Republic Day of India Google Doodle 2013

On the 64th Republic Day of India on 26th of January 2013 Google published a special doodle in its homepage landed on India. Doodle include the images of the Indian national animal tiger, national flower lotus and India gate in it. It’s for the third time Google coming up with Republic Day wishes with its doodles.

Republic Day of India Google Doodle 2013
Republic Day of India(January 26, 2013)

In the previous year’s Google used national flag of India to decorate its homepage on Republic Day of India. It was for the first time Republic Day of India Google Doodle 2013 included this combinations for republic Day doodle design. Google logo was also added in it as a stripes seen on the tiger body.

Republic Day of India is celebrated every year with grand programs. The starting of the celebrations takes place on 26thmorning with the Republic parade. It’s in New Delhi the main parade takes place in the presence of Indian President. After this parade and flag hoisting on Republic Day president will deliver the Republic Day speech and wish all Indians.

Republic Day of India
Republic Parade
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Republic Day of India is celebrated on every year on 26thJanuary since the constitution of India came in to existence. It was on 1950 the legal document which was singed and constitution of India came in to existence. People in India give great respect for the country and participate in each and every program on the day with great happiness and togetherness with without any caste and creed discrimination. Indian know the fact that for the mother India all are equal.

Google logo in an entirely different look in its home page was the style adopted by Google to wish India. It seemed to be something unique and different. Starting from morning celebrations will continue till the end of the day. This day is an official national holiday in India. Schools, colleges and other public organizations will conduct special Republic Day programs on that day. Usually speech and essay competitions are held in school to make the young India know what our culture is. After the flag hoisting and other cultural programs sweets are distributed to all.

Major celebrations in India takes place in the capital New Delhi. High security and protection is ensured in each and every place there to make sure that no criminal activities takes place over there. Apart from New Delhi in all other metropolitan cities like Bangalore, Mumbai and in all small places the celebration takes place on this day.