Today’s Google doodle shows us three women in a Renaissance painting. From the clothes the women use, our mind will immediately engage to India. Indeed, this doodle is inspired from the Group of Three Girls which was painted by Amrita Sher-Gil. Amrita Sher-Gil was an India painters with an Indian father and Hungarian mother. This family background make her also known as India’s Frida Kahlo. She painted since five years old, but officially learned painting since she was eight in Shimla, India. She had an opportunity to study about sculpture in Santa Annunziata, the art school in Florence (Italy), but it did not last too long. She back to India just in the same year. Then, in sixteen, she sailed to France with her mother to train as a painter. From here, her opportunity was widely open. She started her training in Grand Chaumiere first, then continued to Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Her talent was sharpen and her career was culminating. At the top, she was chosen as an Associate of the Grand Salon in Paris (1933), through her work: Young Girls. She was the youngest member ever and the only Asian who have received this honor. She was died in 1941, her death’s cause is still mystery, but her works of art can still be enjoyed at various prestigious places: National Art Treasures (India), National Gallery of Modern Arts (New Delhi, India), and also Google Cultural Institute.