New Delhi: Today, Google has dedicated his doodle to women on International Women's Day. Today's Google Doodle is created to honor International Women's Day, in which women are seen supporting women. Today's doodle is illustrated by doodle artist Alyssa Winans.
New Delhi: Today, Google has dedicated his doodle to women on International Women’s Day. Today’s Google Doodle is created to honor International Women’s Day, in which women are seen supporting women. Today’s doodle is illustrated by doodle artist Alyssa Winans.
When you look at this doodle you will understand that each letter of ‘GOOGLE’ highlights some of the many areas in which women around the world are working together to improve each other’s progress and quality of life. – Supports others. Today’s doodle is for women.
Every year March 8 is celebrated as Women’s Day all over the world. But the special thing for India is that this time one of the biggest festivals of India i.e. Holi is also being celebrated on March 8 only. Despite this, Google presented its doodle in honor of Women’s Day, women support women
This time the doodle shows the solidarity and cooperation of women towards each other. It’s for women in positions of influence who advocate for progress on issues central to the lives of women everywhere. It is also for women, who come together to seek and learn about their rights. Also for other women, who are important support systems for each other in motherhood.
Sharing her thoughts behind creating the International Women’s Day 2023 doodle, Alyssa Winans said that this time our theme was ‘women supporting women’, so I spent a lot of time thinking about all the ways I could Support is received.
International Women’s Day is an annual event celebrating the achievements of women and the progress of rights. It originated with the American socialist and labor movements in the 20th century. At that time women were fighting for shorter working hours, better pay and the right to vote. The first celebration of Women’s Day was celebrated in 1911.
During this time more than one million people took out rallies in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland to support women’s rights. It has since also focused on issues ranging from equality for women to violence against women in the workplace. However, no group owned the program. International Women’s Day was recognized by the United Nations in 1977. Since then the members of the United Nations started celebrating this day as International Women’s Day.
International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on March 8. The year 1917 was accompanied by protests by Russian women demanding bread and peace. Because of this protest, the then Russian Czar had to leave power. The interim government also gave women the right to vote. The day the Russian women started this performance was 23 February (Sunday) according to the Russian calendar. If this date is seen according to the Gregorian calendar, then that day was on March 8. Since then this day has been named International Women’s Day.