The present Doodle, represented by Xalapa, Mexico-based visitor craftsman Ina Hristova, observes Mexico’s Independence Day. On this day in 1810, Mexico’s long term battle for autonomy from Spanish guideline started, and the nation’s sway was authoritatively perceived by Spain on August 24, 1821.
Portrayed in the present Doodle is a brilliant and varied assortment of pictures that speak to customary Independence Day celebrations. These representations honor a notorious Mexican society weaving style created during the 1960s by the Indigenous Otomí individuals of Tenango de Doria in focal Mexico. The state of the Doodle craftsmanship is propelled by the focal Mexican society figures called “Árboles de la Vida” (“Trees of Life”).
iFeliz Día de la Independencia, México!