Bangla Noboborsho in Google Doodle-logo
Published: 01:02 PM, 14 April 2021
Google released the Doodle scratching with paintbrushes on a paper-designed mask; Photo: Collected
Google has released a special doodle on the occasion of the Pohela Boishakh, greeting the Bangalees “Shuvo Noboborsho”.
The world’s largest search engine giant Google has released the special doodle on Wednesday.
When you enter Google.com, you can see the Bangla Noboborsho doodle – scratching with paintbrushes on a paper-designed mask. The mask is decorated in red, yellow, maroon, green and other colors – such colors are usually used in Mongol Shovajatra.
Clicking on the doodle brings you various information and news related to the Bengali New Year and Pohela Boishakh.
Google released the first special doodle on March 26, 2013, on the occasion of Bangladesh’s Independence Day. A family holding a flag in a flower-filled green landscape of Bangladesh — such a doodle appeared on the main page of the search engine that day. Since then, Google has published numerous doodles related to Bangladesh.
Google publishes doodles on the occasion of a special day or topic. All Google doodles for different days can be viewed at www.google.com/doodles.