Google Doodle for Festive season!


Google Doodle for this festive is here – And it does not show only Christmas Festivities, but also celebrates different cultures.. From Indian Classical Dance to St. Basil’s cathedral, from Great wall of China to Henna Lamps, from Mt. Fuji to Venice Gondola’s and many more.

Surprising thing about this Doodle is that it is not design integration with Google Logo, but a collection of photos, which, when clicked take you to related searches.

Google Christmas Doodle

Google Doodle Holiday Season

Although, this Google Doodle may seem like simple set of images, in reality there is huge effort gone behind creating this.

Because of the complexity of the new Christmas doodle, creating it took five artists about 250 hours, according to a story in The Wall Street Journal. Google’s doodle team is led by chief doodler Michael Lopez and includes Susie Sahim, Jennifer Hom, Ryan Germick, and Mike Dutton. To create the new holiday design, the doodlers spent six months working on the concept of the 17 interactive holiday scenes. [source]

Hats off to Google Doodle and their doodlers !!

Update: One of regular writers of Media Monday, Rabi Gupta managed to decode the Google Doodle !


  1. […] has stretched the boundary yet again with this years Christmas Doodle. The Google logo is not there at all…just a mural celebrating various […]

  2. deepak says

    i want to see some images

  3. Manveet SIngh says

    I will have to agree with Rabi on his view point!
    It does read Google :)
    i tried it yesterday, but couldnt read out, but with what Rabi suggested, its quite complicatingly clear :)

  4. Pooja Gupta says

    Probably for the first time Google’s doodle does not read Google.

    1. rabi gupta says

      Hey Pooja. If you check it out closely, it’s the images which create a Google Logo- first 3 images create a G, next 3 create an O and so on. check it closely, its brilliant :)

      1. Arun Prabhudesai says

        But seriously it is too cryptic to understand…dont you think…I think we are making it up more than it is supposed to be..

        1. rabi gupta says

          it is in fact quite complicated. I figured it out only after thinking that “it SHOULD read Google” :D

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