On 14th February, every year this festival is celebrated in every part of the world and love knows no boundaries. Flowers, cards, laces, heart shaped chocolates and candies, teddies, love birds are all a part of the celebration and everyone exchanges them to express their love with these mementos.

Red being the colour of love is the dress code of most of the Valentine’s Day parties held in every region of the planet.

romantic-table.jpgValentine’s Day in the ancient times was celebrated by large gatherings and ladies used to drop their laced handkerchiefs to attract the beloved.

The person who used to pick up the handkerchief used to be her Valentine. Candies in heart shaped boxes were the most popular gifts in the past.

With time changing on its pace, gifts have also took a different face and today expensive perfumes, watches, spas and bouquets of red roses have taken the highest positions.

Chocolates and cute teddies are the fillers and cards are obviously a must.

Valentine’s Day celebrations in India has caught up very speedily in the last decade or so. In India this festival is celebrated by the masses and especially by the youngsters.

Cards and bouquets are sold in large numbers and people rock n roll on the beats of musical parties organised for the grand day.

Lovers convey their emotion for each other while friends also exchange gifts to show their bond. A week before each and every day is dedicated to some or the other ceremony.

Like first day of the week before Valentine’s Day is Rose day and the following it is Chocolate day and then comes the Hug day and so on., people celebrate the month of February.

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