Valentine’s Week 2021: Here’s the list of this week long celebration of love and its importance


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Valentine's Week 2020: Here's the list of this week long celebration of love and its importance

Valentine’s Week 2021: Here’s the list of this week long celebration of love and its importance

Valentine’s Week List 2021 starts from February 7 and goes on till February 14. Valentine’s Day has been named after St. Valentine, who was a Catholic clergyman from Rome during the third century. Many stories are associated with this Saint, which resulted in this Valentine’s Day. During his time, many Romans were adopting Christianity. On the other hand, Emperor Claudius II made strict rules for Christians as he was a pagan. He believed that Roman soldiers should always be devoted to Rome, as a result of which, he made a law to prevent them from getting married. Hagiography said, St. Valentine started to help the couples to get married in secret Christian ceremonies. This restricted the men from being soldiers, so there were sent away. This incident showed his belief in the importance of love. Predominantly, the celebration of Valentine’s Day was much associated with religion, but now it has become a popular tradition worldwide. In case, if you are not aware of the reasons associated with each day of this special week, then check out the list below.

Check out the Valentine’s Week List of Days below:

Rose Day (February 7)- Rose is significantly associated with love. So, you can give roses to your partner to express a romantic gesture towards him or her.

Propose Day (February 8)- If you are hesitating to express your love, then this would be the perfect day to reveal your feelings to your beloved.


Chocolate Day (February 9)- Chocolates are loved by everyone. After proposing your beloved, you can gift chocolates to each other to start your journey on a sweet note.


Teddy Day (February 10)- After chocolates, gift teddies to your loved ones to not allow her to miss you in your absence.

Promise Day (February 11)- This is an important day when you make some promises to make this relationship loving as always. Promises will bring you two closer to each other.

Hug Day (February 12)- Embrace your loved one with warmth on this day to make her feel safe and protected.


Kiss Day (February 13)- You can shower your loved ones with infinite kisses to celebrate this day.


Valentine’s Day (February 14)- The last day of this week-long celebration is Valentine’s Day to conclude the festival of love. You can celebrate this day by going on dates, candle-light dinner, date on a cruise, etc. This would be the day for you two only. So, celebrate this entire week with your partner and shower them with love.

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