MOTHER’S DAY 2021 Date, History, Significance, Celebrations in India

Happy Mothers Day for mom

MOTHER’S DAY 2021 Date, History, Significance & Celebrations in India: A mother is the best gift someone can get from God. Mother is the person who loves us, cares for us and also fights for us if needed. A mother deserves all the happiness of the world. So a day is made to give the happiness and honour to the most important person in the world, our mother. Mother’s Day is celebrated all around the world, on the second Sunday of May every year.

Mother’s Day 2021 Date

On 9 May 2021 this year, Mother’s Day will be celebrated in India. Anna Jarvis was the founder of Mother’s Day in 1990’s. Every year mother’s day is celebrated on 2nd Sunday of the month of May.

Happy Mothers Day 2021 wishes
Happy Mothers Day 2021 wishes

History & Origin of Mother’s Day

The idea of Mother’s Day was first recognised by Anna Jarvis’s mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis. In the 19th century, she started a “Mother’s Day Women Clubs” to train the local mothers, how to take care of their children before the Civil War. Then she arranged “Mother’s Friendship Day” for the wounded soldiers of both sides of the Civil War. Its goal was to encourage reunion of the former Union and Federal soldiers with their mothers from both sides.

In the 1800’s there was a women named Julia Ward Howe. She was an activist, abolitionist and a feminist. She wanted 2nd June to be celebrated as “Mother’s Peace Day”. She also wrote a “Mother’s Day Proclamation” for the mothers, to come forward to work for world peace.

After the death of Ann Reeves Jarvis in 1905, Anna Jarvis succeeded in making Mother’s Day official worldwide. In 1905, Anna Jarvis began a campaign for officially honouring all the mothers on a particular day because she lost her own mother that year. When Anna Jarvis organised a public memorial of her mother in her native town Grafton in West Virginia, it was the first large-scaled celebration of her campaign in 1908. After this victory Jarvis struggled to make this holiday recognised in the national calendar for many years. By that time Mother’s Day was celebrated in numerous states around United States.

At last in 1914, a proclamation was signed making Mother’s Day an official holiday in national calendar on the 2nd Sunday of May by the then President Woodrow Wilson. She placed Mother’s Day on the calendar to express love and honour to every mother in the world. She wanted the world to know how much a mother sacrifices for her children in her whole life.

Symbol of Mother’s Day

The symbol of Mother’s Day is white carnations. Anna Jarvis made it the symbol of Mother’s Day because it was her mother’s favourite flower. She distributed 500 white carnations during her first campaign in the remembrance of her mother. It is said that, white carnations are worn by women to honour their mothers who are not alive and pink carnations are worn by women to honour their mothers who are still alive. Carnations are the symbol of love, respect and honour. Red carnations are given to special lady who reminds them of the love and affection of mother.

COMMERCIALISATION CONTORVERSY

After the first few years when Mother’s Day was recognised in the national calendar, people like florists, card makers and candy makers start to make extra money out of this day. Anna Jarvis was not happy with their idea because her point was to truly expressing your feeling for your mother. So she tried to fight against these wrong businesses and stop them making extra money out of this day in 1920.

Later she also tried to remove this day from the national calendar. She spent a lot of her money taking legal actions against these wrong businesses for using Mother’s day for their own wealth. But after that every year a survey is done to see how much people spend on Mother’s Day by the National Retail Federation.

Significance of Mother’s Day

Significance of Mother’s Day is to give respect, honour and love to your mother because she deserves all the happiness of the world. A mother is the one who sacrifices everything for their children. So every child celebrates this day with their mother. On this day mothers are appreciated of whatever efforts they have given to make their children, a noble person. Historically also Mother’s Day was celebrated by the Romans, Greeks and Indians by idolising Goddesses like Cybelle, Rhea and Durga. By the changing time the way of celebrating Mother’s Day have also changed but it is celebrated with same excitement as before.

How to celebrate Mother’s Day 2021 in India?

Mother’s Day must be celebrated in unique way. On Mother’s Day every child should write a letter to his or her mother expressing your feelings about her or if someone cannot meet their mother in person they make a call especially to talk to her. On this day children can make brunch or cupcakes for their mother to make her feel special and adored. Children make cute handmade cards for their mothers. Christians used to take their mothers to churches on Mother’s Day, earlier.

Happy Mothers Day to mom
Happy Mothers Day to mom

Children can make their day by helping them in household chores, taking them to a walk or a picnic, baking a cake for them, or watch a movie with them. Small actions can also make your mother feel honoured and respected. Make efforts to pamper your mother for the days she have pampered you. Earlier a queen of Martin Luther King Jr., Coretta Scott King used to celebrate Mother’s Day by organising March ceremony for the poor women and children.

Mother’s Day is the day for the bond of love between a mother and her child. Everyone celebrate this day with their mothers to give her the love and affection which she needs. Seize the day with your mother to the fullest. We should make our mothers feel special every day, so that she never waits for the need of love and affection for her lifetime. God made mothers because he cannot be everywhere. Mothers are one of the beautiful things on earth. So be with your mother and never make her feel unhappy and never leave her because she will never leave you.

Mother’s Day 2021 celebrations in India

Make your Mother’s Day 2021 special by sharing Beautiful Happy Mother’s Day 2021 Quotes with Images for all Moms from Daughter & Son. Also, few son & daughters wish happy Mother’s Day to mom in a very special way, so you should also make your mom feel special by some lines on mother’s day. We should also use this day to Wish Happy Mother’s Day 2021 to new moms & Stepmoms.

Happy Mothers Day for all mothers
Happy Mothers Day for all mothers

Happy Mother’s Day 2021 Wishes

Love of a mother’s is the most beautiful thing in the world & very few are lucky enough to enjoy it for long time. For many of us, We also should wish a mom who is far away & virtually we can wish Happy Mother’s day using greeting cards, Images & WhatsApp Status. Mother-Daughter love or Mother-son love always doesn’t need blood line, many of us have that special person we wish happy Mother’s Day who is like a mother to us.

Happy Mothers Day for mom
Happy Mothers Day for mom
  • “Now that I’m grown, I realize I don’t just feel gratitude for you—but admiration. I’d want to pattern my life after yours even if you weren’t my mother.”
  • “Raising me took a lot of patience. Thanks for hanging in there with me.”
  • “To Mom, with love, from your favorite child.”
  • “Mom, I was lucky enough to inherit your eyes and your sense of humor. I keep hoping I’ll get your lie-detector capabilities, too!”
Happy Mothers Day from Daughter
Happy Mothers Day from Daughter
  • “With love from the luckiest [son/daughter/child/kid] in the world.”
  • “Sorry if I drove you crazy sometimes. I only did it because I love you!”
  • “To my mom, my friend, my angel.”
  • “Happy Mother’s Day, Mom. Every day, I thank heaven you’re mine.”

Life is not all sweet for everyone of us, many of us have to go through pain of loss of our mother. We should try finding our solace in mother’s day quotes images for mom in heaven. We hope that you got some idea on how to wish someone a Happy Mother’s Day. Finally, Happy Wishes for Mother’s Day 2021 from our team.

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