Google celebrates Bangladesh Independence Day with Doodle

Leading internet search engine Google overnight redesigned its home page coinciding with Bangladesh’s Independence and National Day, hosting temporarily a special doodle depicting the riverine country’s traditional boats.

Commemorating the country’s declaration of independence from Pakistan in 1971, the doodle features three goods-laden boats in a river in its upper portion while the lower portion represents Bangladesh’s national flag by presenting goggle’s background in red-green color.

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“Today’s Doodle celebrates Independence Day in Bangladesh, the South Asian nation situated on the Bay of Bengal and a deltaic nation with almost 700 rivers flowing through it!” the Google said for putting the special doodle.

Google, for the first time in its history, posted a special doodle for Bangladesh on its 43rd Independence Day in 2013.

It also posted special doodles for some occasions of the country, including the Begum Rokeya Day and the birthday of the eminent writer Humayun Ahmed.

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