The doodle made by Google is amazing. Today’s doodle is made from paper artwork. Which has been prepared by guest artist Parth Kolthar from Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Republic Day 2023: Today the country is celebrating 74th Republic Day. Makes a doodle to celebrate this occasion. In such a situation, on the special occasion of Republic Day, Google has congratulated all the countrymen by making a wonderful doodle. Google has created a special doodle on its home page through animation. Today’s doodle is made from paper artwork. Which has been prepared by guest artist Parth Kolthar from Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
Who made the doodle?
Duty path is visible in this doodle created by Google. On one side soldiers riding horses and on the other side soldiers performing tricks are visible. They are clearly showing the unity of India. Google is congratulating all Indians through this doodle. Today’s Google Doodle has been created by guest artist Parth Kolthar from Ahmedabad. Rashtrapati Bhavan, India Gate, CRPF marching team are visible in this.
Parade will take place at this time
Let us tell that at 10:30 am today, President Draupadi Murmu will salute the parade coming out of the duty path. The Parade will be commanded by the Parade Commander, Lieutenant General Dheeraj Seth, Ati Vishisht Seva Medal, second generation Army officer. At the same time, this magnificent parade will start with the hoisting of the national flag on the duty path. After this, the national anthem will be sung with a 21-gun salute. This time the salute of 21 guns will be given for the first time by a 105 mm Indian field gun.
The President gave the address
Earlier, on the eve of Republic Day, President Murmu in his address to the nation had said that we have lived up to the expectations of Babasaheb Ambedkar to a great extent. Gandhiji’s ideals of Sarvodaya are yet to be achieved. On the other hand, talking about the parade to be held today, before its commencement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to the National War Memorial, where tribute will be paid to the martyrs by offering floral tributes.
Google Doodle celebrates India republic day with paper work illustration