Asia Bizz: After winning the contest for India’s Doodle4Google contest, Varsha Gupta’s piece of art has been displayed on the home page of the most popular search engine Google on November 14, 2011. The Doodle designed by the 7-year-old, who is a student of Ryan International,has been displayed on the occasion of Children’s Day.

Gupta, a resident of Delhi, had designed the Doodle that was based on the theme ‘India’s contribution to the World’. Varsha drew some musical instruments that had originated in India.

Robin Joseph, the Consumer Marketing executive of Google said that the Doodle designed by Varsha artfully depicts India’s contribution in terms of culture and music. The logo that was designed by Varsha included a Sarod, Tabla, Shehnai and Veena.

While explaining her Doodle, Gupta said that India is a land of different cultures and that music plays a very important role in the country. The participants this year were given a challenge of imagining their own vision of the Doodle and were given the theme ‘India’s gift to the world’. As a winner, Varsha was given a laptop along with a year’s internet connection and also Rs. 2,00,000 technological grant for her school.

The Doodle competition is held every year where students from 1st standard to 10th standard participate.