‘Navroz Mubarak’ says Google with beautiful doodle
Parsis are a very small community. Their population may be just around a million in the whole world. Though if you hear the names of Tatas you may tend to believe that they must be a huge community. But that is not true.
Most often the Parsi new year used to pass without other people even realizing that this was Navroz. But Google seems to have this uncanny ability to rouse us from slumber. And it has done this again.
When people got up in the morning and opened Google, the home page of the search giant, they were greeted with roses of different hues and a welcome note.
The search giant had actually posted a colourful spring inspired doodle on its search page. It is needless to say that the doodle has become one of the most shared and talked about topic across the world. Navroz marks the start of of spring season in Persian calendar. It is a holy day for Zoroastrians. In Indian subcontinent the festival is celebrated by Parsis, Kashmiris and Shia Muslims.