Google Doodle celebrates special day for moms with adorable gifs

GOOGLE DOODLE TODAY: Google is celebrating Mother’s Day with a special Doodle Gif with four slides. The doodle shows four illustrations of a child and his mother’s hands. In the first slide the child is shown holding mom’s finger, the second shows them reading Braille, the third slide shows them washing their hands under a tap, and the last shows the mother and child planting young trees. The doodle comes with a Happy Mother’s Day wish accompanied by a heart emoji.

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Mother’s Day is celebrated every year to honor and recognize the love of all mothers. On this day, the children salute their mother for all that she does diligently. In India, Mother’s Day is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May.

HERE’S WATCH GOOGLE DOODLE CELEBRATING MOTHER’S DAY 2022

(Picture: Google.com)
(Picture: Google.com)
(Picture: Google.com)
(Picture: Google.com)

Different countries celebrate Mother’s Day on different dates. British citizens celebrate Mother’s Day on the fourth Sunday in March, commemorating the memory of the Mother Church on Christian Mother’s Sunday.

In Greece, it is marked on February 2, linking the day to the Eastern Orthodox celebration of the Presentation of Jesus Christ in the temple.

MOTHER’S DAY 2022: HISTORY AND MEANING

The celebration of Mother’s Day dates back to the beginning of the 20th century in the United States. It is believed that the United States celebrated the first Mother’s Day. In the United States, a woman named Anna Jarvis held a memorial in memory of her mother after her death in 1905. Three years after her mother’s death, Jarvis held a memorial service at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton , West Virginia to honor his mother and all mothers. Thus, the celebration of Mother’s Day began to recognize their efforts and their value in our lives.

Mother’s Day officially came into existence after former US President Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation in 1914 declaring the second Sunday in May a national holiday.

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