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  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    Valentines Day is un "necessary"

    if you do not have someone to spend it with. But if you look at it that way, then Christmas is not "necessary" if you are Jewish; and Independence Day is not necessary if you are from a different country.

    If you don't have a significant other to spend the holiday with, you could either skip out on that holiday (like you would do on Christmas if you were Jewish) or take it as an opportunity to find a significant other.

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  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    sumit wrote:
    [quote]Valentines Day is un "necessary"

    if you do not have someone to spend it with. But if you look at it that way, then Christmas is not "necessary" if you are Jewish; and Independence Day is not necessary if you are from a different country.

    If you don't have a significant other to spend the holiday with, you could either skip out on that holiday (like you would do on Christmas if you were Jewish) or take it as an opportunity to find a significant other.[/quote]

    Valentine day is not obligatory for all. I agree to this. But those who celebrate this should not be humiliated or discouraged. Valentine day is voluntary like all other festivals. No festival is compulsory. You cannot force some one even to celebrate Independence day. It is the individual spirit that counts.

    As long as there are individuals who wish to express love on the Valentine day, this festival will be celebrated. There is no need to support or oppose this. We cannot also oppose the business of cards and flowers sale on this occasion. We are free market economy and democracy. Hence all celebrations and connected activities are permissible. Those who do not like the festival for any reason can definitely avoid this.

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  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    I am not against "Valentine's Day". Some people think that it came from western culture and does not match our indian culture. This statement is also true but as we celebrate other days, we should celebrate this day as well. We celebrate days that belongs to people like Friendship's Day, Father's Day, Teachers Day, Mother's Day. So, i think we should also celebrate Valentine's Day as this day belongs to that special person whom we love the most.

  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    If you love some one then it is not necessary that you should wait till this day to show him/her how much you love. But this day is very special day dedicated to special person of your life. There are many pros and cons of this day like best day for making huge profits, even " A Rose" flower will cost you around 50 bucks on this day but at the same time, it shows your affection, your love for your beloved.

  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    DO you know one thing the cost of a single Bangalore Rose on Valentine Day is Rs.30/- which is just a fifteen rupee on the other days. Moreover it was really hard to get Roses on that as it was totally on demand and also costlier. I could not understand how people still buy them even it is costlier?

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  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    I am against this Valentine's day celebration.Actually we had changed our culture by accepting celebrations like trhese.

    We are a part of consumer society.So the market analysers are looking how this can be made advanatage.Every thing and every day are observed to marketise.So they introduced the best way for this , a day celebration.As the whole world is celebrating we poor Indians also thought that it is a status symbol.But we were misguided.

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  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    There are some comments on undesirability of days specially devoted to 'mother, 'father', 'friend' borrowed from west. Celebration of any festival or event is individual choice and we need not interfere. But I may point out that there are also such festivals of Indian origins. There is Brothers' day called Bhai Dooj, Sisters' day called 'raksha bandhan' husbands' day called 'karwa Choth'. similarly, Valentine Day is Lovers' day.

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  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    Valentines Day gifts are expensive. Flowers are always like $30 more. Plus, whats is your incomes like? Do you have more money than him? Did he take you out to dinner? It's not easy answering this for you.

    so its not all about gift its truly & only about love

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  • Re: Is a special day like Valentine's Day really necessary to show you love someone?

    by » 9 years ago


    sumit wrote:
    [quote]Valentines Day gifts are expensive. Flowers are always like $30 more. Plus, whats is your incomes like? Do you have more money than him? Did he take you out to dinner? It's not easy answering this for you.

    so its not all about gift its truly & only about love[/quote]

    Expensive gift is not peculiar to Valentine day. Husbands give costly gifts to wives on Karwa Choth, Brothers to sister on Raksha Bandhan and so on. About Deepawali, less said the better. There are expensive gifts which are really bribe from businessmen to various govt departments- Customs & Excise, Income tax, Sales Tax, Labor Department and so on.

    It is best to celebrate all festivals economically and avoid costly gifts on Deepawali, Karwa choth, Raksha bandhan and also on Valentine Day.

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