Propose Day - second day of Valentine week

Yesterday when our old post on Rose-day hit the top of most viewed posts on PHOTO JOURNEY, we realized that lot of viewers from different parts of the world look for seasonal posts as well. Few years back, I was not even aware of something called 'Valentine Week', which has various days dedicated to different things. Like yesterday (7th Feb) is considered as Rose-Day. Today (8th Feb) is considered as Propose day.

Not very sure how people celebrate this day in India and even abroad. But definitely, all these days are quite important for companies into gifting. Archies makes huge plans for these days of an year and they are quite aggressive in supporting these celebrations and doing appropriate marketing. Surprisingly, these companies have research teams who find out some innovative gifts every day for these special days. And the categories of gifs vary from one geography to other because of cultural differences. 

Wondering how many of you celebrate these days? And if you celebrate, share with us through comments. 

You may also want to check Valentine posts to get some ideas to celebrate it in better way with your loved ones. 


Maniparna said…
Then there are 'Hug Day', "Kiss Day", "Chocolate Day" as personal favourite is the 'chocolate' one... :-D
Datta Ghosh said…
Well though I do not believe in any of these days as I think every day is dedicated to love in its various form, A neat write up nonetheless
@Manipana - I know many folks, who prefer Chocolate day and they would prefer chocolates on these days :)

@Datta - I never believed in most of these days, but now I feel that such days create good environment all around and many folks make best use of these special opportunities.

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