|diwali doodle||Pavithra Chandrasekaran||11/1/13 11:17 PM|
why is there no doodle for google india website for diwali?
this is extremely upsetting as am a die-hard fan of google doodles(which are always good).
|Re: diwali doodle||bluequoll||11/1/13 11:45 PM|
|diwali doodle||Krishna Natarajan||11/2/13 8:28 AM|
Great question. I was expecting a Diwali doodle too. Disappointing.
|Re: diwali doodle||Vamsee123555||11/2/13 9:03 AM|
Have mailed to prop...@google.com for having Diwali 2013 Doodle
On Thursday, October 31, 2013 10:41:38 AM UTC+5:30, Nitin Darekar wrote:
|Re: diwali doodle||ABC_News||11/2/13 9:56 PM|
Google does not even put logo for Easter or Christmas, which are celebrated by more people than Diwali. Google has a strong policy against doing doodles for religious holidays, with few exceptions
|Re: diwali doodle||Ankit Mundra||11/3/13 1:27 AM|
Halloween doodle was there...
|Re: diwali doodle||var1234||11/3/13 1:16 PM|
very bad as i expected that google will set a doodle for deewali but it didnt which was very sad...!
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|Re: diwali doodle||narendrasr||11/5/13 9:44 PM|
This is in reply to answers by bluequoll and ABC_News.
Your response is quite Interesting.
Though as an Indian its upsetting to see no doodle on Diwali, I acknowledge that the decision is Google's and I respect that.
|Re: diwali doodle||Ryantube007||11/6/13 11:25 AM|
Bottom line, what's your point if google.com or google.ca does not accommodate Diwali believers. Google does not accommodate any traditional religious North American holiday either. And these at least are holidays and celebrations North America was founded upon.
Halloween and st. Patricks day are not considered religious holidays in North America. Further to the point, These are both national holidays brought by the settlers of North America. It is tradition.
There was no Christmas doodle because it is a religious holiday, despite its long standing tradition, to accommodate those who have other beliefs.