Valentine’s Day is praised on February 14. It is a celebration of sentimental love and many individuals give cards, letters, blooms or introduces to their mate or accomplice. They may likewise organize a sentimental supper in an eatery or night in an inn. Normal images of Valentine’s Day are hearts, red roses and Cupid.
What Do People Do?
Many individuals commend their affection for their accomplice by sending cards or letters, giving blessings or blossoms and organizing dinners in eateries or sentimental evenings in lodgings. Individuals who might want to have a sentimental association with some person may utilize the event to make this known, frequently secretly. Valentine’s cards are frequently enhanced with pictures of hearts, red roses or Cupid. Basic Valentine’s Day blessings are blossoms chocolates, treat, undergarments and champagne or shining wine. Be that as it may, a few people utilize the event to exhibit rich endowments, for example, adornments. Numerous eateries and inns have unique offers as of now. These can incorporate sentimental suppers or end of the week breaks.
Valentine’s Day is not a public holiday. Government offices, stores, schools and other organizations are open as usual. Public transit systems run on their regular schedule. Restaurants may be busier than usual as many people go out for an evening with their spouse or partner. Valentine’s Day is also a very popular date for weddings.
There are a number of Saints called Valentine who are honored on February 14. The day became associated with romantic love in the Middle Ages in England. This may have followed on from the Pagan fertility festivals that were held all over Europe as the winter came to an end. Traditionally, lovers exchanged hand written notes. Commercial cards became available in the mid nineteenth century.
The most common Valentine’s Day symbols are the heart, particularly in reds and pinks, and pictures or models of Cupid. Cupid is usually portrayed as a small winged figure with a bow and arrow. In mythology, he uses his arrow to strike the hearts of people. People who have fallen in love are sometimes said to be ‘struck by Cupid’s arrow. Other symbols of Valentine’s Day are couples in loving embraces and the gifts of flowers, chocolate, red roses and lingerie that couples often give each other.