A day long festival, Mata Tirtha Aunsi is being obseved across the Nepal. Nepali Mother’s day also known as “Amako Mukh Herne Din” in Nepali is an auspicious festival celebrated in honor to mother and motherhood. On this day, people go for holy bath and see ones mother’s face by offering sweets, cloths and other gifts to their mothers.
The festival falls on Baisakh 11, 2078 this year according to Nepali calendar whereas April 23, 2021 according to Gregorian calendar.
The festival falls on every new moon day in the month of Baisakh according to lunar or Nepali calendar. People wish their mother’s long life and ask for blessing over the years.
Those who do not have mothers visit Mata Tirtha, a holy place to offer tarpan. It is believed that one can see his/her mother’s face in the pond situated in Mata Tirtha on this day.
Nowdays, the use of internet is growing so as the people wish their mother’s via digital media in case they aren’t with their mother. People often use the online website to purchase the gifts to their mother. They use social media like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to wish their mothers on Happy Nepali Mother’s Day.
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Nepali mother’s day 2021 falls on April 23, 2021.
Amako Mukh Herne Din in 2078 falls on Baisakh 11, 2078