Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in India. This year, Father’s Day falls on June 20, and it’s the perfect day to let your dad know how much he means to you. In India, Father’s Day is not a public holiday, but the day is usually celebrated with children offering gifts or cards to their fathers or father figures. This year, just like last year, Father’s Day will be celebrated in the shadow of a pandemic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make this day special for your father. While going out for a good meal may not be advisable anymore, you can make the day by cooking your favorite meal at home. Buying a gift can be difficult if you don’t want to go out too much, but you can always give it something handmade, which is all the more special for the love in it.
On Father’s Day 2021, here are some heartfelt wishes, pictures, messages and quotes you can share with your dad to let him know he matters to you:
I have never been fascinated by superheroes because I live with one! Thank you for being my rock in difficult times. Happy Father’s Day, dad.
Behind every big girl is a truly amazing father – and that’s never as true as it is for me and you. Happy Father’s Day, Dad!
A father is someone you admire, regardless of your height
Dads are very ordinary men transformed by love into heroes, adventurers, storytellers and song singers
Happy Father’s Day to the man who has always supported me, whose sacrifices made me the person I am today. I love you.
You have been my beacon in darkness, my sun in desolation. Everything I am today I owe you. Happy Father’s Day!
On this Father’s Day, I just want to let you know that everything you have done for us and continue to do is seen and appreciated. We love you, dad.
It’s easy to be a father, but it takes so much to become a father. Thanks for being the best dad ever.
“A father is the only friend we can always count on. In the hour of need, when all else fails, we remember the one on whose lap we sat when we were children, and who soothed our sorrows; and even if he is unable to assist us, his very presence serves to comfort and strengthen us. “- Émile Gaboriau
“I speak and speak and speak, and I haven’t taught people in 50 years what my father taught by example in a week.” – Mario Cuomo
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