Father’s day 2021: Celebration In USA, UK, India
Every year Father’s Day is on the 3rd Sunday of the month of June and this year in 2021, Father’s Day will be celebrated on 20th June 2021. But in different countries, it is celebrated on different days. There is a story behind celebrating Father’s Day. Fathers Day was celebrated for the first time on 5th July 1908.
When will Father’s Day be celebrated in 2021
Although Father’s Day is celebrated on different dates around the world, most countries celebrate this day on the third Sunday of June. In America, India, and Canada, this day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June. This year Father’s Day will be celebrated in India on 20th June.
Why is Father’s Day celebrated?
People all over the world celebrate Father’s Day as an occasion to thank, honor and pay tribute to the father. On this day children give their most popular gift to their dad and try to make him feel special.
Father’s Day History
Father’s Day is celebrated in different ways in every country. There is a lot of story behind this in history. In this we are going to tell you 3 main stories of Father’s Day which are quite popular.
For the first time, Father’s Day was celebrated on 19 June 1910 in America by Ms. Sonora Smart was celebrated to honor Dodd’s father. Sonora’s father William Smart was a planet war veteran. His wife died while giving birth to their sixth child.
After the death of his wife, he single-handedly raised his Six children by raising them. After Williams Smart passed away, her daughter Sonora wanted Father’s Day to be celebrated on the day her father Williams died on June 5. But due to some reasons, this day was referred to as the third Sunday of June. Since then, people around the world have been celebrating Father’s Day on the third Sunday of June.
Father’s Day Story
The Story of Father’s Day Father’s Day was first celebrated in America on July 5, 1908, in Fairmont City, Virginia State. Father’s Day was celebrated for the first time in the US state of Virginia on 5 July 1908 in memory of 361 men who died in a coal mine explosion in December 1907. Father’s Day was officially recognized as a national holiday in 1972 during the reign of President Nixon.
Over the years, the Father’s Day festival has gained amazing popularity. Today it is considered a secular festival and is celebrated in large numbers not only in the US but around the world including Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, France, Norway, Germany, New Zealand, Japan, and India.
Father’s Day Quotes:
1. “Those who are lucky have the father’s hand on their heads,
When the insistence is fulfilled, everything is with the Dad”
2. “The bet always smiled after losing father,
Now I understand that chess victory
Father’s scolding may be bitter but it is as beneficial as a medicine”
3. “Every daughter aspires to have the same life partner as her father.
The happiness of a daddy doubles when he starts getting recognized by the work of his son”