Fathers day gift ideas for different dads

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When you think about it, you will realise that a father is the best companion you will ever have in your life. He is the one with the understanding heart, urging you on with his support and care. So this Father’s Day let him know that he is the best gift that you have ever received. Here are a few ideas for Father’s Day gifts for Dada of different age groups:

  1. If you are financially independent, and have a father on the threshold of old age, gift him with a medical insurance. It is a practical gift, but with a message that his good health is important to you.

  2. If you are a student, make use of your pocket money (if you have spent it all, borrow from your mom) and buy him a yearlong membership in a gym. This will make him step out and exercise, and thus he will keep fit.

  3. If your father plays games, buy him an equipment of his choice. It could be a club for the golfer or a racket for the badminton player.

  4. Boys will always be boys. And boys love tool kits. So buy him a compact tool kit. He is really going to enjoy using it.

  5. You will be surprised but men love spa items too, no matter what age they are at. So you can gift him with a collection of aromatic soaps and candles. Rest assured he will use them, and enjoy every minute of it.

  6. Book a day of spa treatment for your dad. You will be amazed at how relaxed he seems at the end of it.

  7. You must be knowing what kind of music your father enjoys. So look for his favourites, make a compilation and gift him an assorted collection of his favourite songs.

  8. Pamper your father and buy him a collection of the best Turkish towel and bathrobes available in the market.

Gifts are a way to tell your dad that you care. But remember, your dad does not expect anything from you. There are some ways that you can honour your dad even without spending money.

  • Above all the gifts is the priceless gift of “time”. Spend some quality time with your dad. And not just on Father’s Day, but every day. If you are far away call him. For if you think about it, Father’s Day is just an excuse to honour your father; and every day is Father’s Day.

  • Find out your father’s favourite dishes that his mother (your grandma) used to cook for him. If you can get your hand on a hand written recipe of your grandmother, nothing like it; otherwise browse the internet, find the most authentic version and cook a meal of his favourites. You are sure to bring back his childhood to him.

  • Organise a family get together. If possible include extended family of his brothers, sisters and their children. Try and get everyone together to be with him at the same time, and for the entire day, where you all cook together, enjoy meals together, play family games, and maybe watch a classic movie along with him on television. You will make your father’s day for sure.

  • Try and contact his old buddies. They may be from his office, or they may be from his school. They may be spread far and wide. Find their phone numbers. On Father’s Day sit with him, and make a call to each of his old buddies and let him talk to them. You will be amazed at the happiness and the contentment that your father feels from this gesture.

  • Use any of the software available for making a movie and create one especially for your dad. The movie should include photographs from his childhood days, newly married life, with kids and with grown up children. Try and include as many cherished memories as possible with a song that the entire family enjoys together.

Your father is the reason for what you are today. So make that extra effort, do that extra bit, and make him feel special.

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