What is the history of Valentine’s Day 14 February

Valentine’s Day is considered to be a big festival for the youth of the country, on this day young men propose their girlfriend and tell them about their hearts. On this day the couple express their love to each other. It is special about this day that the girl whom you love cannot refuse you, but do you know What is the history of Valentine’s Day ?

History of Valentine’s Day ?

There are many stories about Valentine’s Day but you will know the real story in this article.

In fact, according to the book ‘Aurea of ​​Jacobus de Vorazin’, Saint Valentine was a priest of Rome. He believed in promoting love in the world. He believed that love was everything, for him love was the year of life. But the king of his city, Claudius, did not like his words, the king felt that love and marriage destroy both the intelligence and power of men.

For this reason soldiers and officers could not marry in his kingdom, they were not allowed to love nor marry, However, Saint Valentine opposed this order of King Claudius and inspired the Romans to love and marry. Not only this, he also arranged the marriages of many officers and soldiers.

This angered the king and he hanged Saint Valentine on 14 February 269. Since that day every year this day is celebrated as the ‘Day of Love’. Saint Valentine is said to have donated his eyes to Jacobus, the jailer’s blind daughter, at the time of his death. Saint also wrote a letter to Jacobus, at the end of which he wrote ‘Your Valentine’. This was the story of Valentine who was sacrificed for love.

Since then people have made this day in the name of love and every year the couple tells each other their heart.

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