Valentine’s Day

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The history of Valentine’s Day is associated with many legends. There are a number of Saints called Valentine who are honoured on February 14. The day became associated with romantic love in the Middle Ages in England. And now the day is celebrated around the world as a festival of love.

Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14. It is a festival of romantic love and many people give cards, letters, flowers or presents to their spouse, fiancé or partner. Common symbols of Valentine’s Day are hearts, red roses and Cupid.

People who would like to have a romantic relationship with somebody may use the occasion to make this known, often anonymously. It is a day to shower love and show appreciation towards loved one. It is an occasion to celebrate romantic love. Nowadays, it is also a very popular date for weddings.

Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to let your loved ones know that you are there for them, even if expressing it is not always easy. And therefore, the best way is to express your feelings through a nice gift.

Especially for the Valentine’s Day, Marcou Artifacts has designed creative decorative items which are designed artistically and in an eco-friendly way, which are ideal for decorating your homes for the festival as well as for gifting to your loved one. There are also a number of utility items.

Marcou Artifacts is a truly Goan enterprise which has always taken pride in being Goan and promoting Goan identity & Goan craft through their products. The company presents a fusion of creativity and quality, which promotes local talent.

 

 

 

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