th birthday :http://bit.ly/2xhHITR

8.Rukamani Devi:
A charismatic lady who revived Bharatanatyam, Rukamani Devi has shaped the face of Indian classical dance. Google revived our memory of her through this wonderful doodle:http://bit.ly/2vKYTJg

9.Munshi Premchand:
Having written more than 300 stories and novels, Munshi Premchand was a pioneer of Hindi and Urdu social fiction with some of his novels made into films. On his 136th birthday, Google came up with this doodle: http://bit.ly/2wOjoGh

A cultural icon of the 50s, Nargis has delivered performances that have moved Indian audiences and redefined the female protagonist. This Google doodle was in the form of her famous pose:http://bit.ly/2xb55hn

11.R D Burman:
Fondly known as Pancham Da, the legendary composer R.D. Burman made music that is loved by generations and stories that are still fondly remembered. Check the musical doodle here :http://bit.ly/2eLt8ZB

12.Savitribai Phule:
Savitribai Phule, a thinker and a poet brought social reforms with important contributions such as opening India’s first school for women. Google remembered her with label of “heroine of social reform” with the google doodle here: http://bit.ly/2eSDvOV.

13.RK Narayan:
The man who introduced India to the world through literature, RK Narayan has many accolades to his name. He helped shape the social scenario of India post independence. Google celebrated him with this doodle: http://bit.ly/2xb42ho.

14.Amrita Sher-Gil’s:
A woman whose artistic abilities transcended time, Amrita Sher-Gil’s paintings were appreciated in India and abroad. In her short life, she influenced a number of other artists. The google doodle was made in the form of a painting for her 103rd birthday :http://bit.ly/2eLprTG.

15.Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi:
A man instrumental in bringing about Independence, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s principles earned him the title of ‘Mahatma’ and India its freedom. This google doodle honours his memory:https://www.google.com/doodles/birthday-of-mohandas-karamchand-gandhi.

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