The International Women's Day 2020 falls on the second Sunday of March. There are lots of reasons why International Women's Day was founded, and it is vital to understand its origins to appreciate its significance today fully.
Most people know that International Women's Day celebrates women. It has been celebrated in various countries and is widely observed in many parts of the world. On this day, women are honoured and given recognition for their contributions to the world. On this day, women are honoured for their achievements and received much praise and support.
In ancient times, the Greek Goddess Athena was a figure that was revered by the ancient Egyptians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, and many other various cultures. Because of the worship of the goddess Athena, on this day, she was known as Feminine Athena.
In Ancient Greece, Demeter was the patron goddess of the birth of gods, and her temple was called Demeter's temple. This was the female equivalent of Mount Olympus.
Years to refine the celebration
Over the years, as women began to be acknowledged as equals, on this day, they were recognized as Mother Earth Goddesses. Today, there are many different symbols of Goddesses that are popularly used in business, homes, schools, and other places around the world.
Goddess symbols are used in various religions, and there are several of them that include all the attributes of the goddess: fertility, health, creativity, light, protection, and more. They are used to help people bring their natural gifts into their lives.
From ordinary women to goddess
In modern society, we see women as equals, but they are more than that women are powerful in their own rights. A woman should know that she brings life into the world and can, therefore, be regarded as a goddess if you look at it religiously. We chose to celebrate it with 15% off on our women's apparel collection.