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History of Rose Day

When spring breeze blows in February, a different kind of happiness appears on the faces of those in love. In this month, the festival of lovers i.e. Valentine begins. Valentine Week starts from Rose Day on 7th February. After this, Propose Day is celebrated on 8 February, Chocolate Day on 9 February, Teddy Day on 10 February, Promise Day on 11 February, Hug Day on 12 February, Kiss Day on 13 February and Valentine’s Day on 14 February. On Rose Day, couples give each other roses and express their love. Let us know how Rose Day started and since when is it being celebrated?

beginning of rose day

On Rose Day, lovers give each other roses and express their love. Red roses are considered a symbol of love and the practice of giving roses has been going on since the Mughal period. It is said that Mughal Begum Noor Jahan was very fond of red roses. To please him, Mughal ruler Jahangir used to send him about 1 fresh rose as a gift every day.

It is also said that Queen Victoria also liked roses very much. She had given red roses to her husband Prince Albert while expressing her love. People have been celebrating 7 February as Rose Day since the time of Queen Victoria. On this day, you can make your loved ones happy by giving them rose flowers.

Why is red rose special?

Rose flower is considered the most beautiful. Its fragrance keeps your relationships fragrant, that is why rose flowers are gifted. Red color is considered a symbol of love. In such a situation, it is considered even better to start the week of love i.e. Valentine Week with roses. Apart from your love partner, you can gift rose flowers to any friend or someone whom you want to make feel special.

Propose your crush on Rose Day with these love filled poetry and messages, the answer will be ‘yes’ only.

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