Holi, the antiquated Hindu “festival of colors”, is a colossally well-known occasion in India that implies the triumph of good over evil and heralds the appearance of spring. It’s when Hindus throw beautiful paint at one another. This year, Google is denoting the event with a magnificent easter egg that lets you throw color at Search results.
Essentially search for “holi” or “holi festival” in Google Search on your desktop or cell phone and afterward click/tap the three bowls of color powder in the Holi data card to activate this easter egg.
This at that point enables you to click or tap anyplace on the search results page to sprinkle colors on it. When you’ve had enough and want to tap on results, you can tap the water drop icon to come back to the way things were. This icon can be found at the top of your page on desktop and the bottom when using your cell phone.
This isn’t the only Easter egg Google has at its sleeve, as we previously announced that it’s working on a secret minigame for the Play Store. The minigame has a comparative visual style to Google’s dinosaur minigame in Chrome.
If you want to begin once again or continue ahead with searching, there’s a water drop icon that you can tap to wash your screen away with wonderful animation.
Google in past years has observed Holi with Duo video effects and another version of this easter egg where clients could make their colorful version of the organization logo.