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Google Celebrates India’s 69th Independence Day With A Dandi March Doodle

Today, Google has brought a smile on our faces with its doodle today morning. On the eve of the 69th Independence Day of India Google has an illustration of the Dandi March on its home page as the Google Doodle.

Google Celebrates India's 69th Independence Day With A Dandi March Doodle

The Dandi March illustrated in the doodle was undertaken by Mahatma Gandhi on March 12, 1930, from Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi, in Gujarat. The Dandi March was undertaken to protest against the tax resistance and salt monopoly that was implemented by the British in pre-independent India. Also known as the Salt Satyagraha, the Dandi March started from Sabarmati Ashram and ended in the village of Dandi, where Gandhiji made salt from water as an mark of protest.

Gandhiji was joined on this 24-day march by many regular as well as prominent citizens. The Dandi March gave rise to the Civil Disobedience Movement.

Last year, Google had posted a doodle featuring independent India’s first stamp to celebrated the 68th Independence Day.

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Himanshu Mishra

Content-Writer at PaidFreeDroid. Himanshu is a tech enthusiast. He likes to explore the day to day technology, mainly smartphone and software. He also has a keen interest in Cricket and Football.

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