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‘Valentine’s Day’ hits social media

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Valentine’s Day is celebrated on 14th February as a day to express love for a person. This day is celebrated by lovers expressing their love by giving flowers, greeting or gift to each other. But Valentine’s Day is also a picture of social media. Currently lovers are giving an online gift to WhatsApp and other sites. This is why the flower and the greeting seller have been in trouble.

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Gondiya: Valentine’s Day is celebrated on 14th February as a day to express love for a person. This day is celebrated by lovers expressing their love by giving flowers, greeting or gift to each other. But Valentine’s Day is also a picture of social media. Currently lovers are giving an online gift to WhatsApp and other sites. This is why the flower and the greeting seller have been in trouble.

In Valentine’s Day, Perim offers flowers or greeting or gifts to each other. On this day there is no other tradition but there is a tradition to give at least the red rose flower. This is why tradition of giving Gulabacha red flowers to her boyfriend has been running. This fad of Valentine’s Day is presently appearing in young age.

Even in school-college tuition, ‘Valentine’s Day’ attracts more attention. It is a celebration day for each other in the tune of Dhanush. Flowers and greeting-gift retailers are also preparing for the ‘Valentine’s Day’ in this tradition which has been running for many years. However, now the practice of celebrating ‘Valentine’s Day’ has been changing with the changing times. Today, social media is in the hands of smartphones.
Happy New Year! Apart from this, different types of stickers are also available on WhatsApp and other sites, these days are being celebrated using social media. That’s why Valentine’s Day has seen a decrease in the number of employees. As a result, rose flowers sold for up to 25-30 rupees are now being sold in less quantity.

Specifically, because of the ‘Valentine’s Day’, flower vendors in the city have seen a large amount of red rose flowers and have been adorned in their shop. However, a florist has sold only enough flowers to sell.
A spokesperson for the media said that the florist will have to think about purchasing a flower next year.

The tradition of giving greeting is rare

A few years ago, social media was being celebrated without visiting the ‘Valentine’s Day’, ‘Friendship Day’, Birthday, Diwali or other festivals and special days. This tradition is rare because of social media. Now mobile phones are being passed smoothly by wishing to send greetings or online greeting to whitespace and facebook. The tradition of giving greeting is simply disappearing due to this nature.

Bajrang Dal cleared the rally

Bajrang Dal has already opposed saying that ‘Valentine’s Day’ is not part of Indian culture. The Bajrang Dal, which is being organized by the Bajrang Dal in a city on Wednesday (Day 13), also protested against the ‘Valentine’s Day’ by calling Bajrang Dal a rally in the city after the ‘Valentine’s Day’ celebrated.

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