For the country's 75th anniversary of independence, Google has launched India Ki Udaan.

Google has launched a web service that allows users to tell the tale of India while preserving the nations historic landmarks from its 75-year history . The India Ki Udaan initiative of Google honors the nations achievements and is based on Indias unwavering and unwavering spirit over the past 75 years .

Google has launched a web service that allows users to tell the tale of India while still preserving the nation's historic landmarks from its 75-year history.The India ki Udaan initiative of Google honors the nation's achievements and is based on India's unwavering and unwavering spirit over the past 75 years.On Friday, it was officially unveiled at a lavish gathering held at the Sunder Nursery in New Delhi in the presence of top officials from the cultural ministry and Google.Google also announced a deal with the Ministry of Culture to create informative online content that reflects the contributions of Indians and the evolution of India since 1947 to support the government's year-long Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav initiative, according to a tweet.

On November 14, the winner of this year's Doodle4Google campaign will showcase their artwork on the Google homepage in India and win a Rs 5 lakh college scholarship, a Rs 2 lakh technology package for their school or non-profit organization, a tribute to accomplishment, Google hardware, and fun Google collectibles.It said that four of the group's winners and 15 finalists would each receive lucrative prizes.Reddy urged Google to create a special doodle on Har Ghar Tiranga, which would inspire employees and visitors to participate in the campaign enthusiastically.The minister also suggested that Google could assist the culture ministry in digital mapping of the boundaries of its over 3,000 centrally protected monuments, which would enable better surveillance of the sites and preventing damage.

Reddy said that we want Google to be a partner in the governments transformative journey as well as promote India's tourist destinations.Google unveiled a number of special initiatives across its services and products to celebrate the 75th anniversary of India's independence, a statement said.The initiative would serve hundreds of millions of Indians with content and experiences created specifically for the occasion.A recent online collection titled India Ki Udaan, available on the Google Arts and Culture website, is the heart of the celebrations.

With more than 120 illustrations and 21 stories compiled by ten talented artists, visitors will see exhibits from the Ministry of Tourism, the Museum of Art and Photography, the Indian Railways Heritage Department, the Indian Academy of Sciences, and the Dastkari Haat Samiti.This initiative provides a unique snapshot of India's greatest moments, allowing people to experience some of the most memorable moments in its modern history, its famous personalities, its most cherished scientific and sporting achievements, and how women in India continue to inspire the world.Google said that this commemorative collection will be expanded with a unique blend of archives and art work for people in India and around the world.The latest Google Arts and Culture collection, India Ki Udaan, (literally translated as India takes flight), is inspired by India's unwavering and unending spirit over the past 75 years, according to the article.

At the convention, a physical representation of the new digital collection was also included, with a kite-shaped digital screen, photos with augmented reality effect, and other tech-driven experiences.Rein said the kite has been used as an optimistic metaphor to represent India's 75th anniversary, as well as to involve and inform the wider audience at home, as well as those who are not from India but want to hear about it.Google Arts and Culture has showcased India's diverse heritage in many ways as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.It has introduced the country's cultural heritage to people from all around the world by working with more than 100 partners in India.