Valentine’s Day, Why we celebrate it ?

Valentine’s Day, also known as St. Valentine’s Day, is a celebration on February 14 during which lovers show their love through cards and presents. It has been suggested that the celebration has its roots in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, which takes place in the middle of February. The event, which marked the arrival of spring, featured fertility rituals and the random matching of women and men. Pope Gelasius I forbade the observance of Lupercalia around the end of the fifth century, and is frequently credited for replacing it with St. Valentine’s Day, though the holiday’s exact ancestry is at best hazy. Up until the 14th century, Valentine’s Day was not recognised as a day of passion.

Valentine’s Day Special Week

Valentine’s Day week Start at 7 February and end on 14 February – 7 February – Rose Day

8 February – Propose Day

9 February – Chocolate Day

10 February – Teddy Day

11 February – Promise Day

12 February – Hug Day

13 February – Kiss Day

14 February – Valentine’s Day

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