International Women’s Day 2014 – March 8th, Own the Divine Beauty
Women’s Day, the celebration of womanhood, is celebrated on 8th March every year. The soul of a woman lies in the love and care for her loved ones and her ability to play different roles in life makes her unique. The unique relationships which are enacted by a woman are that of a daughter, wife, mother, partner, friend and a nurturer.
Significance of Women’s Day
Women’s Day has been celebrated since the early 1900s, which is an opportunity to acknowledge the greatness of being a woman. It is a day to praise women’s success as well as to remind everyone of the inequities which are prevailing in the current world.
How Women’s Day Is Celebrated?
In a few countries, Women’s day is celebrated equivalent as the Mother’s Day. It is celebrated with much fervor all over the world. People around the world make an effort to come close to their mothers, grandmothers, daughters, girlfriends and wives on women’s Day to acknowledge their love towards them. They present small gifts to them for a thick bonding. Schools also conduct special celebrations where students come forward to honor their teachers.
Are you thinking about what to present your loved ones on this women’s day. Well, what is more needed for women than beauty? You can ensure the beauty of your loved one with the blessings of Vadivudai Amman, which will keep them young and beautiful forever.
Vadivudai, a form of Goddess Parvati, is the Goddess of Beauty and also represents Gyana Shakti (the wisdom energy). She blesses her devotees with attractiveness and bestows them with enormous knowledge. Where there is beauty, love shines, and where there is love, truth radiates. When we seek truth, we can get freedom. So her Pooja is the doorway to the liberation from troubles. Worshipping her will also bust karma effects which conceal beauty and will help to get the ultimate ‘Moksha’.
Devotees have been worshiping Vadivudai Amman for centuries and she has been eulogized by renowned poets, scholars and devotees equally, for its splendor.
Happy International Women’s Day 2014!