Friday, March 23

Bhagat Singh : Google Doodle


I know it’s late to post this now but not late to pay homage to ‘The Legend’ who sacrificed his life for nation’s freedom struggle and left us today.

As I woke up to Google today (23rd March 2012), I expected Bhagat Singh’s Doodle to fly high at least on Google Doodle’s Indian (.in) version but was thwarted and surprised to see some Legendary Cubist painter ‘Juan Cris’s’ Birthday Badge sitting right in centre of Google’s Homepage.
www.google.in

So, I decided to commemorate the Indian Revolutionary through Google Doodle my way. I created a doodle badge to remember the Visionary.

Please excuse my imagination as I am not very artistic when it comes to creative designing.
Bhagat Singh Google Doodle

I am sure there are many creative designers out there who can make a lot better doodle to celebrate Bhagat Singh’s day.

Before I end this post, I would like to mention that Pakistan Government has decided to honor Bhagat Singh by renaming the place where he was hanged in Lahore jail to ‘Bhagat Singh Chownkthis year. It was today at this place he along with Sukhdev & Rajguru went to gallows in year 1931. Government has also pledged to finish the monument construction started 20 years ago to immortalize the Legend.

23 comments:

  1. Good effort !
    and effort never fails///
    A legend :)

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    1. thanks D for linking the post. i agree with you efforts never fail!

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  2. beautiful design.. LOVE your doodle.

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    1. thank you kajal but i still think it could have been better !

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  3. felt good after read the post..liked the design as well !

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    1. yeah the pakistan thing does make one feel good. thanks for liking the design Alka !

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  4. Even a small efforts which enable others to remember the legend should be appreciated. Hopefully google will pick it up and do a belated doodle in memory of Bhagat Singh. Good to see small gestures from the Pak. govt. After all, he fought for the independence of India, Pak, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka as a whole.

    Destination Infinity

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    1. that was quite an interesting statement you made. i was confused on my first reading as to why pakistan should do something like this? but now your comment gives answer to my question that we were all one before independence and Bhagat Singh died much before the partition!

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  5. Excellent effort ...
    but it is a shame that Pakistan govt is doing and the indian GOVT is not bothered about this day at all...

    It is a holiday in punjab for a change but did bhagat singh and others gave their life for PUNJAB or for india.. WHy is GANDHI's b'day or deat a national day and Not of bhagat singh.. It is really a shame and make me so angry when i think .. Our govt divides the nation like this ...

    anyway Bai ji the google doodle indeed is a very good attempt and thank you for this .. Thank you for mentioning my post too ...

    Bhagat singh and other martyrs need to be remembered as they had values that they fought for , if we the indians have a bit of those values maybe our nation will be in a much better place then where it is ..

    Bikram's

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    1. i agree with you Veer ji, strange pakistan celebrates the day but there's no remembrance for the martyr in India.

      thanks for liking the doodle and your 1931 post was an inspiration behind this post!

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  6. I think it's wonderful. I am also happily surprised by what Pak Govt is doing. Thanks Rahul for this post!

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    1. thank you Saru for liking the post and the design !

      i agree big efforts made by pak govt on this day !

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  7. don't know what is a google doodle but what u created is beautiful. and because of ur post i know about this wonderful gesture from Pakistan Government. great post :)

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    1. yes truly a wonderful gesture by paki govt.

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  8. wonderful, you put a stop for the hoax message made rounds near 14th Feb (:LoL:)

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    1. thanks for liking the post and sorry i had no idea about the hoax that surfaced around 14th feb :-)

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  9. Oh, I didn't know when was Bhagat Singh's death anniversary.

    I like your doodle, and thanks for writing this post.

    And yes, I finally took your tag!!!

    http://anucreations.blogspot.in/2012/03/tag-thon.html

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    1. i loved your answers and sad to know that you didn't knew about Bhagat Singh's death anniversary :-(

      thanks for liking the doodle!

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  10. Beautiful creation, Rahul.. I liked it very much!! Very noble thought, kudos to you for putting this up :)

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    1. thank you Arti, am blushing post reading your comment !

      regards
      Rahul

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  11. rtistic or not i really think it was the thought here that counrted and the very fact that u didnt jut wrie this post but went ahead and created ur own doodle....

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    1. idle mind devil's workshop and that's how this doodle came up :-)

      kidding

      thanks for liking both, post and the doodle.

      regards
      Rahul

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  12. Superb, Rahul! A patriotic move and a very good one at that!

    Very impressive and touching...

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