Technological innovations created miracles and man set foot on Moon. But one truth that has remained unimpaired is the sculpting of human being only by a lady. No magic can create a human being. Similarly, no magic can lessen the feelings of a mother towards her child. That might be the only reason a cosmopolitan multicultural country which is ruling almost the entire world economy is celebrating the Mother's Day with ultimate pomp and show. Mother's Day Celebration in USA has a markedly different urban picture of festivity.
Mother's Day Celebration in USA started in Boston in 1870, by Julia Ward Howe who clamored for the second Sunday of May being observed as the Mother's Day. Julia tried to mark this day as the celebration of Pacifism and disarmament supported by women. So the celebration was confined largely among the Women Peace Groups. The group consisted of the ladies whose sons had either fought the American Civil War or laid their lives on the battle-field.
Anna Jarvis is considered to be the first official celebrator of Mother's Day. She observed the day in honor of her mother. In 1914, as a result of the proclamation by President Woodrow Wilson, Mother's Day got the status of a national holiday. From then onwards the Mother's day started being celebrated on the second Sunday of May. Mother's Day in USA is still celebrated on the second Sunday of May.