Happy Mother's Day
“A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.”
There is one relationship in this mortal life which effortlessly scores above all other known relationships on this Earth. And this extraordinary relationship is none other than that of the mother, which is truly priceless in terms of her countless love, dedication, and devotion towards her family. To acknowledge the presence of all mothers around the globe, Mother's Day is celebrated across more than 46 countries of the world. This is truly a special day for the mothers who are mostly underestimated in this male-dominated society. Let us throw some light into the occasion with the help of various detailed information in the form of origin and the reason for celebration.
The present-day celebration of Mother's Day began in the year 1908 when Anna Jarvis, a peace activist organized a memorial for her mother. She wanted to honour all the mothers of the world who have done a lot for their family and society. Due to her continuous efforts, most of the US states by 1911 started celebrating Mother's Day as a local holiday.
Mother's Day is an occasion which is celebrated in various parts of the world to express respect, honour, and love towards mothers. The day is an event to honour the contribution of mothers, acknowledge the efforts of maternal bonds and the role of mothers in our society. Although, different countries celebrate the occasion on different dates, the common months of the celebrations are March or May.
To show the love and respect to their mothers, the young, enthusiastic and adorable Gajerians of Pre Primary department celebrated this most special day with lots of fun activities during the summer camp. A special assembly was dedicated to the lovely moms. The moms as well as the students had a splendid time together by making, cutting and enjoying the cake. It was a pleasure watching the super excited moms with their dynamic and energetic children during photo frame making activity. The photo frame is a token of love made by their kids which filled the air with heart-warming feelings of love, gratitude and appreciation.