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The Doodle slideshow followed Amte's life, which he dedicated to serving those in need, especially the ones afflicted with leprosy.
The first illustration showed a bunch of elves tossing presents into Santa Claus' sleigh as the reindeer awaited clearance for takeoff.
The American Meteor Society says the Ursids should be visible in the mid-Northern Hemisphere. At the peak there should be about 11 sporadic meteors per hour just before dawn.
Born in Seville in late December 1617, Murillo was baptised on New Year's Day 1618. He was famous for his impressive and unorthodox use of colour in his paintings.
Astronomer and astrophysicist Frank Drake from Cornell University wrote the message with the help from American astronomer Carl Sagan, among others.
Pingla Rahul More's doodle was selected from entries made by over 75,000 students from across the country.
Lacchu Maharaj passed away in July 2016 in Varanasi at the age of 72 after a prolonged illness.
In a letter to Google India managing director Rajan Anandan, Kavitha said that Bathukamma festival would be celebrated by more than 30 million people around the world.
The doodle, comprising a 1.37-minute long video, showed Google's journey from the start until 2018, and also thanked its users for all the support during the journey.
Since the 1930s, Ismat Chughtai’s work offered frank depictions of women’s lives while exploring topics of sexuality, femininity and class struggle, which are indeed pertinent to today.
Born in Budaun, Uttar Pradesh on August 21, 1911, Chughtai championed free speech, social liberation, and gender equality through her writing
The doodle features sports like Kabaddi, weightlifting, Archery, Baseball, Fencing, and Jujitsu.
Sardesai was the first Indian to score an Overseas Test double hundred 212 against West Indies, Kingston in 1971 and also went on to score a double hundred after 'following on' in a Test against NZ.
Meena Kumari was not only an iconic star of Hindi cinema, she was also a poet of great flair and delicacy.
Lemaitre's thesis was based on calculations derived from Albert Einstein's Theory of General Relativity.