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Valentines Day History

History of Valentine's Day When the calendar changes to February, we start to think about love. February has been designated for centuries as the month of lovers, with the main celebration being February 14, Valentine's Day. We send cards, flowers and sweets and our children give Valentine's Day at school. Valentine's Day reminds us to tell our loved ones how much we care about them. Valentine's day history How to Propose to a girl's on propose day But have you ever stopped to think about the history of the holidays? Do you know why February 14 is called Valentine's Day and how the tradition of sending cards to each other developed? How was that day associated with love? Valentine's Day was originally created as a substitute. In the 5th century AD, the Catholic Church attempted to get rid of a common pagan fertility rite that the Romans had been participating in since the 4th century BC. Every year, the Romans celebrated a young man's rite of passage

Valentines Day 2021 Facts, Celebration Worldwide

 When is Valentine's Day 2021, Worldwide Celebration, Facts Romantic place   Valentine's Day, Festival of Love, is also known as Valentine's Day.  Every year, Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14, it is observed as a public holiday in most countries around the world.  In some countries there are no holidays.  Valentine's Day is celebrated all over the world with total enthusiasm.  Lovers express their fullest love on this day, it is also called as becoming a Valentine to each other.  On this day the lover expresses his love for each other by giving each other Flowers, Gifts, Chocolates and many more surprises to make them feel special.  On this Valentine's Day each couple will be planning to make this day something special and memorable in their life, so for them they will be thinking of a perfect Plan that would work for them, so for them here I will be presenting the date of Valentine's Day  Well most of them are looking for When is Valentine's