Chirag Doshi :
Prior to my marriage, I did not celebrate Valentine’s Day. I believe that our age group, as well as our overall development and progress in life, influence how we consider it. A person in their early thirties, for example, may celebrate differently than someone in their early twenties. Every year since my marriage, we have celebrated it in various ways. It’s very exciting for us because of the bond we formed after spending time together. People make efforts to make each other happy in the early stages of a relationship. However, as time passes, they begin to understand each other and only invest in what makes the other person happy.
Himanshu Padole :
After my marriage, I began celebrating Valentine’s Day. My marriage has changed my perspective on it. We don’t have any special plans, but we will celebrate by taking a long drive, watching a movie together, and eating a delicious meal.
Poonam Ruikar :
Prior to my marriage, I had never celebrated Valentine’s Day. But we are now celebrating. We celebrated our first year together in a special and memorable way by giving flowers, cutting a cake, and surprising each other. We recently got married and are looking forward to our future together.
Prior to my marriage, I had never celebrated Valentine’s Day. However, it is an unforgettable experience. Our first Valentine’s Day together was absolutely incredible. My husband made me feel very special by bringing me flowers, taking me out to a candlelit dinner, and surprising me. People who are together should definitely celebrate Valentine’s Day. They should get together once a year to celebrate.
Sonali Dhoble Shrivastav:
For me, there has been no noticeable difference. We do celebrate our love by spending a lot of time together. Couples should mark the occasion of Valentine’s Day. This provides them with an excellent opportunity to cherish their relationship. We did celebrate prior to marriage by exchanging flowers and gifts. Every year, every moment that is special to one of us becomes special to the other.