Tagged: Google Doodle

Google’s-Earth-Day-Doodle-Is-Dedicated-To-Bees-1

Google’s Earth Day Doodle Is Dedicated To Bees

Today is Earth Day. It is celebrated every on 22 April and it started in the year 1970. Since then, it has become an annual event. This year, the world is celebrating 50th Earth Day. And this year, the Earth Day is given the theme “Climate Action”.

Earth Day celebrations

It called Prithvi Diwas in Hindi and Earth Day in English. And it started as a movement on April 22, 1969. The man behind the movement was Julian Konig. Taking inspiration from his movement, the world started celebrating the Earth Day from April 22, 1970.… Read the rest

Google-Closes-Its-“Thank-You”-Series-Of-Doodles

Google Closes Its “Thank You” Series Of Doodles With Honoring Coronavirus Helpers

In the series to honor those at the frontline against the battle with COVID-19, Google releases a Doodle honoring all the people across the globe that are helping in going the world as a community in COVID-19 times.

Google’s Doodle for helpers

The illustration shows helpers from different sectors including farming, food service, grocery divisions, healthcare and researcher fields coming together and working to make the society corona free. The Google India shared the Doodle with a tweet that the best way to thank to all those on the front lines was by staying at … Read the rest

Google-Doodle-Celebrates-Handwashing

Google Doodle Celebrates Handwashing To Prevent Infection

Today’s Google Doodle is devoted to Hungarian doctor Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis, the first person to find health advantages of handwashing. He concluded and exhibited that if specialists practicing hand sanitization produced significant reduction in the transmission of infection.

Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis taught handwashing

He was named Chief Resident in the maternity facility of the Vienna General Hospital where he experimented with handwashing technique to the world. He was doing his residency at the hospital at that time when suddenly an unknown disease increased the death rate in new moms in maternity wards across Europe.

The disease was named “childbed fever” … Read the rest

Sir-John-Tenniel-Becomes-Google-Doodle

Sir John Tenniel Becomes Google Doodle On His 200th Birth Anniversary

Google Doodle celebrates the 200th birth anniversary of Sir John Tenniel who was a renowned illustrator and satirical artist. Mr. Tenniel was born in London on February 28, 1820 and he received knighthood for his artistic achievements in 1893.

Journey of the life of Sir John Tenniel

He started make cartoons while studying at the Royal Academy of schools but it was in 1836 that he sent his first picture to the exhibition of the Society of British Artists. Later, his 16-foot design won a design competition for mural decoration of the new Palace of Westminster. He even received £100 … Read the rest