March 8, around the world on International Women’s Day, people will be taking part in various initiatives to highlight efforts to improve the lives of girls and women, and to celebrate the numerous achievements for women, health and equality.
Google is known for promoting special events with Google Doodle. The few important Doodle’s from past few months are shown in this post.
International Women’s Day 2012:
The Doodle replaces their standard search logo with a simple illustration that forms Google’s “G” with the female gender sign. The second “o” is a yellow flower, while the first “o” and the “e” are reminiscent of the bindi, a symbol associated with Indian women.