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Writing “Father” Word in 58 Different Languages

Father In Different Languages: Saying Dad In Different Languages

After mother, ‘father’ is the word that almost all the kids learn to speak. It gives a man immense pleasure to be called ‘dad’, ‘daddy’, ‘baba’, ‘papa’ or even ‘abbu’ by his child. In fact, he eagerly waits for the moment in his life. Have you ever wondered how other children across the globe call out to their father? Do …

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Fathers Day Sayings For Students And Children

Father's Day Sayings: Famous Sayings For Fathers Day

Fathers Day Sayings For Students And Children: Fathers Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June, in majority of the countries around the world. Representing a day dedicated to all the daddies across the globe, the festival is celebrated with much fanfare and enthusiasm by each and every child. While some give presents or flowers to their dad, others …

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Fathers Day Around The World For Students

Father's Day Around The World: Worldwide Father Day Celebrations

Official holiday is declared in many countries across the world for Fathers Day, where the occasion is celebrated with fun and fervor. People in the countries regard the day as important as any other festival and take special efforts to make it a memorable one. It is a day specially set apart for the men, who have attained the supreme …

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Unique Gifts for Parents Day Celebration

Unique Gifts for Parent's Day

The word ‘Parents’ evokes in us strong feelings of love, affection and warmth. Is it not surprising that their mere presence uplifts our mood and makes us feel so safe and secure? Undoubtedly, parents have an integral role to play in raising children. It is a truth universally acknowledged that parenting is a life-long responsibility that is also the toughest …

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Journey of Indian Republic

Journey of Indian Republic

Year 1950, a salute of 21 guns and the unfurling of the Indian National flag by Dr. Rajendra Prasad heralded the historic birth of the Indian Republic on January 26, 1950; 894 days after our country became a dominion following withdrawal of British Rule. Since then, every year the day is celebrated with great pride and happiness all over the nation. …

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Republic Day Chief Guests Listing: 26 January Parade

Republic Day Chief Guests

One of the major national holidays of India, Republic Day is celebrated to remember the transition of India into a republic nation and the implementation of the Constitution of India on January 26th, 1950. A grand event is organized in the capital of New Delhi, wherein the President hoists and unfurls the Indian flag, which is followed by a massive …

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Republic Day 26 January Parade at Rajpath

Republic Day Parade

Republic Day is one of the national holidays in India celebrated on the 26th of January every year. It is considered as one of the most important days in the Indian history, as India adopted the Indian Constitution and became a sovereign, democratic and republic state on this day in 1950. The day is honored and celebrated with great joy, …

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Children’s Day Songs: Kids Bollywood Songs

Children's Day Songs: Best Bollywood Songs For Children's Day

Children’s Day is celebrated on 14th of November every year in India to mark the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru. The day is observed on Nehru’s birthday to pay tribute to him and also to celebrate his love for kids. Nehru was fondly nicknamed as “Chacha Nehru” by the kids. Different cultural events and programs are organized on this day in …

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Children’s Day Traditions In India

Children's Day Tradition - Indian Culture & Tradition

Children’s Day marks the celebration of children and childhood. This national festival is celebrated on 14th November to commemorate the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister after independence. The occasion not only pays a tribute to Nehru’s love for children, but also to this eminent figure made who played a major role in India’s struggle for independence. …

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