Fathers Day

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Fathers Day
India
Fathers Day

Father's Day is not a native tradition in India; rather, it has been adopted under the influence of the Western world. It is observed on the third Sunday of June and is not considered a public holiday. This celebration is predominantly acknowledged in major cities like Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Pune, Kolkata, and others. Notably, it holds particular significance in the North Eastern state of Nagaland and Kerala, where special prayers are conducted during Sunday services. Originally observed in the United States in 1908, Father's Day gradually gained popularity, and Indian metropolitan cities later embraced the occasion. In India, the day is typically marked by children expressing their appreciation with gifts such as greeting cards, electronic gadgets, shirts, gold necklaces, coffee mugs, or books for their fathers.