Daughter’s Day: Know why ‘Daughter’s Day is celebrated and what is its importance?


Daughters Day 2021 As the name suggests this day belongs to daughters. Different countries celebrate Daughters Day on different days. But in India, it is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of September. Which is today i.e. 26th September this year. This day is a special day for daughters around the world. There is a saying that sons carry forward the lineage, but the beauty of the house comes only from the laughter of daughters.

The closer a daughter is to her mother, the more is her father’s love and affection. For any daughter, her father is her superhero. Who can save him from any trouble? The name of these daughters is today’s special day.

History of Daughter’s Day
Although ‘Daughter’s Day is celebrated on different days all over the world, but in India, this day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of September. Sunday was chosen to celebrate Daughters Day in India so that parents can spend more time with their daughters and make this day special for them.

Even today, there are many areas of the world where a distinction is made between men and women. So the governments of some countries, in an effort to encourage equality, decided to make Daughter’s Day a nationally accepted festival. Every human being is equal in the eyes of the government and it was necessary to make people aware of this too.


Significance of ‘Daughter’s Day’
The importance of Daughter’s Day is that do not consider daughters less than anyone. Give them equal rights too. On this day the success of daughters across the country is appreciated. As it falls on a Sunday, so daughters and parents have a chance to spend time with each other.

How to celebrate ‘Daughters Day’?
This year due to the corona pandemic, the ceremony may be celebrated with less fanfare around the world. But on this day you can bless your daughters and wish them a successful life. Embrace their ideas, and let them know how proud you are of them.