Last Updated on February 13, 2021 by Swati Brijwasi
Happy Valentine’s Day 2021: Why do you celebrate Valentines Day on February 14 every year, know the reason behind it
The month of February is very special for those who love, because Week-A-Ishq means Valentines Week. The 7-day festival of love ends with Valentine’s Day. On this day, lovebirds celebrate warmth and belonging in their relationships and relationships with their partners, partners or lovers. Celebrate Valentines Day not only in India, but on 14 February around the world. To celebrate this day in a special way, people start planning in advance. But have you ever wondered why Valentine’s Day is celebrated on this day every year? If not even thought. So let us know directly –
There are many stories about the history of Valentine’s Day.
It is believed that during the third century there was a clergyman in Rome named Valentin. Emperor Claudius II at the time believed that men proved to be superior soldiers who were single. For this reason, they declared the marriage of young soldiers illegal. Valentin protested about this injustice and he started marrying young lovers in secret ways. When the emperor came to know about this, he gave a sentence of punishment-e-death to the pastor.
According to another anecdote, before his death, Sant Valentin donated his eyes to the jailer’s blind daughter, Jacobus, and wrote a letter to her, at the end of which she addressed herself by writing ‘Your Valentine’. It is believed that it was February 14 itself.
Its name and way of celebrating around the world is different and unique. In India, on this day people are in love. At the same time, in China it is known as ‘Knights of Sevens’. In Japan and Korea, people express their love from this day to the next one month. There, this day is called White Day. Many believe that France is one of the most beautiful places to visit during Valentines Day. Here people decorate roses, lights, cards and different items of propose on trees and in their homes.