Father’s Day 2021: History and 4 Gifts Ideas to Celebrate Fatherhood

Father’s Day around the world is celebrated on the third Sunday of June. It is the day to appreciate and acknowledge the role of Father and Father figures in one’s life.

The story behind recognizing the day is an interesting one too. As early as 1910, a woman named Sonora Dodd who had lost her mother and was cared for by her father had urged the Spokane Ministerial Alliance to commemorate June 5 (which was her father’s birthday) in honor of fatherhood.

Her profound love and gratitude for her father; propelled by a sermon about the incident of Anna Jarvis, who founded Mother’s Day, drove her to conceive of Father’s Day. Later, the church chose the third Sunday of June that year, to honor her request and celebrated the first Father’s Day on 19 June 1910.

One might not be able to give all that a parent does for their child, but a little gratitude can make their day.

Here are some really fun and useful father’s day gifts to make your Father happy:


The new colorful socks are changing the fashion trends for men. They are fun and quirky, amazing for fathers who are fashionable trendsetters. Get your fathers out of those boring black and grey socks; put them into the world of colors!!


Most fathers spend hours on their phones now, way more than a millennial would. Making their Facebook and work from home journey a little more convenient with wireless ear pods are just the right fit for situations like now.


Who doesn’t enjoys pampering? Brands have made it simple to send care packages to people we love. Father’s Day care packages range from edible food baskets to premium skincare products. Pick one that works best for your dad!


If your father is a foodie, this is probably the best way to show your gratitude to him. If you are somewhat a pro in the kitchen, make a spread of food that your father enjoys eating. If it the other way round, order in delicious cuisines from his favourite place to eat and celebrate together.

If You Like This Story, Support NYOOOZ



Your support to NYOOOZ will help us to continue create and publish news for and from smaller cities, which also need equal voice as much as citizens living in bigger cities have through mainstream media organizations.

Related Articles