Today's Google Doodle's creativity dedicated itself to the third phase of India's Lok Sabha election. The election is spread over seven phases in total and the first two phases of voting were held on April 11th and April 18th. Today, 23rd April marks the largest phase of the Lok Sabha election, which will see polling in 117 seats across 13 states along with two Union states.

The Google Doodle, like on the first two phases of the Lok Sabha election, is marked by a closed fist with the index finger held up. The nail has a black mark which indicates that a vote has been cast. The doodle leads to instructions on how to vote.
The third phase of the national election will see all of Gujarat and Kerala voting. It will decide the fate of the seats being contested by heavyweights like BJP chief Amit Shah and Congress president Rahul Gandhi. Amit Shah is contesting from Gujarat's Gandhinagar and Rahul Gandhi is fighting from Kerala's Wayanad as his second seat, after his home constituency Amethi.
The last of the seven phases of the Lok Sabha election will be held on May 19, with the counting scheduled for May 23.