There is a little boy inside the man who is my brother… Oh, how I hated that little boy. And how I love him too.” – Anna Quindlen.
Although all the members of the family love each other, but brother’s attachment is different. Your relationship with your brother is sweet and sour. It is a Tom- Jerry’s relationship. Most of the fights also happen with them and when you have to save yourself from the scolding of your parents, brothers are at the forefront. Brothers, elders or younger, are always protective of their sisters. At the same time, there is a bonding like friends between brothers. Brother is your best friend, who stays with you all your life and wants to do anything for your good. To celebrate the unconditional love of brothers, Brothers Day is celebrated every year on the 24th of May. Brothers Day is celebrated on this day in Australia, Russia, and many Asian countries including India and European countries like France and Germany.
This is the time to shower your love on them. Let them know you are incomplete without them. They are your backbone. By the way, many festivals also come in India to strengthen the relationship between brother and sister. Rakshabandhan and Bhai Dooj both strengthen the sacred relationship of brother and sister.
Brother’s relationship is such a sacred relationship given by God that stays together throughout life. This relationship is full of love, quarrel, rumination, and persuasion go on, but it’s a thread that never weakens. A brother always has love and concern for his sister and brother. On the other hand, whether their sister is with them or away, she keeps on wishing for her brother’s long life, progress, and prosperity.
History of Brothers Day!
Although there are not enough facts about how Brothers Day originated, it is said that this day was first celebrated in the year 2005 by Daniel Rhodes of Alabama, USA, who is an artist and writer by profession. The credit for the beginning of Brothers Day goes to him. Gradually this celebration quickly gained popularity and since then every year 24 May was celebrated as Brothers Day.