From the Google Calendar Help document on the web, it is stated that::
Is Google Calendar for mobile devices in sync with Google Calendar?
Answer: Yes. Changes made in Google Calendar when accessed from your computer will be reflected in Google Calendar for mobile. For example, if you create a new event in your computer's browser, the event will automatically appear in Google Calendar the next time that you log in from your mobile device.
I have tried this, i created a task in the Google calendar on the web and synced it back to my local default calendar app(as i am connected to the Google account in my mobile, my sync is working fine).But my question is if i create a task in my Local calendar application. Can that appear on the Google Calendar on web. Here i am talking about a sync from Mobile to Web. I dont want to use the Google calendar Data API and achieve it(then it would be a different scenario. I may not even need a default calendar application. I can write a simple application which can push the data onto the Google Calendar on web. Well thats a different story or question…).
The reason i am asking this question is, I found a post related to the Google private Calendar API.
Please don't miss the Introduction.
So i suppose it is possible for a reverse sync but i don't know how.
Any help will be appreciated.