7 Incredible Women Perfectly Donning the Role of Mothers to Neglected Children

A woman’s heart is like an ocean; nobody can tell how deep it is. And, when she becomes a mother, its depth reaches to the next level altogether. But, the feelings and emotions of motherly love and affection is not just a matter of experience by the biological mothers, it can be felt by any woman in this world who has a kind heart, loves children and wish to give them a better life. This Mother’s Day, we will not just appreciate the efforts and sacrifices of the mothers in raising their children and making them a good human being, but we will also take notice of the women who have devoted their whole life for the betterment of orphaned children in the society.

Nobody can understand the pain and sufferings of children who don’t have parents to look after them. They are all alone in this cruel world and have to survive by themselves. But, there are women all over the world who are familiar with their plight either owing to their personal experiences or for the sympathy they have for them; they wish to make a change by adopting them and giving them a good and healthy life. They are like pillars of strength for these children; where a biological mother only takes care of her children, these women have selflessly dedicated their lives for the well-being of hundreds and thousands of orphaned children.

Let’s read about them and know them better-

1. Sindhutai Sapkal

Sindhutai Sapkal

Giving shelter and food to 1400 orphan children is not duck soup. But, Sindhutai Sapkal proved it. She provided them with a good education, married them, and helped them in settling down in life. Sindhutai even begged on the streets to feed her adopted children, and she ensured that no child sleeps without food in his/her stomach. The children whom she adopted were never given up for adoption and treated them as her own. She even sent her own biological daughter to an NGO to save herself from differentiating between her daughter and other adopted children. She is a proud owner of more than 500 awards for her courage and compassion. Who does that! Sindhutai is certainly an epitome of sheer motherly love that is selfless and deep.

2. Prakash Kaur

Prakash Kaur

A girl child is still considered as an ‘unwanted child’ in the family in many parts of the country leading to the crime of female foeticide. Some families even left their little newborn girls on the streets or in the temples to save themselves from spending on their education and marriage. Prakash Kaur, herself a victim of this cruelty, pushed herself in supporting other girl children in India who goes through the same plight. She strives to give them a secure home and future. This lady is like a ray of hope in the lives or unclaimed and unwanted newborn girls who call Prakash “mother”. Her shelter home “Unique Home for Girls” is touching the lives of many girls who have been cruelly shunned by their own families. Even though she has her own family, her motherly love and affection for her adopted girls never faded away.

3. Dr. Jane Aronson

Dr. Jane Aronson

Being a medical practitioner, Dr. Jane Aronson visited several orphanages all over the world which made her acquainted with the harsh conditions of children staying there. Extremely moved by seeing their plight, she decided to do something for them. She founded an organization by the name Worldwide Orphans Foundation (WWO) in 1997 that provides its services to orphaned children. She understood the fact that there are millions of orphan children worldwide who do not have access to the basic necessities and lacked any kind of love and attention. Her organization provided the orphaned children with medical care, education, and psychological and social support in order to make them confident, competent, and prospering individuals who can lead to a change around them.

4. Annapurna Dash

Annapurna Das

In a world where mothers disown their children owing to unfavorable circumstances, Annapurna Dash dedicatedly served as a mother to over 25 orphan children in an NGO in Bhubaneswar. Though being a Masters in Economics, she decided to join a childcare NGO, SOS Children’s Village in Bhubaneswar. It’s been more than 25 years that Annapurna has completely dedicated her life in raising orphan children with her love and affection and helped them carve a better future for themselves. She is called as “maa” by them, and she too considers them as ‘her children’. Today, though she has retired from the NGO, she never went back to her family and has adopted some children from her NGO.

5. Caroline Boudreau

Caroline Boudreau

Just at the age of 30, Caroline Boudreau has everything anyone can think of. A good-pay job in TV advertising company, a shiny car, a plush house, and an amazing social life, but she was still unhappy and lacked motivation. While on her journey to India, she came across an orphanage in a small village where the children were desperate for love and attention, where she finds the purpose of her life – caring for orphaned children. This is how her Miracle Foundation came into existence with a goal of supporting and empowering children to make them reach their whole potential and getting rid of any use of orphanages by 2040. Today, she is no more working at the advertising company but has diverted her all time and efforts in running her foundation.

6. Carrie Steele

Carrie Steele

Carrie Steele is the name behind the oldest black orphanage in the United States of America. Being an orphan herself, she became acquainted with the heart quenching conditions of children while working as a matron at a railroad station in Atlanta. There she saw many young children and babies who were abandoned by their families and left at the station. She started taking care of these homeless children like their own mother. Facing funds scarcity in raising these children up, she sold her house and gathered other funds from her black community to build a shelter for these abandoned children. This shelter home is considered as the oldest social institutions in the United States.

7. Jasveer Kaur

The 45-year old Jasveer Kaur is an epitome of motherly love and affection for the orphaned children. Though unmarried, Jasveer is a mother to more than 450 children who are sheltered at her SGB Children’s Home. Since childhood, she has the aim of doing something for the society and soon she found her motive in taking care of these children. It’s been more than 22 years she has donning the role of a mother for these abandoned children and striving to give them a better life.

Jasveer Kaur

As the world is about to indulge in Mother’s Day celebrations in about a month, knowing about these women becomes essential. Though the children for whom they are working so hard day and night are not their biological children, but they have left no stones unturned in showering their love and blessings on them. We truly applaud the spirits of these wonderful mothers who have stood by their dedication and motivation to give these abandoned kids a life that they love and cherish.

Have a good Mother’s Day!

About Sushmita Sen and her Courage to become a Single Mother

We often feel that humanity is hard to find, but in every sphere of life, you will find people who will present before you the larger picture of life. Sushmita Sen is one of the examples who has proven that people who actually want to make a change do exist.

Sushmita Sen

One can imagine how tough it is for women to take care of their children alone! And, Sushmita was that someone who became a single mother on her will. She is a successful single mother of two adopted girl children and that is quite courageous for women especially in a country like India.

The story of her Adoption and of being a Single Mother


A few years before only those couples, who sue to some reason could not have their biological child used to go for the option of adopting a child. But, thankfully, today it has expanded its horizon and even the people who have their own children are opting to adopt a child. And, there are a few great one’ who are even adopting abandoned children to become a single parent. Sushmita Sen is the aptest example of that case, who has been a successful single mother of two adopted children.

A Brief Description of her Life

Sushmita does not only hold the title of Miss Universe for her outer appearance but the beautiful soul that she is born with is also incredible. She was introduced to the world when she became Miss Universe in 1994. And, after her fame as Miss Universe, she started getting movie offers and gradually she landed into Bollywood. Throughout her career, she has been a recipient of several awards including Film Fare Award, IIFA Award, Star Screen Award and many more. Apart from that, she is also the recipient of Rajiv Gandhi Award in 2006 for her work in Bollywood.

Brief about Susmita Sen

It may have been tough for her to fight the battle to become a single mother, but she never gave up on her dream and love for being a mother. She had a great love for kid’s right from the age of 18 and then only she had decided to adopt a child. Her courage has given women a new and progressive way of life by adopting girl child and becoming a successful and happy single Mother.

The thing that makes it feel incredible is the way she looks happy and joyous being a single mother. It was quite tough for her to pursue her dream of adoption but she fought all the odds.

Sushmita’s first Adoption

She adopted her first child in 2000 when she was merely 25 years old and her act inspired millions of people around the world. It was a girl child and she named her Renee! She has often been spotted saying, “She’s not born from my stomach but from my heart.” She has always been a caring and loving mother but that did not stop her from completing her career obligation.

Sushmita sen first adoption


She is often accompanied by Renee for fashion events and various other major inaugurals. Renee also dreams to take part in the Miss Universe Pageant and make her mother happy by bringing home the trophy. Sushmita had proudly built for her a beautiful family with her two beautiful daughters.

Sushmita’s Second Adoption

After 10 years of her first adoption Sushmita stunned people by adopting her second girl child in 2010. She named her Alisha who was just 3 months old when she entered into Sushmita’s world. Alisha was a quiet baby and Sushmita was happy shopping for her little Angel! Renee, Sushmita’s first child also was quite excited to welcome her sister.

Sushmita Sen Second Adoption

This very thought of embarking on to this journey makes her special and it proves that title of Miss Universe that she won several years back was something that she actually deserves. In all this, she has brought not only happiness to the children but also to herself with a sense of having been able to make a difference. She is a perfect example of a mother and she deserves to be celebrated on Mother’s day 2018.


Mother Teresa: Top 7 Mothering Ways to Transform the World

Mother Teresa once said that “Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing”, and can we ever imagine, how many such gifts we have gotten from our own Mothers. It’s incredible; the way she smiles every time, after looking at her children faces and that compels us to envision strength that she hides in her heart.

Mother Teresa Miracles

Thinking of Mother Teresa and her act of adopting the whole world as her children is the greatest epitome of motherhood. The love, compassion and affection that she had for her children in her heart an incredible example of the power of the term “Mother”. It creates wonders!!

Here are 7 ways by which Mothers can change the world as taught by Mother Teresa…..

1. “Teach children the art of Loving the family in every situation”

Mother Teresa - 2

No matter what is bothering you and the family, it is very important that you are always well behaved, compassionate and loving towards each and every member of the family. Because, that’s what your child is going to imitate! Be very conscious to teach love and compassion in the family.

2. “Let the magic of Joy be infectious. Let it spread through the air!”

Mother Teresa

There is happiness in being happy!! Keep that mantra always into your front pocket and never let your smile disappear because of any situation. Joy is actually infectious and the more of it you will have the more it will spread through. So, in every situation, be happy and joyous!!

3. “Teach children to keep their connections alive”

Mother Teresa - 4

In this fast paced world, the tragedy is that we are forgetting to gathering happiness from the small things. Discovering the new ones is absolutely great but not at the cost of killing our relationships. You must show your children the importance of the family, friends and other connections. It will enrich their life!

4. “Praying is Miraculous: Teach your children to Pray”

Mata Teresa

Praying does not need you to be mechanical, you can world and pray simultaneously. It will not be a hindrance to any of your tasks rather it will make you stronger in your endeavours. Simply saying in your heart, “I love you God”, “I trust you God”, will create wonders!!

5. Get your children acquainted with the tagline “do not worrying”

Mother Teresa Thought

The art of living teaches us to dissolve all your worries because at the end of it, they are not going to do any good to you. Have faith in the almighty, if he has brought you into the situation, he will definitely take care of it. Let the past pass with smile because God has something special for you. Teach your children that faith in God is the key!

6. “Love people around, don’t judge them”

About Mother Teresa

If you will keep judging people, you will have no time to love them!! So, it’s important for mothers to teach their children that judging will bring good, neither to you nor to the person you are making judgement about. But, loving can create miracles and transform worst into the best!!

7. “Every Mother must teach their children to use kind words while speaking”

Teresa Mother

All the education, all the teachings and everything else is worthless, if you can’t use kind words while talking to people. Every mother should make it clear to their children that the most important lesson they can learn from their life if “speaking kind words”.

Celebrate Mother’s Day 2018 – Inspirational Mother’s Day Quotes

What is it that makes a Mother Strong?

Every time you smile, I draw a lot of strength from the heavens!! What is astounding about a mother-child relationship is that little creature keeps on pouring the incredible strength in its mother’s life. Probably, it’s her little glittering eyes whose shining bright light fills every cell of a mother with sublime energy.

Mothers Day

The profoundly deep and innocence of her child remains in her heart for all of her life and she keeps nurturing it. As long as she lives, she lives with the incredible strength of fighting anything for bringing happiness in her child’s life.

Here’s how a mother, at every stage of her child’s life keeps multiplying on her strength…..

1. When she comes to know that she is Pregnant

Mothers Day Celebration

The day she comes to know that her baby is somewhere inside her, it makes her feel delighted. There’s a special strength that she begins developing and that prepares her for being the best and the strongest mother. From that very day she starts feeling the strength to take up the pain of having her child.

2. When she gives birth to her child

Mother's Day

We are not aware of the fact but giving birth to a child is equal to getting 20 bones fractures at the same time. It is so very painful but a mother bears this pain with such strength that is incomparable and she brings out that strength from the kind of connection that she feels from her child. When she holds her child in her arms, she forgets everything that she had to go through. That happiness empowers her!!

3. The first few years of her Motherhood

Mother's Day Celebration

The few years of giving birth to the child are really very trying as it brings so much of transformations into a mother’s days and in nights. She is the one who has to do every little thing for her child and for that she has to make big changes in her schedule. Days and nights become same for her and she will have to take all the care for the child from mid-night to the early morning. And, the beautiful thing is that she just gets the strength to take up the responsibility with happiness.

4. When she watches growing up her child

Mother day

It’s not any exaggeration but the kind of strength that a mother has to fight with anyone for making every little dream of her child a truth is unparallel. She might not have been able to do something that she loved doing the most but she will make all the efforts to make it happen for her child. In her eyes her child is the most beautiful gift that she could ever get from heaven.

5. When her Child turns into a big grown-up person

Mother day

No matter how old you grow, your mother will always be there helping and guiding in every thick and thins. Some of the most incredible moments that you can spend in the times of happiness and in the times of despair or joy is only with you mother. God blesses her with all the strength to help her with the best advice that she could. Even if you have your children you can always feel the warmth of your mother’s lap.

A mother is a reservoir of energy, a powerhouse of love and the strongest thread of strength that fills the life of his children with happiness and merriment. It is the beautiful bond that God has created between a mother and child that gives her the strength to face all the pain and hardships in process of being a mother.

Mother’s day 2018 is approaching fast and it will be celebrated on 13th of May that is probably a month far. You must not forget to make your mother feel special with delighting Mother’s day quotes, wishes and messages for Mother.

Cheers to the strength of a Mother!!


How a mother at every stage nurtures your life?

A mother is someone who nurtures a person at every stage of his/her life!! No matter, you are a child or a grown up individual if you are in your 50s or 60s, a mother will always be a mother. With all her love and affections, she goads her child without offending or arousing their ire.

mother day

A mother is your best friend, your secret keeper, your support in all the circumstances of life and the fulcrum of your strength. You are entangled into some type of circumstances and you can expect no one but your mother is the person who will always be there to show you the right path in life. The love of a mother is perennial and it remains untainted, fresh and merrily intact as long as she lives.

Here’s how a mother helps her child at every stage of his/her life and brings in merriment in every circumstances of life…..

During Your Childhood

Mothers Day

The love and affection that a mother bestows upon her child is the something that remains for rest of your life. At times, we don’t realize but it is the tenderness of the mother’s love that nurtures us such that we become the best version of ourselves. She is only one person who will understand the unspoken language of her child. The bond is simply an out-of-the-world feeling that grows every second and every day.

When you are a teenager

mother day celebration

Teenagers often face a lot of problems because there are a lot of things happening for the first time in their loves. In the long run they even make a lot of mistakes and they are often not able to find out a way to mend those mistakes. It is where a mother comes into play and helps her growing up child deal with all of his problems without judging them for any of the mistakes she/he has committed. A mother is the best counselor, the best friend and the best solution to each her teenage child.

During your adulthood

happy mothers day

When you are an all grown up person, and you are mindful enough to take all your decisions then you need a friend who can hang around with you, who can be your best friend and who can patiently listen to all your craps. And, even at that time, it is your mother who will be your best companion, be it at the shopping corner or at the nearby restaurant or to a party.

During your Old age

Mothers day celebration

And, even when you yourself are parent to your children, you will most need your mother to narrate all your success or story of the despair. And, that is because a child is still there somewhere inside you and you want to see that perfect smile once again on the face of someone special like your mother, when you have something special to reveal to the world.

And, the duty of your mother will never ends towards you!! She will be the first person to be happy at your success and sad at your distresses. She will always be there to goad you at every stage of your life, no matter what. Here at mothersdaycelebration.com you can get to read various stories and information related mother and her love.