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Sivaji Ganesan: Google doodle celebrates 93rd birthday of India’s first influential actors

The present Doodle, represented by Bangalore, India-based guest artist Noopur Rajesh Choksi, commends the 93rd birthday of Sivaji Ganesan, one of India’s first method actors and generally considered among the country’s influential actors ever. On this day in 1928, Sivaji Ganesan was born as Ganesamoorthy in Villupuram, a town in the southeastern state of Tamil…

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Google celebrates its 23rd birthday with animated doodle

It’s said that a single possibility encounter can shift the course of your life. For Google’s situation, a possibility experience between two computer scientists shifted the direction of the Internet and the lives of millions. In 1997, Sergey Brin, an graduate student at Stanford University, incidentally turned out to be alloted to show Larry Page,…

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Google doodle celebrates 69th birthday of American actor, director, author, and humanitarian ‘Christopher Reeve’

The present Doodle celebrates American actor, director, author, and humanitarian Christopher Reeve, who is most popular for his spinal cord research advocacy work close by his leading role in four “Superman” feature films. Christopher D’Olier Reeve was brought into the world on this day in 1952 in New York City. He moved on from The…

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Saudi Arabia National Day 2021: Google doodle celebrates Al-Yaom-ul-Watany

The present Doodle observes Saudi Arabia’s National Day, referred to in local Arabic as Al-Yaom-ul-Watany, which honors the unification of the Saudi Kingdom on this day in 1932. Every year, September 23 is an opportunity for Saudi citizens to celebrate their cultural heritage and look toward what’s to come. During public day festivities, streets all…

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Bunpheng Faiphiuchai: Google doodle celebrates the 89th birthday of Thai singer crowned the “Queen of Mo Lam”

For those looking to understand the heritage of Thailand’s northeastern Isan locale—the country’s biggest territory that is home to more than 22 million individuals—no other artistic phenomenon reflects its character more than the lovely style of folk music known as Mo Lam. The present Doodle commends the 89th birthday celebration of the Thai singer crowned…

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Harvest Moon 2021: When to see the moon, the last full moon before autumnal equinox

Say goodbye to summer with a salute to Monday night’s “harvest moon,” the last full moon before the Northern Hemisphere’s autumnal equinox on Wednesday, Sept. 22. When is the harvest moon? The Americas can hope to see a full moon by Monday afternoon and evening through Tuesday morning — as Europe, Asia, Australia and a…

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Armenia Independence Day 2021: Google doodle celebrates this public holiday, also known as Ankakhutyun

Situated in the mountainous, Caucasus region where the Asian and European landmasses combine, Armenia commends its Independence Day on the 1991 anniversary of the nation voting in a countrywide referendum for sway. The present Doodle praises this public holiday, otherwise called Ankakhutyun, with a portrayal of the national tricolor flag. Designed by Armenian lexicographer, educator,…

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Chuseok 2021: Google doodle celebrates Korean festival

The present Doodle, shown by Seoul, South Korea-based guest artist Kim Jam, observes Chuseok, a three-day, harvest festival observed across the Korean peninsula. As one of the three most significant holidays on the Korean lunar calendar, Chuseok is a period for families to meet up and show gratitude for a fruitful harvest with traditional food,…

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Google doodle celebrates ‘Respect the Aged Day’ in Japan

On the third Monday of September, individuals of Japan honor the eldest in their communities during Respect for the Aged Day. The present Doodle by Ishikawa, Japan-based visitor craftsman Maiko Dake captures the delight given by older individuals and their contributions to society. The occasion, otherwise called Keirō no Hi, begun as a local festival…

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Google doodle honors Chile’s National Day

On this date in 1810, Chile’s Primera Junta Nacional de Gobierno (First National Assembly) made the initial move toward autonomy, starting the beginning of the Chilean development to becoming a sovereign nation. The present Doodle honors Chile’s National Day or Fiestas Patrias with a portrayal of the South American country’s true animal—the huemul deer. Native…

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