Google Doodle

Google Doodle Competition 2012

Theme: Unity In Diversity

Entries From Our School

By Teerdha

Please send the entries of your children if they participated in this competition or even tried to get one ready but could not send it to Google in time. We will publish this on our site.


Participate in the Google Doodle competition. That will help you show off your thinking skills as well as creativity in Art.

You can check the old doodles here:

Read about this year's doodle competition -

Read more and watch a video on Google Blog -

Download a form from this link and submit it :

For this year the entries should reach by Oct 23rd.

Do's & Don'ts -

"Also be careful while using the national flag in the doodle – national symbols like the    
 Ashoka Chakra are not to be used"

Judging Criteria

"Judging Criteria

All doodles are evaluated on the following criteria:

  • Artistic merit - based on age, drawing skills and use of colour.
  • Creativity - based on representation of the theme and use of the Google logo.
  • Theme 'Unity in Diversity' - how well the concept of the theme iss expressed.
  • Supporting statement - how the vision of the doodle is explained."

All the best!


Get some ideas on Unity in Diversity - Unity in Diversity , Unity in Diversity Videos , Diversity in India

Practice thinking skills and think out of the box.

Some more links to understand the diversity in India

Celebrating New Year

Diversity in traditions, festivals, clothes, different types of sarees, dance & music, art, etc.

Five major racial types

Ancient and Modern values live together in India

Vedic India and Internet India

Ancient and modern dresses of Indian women

English uniting the different language speakers in India

Richest and Poorest Live Side By Side

Original Doodler Dennis Hwang's Tips

"Dennis' Top Tips
  • Make sure your design complements the shape of the letters in the Google logo, but don't let that restrict your creativity.
  • Experiment with different media to see which one works best for your design (you can even create your doodle on your PC).
  • Don't over-complicate your design – simpler images often have the most impact.
  • Remember that your design could end up on the Google homepage, so imagine how it will look on screen.
  • Remember to use colour well and think about how it interacts with a white background.
  • Avoid commercial or copyrighted images.
  • Think outside the box – try to create a doodle that's different from your classmates and hasn't been done before.
  • Feel free to use the space behind and in front of the Google letters, but try to maintain your design's overall balance.
  • Have fun! "Doodle 4 Google" is all about creativity and enjoying designing fun things."

Get the form here and start doodling - Print the stencil 

The Winning Doodle -