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Google begins the countdown to Diwali with fun hidden surprises in Search; read more here

Google wants to join in on the celebration of Diwali, which is soon. The world’s largest search engine has revealed a Diwali surprise for its Indian customers and asked them to enter the word “Diwali” in the search field on its page. The end result is a lovely animation that captures the spirit and light of Diwali.

Google tweeted “Just here to say search Diwali for a surprise” from its official Twitter handle to announce the Diwali Surprise. Diyas that are illuminated is all around the words.

When you type Diwali into the Google Search box, a day will appear at the top of the results page. When you tap the diya, a number of them will appear on the screen. Take your pointer to each diya to turn on the lights these days. Sparkles appear in the background and a lovely animation appears. Users of the Google mobile app for iOS and Android will see comparable results.

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The Diwali festival dates in India are listed in the Google search results, along with other relevant data such as Wikipedia articles, Diwali news, and more. Google’s Diwali Surprise, which Pichai first hinted at last year, was also the same as it was before.

The ancient Hindu epic Ramayana makes reference to the history of Diwali. The day commemorates the return of Lord Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Laxmana to Ayodhya following their 14-year exile and victory over the demon Raavana, according to the epic.

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