Mothers Day gift ideas - Give your Mum a treat of happiness

Mother’s Day is just a day away. It's time to celebrate your mom in a major way and most have taken on many more hats these days as they are working overtime to make sure their families are healthy and happy. They are on their toes wearing a saree and running around the whole day. We can never doubt the strength of mothers as they are the strongest people known. May all the mothers feel honored and appreciated.

Moms will always appreciate the thoughtful presents but mother's day is not only about spending money. It is a special day of the year to show your mom your love. As a daughter or son, you need to make it special and not like the regular days. Your mom will have lots of wishes filled in her heart and it is your responsibility to bring her dreams come true on this exclusive day. Understanding the importance, are you ready to bring out the special day filled with memories? With some exciting ideas and gifts that will help you out. 

Go through and explore the mother’s day gift ideas and make the day full of memories with a unique and personalized way to show your love.

Softened Saree: There are some things about the sarees that are so comforting and soft. These linen sarees are a luxury and at the same time at a great price. You can choose from a wide range of colors. A pretty way to add colors to your wardrobe for spring.

  • Kanjeevaram Saree: Kanjeevaram fabric is considered one of the finest, most durable, and strong fabrics. Kanjeevaram saree will give a perfect traditional look to your mom.
  • Banarasi Saree: Banarasi sarees are known for their gold and silver brocade or zari, opulent embroidery, and fine silk. These sarees can be a great collection to be added to your mom's wardrobe.
  • One-Minute Saree: These are pre-stitched sarees that are hassle-free and worn without worrying about perfect drape and fitting. Moms will love to have the 1-minute saree in their wardrobe so that they can have that extra time to relax instead of draping the saree perfectly.

Memories in a Photo Frame: You have lots and lots of memories shared with your mother. Days where you spent time together going out and chilling. The time you enjoyed together might not give you more joy and fun but the time that you recollect the memories will have ample joy. So try and bring back that pleasant surprise in the form of photos in a frame. She will burst with tears of happiness and make her feel your presence in the joyful time.

Care for Her with Healthy Hampers: People of every gar need love and they also long for it. Especially while growing old they will start feeling alone which will make them lose interest in taking care of their health. As a middle-aged person, you are going to be busy with several routine tasks. However, this is the best time for you to show that you care for her and her health. You have different options to present her like a personalized coffee mug, pocket of green tea, or some other health care products that they need. Choose the right mothers day gifts and try to care for her and her health.

A Surprise Outing: Have you ever felt that your mother is spending a lot of her time inside the house and not going out at all and that she needs some time to go out and enjoy nature? She must be a thing of going out and doing some things but she sacrifices all that for the wellness of the family and you. So think about it, this can be the best way to show her you care and love for her. You can decorate her room, cook for her or with her or even take her to some of her favorite places. You can even invite some of her friends who are close to her heart and miss them. This can be a perfect gift for a special occasion.

Jewelry: A minimalistic jewelry piece will never hurt anyone. You can surely gift her a dainty necklace that is minimalistic and can go with every outfit and let me tell you mothers love a good piece of jewelry with her traditional saree like Kanjeevaram Saree and Banarasi Saree.

I hope that this list of gift ideas is helpful. So many unique ideas that your mom would love. No matter what, if you are away send her a card or call her or even better video call her. These days are fleeting and won’t be always here.

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The history of India and the women of India is full of Pioneers who have broken barriers like gender biases and worked hard for their rights to make progress in fields like politics, science, arts, law, etc.


On the eve of International Women’s Day, we are sharing the stories of 5 women who in a decidedly gender unequal world made their way and empowered and inspired many lives. With the work they do and their lives, they have shown us how we all can come together to #Breakthebias which is the theme of this year’s Women’s Day.


These SheTheHeros have shown us that women are capable just as men can achieve anything they put their heart and mind to. These women have not just achieved individual milestones but have also contributed significantly to society to impact it positively.


Let’s celebrate this day with these women who have dared to dream big and imagined a more gender-inclusive and diverse world.


  1. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw - Women who changed the face of Biotechnology in India

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw was nominated in the #WomenInLeadershio Campaign for Gender STIs, which celebrates women leaders in the field of technology, science, and innovation by the Euro India Research Centre in India.


She is the Executive Chairperson of India’s largest biopharmaceutical company ‘Biocon’. The first generation entrepreneur and global business leader with over experience of four decades in biotechnology. She started this journey of passion in 1978 from her small garage in India and today that journey is changing lives for the better across the world.


She had a strong sense of purpose to make a difference and the determination to buck the trend of Indian women who run a corporation. She had started a group of companies that are engaged in serving millions of patients across the globe by enabling affordable access and providing cutting-edge research services to leading global life sciences companies.


  1. Mithali Raj - The Pride of Indian Cricket Team

Raj said in a statement on her Twitter handle that “Women in sport are powerful catalysts of change and when they get the appreciation they deserve, it inspires change in several other women wanting to achieve their dreams" "I sincerely hope that my journey inspires young girls all across the country to pursue their dreams and know that only when you dream can you make it happen."


Mithali Raj having captained the women in blue has become synonymous with Women’s cricket in India. This women cricketer has wowed the world with her finesse in a sport that was rather considered male-oriented. She became an inspiration for each and every woman cricketer dreaming of wearing a blue jersey and the chance to represent India on the international platform.


She has also quotes that the biggest challenge that she faces while starting her journey into cricket in the 90s was that her immediate family members were not very keen that she has got into sports.


But there was no looking back for her once she started her Journey with Cricket.


  1. Priyanka Chopra Jonas - Not just a Star for Bollywood & Hollywood but a star of India

Priyanka’s journey from a beauty pageant to a famous celebrity looks glamorous but she has fought her fights whenever there was inequality whether it be for the education for her maid’s girl child or be it supporting UNICEF or even be it inequality on the sets of film or people judging her on her looks. She stood for herself and for others.


As a woman and Indian immigrant, Priyanka has been specifically active in supporting the campaigns that are surrounded by adolescent girl’s rights in India where she has also helped UNICEF publicize the Dare to Care campaign where the moment was aimed to demand improvement of the lives of marginalized young women. Bein an ambassador of UNICEF she also voices her support for the “End Violence against Children” campaign which raises awareness about child marriages and physical, emotional, and sexual violence that young women in India face.

  1. Kiran Bedi - A fearless Women

Kiran Bedi has many titles to her name that have otherwise considered not a good fit for a woman because it's a field of men.

She is an Indian politician, former tennis player, social activist, and retired police officer. Kiran Bedi was the first woman IPS officer of India who won the President’s police medal in the year 1979. She is a woman of many accolades who inspired millions of young girls to take a stand and not let anyone else reign their lives.

Apart from this journey, this courageous woman has also won the Magsaysay Award. Closing it on the sentence that she has proven that women are not just meant for the household work.

  1. Captain Radhika Menon - First Female Merchant Navy Captain

Captain Radhika Menin started her journey as a radio officer which progressed o a deck office and later she was appointed as Master of the Sampurna Swarajya.

In the year 2012, Radhika Menon broke the stereotype and became the first Indian woman captain in the Merchant Navy. After she saved seven fishermen who got lost at the sea she was facilitated by the Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea from the International Maritime Organisation in 2016.

Not just these 5, but India has many incredible women who have broken the bias and made their presence in the field where only men used to rule. It is not about Men or Women but it is about equality and growing together to become strong.

It’s time to ‘Break The Bias’: International Women’s Day

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International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated to recognize women around the world, regardless of their culture, political affiliations, linguistic, national, ethnic, or economic, for their personal and professional achievements. Now it's time to recognize the value and impact of a woman. The happiness they bring into our lives, the achievements made across history, and the future we can look forward to changing.

The theme of this year's International Women's Day is #BreakTheBias which is a global campaign that has been initiated to raise awareness around bias and encourage action toward women's equality. The campaign seeks to elevate the visibility of women creatives with a focus on building workplaces where women thrive. Inspires women to pursue their goals without barrier, celebrate women solidifying change, forge women's equality in tech and empower women's healthcare choices.

Now it's time for all the leaders to uplift the voices of women everywhere for those who hesitate to speak up about bias outside and in the workplace and for those who are actively advocating against it.

International Women's Day is a beautiful moment for all of us to reflect and celebrate the strides that are made in women empowerment globally, regardless of gender. Together, we can make more progress in support of women's rights economically, socially, politically, and culturally to take it further.

It may not be noticeable to many but gender biases and stereotypes have been deeply ingrained into our working norms by influencing the way we work straight from the hiring processes to our daily lives.

We hope that this information has inspired you to join in the process of challenging bias and spark change everywhere.

Interesting things that you may not have known about Women's Day.

Most of us are aware that March 8 is dedicated to celebrating women and women's rights and is known as International Women's Day. But don't forget that while celebrating 1 day out of 365 where women are honored it doesn't mean that we forget about supporting the women around you the remaining 364 days of the year. We strongly believe that each and every day we should support the people around us irrespective of their gender. So, keep an eye out and be there for them when they need a helping band or a strong shoulder to lean on.

Hurrah for each and every woman we love and those that we don't know buy who work hard to make a better world each and every day.

  • The first National Woman's Day was observed on 28th February across the US in 1901. However, it was only in the year 1975 that the United Nations began celebrating it on March 8 as International Women's Day.
  • The Official flower for Women's Day is Mimosa.
  • The color for Women's Day is Purple.
  • Women's Day was first declared as holiday elegance in Russia in 1917.


Happy International Women's Day!



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