New Delhi: A Google Doodle celebrated Mother's Day on Sunday, May 14, with vintage photos of some animal family with mom through the years. It also shared the behind-the-scenes process for today's animated handmade clay artwork by doodler Celine Yu.
New Delhi: A Google Doodle celebrated Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 14, with vintage photos of some animal family with mom through the years. It also shared the behind-the-scenes process for today’s animated handmade clay artwork by doodle Celine.
Google makes a special doodle every year on the occasion of Mother’s Day. In the past, it has created Mother’s Day doodles featuring animals, flowers and heartwarming pictures of mothers and their children. Some past Mother’s Day Google Doodle have included animations and interactive elements.Mother’s Day celebrates the important role that mothers and mother figures play in our lives.
Mothers are often the ones who provide us with love, support and guidance throughout our lives, and Mother’s Day provides an opportunity to express our gratitude and appreciation for all that they do.
Mother’s Day is a reminder of the sacrifices that mothers make for their children, and the many challenges they face in raising and caring for their families. It is a day to honor the hard work and dedication of mothers and to celebrate the bond between mothers and their children.
Furthermore, Mother’s Day has historical and cultural significance, as it has been celebrated for over a century and has become an important tradition in many countries around the world. It provides an opportunity for families to come together and celebrate the special relationship between mothers and their children, and to recognize the important contributions that mothers make to society as a whole.
Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother, Ann Jarvis, a peace activist who cared for wounded soldiers during the Civil War. Anna Jarvis then campaigned for a national holiday to honor all mothers, and in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation declaring Mother’s Day as a national holiday.
Today people celebrate Mother’s Day by spending time with their mother or mother figure, giving them gifts or cards, and expressing their love and gratitude.