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- Today, June 19, is going to be celebrated as Father’s Day in most of the countries of the world. Though in a very few countries, Father’s Day is commemorated on different days. Like Mother’s Day, Father’s Day is also celebrated with great enthusiasm.In our society, parents are the backbone of the family as well as society. They used to sacrifice their lives for the betterment of children. So the children should be careful of their parents. They are obviously indebted to them. Because of this, it’s observed in society as Father’s Day.Father’s Day is a holiday of honouring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society. In Catholic countries of Europe, it has been celebrated on March 19 as Saint Joseph’s Day since the Middle Ages.
In the United States, Father's Day was founded by Sonora Smart Dodd, and celebrated on the third Sunday of June for the first time in 1910. The day is held on various dates across the world, and different regions maintain their own traditions of honouringit. Father’s Day is a recognised public holiday in Lithuania and some parts of Spain and was regarded as such in Italy until 1977. It is a national holiday in Estonia, Samoa, and equivalently in South Korea, where it is celebrated as Parents’ Day. The holiday complements similar celebrations honouring family members, such as Mother’s Day, Siblings Day, and Grandparents’ Day.Early historyFor centuries, the Eastern Orthodox Church has appointed the second Sunday before Nativity as the Sunday of the Forefathers to commemorate the ancestors of Christ according to the flesh, starting with Adam and emphasising the Patriarch Abraham, to whom God said,In thy seed shall all of the nations of the earth be blessed— Genesis 12:3, 22:18This feast can fall between December 11 and 17. This feast includes the ancestors of Mary, mother of Jesus and various prophets.A customary day for the celebration of fatherhood in Catholic Europe is known to date back to at least 1508. It is usually celebrated on March 19, as the feast day of Saint Joseph, who is referred to as the fatherly Nutritor Domini (“Nourisher of the Lord”) in Catholicism and “the putative father of Jesus” in southern European tradition.This celebration was brought to the Americas by the Spanish and Portuguese. The Catholic Church actively supported the custom of a celebration of fatherhood on St. Joseph’s Day from either the last years of the 14th century or from the early 15th century, apparently on the initiative of the Franciscans.. In the Coptic Orthodox Church, the celebration of fatherhood is also observed on St Joseph’s Day, but the Copts observe this on July 20. The Coptic celebration may date back to the fifth century.Whether to celebrate this day worldwide or not remains a debatable topic. In 1908, Grace Golden Clayton proposed the day to honour those men who had lost their lives in a mining accident in the US. Though it was not accepted then, in 1909 Sonora Smart Dodd, who along with her five brothers was raised by her father alone, after attending Mother’s Day in a church, convinced the Spokane Ministerial Association to celebrate Father’s Day worldwide.Hindu CalendarDefinitionSample DateCountry/ TerritoryBhadrapada AmavasyaGokarna. Happy Father’s Day 2022: Here’s a list of wishes and quotes to share with your father and father figures on this day and let them know that they will always be your heroes.Happy Father’s Day 2022: Wishes, quotes to share with your fatherPublished on Jun 18, 2022 09:35 AM ISTByTapatrisha Das, DelhiHappy Father’s Day 2022: The special day is almost here. This year, Father’s Day will be celebrated on June 19. On this day, the fathers and the father figures of our lives are acknowledged and their impact on our lives are appreciated. Fathers are always our hero – they teach us the importance of resilience and dedication. From growing up perched on our fathers’ shoulders to watching them be our best friends to running to them every time we face a problem in life – they are our first love and our idol. On Father’s Day, their efforts in making our lives better and easier are recognised.ALSO READ: Father’s Day 2022: Ways to build better relationship with your dadThis is the day to pamper our fathers and let them know that without them, we are nothing. On this day, children prepare gifts and plan the day to make their father and father figures feel special. We have curated a list of wishes and quotes that you can share with your father on this day and let them know how much they mean to you. Take a look:Happy Father’s Day to my first love and my hero. Without you, I would have never learnt the importance of dedication, focus and the strive to be better in life.“I believe that what we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments, when they aren’t trying to teach us. We are formed by little scraps of wisdom.” ― Umberto Eco, Foucault’s PendulumRELATED STORIESFather’s Day 2022: Ways to build better relationship with your dadHappy Father’s Day 2022: Date, history, significance, celebration of fatherhood. Happy Father’s Day 2022: Healthy habits all dads should adopt to live long. Happy Father’s Day 2022: Gift ideas to pamper your dad Spice of Life | Celebrating new-age dads and old-time equations. Father’s Day 2022: PM Modi’s heartwarming tribute to mother Heeraben on 100th birthday. Happy Father’s Day: Workout tips for men over 40“I believe that what we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments, when they aren’t trying to teach us. We are formed by little scraps of wisdom.” ― Umberto Eco, Foucault’s PendulumYou’re my hero, dad. From watching the world under the safe cocoon of your arms to watching you be the wind beneath my wings, there’s no one like you.“Sometimes I think my papa is an accordion. When he looks at me and smiles and breathes, I hear the notes.” ― Markus Zusak, The Book Thief“Sometimes I think my papa is an accordion. When he looks at me and smiles and breathes, I hear the notes.” ― Markus Zusak, The Book ThiefHappy Father’s Day to the best dad in the world. Every child thinks that their dad is the best and none of them are wrong! You’re my favourite human.“That was when the world wasn’t so big and I could see everywhere. It was when my father was a hero and not a human.” ― Markus Zusak, I Am the Messenger“That was when the world wasn’t so big and I could see everywhere. It was when my father was a hero and not a human.” ― Markus Zusak, I Am the Messenger“The heart of a father is the masterpiece of nature.” ― Prevost Abbe, Manon Lescaut“The heart of a father is the masterpiece of nature.” ― Prevost Abbe, Manon LescautYou’re the one I run to in case of problems, and also when I am super excited to share a happy news. You’re my main man. Happy Father’s Day.“There is nothing that moves a loving father’s soul quite like his child’s cry.” ― Joni Eareckson Tada“There is nothing that moves a loving father’s soul quite like his child’s cry.” ― Joni Eareckson TadaHappy Father’s Day! May this day bring to you happiness, prosperity and a long life. You’re the best!Happy Father’s Day.
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Satyajit Roy, the great film – director, Painter and Writer recollected his early life and his contemporary Kolkata in his book” Jakhon Choto Chilam ( When I was a little boy ) . In Indian film world he became legendary figure creating new horizons and awarded’Oscar’ which is topmost prize like ‘Nobel’ in this sector. He was a meritorious and fabulous director in film direction . His Sakaler sabdhane, Apur Sangsar, Aparajita, Nayak , Debi are some of the great films which are the treasures of Indian films.
Apart from that, he was an eminant writer in Bengali Literature, specially in the field of adventurous short story and fiction. Some of his writings were being converted into films and become famous .
¶ Satyajit Roy was grown up in a family where specially cultivation of literature took place in regular basis. His both grandmother and father was a big name in Bengali Literature. In every Bengali reading room there’s their books like Aabol Tabol and the books of rhymes. They’ve their own printing press from where The Sandesh – a children’s magazine had been published by his father Sukumar Roy . Sometimes it was stopped , but Satyajit Roy again starts it publication . It’s one of the oldest and probably best children magazine in India.
¶ Roy’s famous writings are as follows: Badshahi Aangti , Braziler Kalo Bagh , Koilashe Kelengkari , Molla Nasiruddiner Golpo , Jakhon Choto Chilam, Kato Kandi Kathmundute , Royal Bengal Rahosso , Sayam Professor Shankar, Shanku Aekai 100 , Sabas Professor Shanku , Sonar Kella (film), Professor Shanku, Pikur Diary, Kanchanjangha (film), Nayak (film), Feluda & Company, Fotik Chand , Darjeeling Jamjamat, Joy baba Felunath (film), Gangtake Gandogol, Tarini Khuror Kirtikalap, Baksho Rahosso, Tintoretor Jishu , Nayan Rahosso etc..
Like Nirod C Chowdhury Satyajit started his literary journey at late . Nirod C Chowdhury started his writings at the age of 50, Satyajit at 40 . Before that he never thought about writing essays, short stories, poems, novels and so on. Actually he first started his career in advertising company. Also engaged in book get up drawings . Painting was his hobby. Suddenly he decided to make films . During this time his friend ,TheVeteran Poet Subhash Mukhopaddhay ( Jnanpith Awardee) oneday came to him and told in course of their discussion that it would be better to republish the Sandesh in new dress which was stopped after his father’s death. Being influenced he told that it’s a good idea and supported Mr. Subhas Mukhopaddhay. Satyajit gave his consent and within few months Sandesh reborn in a new dress. But even that time Roy didn’t think about his writing calibre . Though he was one of the Editor of this magazine.
Probably his writing journey starts in need of the articles of the magazine. His debut writing is a translation , can say it transcription of the Limerick of Edward Lior. Gradually he composed some short stories to fulfill the demand of the Sandesh like Feluda, Shankus Diary etc. . Thus he wrote a lot and enriched the Bengali Literature. to be continued