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Father’s Day 2016: Here is the reason why this day is being celebrated

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He has been working so long for you, making struggle today for your better tomorrow but you even then thought that he has some itch with you. No doubt, father’s contribution in a child life is never lauded as it is done in the case of mother.

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As our new generation is knowing more what we haven’t thought of, they have learnt that the person who gets angry with your acts in your teenage, have suffered for your best from the first breath you took-off.

Father is the only male creation exist on Earth, who thinks more of you then you have thought for yourself, we will never get mess up in searching Father or Mother, which one is prior but yet I will convey that Father’s contribution should be lauded.

History of Father’s Day
It was celebrated first in United States in the early 20th century. It was inaugurated following the struggle of Anna Jarvis, who establish Mother’s Day. According to the reports, Father day was inaugurated on July 5,1908 in Fairmont, West Virginia. It was also produced, showing affection for deceased of the Monogah Mining Disaster in nearby Monongah killed 361 men, 250 of them were fathers. Grace Golden Clayton is known as the first one to uphold Father’s Day.

Countries celebrating Father’s Day today
As majority of countries celebrate this day on third Sunday of June, Pakistan is also among the countries celebrating it today. Some of the countries also celebrate the day on 21st June, includes Palestine, Jordan, UAE and others. Today is 21st June and 3rd Sunday, means this day is celebrated widely today on the globe.

Major Countries celebrating Third Sunday of June as Father’s Day
Kuwait, Afghanistan, Argentina, Bahrain, Bangladesh, United Kingdom, United States, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, India, Turkey and France.

Countries celebrating it on 21st June
Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Palestine, Syria, Uganda and United Arab Emirates.

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