How To Insert Date Format Mm/dd/yyyy In MySQL Database

Hello every one,
                  I have a problem while inserting the date format like  mm/dd/yyyy in mySQL. It is showing the date format error.and my requirement is to enter like this format from front-end(,C#) and i am using mySQL as database.

                  any help would be greatly appriaciated.

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