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Google Doodle celebrates Father's Day with inverted hand prints showing how a father cares about his children
Google doodle celebrates Father's Day with inverted hand prints showing how a father cares about his children.

The internet search engine giant Google today, June 17, honoured Father's Day with a painting doodle with hand prints with dinosaur heads in the colours of Google's logo.  The colourful inverted hand imprints have been to depict a caring father.

 Every year in June, the third Sunday is celebrated as Father's Day to honour the care, love, contributions and sacrifices that fathers make for the shaping the future of their children.

In India too, the celebration of Father's Day has caught up in big cities with children giving gifts, greeting cards, bouquets and special treatments to their fathers.

Father's Day is an observance that is meant to honour fathers and father-figures and celebrate the notions of fatherhood, fathering, paternal bonds, and the contribution and influence of fathers in families and society, I had written in an earlier story.

However, in metro cities of India, fathers and children are not getting ample opportunities and conducive atmosphere to develop a sustainable father-child relationship due to new lifestyles, nuclear families and odd work-hours, many fathers rue these days.

There is a need of to enhance respect for fatherhood acquired through hard work and striving. David Gottesman has rightly said, "Fathers, like mothers, are not born. Men grow into fathers and fathering is a very important stage in their development."

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