Valentine's Day Festival India 2023

  • TypeType:Romantic
  • Dates:14-Feb-2023
  • Location:International


Valentine's Day in February is the month of love. It is the time of the year when winter starts to bid adieu to India. The most favorite Valentine's week is in February. Valentine's Day is an international festival that celebrates the feeling of love. Valentine's Day is portrayed as a day meant for lovers. However,Valentine's Day has a much larger appeal. It is a day to express love, and that love can be for anyone and not especially a lover.


Saint Valentine's Day is celebrated each year on February 14 and marks the death anniversary of one of the Christian legends, Saint Valentine. At the end of the 5th century, Pope Gelasius replaced Lupercalia with St. Valentine's Day. It was celebrated as a day of romance from about the 14th century.


Valentine's Day is a celebration of the feeling called Love. The love between lovers (man and woman) may be the most celebrated kind. However, love of all kinds is beautiful and hence, needs to be celebrated. Valentine's Day celebrates the bond and the relationship between people. It is a day that teaches us how to express our love, care, and respect for anyone important. It helps us to feel happy about our loved ones. It also shows us the importance of happiness when we are around the ones who matter to us. Valentine's Day is celebrated to pay tribute to Saint Valentine, who gave away his life for the cause of love.


Saint Valentine was a total of 14 saints who laid out their life for Ancient Rome. Some believe Valentine's Day is a tribute to only one of these fourteen saints. In Christian culture, a big feast is organized on Valentine's Day to commemorate the day of the burial of Saint Valentine and to celebrate their love for their land and martyrdom. Thus, the very reason Valentine's Day is celebrated has nothing to do with the love between two lovers. However, due to popular culture, Valentine's Day has become a day when a man is supposed to express his feelings for a woman, and a woman is supposed to do the same.


People across the globe celebrate Valentine's Day by sending love messages to partners, friends, and family. On this day, couples worldwide send Valentine's Day flowers, chocolates, and cards to each other and spend time together to celebrate their love and affection for each other.


Express your love to the people whom you love and for the people you care genuinely. Look beyond the commercialization of Valentine's Day. This is the day to thank people, whosoever they are, for being there in your life and with you when you need them. To start with, thank your parents for the love they have given you above every other kind of love in the world. Thank them for making you the person that you are. Buy them gifts and write messages that would make them happy. Say thank you to your partner for being there with you in times of highs and lows and through thick and thin and have always been on your side and making efforts to make you happy; it only means that they love you a lot and thus, their love needs to be cherished and appreciated. Also, thank your friends. Friends keep their faith in us even when everyone else seems to be losing theirs in us. Friends are those people who understand our problems that our family, parents, or partners do not understand. Thus, do things for them that they would like and appreciate and make them feel good.


Valentine's week comprises 8 days -

  1. Rose Day (February 7)
  2. Propose Day (February 8)
  3. Chocolate Day (February 9)
  4. Teddy Day (February 10)
  5. Promise Day (February 11)
  6. Hug Day (February 12)
  7. Kiss Day (February 13)
  8. Valentine's Day (February 14)
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FAQs about Valentine's day Festival

Q.For how long does Valentine's week last?
As the name suggests, it lasts for a week, i.e., 8 days, including Valentine's day.
Q.Why is Valentine's Day celebrated on February 14?
Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14 to commemorate the day of the burial of Saint Valentine and to celebrate their love for their land and martyrdom. Valentine's Day is celebrated to pay tribute to Saint Valentine, who gave away his life for the cause of love.
Q.Where is Valentine's Day celebrated?
Valentine's Day is celebrated all over the world.
Q.Is it compulsory to celebrate Valentine's Day?
NO, it is not compulsory to celebrate Valentine's Day