Father’s Day in India

FATHER’S DAY

FATHER’S DAY is celebrated every year in the third Sunday in the month of JUNE. On this auspicious day, we have to take head bath, and we have to pray to God as to this day should be a wonderful day for us. Then, we have to kneel down before our parents and we have to touch their feet and get blessings from them. Then, after getting blessings from them, we will go to temple and pray to God as to this day should be a wonderful day for me and my parents. There should not be any troubles; any quarrels that should come within us. Then, after praying to God, we will go to our home. Then, my mother will prepare breakfast for us at around 9 A.M. Then, my mother will serve breakfast for us at around 10 A.M. After eating the breakfast which is prepared by my mother, we will see T.V. for some time. In T.V. they will telecast some talk show at around 10 A.M. we will eat our breakfast simultaneously by watching the talk show. They will talk about one topic. Three people will talk in favor of the topic and three people will talk against the topic. There will be a judge to tell about his opinion. Sometimes, he will support those people who talk in favor of a topic or he will support those people who talk against that topic. Sometimes, he will be unbiased and he will support those three people who talk in favor of the topic and at the same time, he will also support those three people who talk against the topic. The talk show will be conducted in an auditorium and for seeing this talk show in live, the individual should book tickets one month before the show. He may book the tickets by going to one auditorium in where the channel broadcaster will sell the tickets. The price of the tickets may range from Rs.5000 to Rs.10, 000. I am not sure of the exact value of the ticket. This program will be broadcasted by the T.V. channel, who is organizing this talk show. There will be tons and tons of people in the auditorium, who may have booked the tickets previously through online or some of them, will go personally to the ticket counter and book the tickets in advance to see that talk show in person and also to see that talk show in live. Then, when this program gets over, they will telecast some new movie at 11 A.M. which was released recently. Only one month may have happened for that movie which hit the theatre screens. Then, we will watch that new movie which we did not see in theatre. Then, I and my mother will give a gift to my Father which we have bought for him and make him get shocked and also we will make him get surprised. He will be very happy when he sees that gift which I and my mother have purchased for my father. Then, my mother will prepare lunch for us at around 1 P.M. My mother will finish cooking by around 2 P.M. and she will serve the lunch at around 2 P.M. Generally, my mother will prepare some special food like Japanese Fried Rice, Vegetable Biryani, Kushka, Coconut milk Rice, Tamarind Rice etc. We will eat lunch at around 2 P.M. or so and after eating lunch, my father will take a nap for a while. When he wakes up at around 6 P.M. or so, we will see T.V. In T.V. they will telecast some new movie which we have never seen. We will see that movie. That movie duration will be from 6 P.M. to 10 P.M. We will be awake till 10 P.M. or we will be awake till the movie ends whichever is later. Then, when the movie gets over, we will switch off the T.V. and we will go to sleep. This “FATHER’S DAY” was first introduced and also practiced by Germans. Because, only the Germans was the one who will call their country and also call their country land as “FATHER LAND”. In those days, Germany was ruled only by “Kings” and not by “Queens”. There was no power for the Queens, so, the full power was vested with the Kings. So, for this reason, Germany was called as “FATHER LAND” because the full power was vested with the “Kings” and not with the “Queens”. So, more importance is given to fathers in Germany and also more importance is given to men in Germany and also more importance is given to celebrate “Father’s Day” in Germany.