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Independence Day: Google Doodle celebrates 2022 Independence Day with Kerala artist’s work

76th Independence Day: On Independence Day 2022, Google has released a doodle in its style. The doodle, created by artist Neeti of Kerala, depicts India celebrating 75 years of its independence on 15 August.

By Priyanka Verma 
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New Delhi: On the occasion of Independence Day, Google has released a doodle in its style on Monday, in which colorful kites are shown flying and these kites are displaying the heights achieved by India till date. The doodle, created by artist Neeti of Kerala, depicts India celebrating 75 years of its independence on 15 August.

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India’s culture is depicted by kites in Independence Day 2022 Doodle. This Google doodle with kites symbolizes the great heights India has achieved in 75 years. GIF animation is bringing doodles to life.

Sharing her thoughts about the doodle, artist Neeti said , “One of our fondest memories is the age-old tradition of kite flying being an integral part of the Indian Independence Day celebrations. My artwork depicts the culture associated with kites – from the craft of making bright beautiful kites to the joyous experience of a community coming together. The vast expanse of sky lit up with flying kites is a colorful symbol of the great heights we have achieved. GIF animation adds dynamism and brings to life the doodle.

According to Niti, “Kites are also an outlet for artistic expression—many of these modern motifs as well as social messages. I have made pictures of kites to celebrate our national colour, message of love and 75 years of India’s independence. They are soaring skyscrapers, birds and I want to believe they are flying as high as the sun.”

On this day in 1947, almost two hundred years of British rule in India came to an end and officially became a democratic country and India’s long struggle for independence resulted in the birth of the largest democracy in the world. Heroic freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi led the country’s independence movement through non-violent protest. The Indian National Flag was hoisted for the first time on 15 August 1947 at the Red Fort in Delhi. On the other hand, the celebration of Independence Day is to honor the sacrifice and tireless efforts of our courageous leaders and freedom fighters who laid down their lives for the sake of the country and the countrymen.

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Like every time, the Prime Minister of India will address the nation this time as well as a 21-gun salute will be given and the PM will unfurl the national flag at the Red Fort. The speech of the Prime Minister can be heard on the radio as well as on television. Several events have been organised this year under the banner of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mohatsav,’ to celebrate India’s Independence Day with the theme ‘Nation First, Always First.’

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