A brief history of valentine's Day

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Valentines Day A Brief History

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Introduction ● Valentines Day also called Saint Valentines Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine was established by Pope Gelasius I in AD 496 to be celebrated on February 14 in honour of Saint Valentine of Rome who died on that date in AD 269. ● The day became associated with romantic love in the 14th and 15th centuries. This was an era when romanticism and courting flourished. In 18th century it turned into an occasion when couples expressed love by exchanging gifts. The lovers were called “valentines”. ● Although it not an official public holiday in any country it is an official feast day for the Anglican Communion and the Lutheran Church.

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Backdrop It is said that Roman Emperor Claudius II outlawed marriages for young men since he believed that it would make them better soldiers. A Roman priest named St. Valentine defied those orders and continued to marry couples in secret. This was soon found out and the Emperor persecuted him by beheading on 14th February in 296 AD.

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Backdrop Another legend tells us that it was not a Roman priest who defied the orders of the Roman Emperor. Rather it was Saint Valentine of Terni who committed the act of defiance. He too was beheaded by Claudius II outside Rome

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Origins Pope Gelasius declared 14th February as St. Valentine’s Day in 496 AD in honour of St. Valentine. However it was not until much later the day became associated with the theme of love. The great English poet was the first person to associate Valentine’s Day with romantic love in his poem “Parliament of Foules” in 1375. In present times Valentine’s Day is a part of a pop-romantic culture. As such it is observed and celebrated with due diligence every year throughout the entire world irrespective of religion.

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Gift Ideas for valentine’s day Most of the popular gifs for Valentine’s Day are romantic in nature. Afer all it is the day of love. The practice of exchanging cards has been prevalent since the inception of the celebration. Modern cards however has evolved. Personalised greeting cards make a much better impression than plain ordinary ones and are quite popular https://www.gifstoindia24x7.com/Gifs/valentines-day/1.aspx

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Gift Ideas for valentine’s Day There’s nothing more attractive than chocolate on Valentine’s Day Yes chocolates are one of the most popular items which you can gif to your Valentine. Make it special and way above the ordinary. Chocolate boxes are the ones to go for. If possible personalised chocolate boxes are the best way to make the day special https://www.gifstoindia24x7.com/Gifs/valentines-day-chocolates/1.aspx

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Gift Ideas for valentine’s Day Roses are a boon on Valentine’s Day. Their bright colour combined with the exotic fragrance and their sheer beauty can make your Valentine go mad for you Specially decorated rose bouquets and baskets are readily available which take emotions on cloud nine https://www.gifstoindia24x7.com/Gifs/valentines-day-flowers/1.aspx

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Gift Ideas for valentine’s Day Sof toys are something which has always proven their worth in matters of the heart. It is no surprise that these cute toys own the day. Did you know that sof toys too can be personalised Well now you do Surprise your Valentine with such a cute gif https://www.gifstoindia24x7.com/Gifs/valentines-day-personalized-gifs/1.aspx

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