Mother’s Day 2004 Google Doodle

The whole world celebrate Mother’s Day as to honor mothers and motherhood. Most countries celebrate it on 2nd Saturday of May such as US. In each year Google releases a special doodle on the occasion of mother’s day.

Mother’s Day 2004 Google Doodle
Mother’s Day 2004 Google Doodle (May 8, 2004)

Mother’s Day 2004 Google Doodle was released on May 8 as a part of mother’s day. In this Mother’s Day doodle there is a pink color rose flower instead of the 1st ‘o’ in the Google logo. The pink rose is a symbol of mother’s charm. So Google try to make the doodle simple as possible.

We all know that father is the backbone of our family. It’s mother who coordinate all members with her love and affection. She take care of the family and ready to satisfy her happiness for the sake of her family. It is a festive occasion for children to celebrate motherhood.

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Mother’s Day [Image Credit : nicelycaptured.blogspot.com ]
As history tells the tradition of mother’s day celebration started by Americans. It can’t be considered as it is emerged from the past traditional celebrations that are existed over the previous years. That was the celebrations associated with motherhood such as Christian mothering Sunday celebrations, Greek cult to Cybele, and Roman festival of Hilaria etc…

As I told you that modern day’s mother’s day celebrations are started in America and it is started by Anna Jarvis in the memory of her mother. In US mother’s day is celebrated as national holiday. During the starting of these celebrations campaigns were conducted as to promote mother’s day as national holiday.

Through these promotional activities Anna Jarvis succeeded to spread the message of the celebration towards the common people. But during 1920’s commercialization was hardly applied on the celebration. This make her disappointed. The holiday known as Jarvis’ holiday was adopted by other nations and is widely celebrated all over the world.

Google symbolized the affection and love through Mother’s Day 2004 Google Doodle. In previous year’s doodle it was a red rose instead of this pink rose in this doodle.

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