“I am unable to consider any need in early childhood as strong as the requirement for a father’s protection.” – Sigmund Freud.

Recall the days growing up, whenever you accustomed to watch for your father to become home at night? Whenever you would jump into his arms … share your day’s exploits with him? And just how with patience he’d hear to any or all your tales? How easily he’d solve probably the most intricate problems? You’d know his arrival through the sheer knock around the door… you understood it had been him. You understood him by his body odor – that soothing one which always appeared to reassure you he was near. You understood him by his touch, his sounds, his gait …… you understood him by instinct.

The image remains same. With time and across geographical locations – the image of a kid associated with his/her father remains unaltered. Whichever corner around the globe you belong the areas of relationship together with your father never appears to alter – the games you performed with him outside, the lengthy drives, the you learnt …. their email list really is limitless.

It’s this universality of the father-child relationship which makes Fathers Day a worldwide event. While dates vary across regions, the same is true the word what of wishing your father a “Happy Father’s Day”.

This is the way you’d say “Happy Father’s Day” in various languages –

1) Spanish – Día de padres feliz

2) Russian – ?????????? ???? ?????

3) Portuguese – Dia de pais feliz

4) Italian – Giorno di padri felice

5) German – Glücklicher Vatertag

6) French – Jour de pères heureux

7) Nederlander – De gelukkige Dag van Vaders

Although most countries celebrate Fathers Day based on the American custom, around the third Sunday of June, however there are several regions where Fathers day is well known on other dates. Argentina, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, France, A holiday in greece, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Ireland, Singapore, Slovakia, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Trinidad and Tobago, Poultry, Uk, Venezuela, Zimbabwe all stick to the American custom ( third Sunday of June) while Austria, Belgium and Panama And Nicaragua , celebrate the big event around the second Sunday of June. Within the southern hemisphere – New zealand and australia celebrate Father’s Day around the first Sunday of September. Russia celebrates the big event on 23rd Feb during China Father’s Day is well known around the eighth of August. Some countries again possess a religious aspect for this event. While Iran celebrates Father’s Day according yto the Islamic calendar on 13 Rajab, Germany follows the Scriptural date of Ascension Day-to celebrate the big event. This season ( 2007) the date was on May 17.