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Happy Valentine’s Day!!

Happy Valentine’s Day to all our readers!

Today is the day when the world celebrates love. Valentine’s Day is celebrated as a day of love, passion, sacrifice and commitment. It is a very special day among couples and people who wish to express their love to someone special. However, Love as an emotion is not restricted to romantic relationships. Love is a universal feeling and it exists in every form of relationship. We love our parents, siblings, friends, teachers, mentors, life, aims, goals, and so many more people and things. Love is a strong emotion and its reception, expression and perception vary from person to person. We realize that for a committed teaching aspirant, your first love would be your aims and goals. Today, many people commit to their love and take a vow of a lifetime of togetherness- be it their family, friends, partners, or aims. We, at Adda247, are committed to helping our readers and teaching aspirants to achieve their goals- from clearing Qualifying tests to securing permanent government teaching jobs. On this special day, we ask our readers to reinforce their commitment towards their aim of securing government teaching jobs.

Do you know? The inception of Valentine’s Day can be traced back to the ancient Romans who celebrated the festival of Lupercalia from 13th February to 15th February. Many pagan rituals followed these days. One among them would be the lottery where men would draw out the name of women with whom they would couple up to celebrate the festivals and sometimes stay longer. In the 3rd century, St. Valentine gained popularity among the commons, as he would help Christian couples get married. Emperor Claudius II, who was against St. Valentine’s faith, ordered his execution on 14th February. By the 5th Century, St. Valentine emerged as the symbol of love and passion as Pope Gelasius completely dismissed the pagan rituals and associated them with St. Valentine’s Day.

Later on, many celebrated writers Geoffrey Chaucer and William Shakespeare gave sonnets and other forms of romantic writings to the world and propelled the popularity of St. Valentine’s Day. In modern times, St. Valentine’s Day is celebrated by exchanging flowers, cards and gifts to express love and passion among couples.

Adda247 wishes our readers a Happy and Committed St. Valentine’s Day. We wish you will renew your vow to study harder with full commitment. You might have to sacrifice the habit of indulging in non-productive activities such as social media and other distractions.

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