Today, Mother’s Day is marked by unique traditions specific to different countries and families… Actually What is Mothers Day  Whats the History?

The history of Mother’s Day is actually quite dark

Mother’s Day is celebrated in dozens of countries around the world, often on the second Sunday of May, following the American tradition.

Today The second Sunday we all Celebrating Mothers Day I will Tell You about A Mother,may be you know her,

Anuradha Koirala


She was herself a victim of years of abuse at the hands of her husband. She had three miscarriages after which her marriage ended. But her self-respect and determination to serve humanity did not.

She had been teaching English at various schools in Nepal, earning a meagre $100 per month. She invested part of this income in establishing a small retail shop to employ and support displaced victims of domestic violence and sex trafficking. Being a victim of domestic violence herself, she could empathise with the women who came into her fold.

However, the provision of a means of earning to the displaced women was not enough. A lot more needed to be done and all of it could not be achieved unless a bigger institution was established. Keeping this in mind, Anuradha, along with other teachers, journalists and social workers, laid the foundation of Maiti Nepal in 1993. You can visit the website here.

“Maiti” in Nepalese means “mother’s home”. It is an apt name for this NGO because it acts as a mother itself, taking within its folds Nepali girls and women who have been subjected to various forms of crimes, like domestic violence, human trafficking, child prostitution, child labour, and so on, often in silence. After all, who was there to listen to their stories, let alone understand their plight?  A lot of philanthropists and humanitarians from around the globe donate to Maiti. In case you wish to donate, you can visit the link  for detailed information.

How she Become like this ? In her childhood itself when she was inspired by her parents, Colonel Pratap Singh Gurung and Laxmi Gurung. They considered humanitarian services to be the best form of holy work. This feeling was further strengthened while studying at Saint Joseph Convent School Kalimpong, India, where she was surrounded by nuns. Mother Teresa was a constant guiding light.

currently we do Donation, charity and Spend more to become famous /Publicity why she do this ? Ms Koirala did not do all this for any rewards. After all, the best reward would be to see the smile on the faces of the rescued women. However, in recognition of her work, she has already received more than 30 national and international awards. We can mention only a few, like German UNIFEM Prize 2007 and The Peace Abbey, Courage of Conscience, 2006. In November 2010, she was voted online globally for the CNN Top Heroes Award. She was felicitated by Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher in Los Angeles, California, and received a sum of US$ 1,00,000 to continue her work with Maiti Nepal. She also received US$ 25,000 as a token of appreciation from the CNN. In 2014, she received the Mother Teresa Award, too.

” love you  Mom ”

Salute you..

Also published on Medium.

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