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Over the last decade, Google has used different illustrations to commemorate India’s Independence Day.
2011: Google doodle featured the iconic monument of Red Fort situated in the Old Delhi region to mark the Independence Day.
To mark the 66th independence day of India, Google turned its doodle into the tricolour. The letters of Google turned into saffron, white and green.
The 67th independence day of India was marked by Google in a philatelic way. The Google doodle featured a postal stamp of the country.
Mahatma Gandhi made his appearance in a digital illustration as Google Doodle. Illustrated by Leon Hong, the artwork drew inspiration for the Salt March.
Google reimagined the historic speech delivered by India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in its doodle.