Valentine's Day, also called Saint Valentine's Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is celebrated annually on February 14. It is not a public holiday in any country, although it is an official feast day in the Anglican Communion.

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Valentine's Day (14 February)

Valentine’s day is the celebration of love and affection, when lovers express their affection with greetings and gifts. Each year on February 14, people exchange cards, candy or flowers with their special “valentine.” The day has expanded to express affection between relatives and friends.

Valentine's week list

Valentine's week comprises a total of 8 days. The first day of Valentine's week starts from Rose Day followed by Propose Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day, Promise Day, Hug Day, Kiss Day, and ends on February 14 with Valentine's Day.

February 7 - Rose Day
February 8 - Propose Day
February 9 - Chocolate Day
February 10 - Teddy Day
February 11 - Promise Day
February 12 - Hug Day
February 13 - Kiss Day
February 14 - Valentine's Day

The love month of February has begun! In case, if you love some that should not be hidden inside you, it should be shared because the time to share that love has come. Unquestionably, Valentine's week is the most fabled and loved week of every year. Couples from every corner of the world eagerly wait for this week so that they can completely engulf themselves in the fever of love.

Where is Valentine’s Day celebrated?

Valentine’s Day is popular in the United States as well as in Britain, Canada, and Australia, and it is also celebrated in other countries, including Argentina, France, Mexico, and South Korea. In the Philippines, it is the most common wedding anniversary.

How is Valentine’s Day celebrated?

Valentine’s Day is commonly celebrated by exchanging handmade or store-bought “Valentines” greeting cards or other tokens of affection like chocolates and flowers. In many schools, it has become customary for young students to bring in Valentines to swap with classmates. Traditions of the holiday’s observance can vary with the country.