Unheard History Valentine’s Day 14 February
The history of Valentine’s Day you’ve never heard of?
Valentine’s Day may be about love but it has some history which we are going to tell you today. You will be very surprised to know that.
All soldiers under Thycus to the Roman Smart Claudius II around 270 were not allowed to marry in ancient times.
In ancient times, marriage was considered illegal, but in the meantime, a priest named Valentine defied the order and married secretly.
Due to this he was put in jail where he befriended the jailer’s daughter and the priest wrote the letter as a signature.
This letter was his last letter on 14th February itself because on this day he was beheaded. That is why February 14 is celebrated by the name of Valentine.
In ancient times, whoever expressed their love or married, they were put in jail as a punishment.
The romantic nature of Valentine’s Day began to be celebrated during the 14th century as poets began to write a variety of poems.
In the 16th century, formal Valentine’s Day messages are also seen, and in the 18th century, greeting cards and love poems were written by many English poets.
In the modern era, Valentine’s Day is one of the most successful and widely celebrated events in the world, but there are still restrictions on it due to some religious reasons.
On Valentine’s Day, you can give gifts to each other while respecting your love and abundance in peace, it is not necessary that a boy and a girl give gifts to each other, women can also express their love by giving gifts to each other.
We should celebrate this day peacefully and not do wrong things by hurting any sentiments.
Love is a sacred word, respecting which we should celebrate this day among friends and relatives. It is not necessary that only a boy and girl celebrate Valentine’s Day by expressing their love?
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