Tis the Season for Christmas Celebrations: Google Doodle Joins Festivities


Finally! The first day of Christmas celebration is here i.e. 23 December. Apparently, 23 December is considered to be the starting day of Christmas celebration and New Year holidays.

It seems like the bug of festivities has been Google doodle too. And that is the reason why Google Doodle is kickass celebrating the start of Christmas with the very popular Christmas carol song.
We know the Christmas is just 2 more days away. And the hums of the festive songs are already coming from all the way. The giant Google search engine has a very innovative way to celebrate Christmas in a whole new adorable way with an adorable Google Doodle that shows the letters G, O, O, G, L and E singing ‘Tis the season Christmas carol song. On the first day of unofficial celebration (23rd December )  what would be a better start than signing the melodious and joyful Christmas carols!

Google doodle is paying tribute to the traditional grand annual music Christmas carols which are a quintessential part of the celebrations around the year end. Santa Claus, gifts and Christmas carols are an integral part of the festival. And this time Google doodle has managed to keep it official yet touchy and festival oriented to give Christmas a more defined way.
You’ll be glad to know that ‘Tis the season is a line from the popular carol Deck the halls, and is also an album of Christmas songs by famous composers Olivia Newton-John and Vince Gill.

And other carols which have been all time favourite of the people are Feliz Navidad, Rudolph the Rednose Reindeer, Jingle Bells, Silent Night, Go rest you, merry gentlemen, Joy to the world, Long time ago in Bethlehem, well the list is endless.

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