Father's Day 2022: Know the importance, history and significance of the celebration

written by Ritika Nath | June 18, 2022

Father's Day 2022: Fathers are superhuman who work tirelessly to ensure the physical and financial well-being of their families. As a reason, Father's Day is a day dedicated to them. Father's Day is observed every year on the third Sunday in June, which is June 19 this year.

Father's Day honours not only biological fathers, but also father figures who help form our minds and give our dreams wings.

Father’s Day celebration around the world

Around the world, Father's Day is celebrated on various days. It is usually celebrated on the third Sunday in June in the United States, although it is also celebrated in India and other nations.

Although it is observed on the third Sunday of June in most countries. On March 19, countries such as Italy and Portugal commemorate Father's Day. It is commemorated on August 8 in Taiwan and December 5 in Thailand, which is the birthday of their former King Bhumibol Adulyadej. On the first Sunday in September, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Papua New Guinea commemorate Father's Day.

However, in India Father's Day 2022 will be observed on June 19.

ALSO READ: Karan Johar gets 'pout shamed' by his son Yash Johar; celeb reacts

History of Father’s Day

Sonora Smart, the daughter of famed American Civil War hero William Jackson Smart, is recognized with creating this special day. Sonora's mother died while giving birth to her sixth child in Spokane, Washington. Sonora raised her younger brother, nearly acting as a mother to her brothers, with the help of her father.

Significance of Father’s Day

It is the day when we appreciate the significance of a father's participation in a child's life. This is a day that children look forward to and use to make their fathers feel special. Children buy presents and write cards to express their love. Some spend the day with their fathers performing activities and having fun. This day provides an excellent opportunity for people to strengthen their bonds with their father.

ALSO READ: Afsana Khan reveals ‘BIG’ thing about Sidhu Moose Wala’s song ‘The Last Ride’

You may also like