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Google depicts "Cactus Father" as tribute on Father's Day

New Delhi, June 18:-- A father is an indispensable part of a son or daughter's life, a part which nourishes and enriches the persona while preparing him or her to face the challenges of the world.


While the world is celebrating Father's Day on Sunday, popular search engine Google came up with the idea of depicting a "Cactus Father" doodle on its home page.


The Doodle depicts all shades of a father's role. Google shows the father maintaining strictness as well as kindness with the child.




The bond has been showcased in six illustration where the father is showering loving and nurturing his child during different stages of growth.


Instances of life like father combing the child’s hair, playing with them,  feeding them and being with them happily are portrayed in the animated doodle as a tribute to world Fathers.


Father's Day is a celebration of honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society.

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