Few Countries & How They Celebrate ‘Valentine’s Day’ Will Make You Go ‘Oh No ! Why Not In India’

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Feb 14th – Valentine Day world lo unna lovers andariki idi oka romantic pandaga. Ee roju vastundi ante chalu tama girl friend or boy friend ni impress cheyadaniki vishwa prayatnalu chestuntaru. Mana country lo ee vishwa praytnalu ela untayo, mana premikulu pade kastalu ento manaki telusu.

Mari other countries lo Valentine ela celebrate chesukuntaro okasari chuseddam. And idi chadivaka singles nannu definite ga tittukuntaru and committed people emo abba mana country undi valentine day chesukundam ante enni addankulu oh ani anukuntaru.

1. South Korea – Not One day or One week but on 14th of every month !

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Ikkada oka roju ke gathi ledu ante every month haa ani embarrass avoddu. Yes, couples in South Korea celebrate the day of love on the 14th of each month – “the day of roses” is celebrated in May, “the day of kisses” is celebrated in June, “the day of hugs in December” and single people celebrate “the black day” in April by eating black noodles.

Next janma antu unte ee country lo puttali bhayya !!

2. Philippines – Ee country lo every year government conducts a valentine event.

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Government enti valentine event celebrate cheyadam enti shock avoddu. Ikkada every year many young couples marry in an event sponsored by the government as a form of public service which is celebrated as Valentine Day.

3. Japan does it quite differently where girls buy gifts for male companions.

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Mana country lo tara taraluga boys gift ivadam thappa, girls gift ichina okka incident aina undha undadu. Kani, Japan lo ala kadu Feb 14 vasthe akkada girls eh boys ki gifts istaru, and boys are not supposed to return gifts until March 14th which is celebrated as ‘White Day’.

Idi bhayya culture ante idi bhayya paddathi ante mana girls untaru !!!

4. Argentina – ee country lo lovers exchange kisses and chocolates anta…!

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Enduku bhayya ilantivi cheppi tempt chestaru ante em cheddam atleast chekodaniki baguntayi mari. Argentina lo Argentinians don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day in Feb, but “the week of sweetness” in July. It’s the day when lovers exchange kisses and receive chocolates and other sweets. And ikkada idi tradition ga believe chestaru anta.

5. Bulgaria – Where young lovers and old couples all age groups celebrate Feb 14th.

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On 14th February, San Trifon Zartan is celebrated in Bulgaria, which means “day of winemakers”. Ee roju country lo unna teen lovers, young and old couples ila anni age groups vallu bar and restaurants lo wine exchange chesukuntaru anta with no restrictions.

6. Denmark – lovers exchange handmade cards.

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Ikkada lovers Handmade cards and white printed flowers ni exchange chesukuntaru. Aa handmade cards lo proposal tama girlfriend or boyfriend mida unna feeling ni evaridi vare rasi istaru.

Ante konchem feel and creative ga celebrate chesukuntaru anamata.

7. Romania – Young men and women go to the forests….!

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Ee country lo konchem Valentine Day 24th Feb roju konchem unusual ga celebrate chesukuntaru. Ikkada young lovers and couples go to the forests to pick colorful flowers and exchange with each others.

Ante shop lo dorike flowers koni ivadam routine kada anduke ila chestaremo.

8. Spain (Valencia) – streets filled up with lovers parade and gatherings.

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Enti ekanga parades and gatherings huh ???? They’re way romantic and men follow tradition of giving ‘Mocadora’ kind of fruit to their girl friends. Ila couples and lovers tho Valencia streets mottham October 9th roju Valentine Day ni celebrate chesukuntaru ikkada people.

Idi other countries lo situation lo mari mana country lo cheskodaniki kuda bayapade range lo untundi situation. Idi chusaka next janma antu unte ee country lo puttali mama ani anipinche country edo oka comment eskondi