India’s giant IT services companies will see a significant slowdown in growth during this financial year as they grapple with the upheaval wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to analysts.
“We expect revenue in the (first two quarters of this financial year) to be largely impacted by delay in pipeline conversion and pricing impact on core business,” wrote analysts Apurva Prasad, Amit Chandra and Vinesh Vala in a note.
Mother’s Day 2020: Mother is the first friend, teacher and the guide of a child and therefore it is important to celebrate Mother’s Day to acknowledge everything she does assiduously for you.
The day when you could finally thank your mother for her relentless contributions for you is just around the corner. Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year. Mother is the first friend, teacher and the guide of a child and therefore it is important to celebrate Mother’s Day to acknowledge everything she does assiduously for you.
When will Mother’s Day be celebrated this year?
Mother’s Day is usually celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year. This year, we will be celebrating Mother’s Day on May 10. However, Mother’s Day is celebrated on March 21, which is the Spring equinox, in most of the Arab countries.
What is the History of Mother’s Day?
It is believed that Mother’s Day was first celebrated in the US in the year 1908 when a woman named Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton in West Virginia. Anna’s mother had expressed a desire and had asked her to hold a memorial after her death. The first World War was going on at that time and following her mother’s desire, Anna created a Mother’s day club to address the health issues of wounded soldiers.
Then after nine years, the then US President Woodrow Wilson signed order and declared second Sunday of every May as a nationwide holiday in the country to celebrate it as Mother’s Day. However, this version of Mother’s Day has been criticised for being too commercialized and Anna had said that it was never her intention.
Why it is important to celebrate Mother’s Day?
It is important to celebrate Mother’s Day to thank your mother for everything she does for her child without any selfishness and show her unconditional love and affection. A mother is a child’s first friend with whom he or she shares all of their joys, sorrows, emotions and happiness. Thus it is important to celebrate Mother’s Day to make your mom feel special.