Tuesday, 14 February 2012

The Day of Love...

The Love is in the air. Cupid is too busy in shooting the arrow of love from the bow, to the hearts of people who ever is coming across him. The couples in Love were eagerly waiting for this day to come since such a long time. So many singles will be getting  into a relationship on this day of Love. And countless number of them have been planning to confess their love to their special one on this particular day. But, Hey you people in Love... Do u think cupid is on holidays on rest of the 364 days of the year? Do you really need a particular day to express this eternal feeling called as Love?

Today while travelling to my office I heard two college boys sitting next to me and making a plan to propose some girl. They were fully prepared and I could see some roses and some chocolates in their bags too. Well, this is their age to do such stuffs and I don't think it is wrong either but what made me think over it is both the guys together were making plans to propose the same girl and the line they told at the last was "Teri Nahi toh Meri" with the Hi-five. So is this what is called as True Love?

Well, if I am not wrong this trend of celebrating Valentines Day came in India since Rahul, Pooja and Nisha celebrated it for the first time. Yeah I am talking about a movie "Dil Toh Pagal Hai". And since then everyone came to a conclusion that this is the day of Love. But, was there no Love before this movie released? Was there no Love before Valentines Day was celebrated? 

Did Radha-Krishna celebrated this Day to show their love? No... Even than their love is considered as immortal.
Did Devdas-Paru shared the gifts on this specific day? No... Even than their love is remembered as one of the greatest love story in India.
Did Meera wait for this particular day to confess her love to Krishna? No... Even than her feelings are respected by every Indian even after decades. 

Love is eternal, unconditional and divine. So please do not wait for a particular day to cherish it or express it. Celebrate love every moment and enjoy its depth and purity rather than waiting for a particular day.

No, I am not against celebrating Valentines day in India or any such kind a crap that we keep hearing in media on every Valentines Day. It all depends on an individuals wish whether they want to celebrate it or not. And if they get happiness in celebrating it then they definitely should and must do it without any second thought. But, I wish this celebration should not last only for the particular day but it should last forever in every moment of their life. Well, that's it for today. And I would like to end this by wishing A very Happy Valentines Day to all my Reader's :-)

P.S: I had a beautiful day today as my day started with a special show for Valentines Day on Zoom TV called as Love Anthems . Those were some best romantic songs collection and that too without a single break.

P.P.S.S: And now I am reading my favorite book "I too had a Love Story". I am reading this book for the second time and I suggest everyone that if you like love stories then this book is going to be a treat for you. You will smile while going through some amazing pages of books, you will be in an imaginary world when you will read some of the romantic incidents, you will be in tears when you feel the Love between Khushi and Ravin, you will cry like you have lost your life while going through the last few pages of the book and the story will touch your heart so deeply that for days together you will not be able to come out from the hang over of the book. Author Ravin have made Khushi immortal. Every guy will wish to have a girl like Khushi and every girl will wish someone to love them as much as Ravin. 


  1. hmmm....Lovely thought on this beautiful day and your questions are absolutely right....We dont need any special day to express our love but if you walk from the history to the present you will observe that lots of upgradation have occured and we adapted ourselves according to the situation, according the atmosphere. Dil to pagal hai movie was just the reflection of the society and people liked it and adapted this Valetines day concept. So the people who are liking it they will celebrate and those dont like it they wont celebrate after all this is the matter of their personal choice.
    You are requesting cupid to stay away from you and on the other hand you are reading romantic book I too had a love story...dont make cupid confuse:) Well lovely write up..keep posting and keep writing:)

  2. @Mithlash: Well, reading a love story is far different then falling in Love.:-P And Thanks for the 1st comment and your valuable thoughts :)

  3. Great sharing Sonia! Lots of love was read all over now, and I'm happy about what I've read here. Not all people celebrating this special day. But it doesn't mean they were against in this occasion. We can sow our love in many ways and in any hour of the day everyday.

    I wish you had a great day too Sonia! :)

  4. Great post, Sonia! We definitely shouldn't make one day out of our calendar year exclusive to love. That needs to happen 365 days per year!

    I, personally, don't like how Valentine's Day has changed through the years. It used to be for couples ~ something special from the heart, chocolates, flowers, etc., but now it has become so commercialized, at least in the Western part of the world. Gifts are more expensive and it's turning into another Christmas which the retail stores thrive on.

    Nice to see a new post from you :-) Keep up the good work!

  5. Very well said. :) Love should always be sincere and from the heart and one doesnt have to wait for one special day to shower his/her love to the other.

    P.S: you have very nice company in the form of that book. :)

  6. @Sagittarian: Thank you.. I am Glad dat u liked it:)

    @ ~*Princesa Fiona*~: Thank you sooo much dear.. I felt so good reading your comment. :)

    @ Raj: Thank You Raj. Ya that book is really close to my heart. Thanks for your comment:)

  7. Such a great and thoughtful writing about Love and Valentines day. Every word of yours is Indeed very true, there is no need for someone to wait for this particular day to celebrate. But also there is nothing wrong in grabbing this amazing opportunity - valentines day - to make the day more special for your loved ones, am i right? :)

  8. Love is blessing.Lovely post :).

    I gave you an award :).

  9. @ Elvirah: You are absolutely right girl.. There is no problem at all to make this day special one wit ur loved once:)

    @Izdiher: Thank You soooo much dear:)