why sunday is holiday

  • why sunday is holiday

  • Gokul Thiyagarajan

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    May 3, 2022 at 10:52 am

    Sunday is the day dedicated to the Sun god. In most of the ancient civilizations of the world, the Sun god was given prime importance, and people would offer their prayers Sundays this tradition was common with almost all of the ancient civilizations. As Sunday is a divine day, Sunday is considered a holiday.

    In most ancient civilizations, the Sun god was given prime importance and people would offer their prayers on Sunday. They believed that offering prayer for Sun god would bring prosperity and happiness to them. Thus, it is considered a holiday in most ancient civilizations across the globe. In other parts of the world, people celebrate Sunday by spending time with family and friends, going for picnics or watching sports. Thus, Sunday is considered a day of relaxation and enjoyment by people all over the world.

    In some countries, government offices and schools are closed on Sunday, so that people can have a day off from work. In many Christian countries, Sunday is considered a day of worship and rest, and many people go to church to pray on Sundays. Some people even take a break from their busy schedules and spend time with their loved ones on Sundays.

    Overall, Sunday is an important day for many cultures and religions around the world, as it is seen as a day dedicated to divine forces or a higher purpose. Whether you choose to spend Sunday relaxing, going on a picnic with family, or attending church services, there are many different ways to enjoy this special holiday.

    who announced Sunday as a holiday?

    He was the Governor-General who declared Sunday as a holiday. Lord Hardinge served as the Governor-General of India from 1844-1848. Lord Hardinge was the Governor-General of India during the First Anglo-Sikh War. The First Anglo-Sikh War took place in 1845-1846.

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