What is Valentine's Day?

Valentine's Day is a holiday that is celebrated annually on February 14th. It is a day dedicated to celebrating love and affection between intimate partners, friends, and family members. The holiday has its roots in ancient Roman times and was later named after St Valentine, a Catholic priest who was martyred in the 3rd century. In modern times, Valentine's Day is widely celebrated around the world and has become a commercial holiday with the exchange of cards, flowers, chocolates, and gifts between loved ones. People also celebrate by going out for romantic dinners, taking trips, or spending quality time together. The day is often associated with the color red and the heart symbol, which is used to represent love and affection.