Father Day 2021

Fathers Day is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of June. This day is celebrated to admire the men who have adopted the crucial role of fatherhood. This year, Fathers Day will be observed on 20th June. Find more information about Father’s Day History, Activities, Quotes, Messages, Wishes, Pictures, Cake, Craft, Gift, and Recipes.

Fathers Day is not an official holiday in many countries, except for Thailand because father’s day observed on the Birthday of the late king, which is a national holiday. In many countries, Father’s Day is celebrated on a Sunday, thus many organizations are already closed and only a few are open for work.

The public transport system follows the same weekend schedules. Eating places are busier than a usual day because many people prefer to take their father out for a dinner, therefore, advanced booking is essential to secure a place in your father’s favorite restaurant.

Valentine Day Wishes

Valentines Day

Valentines Day is celebrated on 14th February. Find more information about  Valentine’s Day History, Facts, and Origin, Activities & ideas, Wishes & Messages, Songs, Movies, Cakes, Gift ideas for Man, Gift Ideas for Woman, Valentine’s Day in lockdown, and many more.


Valentine’s Day is also known as the feast of saint valentine. Valentine’s Day is a mark for love and affection. This day is mostly linked with love and romance, with millions of greeting cards exchanged between lovers every year. The Gift of flowers or a red rose is sent with love messages to a near or dear one and couples spend more quality time together. The celebrations of Valentine’s Day begin a week earlier with Rose Day when people communicate their feeling by exchanging roses followed by Propose Day. After that Chocolate Day and Teddy Day come when gifts of chocolates and teddy are given as a token of love.

valentine week picture

Valentines Week

Valentine’s week or love week begins on 7th February and ends on 14th February. This week is dedicated to celebrating the true passion of love, The love week begins with Rose Day following Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, Kiss Day, and finishes on Valentine’s Day.

The whole week prior to Valentine’s Day is celebrated all around the world. Valentine’s Day (the greatest day of love) is observed on the 14th of February. Lovers all around the world keenly wait for this day since this day gives them a chance to show love and affection toward the love of their life.

One rose – means love at first sight
Two roses– signifies mutual love
Three roses – means I love you
Six roses– means I want to be yours
Nine roses – mean I want to be with you forever
Ten roses – mean  perfection
Twelve roses – means be mine
Thirteen roses– means friends forever
Fifteen roses– to express apology
Twenty roses– means my feelings are sincere
Twenty-one roses- signifies I am dedicated to you
Twenty-four roses– signifies I am all yours
Twenty-five roses– Congratulations
Thirty-six roses– I am mad in your love

Forty roses– my love is genuine
Fifty roses-my love knows no bounds

Anti Valentine week 2021

Anti Valentines Week

Anti – Valentine Week begins on 15th February and ends on 21st February after Valentine’s Week every year. The Anti-Valentine Day week begins with  Slap Day following that Kick Day, Perfume Day, Flirting Day, Confession Day, Missing Day, and finishes on Break Up Day.

eid ul fitr


Eid ul Fitr celebrates the ending of Ramadan and the starting of the next lunar month (Shawwal), which is announced when a new moon has been seen or after the completion of 30 days of Ramadan if the moon is not sighted on the 29th day of fasting. The ending of Ramadan is celebrated with a big festival called Eid ul Fitr which means the festival of breaking fast.

The festival of Eid-Ul-Fitr begins the very next day after Ramadan and lasts for 3 days. Eid ul Fitr indicates the beginning of Shawwal. Many Muslims do fast for six days (the day after Eid ul Fitr) during the month of Shawwal because fasting during this time is equal to fasting throughout the entire year.



Ramadan is also named Ramazan or Ramadhan. It is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. Every year Ramadan is celebrated by Muslims around the globe. It is the month of fasting and prayers, which last for 29 to 30 days. Ramadan is a time of spiritual awakening, self-discipline, and strengthened commitment, loyalty, and devotion.


In this holy month of fasting, mosques arranged large iftars, particularly for the needy and poor people. Nightly prayers name as Tarawih are also carried out in mosques after iftar.

During Ramadan, it is common to cook special food for iftar. Moreover; Muslims arranged large iftar parties and invites guests over for iftar.