Hi, Subhajit—No, only (2) is correct, and the "until"-clause needs to be set off with a comma: "I worked in the garden for two hours, until my father came home from the market." (Notice that "came" also needs to be spelled correctly.) As a general rule, the present progressive doesn't work with "for"-phrases of duration. That is why (1) is incorrect.
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