On the occasion of Diwali, Google has presented its customers with a special present in the form of animated diyas, as the official announcement on Twitter.
All website visitors from India who put "Diwali" into the search bar on the company's homepage will receive a special surprise. The announcement was made via a post from the company's official Twitter account, @GoogleIndia, which said, "Just here to say Diwali searches will deliver a surprise."
The search engine Google has also joined the fun. Google has a "Surprise Diwali" for people in India. The company wants people in India to type "Diwali" into the search box on its website.
How can the diyas that appear on the screen light up using Google? Opening Google search in the browser. Chrome users can also use the address bar.
Step 1: Look for "Diwali" or "Diwali 2022" in the search bar.
Step 2: The results would have been written at the top, and a burning Diya would have been to the side.
Step 3: Choose this wick.
Step 4: Move the pointer across the screen, filling it with shimmering light.
When searching for "Diwali" or "Diwali 2022" on Google's mobile app on both Android and Apple devices, users will get similar results. By clicking on any light in the app (available for iOS and Android), the user's mobile screen will be filled with light that moves with their hand or finger. It looks beautiful on both the laptop and the Home screen.
As the Diya rotates, eight lamps of varying heights and widths appear on the screen. The lamp may be moved with the mouse on a desktop computer or using one's finger on a mobile phone. When all the lamps are lit, they form a dazzling constellation.
The festival is celebrated daily in Indian culture, so there are 365 festivals a year. It is because festivals are a way to bring out a mood of excitement and passion. Hoping all of the Diwali lights this year find their way through the dark recesses and bring the brightest light.
May everything go well.
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