Google Announces the India Ki Udaan Project To Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Independence

Google announced that its popular Doodle4Google challenge for 2022, themed on the countrys 75-year history of independence, will be launched on Friday . The software giant also revealed that its initiative, India ki Udaan, is now open for entries to the students of Classes 1-10, and will be accompanied by fun Google collectibles .

Google also announced that its popular Doodle4Google challenge for 2022, which is themed on the country's 75-year history of independence, will be launched on Friday at the Sunder Nursery in Delhi, in the presence of Union Culture and Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy and senior officials from the Ministry of Culture.The software giant also revealed that its initiative, India ki Udaan, is now open for entries to the students of Classes 1-10, and will be accompanied by fun Google collectible Mr Reddy said that Google should work with the culture ministry to develop a special doodle on Har Ghar Tiranga, which will encourage employees and others to participate in the campaign.Mr Reddy said in his speech that the government should also work with Google to help with the culture ministry's transformational journey by digitizing the boundaries of its over 3,000 centrally-protected monuments, which will help in better monitoring the sites and checking encroachment.It is a tribute to India's rich cultural heritage, with iconic scenes from the past 75 years being displayed in English and Hindi, as well as exhibits from various departments, including the Ministry of Tourism, the Museum of Art and Photography, the Indian Railways Heritage Directorate, the Indian Academy of Sciences, and the Dastkari Haat Samiti.This publication provides a unique perspective on India's remarkable times, highlighting some of its most memorable scenes, as well as some of its most popular Google announced that this commemorative collection would be extended to include a unique combination of archives and artistry for people in India and around the world.The new Google Arts and Culture collection, India Ki Udaan, (literally translated as India takes flight) is based on the unwavering and unequalled spirit of India over the last 75 years, according to Simon Rein, senior program manager at Google Arts and Culture.