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Mother’s Day 2023, A Tribute To All Mothers

Mother’s Day 2023

Mother’s Day is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May. Although we must respect our mother throughout the year, Mother’s Day is marked to honor her influence on the family.  Mother’s Day 2023 falls on Sunday, May 14th, and is a day to celebrate the incredible role that mothers play in the lives of their children and families. A mother makes a lot of sacrifices in life to keep her children safe. Mother’s Day is a way to tell your mother how much she means to you. A woman plays many roles in her life starting from a doting daughter loved and pampered by her parents and a caring sister to her siblings. Then later on from a career-oriented hardworking professional to a loving and devotional wife. But out of all a woman’s roles, one is the most divine, the selfless and lifelong role of a caring and loving Mother.

Mother’s Day 2023: History

Mother’s Day is a special day set aside to appreciate mothers across the world. Modern Mother’s Day began in the United States and was initiated by Anna Jarvis in the early 20th century after her mother died. She wanted to honor her mother by continuing to work on public health issues. She believed a mother is “the person who has done more for you than anyone in the world”. Thus, after her efforts of declaring Mother’s Day a holiday, the US declared the same by 1911. We salute all the mothers for their hard work and contribution throughout their life.
Mothers are often referred to as the backbone of the family. They are the ones who work tirelessly to make sure that their children are well taken care of, fed, clothed, and loved. Mothers are also the ones who offer emotional support and are always there to listen when their children need someone to talk to. The role of a mother is not an easy one, but it is one that is filled with immense joy and fulfillment.
We salute all the adoring Mothers of this world and on this Mother’s Day, we pay a small tribute to some of the great mothers, who were not only dedicated parents but also an inspiration to everyone.

Mother Teresa

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Mother Teresa was a Roman Catholic nun who devoted her life to serving the poor around the world. She spent many years in Calcutta, India where she founded the Missionaries of Charity, a religious congregation devoted to helping those in great need. She was a loving, helpful, and caring mother to everyone. She nursed for the sick, cared for the poor, and everyone was equal before her eyes just as every child is equal to a mother. Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and became a symbol of charitable, selfless work. In 2016, Mother Teresa was canonized by the Roman Catholic Church as Saint Teresa.

Indira Gandhi

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Indira Gandhi was the only child of Kamala Kaul and Jawaharlal Nehru. She was an Indian politician and central figure of the Indian National Congress party and to date the only female Prime Minister of India. Her son, Rajiv, a professional airline pilot with little interest in politics before the death of his brother, became Prime Minister in 1984 amidst riots after her assassination.

Rani Laxmi Bai

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Rani Lakshmi Bai was one of the leading warriors of India’s first struggle for independence. A symbol of bravery, patriotism, and honor. In March 1858, when the British attacked Jhansi, Rani Lakshmi Bai’s army decided to fight and the war continued for about two weeks.  The army fought very bravely, even though Jhansi lost to the British forces. After a fierce war when the British army entered Jhansi, Rani Lakshmi Bai, tied her son Damodar Rao to her back, and fought bravely using two swords in both her hands. She escaped to the fortress of Kalpi under the cover of darkness and was accompanied by many other rebellions. On the unfortunate day of 17 June of 1858, this great warrior martyred her life for India’s freedom.

Sushmita Sen

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Sushmita Sen was the winner of the Miss Universe pageant of 1994. She was the first Indian to win the crown. She adopted her first daughter when she was a mere 22 years old, single, and successful. Now a doting mother to two beautiful girls, Sushmita Sen inspires every mother. Blood relation or not, a mother is always a mother.

Marie Curie 

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Although scientist Marie Curie is best known for being the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, she also raised her two young daughters alone after her husband died in an accident in 1906. One of their daughters, Irène Joliot-Curie, went on to co-win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with her husband for their work with radioactivity.

JK Rowling

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J K Rowling, the creator of the Harry Potter novels– the author whose book series has been translated into approximately 73 languages, and sold millions of copies is an inspirational mother. Being a single parent and in she was not in a so well-off state, she worked hard to achieve her dream and took care of her children. She faced many rejections from many publishers but didn’t let it stop her. J.K. Rowling went from being a jobless single mother living off unemployment benefits to one of the bestselling authors of all time. But it didn’t happen overnight. She faced rejection and constantly strived for success. She worked hard at her craft before anyone noticed her. That practice, along with strengthening herself against rejection, was what made her work unforgettable.

Mary Kom

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A sportswoman who has made India proud with her glorious achievements, Mary Kom is a boxer—the only Indian woman boxer who managed to qualify for the 2012 Summer Olympics where she also won a Bronze Medal. A doting mother to three sons, Mary Kom showed the world that motherhood is not an excuse to give up your dreams. Not only did she achieve the same old fitness level, but she also went on to win an Olympic Medal for India in boxing after giving birth to twins.

How can you celebrate Mother’s Day?

Mother’s Day 2023 is a time to celebrate all mothers and thank them for their selflessness and devotion. It is a time to let them know that they are appreciated and loved. Whether it’s a simple card, a bouquet of flowers, or a heartfelt gift, anything that recognizes the hard work and dedication of a mother is sure to be appreciated.

A mother is the only person who works for us day & night.  What can you do for your mother at home? Here are the ways to make her feel special this Mother’s Day. You can also give your mom personalized gifts for mother or create a special breakfast for her, these are the best ways to celebrate Mother’s Day this year.

  1. Cook her something: Make her favorite meal and give her some rest from household chores.
  2. Bake her a cake on the occasion of Mother’s Day.
  3. Spend all day with her discussing things or watching a movie etc
  4. You can also give her a spa at home
  5. Revisit memories by going through the old photographs
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Which day is International Mothers Day?

Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year and this year the special day which is dedicated to all women around the world for their sacrifices.

Who founded Mothers Day in India?

Anna Jarvis, who had no children of her own, conceived of Mother's Day as an occasion for honoring the sacrifices individual mothers made for their children.

Does mother's day change every year in India?

In India, Mother's Day is observed on the second Sunday of May every year.

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