New Delhi: Savitribai Phule born on January 3, 1831, as Savitribai Jyotirao Phule was an Indian social reformer. Search engine giants, Google marked the renowned Maharashtrian poet with a mesmerising colourful doodle on Savitribai Phule’s 186th birthday.
Her birth anniversary is of utmost importance in the Indian history. Savitribai Phule was the woman who helped set up the first school for girls in India. The colourful Google doodle rightly depicts her persona as a caring mother nurturing her children with love and care. Apart from honouring the great social reformist with a doodle, Google also provided a link to explore the incredible life and work of Savitribai Phule (January 3, 1831 – March 10, 1897).
As the countrymen open the Google search screen on January 3; they will be amazed by the beautiful doodle of Savitribai Phule. This Doodle’s reach is in India.
The wonderful creative is rich in both colours and thought as it shows the caricature of Savitribai lovingly accepting students in her arms. The trademark vermillion tika and her green saree with the school walls and students entering the buildings tell the historical feat achieved by notable Indian social reformer.