Google launches secret Easter eggs for Indian Hurri festival

Hurri Festival, also known as the Sprinkle Red Festival, is a “festival of color” belonging to India, which symbolizes the victory of good against evil and also heralds the arrival of spring, when Hindus throw colorful paint at each other. Today is the start of the Festival of Sprinkle, which Google has launched in search of new Easter eggs. It’s easy to activate eggs, and best of all, it’s fun.

How do you do that? Just Google to search for the Holi or The Holi Festival. Then, on the right side of the page, you’ll see three courses. Clicking on them will happen something extraordinary: you can now splash the paint in the search results! Just click or tap anywhere on the page and you’ll see the exploding colored marinades, and when you’re done, click or tap the water drop icon at the top to “wash” them.

Google launches secret Easter eggs for Indian Hurri festival

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