On the occasion of children's day, the birth anniversary of India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Google India has come up with a new doodle for the occasion. Every year ahead of children's day, Google holds an annual contest called 'Doodle4Google' , in which the school kids are required to create doodle on a particular theme. The winner's entry gets displayed on the Google homepage on November 14. This time, Google India has used the drawing of Vaidehi Reddy from APS, Pune whose doodle represents Assam and shows several cultural motifs from the state, the theme of the competition being 'A place in India I wish to visit'. This contest was held across 50 cities and 1700 schools in India. Kristopher Hom, a Google engineer who is part of the core Google team said that being a part of the Doodle team, he is always inspired by such creativity and that it is wonderful to see how each and every one of these entries is unique not only for their incredible creativity but also for the simple yet powerful message behind them.