National Siblings Day – 10th April

National Siblings Day is a celebrated on 10th of April annually in United States. In some parts of the USA the day is also recognized as the Holiday as well. National Siblings day is also called as National Sibling Day or Siblings Day.

The main purpose of the Siblings Day celebration is to honor the strong bonding and relationships between the brothers and sisters of the world and to strengthen the affiliation and love among the siblings of every family.

National Siblings Day follows the same spirit like Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, it’s actually a  celebration of family values.

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The Siblings Day can also be considered as an international celebration as the same event is celebrated in many of the countries around the world. Although not with the same title but the cause and theme behind these celebrations is same like in India the annual Raksha Bandhan celebration is also a form of Siblings Day.

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How and When Sibling Day Celebration Started:

The US holiday was originally conceived by Claudia Evart to honor the memory of her brother and sister, both of which were died at early ages in an accident. Claudia says it is important to honor the siblings as they are blood relations, often look alike and enjoy feelings of closeness within a family.

The Siblings Day Foundation was incorporated in 1997 and achieved non-profit status in 1999. Unlike Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, currently it is not federally recognized, though the Siblings Day Foundation is working to change this.

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Siblings Day Thoughts:

If we closely observe the bond between the brothers and sisters we would definitely find this affiliation is extra special one. It is a lifelong relationship lasting from cradle to the grave. It is typically the longest the relationship of person’s life and usually even longer than the relationship with the parents.

In the occasions of happiness and grief it is only the siblings which can feel your emotions and are the closest to you to face the life circumstances. A single baby family having no siblings always feel the absence of brothers and sister throughout his life and no one can fill this gap.

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Brothers and sisters should stand united and side by side to face the challenges of life. They should try to help each other in every stage of life.

So one should realize this lifelong bonding and relationship with the siblings and pay extra attention and care to this longest relationship of life and try to spend it beautifully.

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Siblings Day Quotes and Themes:

  • A sibling is a fried forever – Unknown
  • Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet – Vietnamese proverb
  • What’s the good of news if you haven’t a sister to share it? – Jenny DeVries
  • Sometimes being a brother is even better than being a superhero – Marc Brown
  • People Come and go, friends change like the weather But I know my sister is here forever – Unknown
  • A sister is First friend and second Mother – Unknown
  • A brother without sister is a bird without wings – Unknown

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How to Celebrate Siblings Day:

Siblings Day should be celebrated in full esteem to strengthen the bonding between the brothers and sisters.

  • Arrange a get together with all your siblings, sit and eat together to spend the day.
  • Exchange gifts and greeting cards with your siblings to express the true love.
  • Plan or arrange a family picnic party with all the members of your family.
  • Discuss and listen to each other problems and try to solve them together.
  • Forget and forgive the past grievances and promise to not repeat them in future.
  • Promote the Siblings Day in your friends and family circle to spread the awareness about the day.
  • Capture and save the family photos with your siblings.

Thanks for your time spent to read the article on and let’s promise to love and respect our all siblings. Happy National Siblings Day to all.

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