Fatherís Day


Fatherís Day is celebrated every year on the 3rd Sunday in June. The idea for creating a day for children to honour their fathers began in Spokane, Washington. A woman named Sonora Smart Dodd thought of the idea for Father's Day while listening to a Motherís Day sermon in 1909. Having been raised by her father, Henry Jackson Smart, after her mother died, Sonora wanted him to know how special he was to her. Her father was born in June, so she chose to hold the first Father's Day celebration in Spokane, Washington on the 19th of June 1910.

Fatherís Day is the celebration for that one person in your life, who is there for you at every stage, helping you, making you secure and ensuring you enjoy all pleasures of life. This day is an occasion to recall those endless pains; he has taken for your upbringing, that very special icon, your Father or your Dad. This day not just calls for an honour to your Father, but to all men who have acted as a fatherly figure in your life.

Your Father was there for your first step, your first fall, and you can count on him to be there when you need him next. Your biggest hero deserves your biggest thanks. There is no better way to show your gratitude to your Father than to pamper him with a variety of gifts packs from the American Dry Fruits collection ranging from the rich dry fruits in presentation boxes, or the popular range of mithai made from choicest dry fruits, milk, cardamom and saffron. Or simply splurge on the delectable range of almond, cashew and fig chocolates to truly recognize your Fatherís efforts to make you a successful individual.


Dry Fruit Chocolates & Mithais for Father's Day


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