Valentine's week list 2022: Checkout all special days with date


Valentine's week list 2022: Checkout all special days with date

Valentine's week list 2022: Checkout all special days with date
Table of Valentines Week

Rose Day

Rose Day is celebrated on 7th February every year. Celebrated among lovers with much zeal and enthusiasm, this is the day when people express their innermost love and feelings towards their beloved, crush, or partners. Rose Day can be celebrated with a nice bouquet of red roses or by sending a rose or any other symbol of love and affection.

Valentine's week list 2022: Checkout all special days with date

On this day the first person who proposed in love is said to have been San Valentine, the man who was executed for his beliefs and miracles (as according to Church records). As such February 14 is also known as San Valentine's day. He used to give red roses to his beloved and in memory of him, people started giving them as a symbol of true love.

Even if it is said that San Valentine's day is not being celebrated as much today, it remains one of the most popular romantic days among lovers. It has become an important part of western culture over the years.

On this day people send gifts and express their love to their loved ones. It is also regarded as a day of courtship. Roses are one of the most popular flowers in India, are considered a sign of love and a symbol of purity.

In Asian countries, the color red is associated with love and happiness, so on Rose Day lovers often decorate with red-colored cards, small gifts, or rose bouquets that their partners would find attractive. This day is celebrated by sending red roses and small gifts to their loved ones with a feeling of true love and affection for them.

People who have not yet found their perfect partners also celebrate this day in search of true love and devotion for someone special. Even those who are already in a relationship and want to strengthen the love bond with their partners celebrate this event. On this day gifts such as flowers, chocolates, sarees, jewelry, etc. are exchanged between loved ones because on Rose Day by giving gifts to your partner you are telling them about your true love for them and how important they are for you in your life

Rose day is celebrated by all lovers irrespective of their gender. On this day girls can surprise their boyfriend or her husband by sending him small gifts adorned with red roses. Similarly, boys can also surprise their girlfriends or wives on Rose Day which will not only make them happy but also strengthen the bond of love between them.

Rose Day is celebrated with great enthusiasm in India because it is a day for expressing love and affection towards your loved ones. On this day people can express their love for their partners by presenting them gifts such as roses, chocolates, etc. that decorate the life of people with true happiness and joy. This day will help you to create a romantic atmosphere at home which will make you remember the beautiful moments spent with each other forever! And by making your partner happy on this special occasion, you are sure to strengthen the bonds of true love between you two.

This day is celebrated with much vigor and enthusiasm in Asian countries like India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, etc.

Propose day

On this day, I propose to you and invite you to live in my heart all my life. My feelings for you have only grown stronger since the day we first met. I've had more than you, and I know that I'll need more than you. It is celebrated on February 8.

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I want to be your partner for life, helping you meet your goals and supporting you on this difficult journey. I am not perfect, but I know that we will do our best to help each other grow and become better people together.

I want to be honest, dependable, and loyal to you; someone who will always stand by you and help you through any difficulties. I am sure that we can overcome all challenges together.

If I am your friend, I will be everything you could ever want in a friend. And if I become your life partner, I will be everything you need in a husband.

I promise to support you in your goals and help you live up to your potential. I know that together we can achieve anything that we want. No matter what is ahead of us, I know that we will live happily ever after.

on Valentine's Day Day of love! May this day remind the love you feel for each other. I am so happy that the two of us have found one another.

There is something about us, whether we are always happy, or always fight but in the end, we find each other.

We are very different in everything, but even more important is that you make our love perfect. You give me everything I want and need, and you know what I think before I say anything - so you must love me!

Love hurts sometimes. Hurtful, you know because when I look at you it makes my heart beat faster.

Chocolate day

 It is celebrated on February 9, worldwide. for chocolate lovers, every day is a chocolate day. The world Celebrating International Chocolate Day just happens to be around the corner, which will make it a huge day for anyone who loves chocolate. Everyone will be celebrating by indulging in their favorite treat and sampling new chocolate recipes. Even if you're somebody who doesn't have a sweet tooth, you'll still enjoy the taste of these most delicious candies on this special day. Enjoy all the chocolate you can handle or sample your next new love at the fair booth!

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According to an informal survey of students at MIT and Caltech, about 50 percent don't know about World Chocolate Day. For the other half, This day is recognized by chocolate lovers, who look forward to sampling the best chocolates and indulging in their favorite treats. Chocolate Day is celebrated all over the world

It's said that the Spanish invented chocolate and it was eaten as early as 1600 BC. The Aztecs drank it and made it into a drink during religious ceremonies. Chocolate made its way to Europe when Hernando de Contreras brought some back from Spain after he was held captive by Diego Velazquez in Mexico City.

The Spanish were responsible for making chocolate a solid when they mixed it with the local spices and blended it with sugar. Chocolate continued to be a luxury item for many years, a machine was developed that could grind cocoa into powder. This made chocolate available to everyone; now you could buy bars of solid chocolate, and before long it started being sold in candy stores.

It's believed that the word "candy" comes from quente dulce which is Spanish for bittersweet. The English took the word dulce, which means sweet, and combined it with the quente, meaning hot. From that point on, chocolate bars were known as chocolate candies.

What to do on Chocolate Day: Chocolate Day is when people in many parts of the world celebrate by enjoying their favorite bar or by sampling new truffles and other chocolates. Some treat themselves to a chocolate massage while others indulge in a bowl of gourmet fudge or maybe some chocolate truffles will do. Not everyone has room for candy in their diet so here are some other suggestions for you to consider.

Teddy Day

When do we celebrate Teddy Day? Today is the fourth day of Valentine's week. It is celebrated as Teddy Day on February 10 each year.

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What day is Teddy Day? It's held on February 10th, the 4th day of Valentine's week. It's a celebration for teddy bears.

It is a holiday celebrated on Valentine’s Day. The holiday began in Japan as a way to celebrate teddy bears and spread around Asia through popular culture into China and Taiwan before becoming an internet phenomenon in North America. People give their favorite teddy bear gifts, take photos with them, or simply hug them as they would with another person to express love and appreciation for it as if it was alive.

When did Teddy Day begin? It started in Japan, where it is known as 'Teddy Bear Day' or 'Roji no Hi', starting in 1912.

Who celebrates Teddy Day? In Japan, Valentine’s Day is a popular holiday celebrated by girls and young women. While Valentine's Day is celebrated by women, teddy bears are primarily associated with girls and young women. But the holiday has spread to countries around the world such as the US where it takes on a new form for the opposite gender. Instead of gifts for men, men are expected to give gifts for their special friend or dog-like companion on this day.

What is the Teddy Day celebration? The teddy bear was first created in 1902 by a woman named Jessica Rose O Donnel, who worked at the Ideal Toy Company. She named her creation after then-president of the United States, Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt. The teddy bear became an instant success among children and adults alike when it was first introduced to the public in 1903, and since then has caught on as a beloved toy that is loved all over the world.

How did Valentine's Day start? So, why is Valentine's Day called so? The answer is quite simple. It started as a way to express love and affection in the form of St. Valentine who was born on February 14th in the year 270 AD. Many people believe that St Valentine was a Christian martyr. According to legend, he was executed for being a member of the Christian church during his time and had been beheaded on February 14th. The celebration of St.

Promise Day

Promise Day gives us a chance to make a promise with our beloved. This lovely day is celebrated just after happy teddy day. It is celebrated on February 11, worldwide.

Promise day is the perfect occasion to make a promise for this year. If you are in love with someone, Promise Day is the perfect time to show your commitment by making a promise of love. 

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Promise Day is all about pledging fidelity, honoring loved ones or friends who have passed away, or saying goodbye to those who are not present. 
A Promise Day may be a solemn occasion for some people while others take it as a fun-filled day full of joy and happiness. 
People make promises on Promise Day in different ways - emotional speeches, public declarations, or written promises. 
The theme of Promise Day is “Promise Yourself”. Make a promise to yourself that you will do a better job at work, be more responsible with your studies or change yourself in some way. 
Promise Day is also an international day of peace and goodwill when all people can join hands in making the world a better place.
Promise Day was first held on February 11, 2005, to celebrate the anniversary of the historic black and white kiss by Harold Lloyd and his leading lady Mildred Davis in the silent film The Kid Brother. 
But it was not until 2007 that it gained worldwide popularity, thanks to social networking sites like Facebook where all Promisers came together as one big family.

The main purpose of Promise Day is to promote peace, harmony, and brotherhood among human beings. It is also a day to remember those who have left but are still remembered in our hearts. 
Promise Day inspires individuals and organizations to work towards making the world a better place, bringing unity among all nations, races, religions, and cultures. 
For its success, it has received the support of several government agencies and non-governmental organizations across the world. 
Some people use Promise Day as an opportunity to celebrate their love or friendship with their loved ones. Others use this opportunity to pray for their family members or friends who are not present in their life at that moment. 
Promise Day is a day for the young and old as it is celebrated with equal enthusiasm in every part of the world. 
It also serves as a reminder of "The Bond of Love" which transcends across time and space and can never be broken.

Some Promisers write love letters or give flowers to their loved ones, while others make promises to themselves. 
Promise Day can be celebrated at any time in any place under the sun or stars. In some countries, like Japan and Korea, Promise Day is celebrated on February 14th. 
Priests are also invited to perform special rituals during Promise Day celebrations.

Hug Day

The 6th day of Valentine's week which is February 12 is celebrated as Hug Day, every year. The idea behind this day is to bring people closer and spread love, all over the world. To celebrate this event, on Hug Day people send out their best hugs ever to show their appreciation for all the people in their lives who make them feel loved and wonderful.

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The intention of Hug Day is quite simple: to encourage closeness in our relationships and more compassion in the world. Sharing a hug has been proven scientifically to lower stress levels and increase oxytocin levels (aka "the love hormone") which creates a sense of calm that can last long after the hug itself. Hugging is a wonderful way to show people you care about them.

Although Hug Day was first celebrated in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand, Canada is celebrating this event for the first time. In Canada last year, Canadians sent out well over 1 million hugs and helped contribute to a total yearly contribution of over 9 million hugs. One Canadian company, the Hug Exchange, even encourages people to ask each other questions like "why are you single?", "What makes you sad?", "Can I hug you?", "do you have anything free?" and "wouldn't it be a great life if we bumped into each other in the bathroom" while they're at work.

Some companies have also joined the Hug Day bandwagon. Google's Sydney office, for example, distributed more than 400 "free hugs and internet" packages to promote the use of their services. Many other companies have also panned up their initiatives to celebrate Hug Day in different ways, such as holding "Hug Me" competitions or having contests for the most creative way to promote the concept of Hug Day.

Although the goal of Hug Day is simple and ideal, it's still up to us to get out there and spread the love. If everyone sent out a hug or two every day, we would surely make a difference. The Hug Exchange slogan "Hug me! and I'll never leave your side." sums it all up nicely.

Kiss Day

Kiss Day is on 13th February. It is celebrated on the 6th day of Valentine's week which means it is a day before prime Valentine’s Day. Kiss Day is an occasion that encourages people to kiss on 13th February to express their feelings of love. The moment you see your loved one and give them a passionate kiss, it helps spread happiness among the couples who are married or in a relationship. It’s also a day where people can express their love towards their parents, siblings, friends as well as members of different communities.

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Kiss day was invented by the Head of Social Media Department at and it is celebrated every year on 13th February. displays short clips, interviews, and articles on its website that also include Valentine's messages to spread happiness among individuals. Kiss Day was started in 2012 and it has become the second biggest festival after Valentine's Day among the non-valentines couples who have an unbreakable bond to celebrate on this day. People think that kissing helps them express their love better than any other words they can use for this purpose.

This day is also celebrated in USA and UK. Kiss Day is celebrated similarly as it is done in India. In the UK, the kiss trend increased as lovers of the UK decided to celebrate 'Kiss-in' at public places where they could kiss in front of their loved ones and express their love towards them. Kiss-in was linked with Valentine's Day tradition where lovers would sit on the street and kiss each other between 1 pm and 4 pm during this time.

European countries which are not celebrating Valentine's Day, also celebrate Kiss Day on 13th February. This shows how deeply people feel the need to express their love to their near and dear ones.

Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is coming up! It is celebrated on 14th February I really don't know about you, but I'm in charge of our relationship and we'll be celebrating in all sorts of different ways this year. Sure, we'll take flowers home from work and put them on either side of the bed (or hug one another while we hold hands), but we're gonna do something special too... We're gonna use my LinkedIn profile to make our first date.

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Yeah, that's right. I've been Googling for the best way to present my work and career on the internet and LinkedIn seems like a great resource for that kind of thing. In fact, it's a perfect match for my professional needs and I'm about to jump into it. I have no idea what's happening on the site (I'm not even sure I'll understand it), but at least this first date will be pretty comical. One thing at a time, though...