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When is the Father’s Day in 2014

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Like Mother’s Day, Father’s Day is also celebrated all over the world, to honour the fathers and show respect towards them. Many countries around the world celebrate this occasion on the third Sunday of the June, but it is also celebrated generally on other days in some countries. Father’s day was formed to accompany the mother’s day, and on that day people present their father with a beautiful gift and tell their father how they care about him, and they haven’t forgotten him and show some respect towards him. As it happens every year that father’s day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June, so it is expected that it will be celebrated on June 15, 2014.

Happy Father's Day 2014
History of Father’s Day

Father’s day was inducted in the USA in the early of 20th century as a supplement of the Mother’s Day, and show respect and credit the fathers. Anna Jarvis is the one who promoted the Mother’s day and gain unbelievable success in it , and after this someone gave the idea about the holidays for the other family members, and Father’s day was the choice that was mostly liked by the people.

Anna Jarvis mother's daySonora Dodd was given the credit as a founder of the Father’s day, but the true reality is that the Father’s day was the independent thought of many persons in the US.

Sonora Dodd father's dayFather’s day was founded in 1910 in Spokane by Sonora Dodd, the first Father’s day was celebrated on 19 June 1910. Her father was the Civil War trouper, and he raised his six children as their mother was dead in the war. After she hears about the Jarvis’ Mother’s Day, she told the people that fathers should have the similar holiday, so that we can honor them. First it was suggested that June 5 will be a Father’s day, but later it was celebrated on the third Sunday of June.

Father’s Day in Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and Venezuela

Different countries in the world have different dates for the father’s day, and we have gathered a complete list of these countries and we have arranged them in the form of a table.

Countries Date of Father’s Day
Argentina Third Sunday of June
Aruba Third Sunday of June
Australia First Sunday of September
Austria Second Sunday of June
Belgium Second Sunday of June
Brazil Second Sunday of August
Canada Third Sunday of June
China Third Sunday of June
Costa Rica 19th of March
Denmark 5th of June
Finland Second Sunday of November2
Hong Kong Third Sunday of June
Hungary Third Sunday of June
India Third Sunday of June
Ireland Third Sunday of June
Iran 13th of Rajab
Italy 19th of March
Japan Third Sunday of June
Kenya Third Sunday of June
Korea 8th of May
Macau Third Sunday of June
Malaysia Third Sunday of June
Mexico Third Sunday of June
New zealand First Sunday of September
Norway Second Sunday of November
Pakistan Third Sunday of June
Portugal 19th of March
South Africa Third Sunday of June
Spain 19th of March
Turkey Third Sunday of June
United Kingdom Third Sunday of June
United States Third Sunday of June
Venezuela Third Sunday of June

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