History of Mother's Day , a day of showing love and respect for all Mothers

There is a relationship in this life that is effortlessly above all other relationships on this earth. feeling confused? Don't scratch your head too much because the extraordinary relationship is none other than the mother, who is truly precious in terms of her countless love, dedication and dedication to her family. To acknowledge the presence of all mothers around the world , Mother's Day is celebrated in more than 46 countries of the world. It is indeed a special day for those mothers who live mostly in this male dominated society.

Why mother's day celebrated

The current celebration of Mother's Day began in the year 1908 when Ana Jarvis organized a memorial for her mother, Ann Jarvis, a peace activist who cared for the wounded soldiers of the American Civil War. St. Andrew of Grafton, West Virginia Was held in the Methodist Church, which is currently the International Mother's Day Shrine.Ana Jarvis began receiving support to celebrate Mother's Day in the United States in 1905, when her mother passed away the same year. She wanted to honor all the mothers of the world who have done so much for their families and society. 

Due to their continued efforts, by 1911 most states in America began celebrating Mother's Day as a local holiday and West Virginia's home state became the first state to declare a holiday for the occasion in the year 1910. In fact. , On the second Sunday of May, officially on Mother's Day in the United States.Named as a national holiday and after Woodrow Wilson, the 28th President of the United States signed the proclamation in the year 1914.

In this way, the current Mother's Day came into existence in the United States and the same date has also been chosen by countries like India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Italy, Singapore, Belgium, and many other countries.

Mother's Day is an occasion celebrated in various parts of the world to express respect and love for mothers. This day is a program to honor the contribution of mothers, acknowledging the efforts of maternal bonds and the role of mothers in our society. It is a day that makes people remember the importance of mothers and their importance in their lives. Is and is observed as a day with special emphasis on maternal data worldwide.