This year’s Google Doodle depicts the classical tradition of Bharatanatyam, the oldest Indian dance form in Tamil Nadu, dating back to 3,000 years ago.
This Google Doodle depicts the classical tradition of Bharatanatyam.
India celebrates its 75th Independence Day on Sunday, meanwhile, Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai took to Twitter to thank Kolkata-born artist Sayan Mukherjee for a beautiful doodle featuring traditional Different forms of dance performance have been picturized. Pichai posted, Happy 75th Independence Day to India. Wishing everyone a safe and happy celebration and many thanks to our guest artist Sayan Mukherjee for this year’s beautiful doodle.
The Google Doodle depicts the classical tradition of Bharatanatyam, the oldest Indian dance form dating back 3,000 years to Tamil Nadu. Google said that the Chhau dance shown at number three from the right is the pride of the eastern state of Jharkhand, Purulia Chau and Seraikela Chau regions. Sayan Mukherjee said that when he was approached to work on the doodle, he had started thinking about India’s rich heritage, culture, tradition etc.
Happy 75th Independence Day, India! Wishing everyone a safe and happy celebration:)
Many thanks to our guest artist Sayan Mukherjee for this year’s beautiful doodle! https://t.co/7ChmC9F4JF pic.twitter.com/l15FGLDL62
– Sundar Pichai (undsundarpichai) August 14, 2021
Sayan Mukherjee said, since India is such a vast country with such a diverse population, there is only one thing that holds us all together and that is our unity in diversity. I tried to capture it with a doodle. He said that I have used different Indian dance forms to show the diversity of the country and to come together on stage. It shows unity among each other. It is the unity of India that keeps us all strong together.
Let us tell you that Google Cloud India has recently announced the launch of its new cloud area in Delhi-NCR which will help the company to serve customers especially in public areas in India and across Asia-Pacific. This cloud area is Google’s second such setup in India, although the company did not disclose the investment made on it. Google’s first cloud area in India – consisting of three ‘availability zones’ – went live in Mumbai in 2017. The cloud area of Delhi-NCR (which has three availability zones) is Google’s 10th setup in Asia Pacific and 26th globally.
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