Update on Aug 8, 12:55 pm ist
Google has made a special doodle on the 107th birthday of Sarla Thakral, India's first female pilot, today i.e. on August 8. This doodle depicts a woman who is flying an airplane.
Google Doodle On Sarla Thakral: The giant tech company Google has made a special doodle on the 107th birthday of Sarla Thakral, India's first female pilot, today i.e. on August 8. The doodle depicts a woman who is flying an airplane. By clicking on this doodle, users will get all the information related to Sarla Thakral. Let us tell you that Google's doodle has been designed by guest artist Vrinda Jhaveri.
Sarla Thakral was the first woman pilot of India. Sarla Thakral was born in Delhi in the year 1914. Her husband was an airmill pilot. At the age of 21, Sarla Thakral made her debut in a small double wing aircraft. He had flown this plane alone. Since then she has been in the headlines of the news.
License obtained by flying 1000 hours aircraft Sarla Thakral got her license by flying a plane for 1000 hours at the Flying Club in Lahore. During that time she was the first woman to obtain a license to fly an aircraft. After this he started training for commercial pilot, but due to the Second World War, heHad to stop training. After pilot training, Sarla Thakral studied fine arts and painting from the National College of Arts, Lahore. Then she went to Delhi, where she did jewelery designing and clothing.
Let us tell you that Google had earlier made a special doodle on the birthday of India's first female doctor, Kadambini Ganguly. The country's first female doctor Kadambini Ganguly was born on 18 July 1861 in Bhagalpur. Along with becoming a freedom fighter, he got the title of doctor irrespective of the society. She was also made the first co-founder of a women's rights organization.
Kadambini Ganguly graduated in history in 1883 before receiving the title of doctor. He joined the Medical College in Kolkata in 1884 and obtained a medical degree in 1886. After this Kadambini Ganguly went to UK i.e. United Kingdom to study gynecology and came back to India and started private practice.