Siblings Day is a holiday recognized annually in some parts of the United States on April 10, and as Brothers and Sisters Day on May 31st in Europe, honoring the relationships of siblings.
In the United States, approximately 80% of people have siblings. The holiday is intended to be a celebration of the relationship of brothers and sisters. Siblings Days are celebrated also in the United Kingdom, Australia, and India. The Hindu holiday of Raksha Bandhan also celebrates the bond of brothers and sisters.
- Date: April 10 2020
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- Significance: Honoring relationships of siblings
- Type: Holiday
- Celebrations: Examples of commemoration during this observance include giving your sibling a gift (including a surprise gift), a gift card, and taking one out for dinner.
- Observed By: Several countries, originally USA.
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