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Thursday, 11 February 2021

Find out why Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14.

Find out why Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14.






Today, February 14, is Valentine's Day. Which people celebrate as a festival of love. Even in India, couples celebrate love by giving gifts, chocolates, etc. to their partner, but this day is not just celebrated like this, it has an interesting history.


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Celebration in the name of the priest of Rome
According to a report, Valentine is mentioned in a book called Oriya of Jacobus de Voragin. This day is celebrated in the name of Saint Valentine, a priest of Rome. Saint Valentine believed in increasing love in the world but a king in Rome did not like this and he was against love marriage. He thought love marriage was wrong.








Emperor Claudius felt that the Romans were not enlisting in the army because of their strong attachment to their wives and families. To solve this problem, Claudius banned marriage and engagement in Rome. Pastor Valentine felt the emperor's order was unfair to the people. He also got married to many officers and soldiers who opposed him. He was then hanged on 14 February.

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Every year since then, this day has been celebrated as 'Day of Love'. According to a report, Saint Valentine wrote a letter to the jailer's daughter while in prison. In which he wrote at the end, "Your Valentine." This festival is celebrated all over the world and is celebrated in different ways. In many countries, it is considered unconventional and its celebration is banned.

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