Valentine Day is a day of celebrating love all around the world. Though there is not any particular day to express the love and romance but every year 14th February is observed as a Valentine Day to commemorate the feelings of love. It is widely celebrated in almost all over the globe including the major countries like America, Japan, France, Canada, London, China and India. The festival marks the martyrdom of St Valentine, a Christian Saint, who was a great supporter of love and observed as the Messiah of unified love for the people who believe in celebrating this day.
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Valentine Day is celebrated on 14th of February in every year
Valentine Day is not only restricted to express romantic love to each other but it is an occasion when greetings and gratitude can be express and share with parents, teachers, friends, family members and any other special person. The special day started to celebrate when the sacred saint Valentine suffered from martyrdom in AD 269 on the same date of February 14th.There is no traditional way to celebrate the day, people use to gift, cards, letters, flowers, chocolates and other special valentine gifts to their lovable.
In India, It is observed as a celebration from western culture but over the years the Valentine day got an important significance and reputation in the Indian people mostly among the Indian youths.
India has its reasons to celebrate the day, commemorats the Hindu lord of love, Kamdev.
They resemble Saint Valentine with divine character, Kamdev, who was also known as follower of Love and parts of many Hindu vedic myths.