Google Turns Green to Celebrate August 14th


Google Pakistan is celebrating Pakistan’s independence day by featuring a Green Doodle with “L” being replaced with Minar-e-Pakistan and a moon along with stars.

This is the first time ever that Google has featured a doodle for any Pakistani event, and what better it could be than the independence day.

Pakistanis celebrate Independence Day on August 14th, with flag raising ceremonies, tributes to the national heroes and fireworks taking place throughout the country.

Pakistani internet users had reservations regarding the Google Doodles, as no Pakistani or Islamic event was featured so far on Google’s home page. But Google users from the region will defiantly be delighted with Google’s Green Doodle for their Independence Day.

Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK

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  • Pakistan Zindabad! A very nice doddle, good imagination.

  • Zaigham

    Its not coming up .com version. It should.

  • Zaigham

    Its not coming up on .com version. Google should put this doodle on .com version as well just like others.

    • Ahmed

      Only on and not on
      But I think we never saw American Flag on as well.

  • Yup! Its not worldwide..


    But still its good :)

  • Nice… Patriotic Google :D

  • Usman Munir

    Yes Create!
    Finally Google recognize Pakistani contribution toward its revenue

  • Jabran


  • IT pakistan

    This is Google Pakistan, It shows the importance of Pakistan in the field of IT and Internet.

  • kashif

    It’s silly to say that this doodle isnt on worldwide google. How it can be? 14th August isnt a worldwide event. Google doesnt celebrate 200+ countries’ independence days. This happens only on local domains. Poor Pakistanis! Ever complaining.

  • Rizwan

    Thanks Google for showing respect for our beloved PAKISTAN =)

  • shahab

    Something is better than nothing’ : is better than no one celebrate : Little moment make an hour little thought a book : pls.,, dont dotard respect what you gain from a world library : not from a worrier.

  • IT Crates

    Its looks great

  • Tauheed

    thanks google

  • Sikander azam

    Pakistan zindabad

  • Sikander azam

    Jewe jewe Pakistan

  • bilal

    Love it..
    May Allah always keep our flag Flying and Rising..

  • iftikhar

    Thank You Google……its great.Love you.

  • salman khan

    thanx google far saying to all world tht today is 14th august PAKISTAN INDEPENDANCE DAY.

  • Junaid

    Yeah, I saw this… But you people are mistaken, Google is not showing this to the whole world. If you check it is only on not on

  • Ahmed

    Read this link to find if Pakistan actually came into existance on 14th or 15th August. Facts from BBC.

    • farrukh

      Pakistan 14 AUG ko wajod men agaya tha . when the message was broadcast the date was 15 AUG , but it dosent mean , that Pakistan should suppose to be independent on the same time when message was broadcast . some common sense required here!!

  • Xahid

    Actually, its True that Pakistan real independence day is 15th August, but just to make it differ from India its celebrated at 14th August (there’s some factual reasons behind 14th August as well)

  • imkhalid

    BBC Urdy isn’t Pakistani so i wont go for it and they dont know

  • Muhammad Zaman

    Great. I salute you google. Long live Pakistan

  • Altaf


  • Pakistan!! Love it – Or leave it!!
    But don’t destroy it

  • Mansoor

    Google is celebrating the month of Aug by acquiring Motorola Mobility :D

  • Azfar Ansari

    We all must be thankful to google, as they are the only one in world, who give respect to us. Please be positive and think …. How we can make it globle, its our responsibilaty, we need to work together.

    “together we can make it happen”

    I Love you Pakistan.

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