Every year, the Mother’s Day is celebrated to honour and recognise
the love of all the mothers.
This is a special day to show appreciation towards mothers and mothers around the world.
It is an annual event but is held at different dates in the calendar, depending on the country.
Different countries celebrate Mother’s
Day on different dates.
People of Unithe Kingdom (UK) celebrate the Mother’s Day on the fourth Sunday of March. (27 March)
UK citizens celebrate the day by commemorating the memory of Mother Church on Christian Mothering Sunday.
In Greece, it is marked on February 2, linking the day with Eastern Orthodox celebration of the presentation of Jesus Christ at the temple.
The Mother’s Day officially came into existence after former US President Woodrow Wilson signed a ........
proclamation in 1914, declaring the second Sunday in the month of May as a national holiday.
In India, Mother’s Day is observed on the second Sunday of May every year.
This year, we will mark the celebrations for Mother’s Day on May 8.