Happy Sister Day 2021 Date, Wishes, Message, Quotes, Sayings. A special Sister Day is observed on the first Sunday of the month of August and celebrated worldwide. The highlight of this gift is to collect a sister’s picture and send it to all those who love her. There are various causes for celebrating this day. Some consider it as a way to express their care for their sisters while others think of it as a platform to raise issues, interact with people and exchange views and make new friends. The followers of any religion or faith follow certain rituals to celebrate this special day, which varies from one community to another.
There are several reasons why you should observe a special day for a sister. Firstly, it allows you to feel that you are much closer to your sister than other family members. Secondly, it helps you to spend some quality time with your sister. Thirdly, it also serves as a platform to meet people who love her. Fourthly, you can also get a rare chance to share your feelings and thoughts with your sister. Lastly, the special day gives you an opportunity to renew your faith in your sister and ask for her blessings.
Happy Sister Day 2021 in India
It is observed in many countries including India and Pakistan. Earlier, in this tradition, people used to spend New Year’s Eve in the markets and malls but nowadays, they choose to spend the day at their sister’s place. They decorate the house and the gardens with flowers and chocolates. A special Indian celebration is also known as Dussehra and it takes place on the last Wednesday of the Hindu month of Makar (January) and is one of the most important festivals of India.
In the USA, there is a national Sister day celebration on the First Sunday of August. A few states celebrate Sister Day on the First Sunday of August. Chinese people believe in the fact that spring and the new year start from the same moment and so the two events are also connected.
Sunday, 1st August 2021
Sister Day 2021 Wishes, Message, Quotes, Sayings
Pakistanis also celebrate sister’s day with great fondness. They pay tribute to their sisters by celebrating the occasion with oils and their favorite dances. They also give gifts to their sisters and make them feel very special on this day. In fact, Pakistanis also believe in the concept of brother and sisterhood. So on brother day, a daughter offers sweets to her brother.
Americans and Europeans also pay a lot of respect to the special day for sisterhood. On this day, American President Barack Obama presented a family grant to a family of a single mother. The grant was made possible because of the assistance received on this special day. A European writer once said, “Sisterhood is the soul of every nation”, and if we try to understand this truth, one can easily realize what it means to be a sister.