Mother's Day 2020: 2nd Sunday of May

Mother’s Day 2020: It is celebrated to salute the motherhood, to increase the influence of mothers in the society, to increase the maternal bonds to children. Mothers are the best gift of nature. It is the time to think about the legacies, aspects of society and challenges that mother faces every day.
Created On: May 10, 2020 02:58 IST
Modified On: May 10, 2020 04:47 IST
Why Mother's Day is celebrated?
Why Mother's Day is celebrated?

Mother's Day in 2020: It is celebrated on the second Sunday of May that is 10 May, 2020. This day is celebrated to honour mothers and motherhood. It represents the maternal bond and mothers influence in society. Mother's Day is celebrated on different dates. In most countries including Australia, India, Canada, South Africa, USA, etc. it is celebrated on the second Sunday of May. But in some Arab countries, it is celebrated in the month of March. In the UK, it is celebrated on the fourth Sunday in Lent, etc.

Mother, being a protector throughout her life loves her children unconditionally. She plays different role like a teacher, best friend and one’s who besides us under all circumstances.

"God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers."

Do you know that Mother's Day is celebrated in the world on different days and forms due to different origins?

Anna Jarvis in 1908 is most often credited with founding Mother's Day and in 1914 President Woodrow Wilson declared second Sunday of May as an official holiday in the United States. Even in ancient Greece, it emerged as a custom of mother worship etc.

Therefore, Mother’s Day is celebrated to salute the motherhood, to increase the influence of mothers in the society, to increase the maternal bonds to children, etc.

Together we should celebrate this day and it is the time to think about the legacies, aspects of society, challenges that mother faces every day etc. Mother's are the only one that plays a key role in building and maintaining connections across generations.

"Because for everything they do, mothers deserve ALL the kind words".

"A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take." by Cardinal Meymillod

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Mother's Day was originated in ancient Greeks and Romans; a festival was honoured in favour of mother goddesses Rhea and Cybele.

People offer honey-cakes, drinks and flowers at dawn. The Romans built a temple for Magna Mater, a mother of all gods or Great Mother. Even in March, every year the Festival of Hilaria is celebrated to honour her.

In the UK and in some parts of Europe, on the fourth Sunday of lent i.e. the 40 days leading up to Easter to celebrate Mother's Day and call it as Mothering Sunday. This day they spent the whole day with their mom's, celebrate with cakes, sweets just like a festival.

In many countries like the UK, China, India, US, Mexico, Denmark, Italy, Finland, Turkey, Australia, Canada, Japan and Belgium celebrates Mother's Day with full enthusiasm and joy of spending time with their special mother's, by giving gifts etc.

This year due to COVID-19 lockdown, Mother's Day will be celebrated with different ideas at home.

Mom’s are the best gift on this planet. This is the day when we can realize the care love, hard work and motivational thoughts for our mothers and understanding her importance. She is a great person in our life and without her, we cannot even imagine living. She is one who makes our life so simple and easy with her caring love.

Mother such a simple and single word which we can't define and whole universe rests in it. She is a person who never wants anything back from children. She only wants to make her children a responsible and good human being. Our mothers are a motivational and guiding force for us who helps us to always go ahead and overcome any problem.

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