New Delhi: On Wednesday, Google declared the winner of its “Doodle for Google” competition. Doodle for Google was a competition in which art-loving students brought their imaginations to life for the logo of search engine giant Google. A 13-year-old girl from Mumbai named Pingla Rahul More won the “Doodle for Google” competition.
The competition organized by search engine giant Google made more than 75,000 people participate in the competition from around the country. The theme of the competition was “What inspires me,” and doodles were displayed in response to the theme.
Pingla Rahul More won the “Doodle for Google” competition is a student of J.B. Vachha High School, Mumbai who studies in 8th standard. She with her Doodle “Galaxy, Space Exploration” won among the five age-group finalists.
As per the rules and regulations of the competition, the winning Doodle will be displayed on the homepage of Google on November 14 to celebrate Children’s Day. The winning doodle on the website will reflect artistic merit, creativity, and expression of the theme.
The other winners who transformed the “Google” logo with their doodles were “3 Wise Monkeys”, “Farmers,” “My Desk,” “My Inspiration” and “Animals Inspire Me.”
In the earlier part of the year, the GGogle announced Rs 5 lakh college scholarship and a Rs 2 lakh technology package for the school of the student who will become the national winner of “Doodle for Google.” Besides this, the search engine giant also offered a trip to the Google office in India, among other prizes declared by Google. To make the competition fair, Google divided the “Doodle for Google” competition in five age groups, for students from classes 1 to 10.
“It is heartening to see how these young kids expressed their unique inspiration and powerful stories with incredible creativity in such colorful Doodles. Our heartiest congratulations to all the winners and participants,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
For the top contestants of the competition, the online voting began late in October and continued till November 6.