Happy Father's Day Quotes in Sanskrit – sanskritagain

Happy Father's Day Quotes in Sanskrit

Happy Father's Day Quotes in Sanskrit

Happy Father's Day! Father's Day is a special occasion dedicated to honoring and appreciating the love and sacrifices of every father. Sanskrit, the ancient language of India, offers many beautiful quotes that express deep respect and admiration for fathers. In this blog post, we have compiled a collection of Sanskrit quotes and inspirational sayings to celebrate Father's Day. These quotes not only convey respect for fathers but also highlight their significance in our lives. We hope that reading these will touch your heart and inspire you to express your gratitude and love for your father.

Happy Father's Day Quotes in Sanskrit | पितृदिनस्य शुभाशयाः।


वन्दे भवन्तं पितरं महान्तं सदा वसन्तं हृदयान्तरे मे ।
कृतं मदर्थं भवता यदेव संस्मृत्य सर्वं शिरसा नमामि ।।

“I offer obeisance to you, great father, who ever dwells within my heart. Remembering carefully all that you have done for me, I bow to you with my head.

vande bhavantaṁ pitaraṁ mahāntam sadā vasantaṁ hṛdayāntare me |
kṛtaṁ mad-arthaṁ bhavatā yad eva saṁsmṛtya sarvaṁ śirasā namāmi ||


मातापितृसहस्राणि पुत्रदारशतानि च ।
संसारेष्वनुभूतानि यान्ति यास्यन्ति चापरे ॥

mātā-pitṛ-sahasrāṇi putra-dāra-śatāni ca |
saṁsāreṣv anubhūtāni yānti yāsyanti cāpare ||

Thousands of mothers and fathers
And hundreds of sons and wives
Known [to us] in our transmigrations
Pass away
And will pass away again in the future.


उपाध्यायान्दशाचार्य आचार्याणां शतं पिता ।
सहस्रं तु पितॄन्माता गौरवेणातिरिच्यते ॥

upādhyāyān daśācārya ācāryāṇāṁ śataṁ pitā |
sahasraṁ tu pitṝn mātā gauraveṇātiricyate ||

A teacher of conduct surpasses ten teachers of recitation. A father surpasses one hundred teachers of conduct, and a mother surpasses even one thousand fathers in respectability.

Source - Manu Smṛti: 2.145


माता मित्रं पिता चेति स्वभावात्त्रतयं हितम् ।
कार्यकारणतश्चान्ये भवन्ति हितबुद्धयः ॥

mātā mitraṁ pitā ceti svabhāvāt tratayaṁ hitam |
kārya-kāraṇataś cānye bhavanti hita-buddhayaḥ ||

Mother, friend, and father—these three by nature are kind [i.e., attentive to your best interests], whereas others are of kind disposition [towards you] because it is their duty [or, because they have some purpose or need of their own to fulfil].

Source - Hitopadeśa: 1.35