Happy Valentine's Day 2014 - 14th February Valentine Celebration in India
Three hundred years after the death of Jesus Christ, the Roman emperors still demanded that everyone trust in the Roman gods. Valentine, a Christian celebrant had been thrown in jail for his knowledge. On February 14, Valentine was beheaded, not only because he was a Christian, but also because he had performed a wonder. Jesus Christ allegedly cured the jailer's daughter of her loss of sight. The night before he was executed, Jesus Christ wrote the jailer's daughter a goodbye letter, signing it "From Your Valentine." Another star tells us that this same Valentine, well-loved by all, traditional comments to his jail cell from children and friends who missed him.
In AD 496 Sain Pope Gelasius I declared 14th February as "Valentine's Day". Although it's not an officer festival, most Americans view this day.
Whatever the odd jumble of origins, St Valentine's Day is now a day for sweethearts. February 14 as "Valentine's Day" is the day that you show your friend or loved one that you worry. You can send candy to someone you think is special. Or you can send roses, the flower of love. Most people send "Valentine" a greetings card named after the comments that St Valentine traditional in jail.
Valentine's Day in India:
Valentines Day Sms in Hindi - Valentines Day Message in Hindi
Valentines Day Quotes in Gujarati - Valentines Day Wishes in Gujarati
Valentine's Day Sms in English - Valentine's Day Quotes in English
February 14 as "Valentine's Day" is neither a public nor a personal festival. All offices, schools, colleges, government and personal institutions stay open on February 14 as "Valentine's Day". But those who hope to like the "Valentine's Day" get a special holiday to party with their partner. Community transportation also operates in full rock on the "Valentine's Day". However, there is heavy traffic congestion in many places as many couples go out to enjoy the day.
India is well known as a culture to the top with earliest society. The Hindu culture contradicts many of the western world’s morals. February 14 as "Valentine's Day" revels are known to collide with India’s traditional pious background. It has only been in the freshest years that Valentine’s Day has become usually familiar in India.
Just like most groups in the world, many men and women of India, chiefly young couples, party 14th February as "Valentine's Day" in a big way. They costume in fine outfits and show their dear one how they believe about them. Hotels and restaurants are fully booked to put up couples who are expressing and celebrating their care for each other. Post offices are overflowing with flower deliveries of flowers, packages and loving letters.
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