Happy Holidays 2008 Google Doodle

Happy Holidays 2008 doodles are released as by Google as a part of winter celebration lasting from November to February. The first doodle in the Happy Holidays Google 2008 series was released on 21st December.

Happy Holidays 2008 Google Doodle (December 21, 2008)

Ever year Google releases holiday doodle series. In this year also Google released series of doodles as a part of holiday celebration. The first doodle in the Happy Holidays 2008 series was released on 21st December.

Happy Holidays 2008 Google doodle
Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (December 21, 2008)

Winter season is the occasion in which a series of holidays falls. So Happy Holidays is the greetings exchanged in this occasion with our near ones. The holiday session will last for December, January and February. These months having some delightful festival celebrated in different parts of the world.

Festivals includes New Year’s Day, Christmas, Boxing Day, Hanukkah etc… On this occasion people exchange wishes with to family, friends, Co- workers and strangers etc…

Happy Holidays 2008 – Google Doodle (December 22, 2008)

The second doodle in the Happy Holidays 2008 series on 22nd December. The festivals during the Holiday session is family gatherings and an opportunity to express the joy and happiness with our near ones.

Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (Dec 22, 2008)
Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (December 22, 2008)

The holiday session celebration varies according to region and country and so the festivals. The way of celebration has changed as decades passes. Now a days the exchange of wishes is in the digital form.

The holiday celebrations start from the month of November and last till February. The main festivals includes Kwanzaa, Thanksgiving, Saint Stephen’s Day and Epiphany etc.

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Happy Holidays 2008 Google Doodle (December 23, 2008)

The third doodle in the Happy Holidays 2008 series on 23rd December. The whole world turns to festive moos during the days between Christmas and New Year.

Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (Dec 23, 2008)
Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (Dec 23, 2008)

Irrespective of region and religion Christmas and New Year are celebrated whole across the world. The commonly used Happy Holidays greetings includes like ‘Happy Christmas’ and Merry Christmas’.

In earlier days these are used in countries like United Kingdom, in United Kingdom, North America, Ireland etc. China, India and Japan also celebrate Christmas as a result of western influence. The days between Thanksgiving Day and New Year is celebrated as winter holidays in public sphere in United States.

Happy Holidays 2008 Google Doodle (December 24, 2008)

The fourth doodle in the Happy Holidays 2008 series on 24th December. The world ‘Happy’ is used to convey joy and happiness of festival.

Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (Dec 24, 2008)
Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (December 24, 2008)

Seasonal greetings are used to exchange wishes for Happy Holidays since from the late of 19th century. After the celebration of Christmas it is time for New Year. In all regions the New Year is celebrated with people gatherings, parities and fireworks. The lights, crackers and with colored costumes are the attractive part of celebration.

Happy Holidays 2008 Google Doodle (December 25, 2008)

The fifth doodle in the Happy Holidays 2008 series on 25th December. During the winter season Happy Holidays are the common greeting in gifts and cards.

Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (Dec 25, 2008)
Happy Holidays from Google 2008 (December 25, 2008)

Google always shown an interest in releasing series of doodles as a part of winter holidays. Always joy and happiness are the main emotion in these doodles. In this Happy Holidays 2008 Google Doodle also the happiness of celebration is pictured.

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