Mother’s Day Tribute | Celebrating Moms | Gift |

Mother's Day originated in the early 20th century in the United States, with the first official celebration on May 12, 1908, in Grafton, West Virginia, organized by Anna Jarvis to honor her mother, Ann Jarvis. Ann, a Civil War pacifist, founded Mother's Day Work Clubs to aid soldiers. Anna's campaign to establish Mother's Day as a national holiday gained acceptance in 1914. Today, it is celebrated as a day dedicated to expressing gratitude and love for mothers amidst our busy lives, prioritizing their happiness through our presence and thoughtful gifts.

As Mother's Day approaches, we can't help but feel a surge of warmth and gratitude for the incredible women who have shaped our lives. At Culture Shoppe, we understand the importance of finding the perfect way to honour these remarkable women. We've curated a collection of  gifts that are as unique and special as the mothers who inspire us.

Whether it's a beautifully handcrafted Aranmula mirror, a cozy Phulkari shawl, a charming piece of home decor, a comfortable pair of Ramacham (Vetriver) chappals, a breathable Thazhapayu (screwpine mat) which is best to do Yoga, a Balaramapuram handloom or a Kota doria saree to beat the heat, some Blue tea to  make them vibrant, a set of handloom bags or a jute travel kit with bamboo toothbrush, comb etc,  they are all infused with love and care. We believe that the best gifts are those that come from the heart, and our artisans pour their passion into every creation.


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