Specifically iconic Mothers love is bliss

Posted by The Open Page | 12th May 2018

Specifically iconic -Mother’s love is bliss
What is mother? When is someone called mother? One word is it really just a substitute for women who have given birth? Is it actually a status? Or a job?
Mother loves, nurtures, protects, educates, guides, comforts, nurtures, supports, embraces, cherishes, encourages, etc. Its love shapes cultures and individuals. Nothing can stop a mother from showing her heart out for her child, not the religion, not the colour and not even the gender! 
Mother's Day is recognised, on 13th of May, every year on second Sunday of May month, the time to honour and cherish the special bond of love that the child and the mother share. A mother does so much for the children, the least one the child can do is acknowledge her hard work and her selfless love.
Why Mother’s Day is Celebrated (History of Mother’s Day in India)
Mother’s Day celebration was first started in the ancient era by the Greek and Romans. However, its celebration was also noticed in the UK as a Mothering Sunday. The celebration of mother’s day has been modernized everywhere. It is celebrated in modern ways and not in years old ways. It is being celebrated in almost 46 countries of the world on different dates. It is a big event for everyone when they get chance and opportunity to honour their mothers. We should say thanks to the history which was the reason of origin of mother’s day.
Earlier, the ancient people of Greek were highly dedicated to their maternal goddesses on the special occasion of annual spring festival. According to the Greek mythology, they were celebrating this occasion in order to honour the Rhea (means the wife of Cronus as well as mother of many deities).
Ancient Roman people were also celebrating a spring festival named as Hilaria which was dedicated to the Cybele (means a mother goddess). At that time, devotees were used of making offerings in front of the mother Goddess Cybele in the temple. The whole celebration was organized for three days long with lot of activities like variety of games, parades and masquerades.
Mother’s day is also celebrated by the Christians on fourth Sunday in order to respect the Virgin Mary (means the Mother of Christ). Another history of Mothers Day celebration is in England around 1600s. Christians worship the Virgin Mary, offer some gifts and flowers and pay tribute to her.
How Mother’s Day is Celebrated
Mother’s Day is a very special day of the year for everyone. People who care and love their mothers celebrate this special occasion in many ways. It is an only day of the year which has been dedicated to all the mothers in this world. People in various countries celebrate this event on different dates and days according to the country
. India is a country of great culture and tradition where people give first place and priority to their mother. So, mother’s day celebration here is of great importance for us. She is a great person, without which we cannot imagine a simple life. She is one who makes the life so simple and easy with her caring love.
It is the time to rejoice and give respect to the mother by understanding her importance. A mother is like a Goddess who never wants anything back from children. She only wants to make her children a responsible and good human being. Mothers are motivational and guiding force , which helps  always  to go ahead and overcome any problem.
A grand celebration on the mother’s day is organized in the schools by the teachers to celebrate it in front of the kids to make them aware about the event and know the importance of mother. Mothers of the small students are especially invited in the schools to be a part of the celebration. At this day, each student tells something about their mother through poem recitation, essay writing, speech narration, dancing, singing, conversation, etc. Mothers are also initiated by the teachers to show something to their kids in the classrooms. They generally sing songs or dance to entertain the kids. Mothers are also brings some lovely dishes in the school and distribute equally to all students of the class at the end of celebration. Kids also give their moms a handmade greeting cards or other thing as a gift. Kids go to restaurants, malls, parks, etc places with their parents to enjoy in different ways.
Mother’s day is a holiday in some countries in order to give full opportunity to kids to enjoy with family and have lots of fun. It is a wonderful day for mothers to keep them away from all the household works and responsibilities. Make sure that you don’t forget to make her special !!!!!

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