March 23, 2017
In case you’ve been living on another planet for the past few days, you’ll probably know that Mother’s Day is arriving once again this Sunday. As we all know, Mother’s Day is a celebration that honours the mother of the family, as well as motherhood. The day is celebrated on many different days in many parts of the world, mostly the months of March or May.
The United Kingdom celebrates Mother’s Day on the fourth Sunday of Lent. Most historians believe that Mothering Sunday evolved from the 16th-century, it was a Christian practice of visiting one’s mother church annually on Laetare Sunday. A result of this tradition was most mothers were reunited with their children when young. Because of the influence of the American Mother’s Day, Mother’s Day Sunday transformed into the tradition of showing appreciation to your mother.
The modern term for Mother’s Day has been slowly added to Indian culture, and it is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May. Indians do not celebrate as a religious event, and it is celebrated only in urban centres.
Mother’s Day for Nawaab means taking your mum out for a beautiful evening of Pakistani and Indian food! Our restaurant is all you can eat, with a great price, a great seating plan and a great menu. We have a huge catering system giving you a wide range of different foods to try, our dining room creates an elegant evening for you and your mother figure.
If you’re thinking about taking your mother out for a meal on Mother’s Day, book a table with us while we still have some available! Royal Nawaab is one of the best Indian restaurants Manchester has to offer, and we’ll make your Mother’s Day that little extra special.