29 May 2017
KATHMANDU: The internet popular search engine Google on Monday dedicated a doodle for Nepal as the Himalayan nation celebrates its 10th Republic Day in Kathmandu.
The Nepali flag can be seen flapping in between the Google logo, which has been designed with crimson and blue colors inspired from Nepal’s flag.
Nepal is marking its Republic Day organizing various programmed today.
The doodle dedicated to the Day explains:
The Republic of Nepal is a nation of immense diversity and cultural richness. It’s also the only country in the world whose flag is not rectangular! The flag’s crimson red represents the bravery of Nepal’s people. Its blue borders symbolize peace and harmony for this nation of more than 120 ethnic groups, speaking as many native languages that were united by the Republic’s formation in 2008.
The biggest ceremonial parades take place in Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu, but Nepalese people around the world celebrate.
Happy Republic Day, Nepal!
The doodle is only visible to the users opening google.com.np.
Last year, the Google had featured Nepal’s national bird Danphe on the Republic Day.