Children’s Day 2006 Japan Google doodle on May 6th

As a part of giving recognition for children, Children’s Day is celebrated whole across the world. According to different nation the date and way of celebration may vary. Globally the Children’s Day is celebrated on November 20.

Children's Day 2006 Japan Google doodle
Children’s Day 2006 Japan Google doodle (May 6, 2006)

Every year Google releases the children’s Day special doodles. Children’s Day 2006 Japan Google doodle got released on May 6th. In the doodle there is 2 fish kites instead of 2 o’s in the Google logo.

As in Children’s Day 2004 Japan Google doodle , the fish kites are the major attraction of these doodles also. These fish kites are favorite toy for children’s on the occasion of Children’s Day in some countries like Japan. So it is apt to give such a toy in the doodle also.

As far as the recommendation of United States Children’s Day is celebrated on November 20 as a major global variant. After the Women’s International Democratic Federation conducted on November 1949 congress in Paris June 1 was declared as Children’s Day in many countries since from 1950.

In 1954 United Nations General Assembly given proclamation to celebrate Children’s Day internationally. As the result of that a special day is dedicated for children every year.

From a Children's Day celebration in India
From a Children’s Day celebration in India [Image Credit : festivals.iloveindia.com]
The international organization UNICEF takes some important steps in favor of children. UNICEF provides services like vaccines, food and good educational environment for poor children.

In this modern world also there are many children who doesn’t have good basic education, food and other living circumstances.The ultimate goal of Children’s Day celebration is to mold future citizens, today’s children.

Children’s doodle appear on Google homepage on diffrent countries on the day of celebration every year, to wish childrens.

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