Mother's Day

09 May 2021


Delhi, Delhi

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A smile on her face can light up our lives. Don't you think it is true? The occasion of Mother’s Day commemorates the pure bond of eternal love between a mother and her child. Celebrated with great zeal all across the world, it is a day when all the family members, especially children, show their respect and love to their mother by doing something special for her. 

It can be anything from taking her to lunch, dinner or gifting her something special - a souvenir, to remembering and cherish her for life. Because a mother is someone who does more than anyone can do for her children in the entire world and this is the chance when the kids get to reciprocate to their unconditional love. Mother’s Day 2021 will be observed on May 09 across the world. 

History of Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day in USA. Mother’s Day was initially celebrated in the 1900s when a woman named Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her beloved mother Ann Maria Reeves Jarvis in West Virginia, USA. She even started a campaign to commemorate this day as a public holiday in honour of her mother who had died as a peace activist amid the testing times of the American Civil War. For this, various Mother’s Day Clubs were created too and then, eventually, due to her efforts, finally, the first Mother’s Day holiday was celebrated on May 9, 1914.

Mother’s Day in France. In France as well, the history of Mother’s Day dates back to the 19th century. This was a time when the low birth rate and the declining population of the whole country had become a cause of great concern for the government. In these catastrophic times, the idea to celebrate Mothers, somewhat as a symbol of affection, love and, above all, hope was materialized. In 1904, mothers were added to the Paternal Union and in 1908, la Ligue Populaire des Pères et Mères de Familles Nombreuses was created with the objective to honour both parents equally. 

But in 1918, Lyon, a city in France was the first to propose a special day solely meant for honouring and respecting mothers. And then, eventually, the French Government declared it as an official holiday. 

Major Attractions of Mother’s Day Celebrations

People celebrate Mother’s Day in different ways to do something special for the lady in their lives. This is how you can celebrate the day and make it memorable for perhaps the only person, who understands you fully.

1. Give Your Mom Flowers. Fresh flowers will brighten up her mood and you might just get to see a beautiful smile on her face. 

2. Breakfast in Bed. Prepare what she likes most and serve her that as breakfast in bed. Let her know that her presence matters to you the most in life. 

3. Surprise Party. What better can be done than throwing a surprise party for your best wingman or should we say wingwoman in life. Consider inviting her close friends and relatives. 

4. Spend a Day Together. Spend a day with her and make her feel like a queen. Do everything from cleaning to cooking for her. Apart from chatting, you can play games or even watch feel-good movies.

How to Reach

Mother’s Day is celebrated all across India with great zeal. Every state and city in India observe this day in the honour of mothers. Being the capital of the nation, the celebrations of this festival are observed with great zeal in Delhi too. Delhi is located at an approximate distance of 1400, 2,100, 1,586, 1,532 km from Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata respectively. Here is how you can reach here.

By Air. If you are planning to travel by air, then deboard at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. From the airport, you can easily take a cab, auto, bus or metro to further travel to your respective destination.

By Train. Depending on the location you want to go to Delhi, you can consider deboarding at New Delhi Railway Station, Nizamuddin Station or Old Delhi Station. All of these have good connectivity with other Indian cities. From the station, you can easily take a cab or some means of transportation like auto, bus or metro to reach where you want to.

By Road. Delhi is very well connected with other Indian cities by road networks. To travel here you can hire a bus, a cab or can also travel in your own car, as per your convenience.

You can plan your trip and create your own route to the city with Adotrip’s technically driven circuit planner. Click here

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