In the United States, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. The origins of Mother’s Day in the United States are shrouded in mystery. However, the most widely circulated and accepted versions claim that two women, Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis, worked tirelessly to establish Mother’s Day a well-known holiday in the United States.

On this day, people appreciate their mothers and mother figures and express gratitude for all the sacrifices they have made throughout their lives. She has been selflessly caring for us since we were born, and she has stood by us through all of life’s ups and downs. As a result, this remarkable mother deserves a special day in which her children will devote the entire day to them. As a result, individuals commemorate this day in a unique way to spend time with their mothers. Small vacations, eating out, or visiting an area that your mother enjoys will make her happy and content. You may even take her out to lunch and give her a modest present as a sign of your affection at the conclusion of the day. If you are unable to visit your mother in India, you can easily send gifts to her.

The Value of Books as Mother’s Day Presents:

Gifts for Mother’s Day in India should be carefully chosen and meaningful. You must first determine your mother’s preferences, likes, and dislikes before preparing to purchase a gift for her. However, some gifts, such as storybooks, will be preferred by most mothers. Books are devoted companions during free time. Mothers who are stay-at-home moms can read books anytime they have free time. Reading a variety of books will help children get a better comprehension of many subjects, improve their understanding of life, increase their inventive powers, make them more practical, and, most significantly, make them feel less bored. After a long day at work, working mothers can unwind by reading a book. They can learn more about the subject they’re reading about and establish their own opinions about it. She will stay current at work by reading a variety of genres of books and will also be a knowledgeable employee.

Popular Mother’s Day Books include:

So, for Mum’s Day, consider gifting your mother a collection of fantastic books. We will always assist you in selecting appropriate gifts. As a result, we’ve come up with a list of novels and a brief explanation of each that your mother could enjoy:

Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” (1985)

The story takes place in a dystopian, futuristic New England. The novel depicts a patriarchal, white supremacist, dictatorial, and theonomic society. Subjugated women in patriarchal civilizations, the loss of female agency and uniqueness, the repression of women’s reproductive rights, and the various methods in which women battle for individuality and independence are all explored in the novel. As a result, the book has a huge impact on the world’s contemporary geo-social situation.

Jean Rhys’ “Wide Sargasso Sea” (1966)

This work is a feminist and postcolonial prequel to Charlotte Bront’s Jane Eyre. The novel concentrates on the backstories of the Bronte novel’s key characters. The story follows Antoinette Cosway, who is referred to in Jane Eyre as the “madwoman in the attic.” In Jamaica and Europe, the story navigates a patriarchal society and societal dogmas.

Charlotte Bronte’s “Jane Eyre” (1847)

The novel changed prose fiction by being the first to focus on the protagonist’s moral and spiritual development through an intimate first-person narrative in which acts and occurrences are tinged by a psychological intensity. Charlotte Bront is known as the “first historian of private consciousness” as well as the literary foremother of Proust and Joyce.

Because of the work’s societal criticism and a strong sense of Christian morality at its basis, many consider Jane’s autonomous character and how the novel confronts the topics of class, sexuality, religion, and feminism to be ahead of their time.

Harper Lee’s “To Kill A Mocking Bird” (1960)

Harper Lee is a novelist from the United States. It was initially published in 1960 and was an immediate success. In the United States, it is widely read in high schools and middle schools. To Kill a Mockingbird, the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, has become a modern American classic. The plot and characters were inspired by Lee’s observations of her family, neighbours, and an event that occurred near her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, in 1936, when she was 10 years old.

Anne Bronte’s “The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall” (1848)

The story is told in a series of letters from Gilbert Markham to a friend, detailing the events surrounding his meeting with a mysterious young widow named Helen Graham, who comes at Wildfell Hall with her small kid and a servant, a long-abandoned Elizabethan palace. In contrast to early nineteenth-century traditions, she follows an artist’s career and makes money by selling her works.

The Tenant of Wildfell Hall is considered by many to be one of the first feminist novels. May Sinclair wrote in 1913 that “the slamming of [Helen’s] bedroom door against her husband rang throughout Victorian England.” Helen abandons her husband and takes their child, breaking not only societal norms but also early 19th century English law.

There are a plethora of fantastic novels to choose from for your loving mother. These are only a few examples. They come in a variety of languages, so just give her a book and make her leisure time more entertaining. You can also send various types of gifts to Delhi. On Mother’s Day, give her some memorable memories that she will remember for the rest of her life.

By Manali