Shloka Mukherjee's doodle in keeping with the theme of the challenge - "In the next 25 years, my India will be  will be shown on the web crawler during the day.

Shlok Mukherjee's doodle - titled 'India on the Middle Stage' - communicates his expectations for India's logical progress to pick up additional momentum before long. (Google)

Tech-monster Google hailed 'Youngsters Day' celebration for India as it announced the winners of the Doodle for Google contest.

Shloka Mukherjee from West Bengal topped the challenge, which had 115,000 routes from over 100 Indian urban communities for children in classes 1-10.

Shlok's doodle - titled 'India on the Middle Stage' - conveys his hopes for India's logical progress to pick up the extra momentum before too long.

We were particularly pleased that innovation and manageability stand out as common themes in a large number of Doodles," Google said in a public statement.

A doodle depicting the theme of the challenge - "In the next 25 years, my India will be. will be shown on the web search tool during the day.

A student of a Delhi state-funded school in Newtown, Kolkata, he is understandable to his doodles,

Over the next 25 years, researchers in my India will create our own environment-adjusting robot for the betterment of mankind. India will have the standard intergalactic go from Earth.

for space. India will give more boost in the field of Yoga and Ayurveda, and before long more will get off the ground.