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Mother’s Day is a special day to celebrate the best relationship of mother and her children by expressing the love and lots of celebrations. The day is dedicated to all mothers and specific for expressing the gratitude’s for whatever they did towards the upbringings of their children. All around the world, the day is celebrated with lots of excitement and rejoices. It is widely celebrated in India, UK, US, Australia and Canada on the second Sunday of the May every year.

Time to Celebrate:

Mother’s Day is held on the second Sunday of the month May every year.


The initiative of celebrating the Mother’s Day is goes back in the history when there is an era of ancient Greek and Romans and there is not any exact date and time of the day apart from the local historical observations. However the way in which the day is celebrated now days is the recent phenomenon which upgraded as per the times. Juila
Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis are believed to be the founder of the tradition, whose hard work and practices made the world known about the significance of women empowerment.  Today the festival of Mothers day is celebrated across 46 countries despite of their different dates but its gaining huge reputation and public affairs.
Millions of people across the globe take the day as an opportunity to honor their mothers, thank them for their efforts in giving them life, raising them and being their constant support and well wisher.
Options of celebrating the Mother’s Day may be differ according to the region’s variations and traditions but the ultimate purpose is always remain constant is to honor their mother in their best way.


14 May
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