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Valentines Day Week 2017 Special: Know importance and meaning of Rose Day

“Love And A Red Rose Can’t Be Hidden.' A Single Rose Is Enough To Say Thanks To Someone For Being There In Your Life. They Convey The Message- “I Love You.'

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Neha Singh | Updated on: 08 Feb 2017, 09:57:04 AM
Valentines Day Week 2017: Know importance and meaning of Rose Day (Image: Getty)

New Delhi:

The first day of Valentines Week is here which is beautiful and true to its name. Rose Day is celebrated on February 7. On this day, one can give roses to their loved ones or can express their love to someone they love the most and want to spend your whole life with that person. 

It's that time of the year when the sale of roses will be at peak. Roses are considered as the best medium to express your feelings of love and affection. Bouquet of roses can never be a bad idea to impress and celebrate your love for each other.

Check out meaning and significance of the different colour of roses:

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Red Rose: “Love and a red rose can’t be hidden.” A single rose is enough to say thanks to someone for being there in your life. They convey the message- “I Love You.” : Thomas Holcrof.

Yellow Rose: Yellow is the colour of friendship which expresses affection and appreciation that you have for somebody.

White Rose: Colour of peace and purity and if you want to apologise. It Symbolises innocence, sympathy, spirituality. Earlier it was considered as a symbol of true love.

Orange Rose: It is a mixture of friendship and love and you can give it to someone you’re fascinated with. 

Pink Rose: Pink symbolises gratitude and appreciation. Pink rose is basically given to someone to say thanks or to express sympathise.

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First Published : 07 Feb 2017, 08:13:00 AM