All kinds of Father’s Day gifts for all kinds of dads

We've compiled a list of options so you have no excuse not to treat your dad this Sunday!
13 Jun, 2024

Picture this — it’s June 16, you wake up to the perfect Sunday morning, birds are chirping outside and you have no work! If you’re a late riser, it’s noon and your mom’s probably banging on the door. But it’s cool — you’re a loner and that means you only have your parents to worry about on Sundays.

Wait! You’re a loner and you only have your parents to worry about on Sundays? It’s June 16… Your dad’s probably home. Why is an alarm bell ringing in your head?

You switch on your phone and Google “June 16” and lo and behold, you realise you’ve done it again! Another year of forgetting it’s Father’s Day. At least your dad can praise you this year for being so consistent with forgetting occasions dedicated to him. Or perhaps he too has forgotten about his big day, especially given the attention it gets compared to Mother’s Day.

Believe it or not, Father’s Day isn’t as hyped up as Mother’s Day and while we acknowledge that mothers need to be pampered for everything they’re made to endure, fathers needn’t be sidelined — especially the good ones, the funny ones (who don’t crack jokes about their wives), the giving ones, the hardworking ones, the ones who live up to society’s absurd standards for men without sharing their struggles.

So before it completely slips your mind, mark your calendars for June 16 and give your main man a gift he deserves. You can choose to spend on experiences but because fathers are so moody — and tired on Sundays — keep a present on hand to make his day extra special!

We’ve compiled a list of gifts so you don’t have to go searching for what to get him:

Grooming kit by Dari Mooch

Check out these cute Father’s Day special bundles on Dari Mooch. You can get a Father’s Day Premium All-in-One Bundle or the Ultimate Gentleman’s Care Bundle. Whatever floats your boat or fits your budget.

Gift card by N-Gents

You can never go wrong with a gift card and N-Gents has announced its Father’s Day gift cards for Rs5,000 and Rs10,000. Every dad deserves a glow-up and what better place than N-Gents to spoil a man?

Bucket of Joy by The Gifts and Giggles

“Filled to the brim with love and appreciation,” The Gifts and Giggles’ curated selection of gifts for your dad might just be the key to his joy. The Rs7,500 bucket includes a pun engraved basket, Cool Dads club tee, Dad printed sports cap, a furoshiki wrapped box of brownies, a lucite printed mug, diary bag, a stationery holder, tea leaves and mixed cookies.

Belco’s Father’s Day bundles

Speaking of bundles, Belco Chocolates has also released a list of bundles that you can choose from. These range from Rs2,592 to Rs5,500 with items like a Bliss Box of 12, Best Dad Ever chocolate bar, Chocolate Bark pouch, Belco Signature Chocolate Brownie pouch, Best Dad mug and more.

HUB wallets and keychains

If your dad’s the traditional kind (read: believes in functional presents only), you can simply buy him one of these HUB gift boxes. These range from Rs3,470 to Rs14,930 and include items like wallets, keychains, card holders, travel wallets and notepads.

Plants by Eagle’s Nest

And in case your dad’s a plant lover, you can always give him something that “grows with your love,” such as these Eagle’s Next plants bearing messages of love for fathers everywhere. You’d also be doing the environment a favour with these cuties!


Matt Jane Jun 13, 2024 11:14am
Since when did this American commercialism take over our traditional ways? There’s zero reason to adopt these grotesque marketing schemes from the USA.
NYS Jun 13, 2024 01:13pm
Father's are the strong pillar of family and if you are grown up adult lend him dutiful hand that support him to deburdanise his duties figuratively
Taj Ahmad Jun 13, 2024 01:19pm
The real facts in our culture… Every day is mother day and Every day is father day.
Syed Hasni Jun 13, 2024 03:29pm
“I gave my father $100 and said, ‘Buy yourself something that will make your life easier.’ So, he went out and bought a present for my mother.”