Google Doodle joins Pakistanis to celebrate diamond jubilee



Google on Sunday joined Pakistanis to celebrate the country’s 75th Independence Day by featuring major Frere Hall’s portrait.

“ Moment’s Doodle celebrates the 75th Independence Day in Pakistan! On this day in 1947, Pakistan gained independence and came a autonomous nation. This public vacation also commemorates the deeds and patrimonies of Pakistan’s authors, ” the tech mammoth said in a communication.

The statement further said, “ moment’s artwork features Frere Hall in Karachi, which was erected to serve as a city hall in 1865. The major structure is now a popular sightseer destination that houses Karachi’s largest library, the Liaquat National Library, with a collection of further than, 70,000 books and calligraphies. ”

In 1980, notorious Pakistani artist Sadequain was chosen to embellish the hall’s ceilings.
“ Happy Independence Day, Jashn-e-Azadi, Pakistan!, ” read Google’s communication.

The Independence Day fests started with a 31- gun salutation in Islamabad, followed by flag- raising observances at presidential and congress structures.

Numerous speeches on public progress are made by political leaders and televised live to the public. fests similar as processions, firework displays, nationalistic musicales and award observances are also held across the country.

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