Google celebrates Pakistan’s Independence Day

Google search engine has unveiled its new doodle on 71st Independence Day of Pakistan to honour the people of Pakistan.

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Google often pay its homage on different occasions to countries and worldwide prominent personalities by releasing specifically designed doodle, and this not the first time the company commemorates Pakistan on it’s historical day. Previous year, it released a doodle celebrating the Pakistan Day, by highlighting Mohenjodaro’s legacy with a long-live-Pakistan wish.

 

Doodle featuring Mohenjodaro’s most iconic landmarks, including the stately “Priest-King,” a clay bullock cart, and the bronze “Dancing Girl.”

The wish reads: Today’s Doodle celebrates Pakistan’s Independence Day by featuring some of Mohenjodaro’s most iconic landmarks, including the stately “Priest-King,” a clay bullock cart, and the bronze “Dancing Girl.” As strongly as Mohenjodaro’s legacy lives on, so does Pakistan’s longstanding history. Happy Independence Day, Pakistan!

The giant search engine has also honoured the birthdays of legendary musician Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi, Pop-Singer Nazia Hassan and Shehenshah-e Ghazl  Mehdi Hassan with its doodle.

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