Festivals that Needs Your Attention and Deserves a Place in Your Heart
Though, throughout the year, we come across festivals and occasions, that need our prime notice. Still, there are certain festivals and occasions, that need our attention, and that too urgently. Why? Because not only are these events celebrate those relationships, which are often underrated, but also they give us a reason to celebrate life, a little more.
Let us have a look at varied such occasions. The list below is in no particular order-
Father’s Day- This occasion was an invention of the Catholic countries of Europe, where Father’s Day is celebrated on March 19 every year. Whereas in other parts of the world, Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June. This occasion was invented to honour the duties of a father and of course their importance in our lives. So, this year adore your father with a gift of his choice.
Mother’s Day- Another occasion that was born out of love for mothers. Their sacrifices and devotion to making their kids a successful and good human being has been the reason for this day. In different parts of the world, Mother’s Day is celebrated on different dates, primarily in March and May. So, this year praise your mother’s hard-work with some Mothers day flowers.
Siblings Day- Now how can you leave this bond behind when you are celebrating the other relationships! Witnessed in many parts of the U.S. on April 10, Siblings Day is another reason to celebrate your fights and giggles with your sibling. This day was invented in honour to cherish all those moments; you have spent with your sibling. In India, siblings day is celebrated in the form of Raksha Bandhan.
Grandparents Day- Obviously, how can the list be ever completed without our favourite storytellers of all the times? This day holds a crucial place in the list, because often when people grow old, their own family abandons them. And thus, this day was invented to spread the awareness of the elderly people around us. Celebrated on the second Sunday in September, this day needs to be celebrated by all.
Daughter’s Day- To spread the awareness about the girl child, Daughter’s Day came into being. Celebrated on the fourth Sunday of September, this day was strictly made to spread for the girl child. Especially in a country like ours, where girls are considered as the burden and impure, this event makes sure to spread positives of having a girl child.
Children’s Day- Experienced on November 14 in India, this day celebrates the children around us and also the birth of Lt. Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. Being the lover of kids, Nehru Ji dedicated his birthday to the children of the nation. His belief was such that today’s children are the leaders of tomorrow. So, keeping the same in mind, every year, India witnesses the leaders of tomorrow.
Teacher’s Day- India has always been a nation where every relationship is worshipped with respect and love. One such relationship is of a teacher with its students. Celebrated on September 5, every year, this day in India marks the birth of Lt. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. His excellence work towards the education system of India has made him one of the most respected teachers of all times.
All these days have an important impact on our mindset and life. Thus, celebrating these days and relationships with care and love becomes quite crucial. So, the next time whenever you find these days approaching, plan for them as much as you will plan for a festival.