Celebrating Independence Day at Innofied


As you all know we are about to step into the 69th year of Indian Independence. Every year we pay tribute to the countless freedom fighters who laid down their lives. We also cherish our country’s diverse cultural heritage and it’s ever binding unity.

This year we decided to host an ethnic day along with a Rangoli contest to have fun and connect with each other. Everyone arrived in traditional and colorful Indian outfits. Names were shuffled and members of the Innofied team were divided into groups of 4 (or 5) and their creativity challenged. As always our teams delivered with excellent themes displaying their patriotism and creativity. From water colored paintings and traditional rangoli to intricately detailed designs based on powdered paint and flower petals, it was a display of creative strength and team work. The judges panel were so confused that they couldn’t even decide as to whom they crown winner. Keep a watch on this post for more updates once the winner is announced.

For now we wish all our clients, readers, followers and the whole Innofied team a very happy and joyous Independence Day. May we all cherish our freedom and be independent in what we do. JAI HIND!


Lord Ganesha sitting atop a beautiful color wheel


The Indian flag illustrated as a blooming flower


The Goddess Durga in a dash of colors


The Dragon breathes fire!


Mother India celebrating her 69th year of Independence


A tribute to the legacy, who was our ex-President and Nuclear Science Pioneer, late Mr. APJ Abdul Kalam


An intricate and enchanting design made of flowers and leaves


One of the most highly detailed work of the day, Lord Ganesha guards the world with his almighty powers.


We were wowed by this beautiful representation of our National Bird!

Swarnendu De

Swarnendu is the Co-founder and Lead architect at Innofied. For the last seven years, he has been working with numerous JavaScript technologies including Backbone.js, Node.js, ExtJS, Sencha, and so on, and has developed more than 50 complex JavaScript-based applications thus far. He is the author of the book Backbone.js Patterns and Best Practices. Swarnendu regularly writes at his personal blog, Innofied Blog, the Tuts+ network, and provides support and assistance for JavaScript, Sencha and much more around the web. You can reach him through his website at or via Twitter at @swarnendude