Valentine's Day 14th Feb 2011 Week List in India and its Importance
Ram Ratan Maurya
Valentine's day is celebrated on 14th Feb annually across the world followed by whole Valentine week with several special days. In this article I will give you brief information on Valentine Week list 2011 in India.
Valentine's day celebrate each year on February 14, but it is not limited to any single days. Valentine's day week is celebrate by all the youthes having love and affection between each other. People express their feelings and love by giving greeting cards and red roses. Find the list of Valentine week below:
Valentine Week Day 1 - Rose Day
First day of Valentine's day starts from Rose Day which is focused on sending roses to beloved ones. Rose Day is celebrated on 7th Feb followed by other days in Valentine Week. People give different kind of roses to their companions to show their love by gifting yellow, white and pink roses.
Valentine Week Day 2 - Propose Day
After Rose Day celebration on 7th Feb, Propose Day is next on 8th Feb on which day a partner might be waiting for you to show your love to her/him by proposing a starting a new relationship first. Usually on this day, companions or couples like to have a romantic dinner in restaurants and other romantic places with candle light dinner and a bottle of champagne. Propose Day is the day 2 of Valentine Week.
Valentine Week Day 3 - Chocolate Day
In the whole Valentine week list Chocolate day is my favorite, to make our relationship more sweet people present the chocolate boxes gift to show their love and build a strong relationship with them. Chocolate Day is celebrated on Day 3 of Valentine week on 9th Feb.
Valentine Week Day 4 - Teddy Day
As a best and comforting companions who are along, a valentine needs to gift one of the best teddy bears gifts on Valentine's day. Your partners will surely love this gift, but don't worry it won't be your replacement, just give a chance to your partner to celebrate Teddy Day on 10th Feb. Teddy day is celebrated on day 4 of Valentine Week on 10th Feb.
Valentine Week Day 5 - Promise Day
Another important day for companions and couples is Promise Day where they gives trust to their relationship and renew their relationship by new promises and resolutions by making it a best promise day ever. Promise Day is celebrated in Valentine's Week day 5 on 11th Feb.
Valentine Week Day 6 - Kiss Day
Kiss day is celebrated on Day 6 of Valentine Week. You can show your love to the most special person in your life by a lip lock by falling in this day specially on Kiss day. Kiss day comes on 12th Feb of Valentine Week.
Valentine Week Day 7 - Hug Day
Any of your friend has got angry, or had quarrel with you? No worry, just give a hug and it will heal all and will give him best warm feelings. So just fill him/her into your arms with a bear hug and Hug Day which is celebrated on Feb 13th being Day 7 and last day before Valentine's day.
14th Feb Valentine's Day
After whole week of Valentine day followed by Rose Day, Propose day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Kiss Day and Hug Day, finally Valentine's Day comes on 14th Feb. It is known as the 'Day of Love or The Love Day'. On this day people share their amount of love to their companions and spend some precious and valuable time with their loved ones. Valentine's day is celebrated on 14th Feb annually.
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