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Flowers – A special gift for Mothers day
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The day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year. Throughout the world, all cultures respect motherhood and the feelings associated with it. To commemorate this special day usually people give gifts to their mothers. The most popular gifts that people choose to give their mothers are flowers, cakes, chocolates, sweets, soft toys, dry fruits, fresh fruits etc.

Origin of Mothers day

In ancient Rome and Greece people used to worship Mother Goddesses which can be thought of as the earliest record of Mothers day celebration. Catholic Christians located in England and elsewhere used to worship Virgin Mary on a special day called Mothering Sunday. Mothers Day as we know today is celebrated on the second Sunday of May and was started by Anna Jarvis in the USA. According to the story, Anna Jarvis’ mother always expressed her desire to a special day on which people can honour all the contributions of mothers. Soon after her death, her daughter Anna Jarvis who, discover the never ending beauty of flowers, herself was childless, campaigned for it along with many others who supported her cause and finally the Government gave in and dedicated a special day to honor all mothers in 1914.

Flowers associated with Mothers day

There is also an interesting story about the flowers to be given to mothers day. It is said that Anna Jarvis sent 500 carnations to a church in West Virginia in memory of her mother after her death as her mother loved carnations, which are one amongst the most beautiful flowers. Gardeners and Florists started popularising the idea that carnations should be gifted on mothers day. Anna Jarvis was deeply hurt by the commercialization of her mother’s favorite flower.  She also tried to convince people against using carnations. But she could not stop the practice. Carnations have eventually emerged as the emblem for mothers day.

Red and other colored carnations are the preferred flowers for gifting mothers. White colored Carnations are generally used on grave sites to honor deceased mothers in the USA. Greeting card and flower sales are generally high during the days leading to mother’s day in many countries. Flowers and spring season are generally considered as the symbols of fertility and life. This is another reason why flowers are the preferred gift choice for mothers day.

The Internet has made all things easier and simpler. This also applies to shopping. While previously one could only give their mothers flowers in person, now it is possible to send flowers to mothers living anywhere in the world. Thanks to the e-commerce sites like indiaflowermall.com which allow people to choose from a wide variety of flowers. One can choose their favorite bouquet from the ones available in the catalog and get it hand delivered to their mothers.

Along with mother’s Day flowers, one can also choose to send magnificent gifts like cakes, chocolates, soft toys, sweets, fruits etc. Some people also like to think out of the box and give handmade greeting cards, jewelry, clothes, perfumes, holiday vouchers etc. as gifts in order to bring a smile on their mother's faces.

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