Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14th every year and is a day of love and affection between intimate companions. This day is named after Saint Valentine, a Catholic priest who lived in the 3rd century and is the patron saint of love and lovers.
Valentine’s Day has been associated with romantic love since the High Middle Ages and has evolved over the centuries into a modern holiday celebrated around the world. People typically exchange cards, flowers, chocolates, or gifts with their loved ones to express their feelings and affection.
Valentine’s Day is not just limited to romantic love and many people choose to celebrate it with friends, family, and even pets. Valentine’s Day is also seen as an opportunity to show appreciation for those who are important in our lives.
Cow Hug Day on 14 February
The Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) has issued an appeal to celebrate the “Cow Hug Day on 14 February. It has appealed to the public to embrace cows, claiming that it would bring “emotional richness” and increase “individual and collective happiness.”
Animal Welfare Board of India
The Animal Welfare Board of India is a statutory advisory body on Animal Welfare Laws and promotes animal welfare in India.