Showing posts from March, 2009

Happy Mothers Day, Happy Moms Day, Gifts Ideas

Mother’s Day! Happy Mothers Day!
Mothers Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year. This year Mother’s Day is on 10th May, 2009. Mother’s Day is celebrated globally these days to show love and respect to all mothers. It’s the day to show gratitude to mothers for giving us love, support, and affection. Mother’s Day is the day to show respect to them for giving us life.
This year in Jan, I became mother for the first time. Now I came to know the meaning of motherhood more perfectly. And so, though Moms Day is far away, I am already planning for a special Mother’s Day gift or gift ideas for my mother.
Me and my brother have some plans but you guys can suggest me some more!!!

I have a plan to decorate my mom’s room the night before Mothers Day after she falls asleep. My mom loves flowers a lot especially yellow roses. Then will bake a cake. My bro has a plan to gift our mother a cute cat as she loves them. Then we have a plan for a family dinner tonight somewhere outside.

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Holi, Festival Of Colors, Happy Holi, Colorful Festival, Indian Festival

Happy Holi! Holi is on Mar 11, 2009.
Holi is known as the festival of colors. It is celebrated on the day of the full moon (Purnima or Poornima) in early March every year. Holika purnima is also called Hutasani. It is the celebration of the arrival of spring - the season of hope and new beginnings and marks the re-kindling of the spirit of life according to the Bhagvad Gita. Holi is a day to celebrate with friends and neighbors. People perform havan and offer to the Gods the new grains that are harvested. The history of the origin of Holi goes back to Hindu mythology when Lord Krishna killed the demon "Madhu" in ancient Braj or modern Mathura in U.P.
Amongst India's innumerable festivals, Holi ranks as the most colorful. It celebrates the arrival of spring and death of demons Holika; it is a celebration of joy and hope. Holi provides a refreshing respite from the mundane norms as people from all walks of life enjoy themselves. In a tight knit community, it also provided a …