Google’s New Doodle Celebrates Pakistan’s 65th Independence Day
Just like last year, Google has again displayed today a brilliant independence day doodle at its Google Pakistan page.
Unlike last year’s doodle where a crescent and a star was displayed above the second ‘g’ and a Minar-e-Pakistan was placed in place of ‘l’ (and the color changed to green, of course) this years doodle has got a complete make over and instead features a traditional design and artwork (similar to the artworks you see on lorries everyday!).
This is a remarkable way to celebrate the 65th independence anniversary of our motherland and something that we people deserve as Google Pakistan is among Pakistan’s most-visited websites. So to all the Pakistanis living both in abroad and in Pakistan, a very happy 65th independence day to you.
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