Google on Sunday memorized the life and profession of Dr. Kadambini Ganguly, the first woman in India to receive medical training. Ganguly was also the first woman to be admitted to Calcutta Medical College, graduating in 1886.
Today’s Google doodle, drawn by guest artist Oddrija in Bangalore, marks the 160th anniversary of Ganguly’s birth and illustrates her exemplary work of promoting Indian women across the nation. She worked through medical services and activism in the feminist movement in India. Ganguly was also one of six women in the first all-female delegation to the Indian National Congress in 1889.
In regards to her education, Ganguly did not stop her medical degree in Calcutta and continued to study for another three gynecology doctorate certificates, something unusual for women of that time. In the 1890s, he returned to India to open his own private clinic.
A life based on the traditional television series of “Protha Kadambini” in 2020 has made him active from his inheritance when he tells him the story of his theft to a new generation.
Google Honoal Doodle comes when the world becomes a coronavirus pandemic in a year. The important role played by the doctor, health professionals were no more essential for society. At that time, advertising to medical infrastructure in India and other people contributed to their invincible spirit to help many people inspire many people.
It also signifies the purpose of making my own work executed by our worker at the forefront through the pandemic flow.