Mukherjee’s winning illustration, titled ‘India on the Center Stage,’ has a profound impact
Google kicked off ‘Children’s Day’ celebrations in India by announcing the winners of the Doodle for Google competition. According to media reports, Bengal’s Shlok Mukherjee won the contest, which had over 115,000 entries from more than 100 Indian cities for children in grades 1-10.
On the Google homepage, the Google Doodle depicts a human being holding hands with a robot. It is worth noting that there are images of the environment and the earth in the Doodle’s background.
India on the Center Stage
Shlok Mukherjee’s winning illustration, “India on the Center Stage,” has a profound impact. The inner meaning of the Google Doodle is critical.
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He explains his doodle, “In the next 25 years, my India will have scientists develop their own eco-friendly robot for humanity’s betterment.” He is a student at Delhi Public School in Newtown, Calcutta. India will be able to travel from Earth to space on a regular basis. India will grow stronger in the field of Yoga and Ayurveda in the coming years.”
The Rewards won by Shlok Mukherjee
A Rs 500,000 college scholarship, a Rs 200,000 technology package for their school or non-profit organisation, a Certificate or Trophy of achievement, Google hardware devices or allied products (subject to availability), and fun Google collectibles will also be awarded to the National Winner.
Google’s final selection criteria for hundreds of entries were “artistic merit, creativity, alignment with the contest theme, and uniqueness and novelty of the approach.”
Over 5 lakh public votes were cast, and the results included four group winners as well as a national winner.