Google Doodle for Pakistan Independence Day

by Imtiaz on August 14, 2012

in Google and SEO, News

Google the largest internet search engine service provider has introduced many of its Doodles to celebrate many cultural and social events. Some of Google Doodles are also dedicated to some very famous personalities. For the very first time Google had introduced a Doodle for Pakistan last year to celebrate the Pakistan’s Independence Day on August 14, 2011. Now in continuation of the same tradition Google have changed its logo ( for its Pakistani users on http://www.google.com.pk domain )  to a very nice Doodle to mark the 65th Birthday of Pakistan.  Last year Google Doodle represented the  Minar-e-Pakistan (Pakistan’s national minaret). This year Google have launched a very artistic Doodle with a Pakistani Flag crescent and star in the middle. This Doodle represents not only represent Pakistani flag but also symoblizes Pakistan’s culture and heritage. Pakistan got its independence from British rule on August 14th, 1947. The name Pakistan literally means “Land of (the) Pure” in Urdu and Persian. This name was proposed in 1933 by Choudhary Rahmat Ali, a Pakistan Movement activist, who published it in his pamphlet Now or Never. Pakistan represents five northern regions of the Indian subcontinent: Punjab, North-West Frontier Province (Now KPK Province), Kashmir, Sind, and Baluchistan”.

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