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Answer needed to my question………….i”m sure we”ll get to read many imaginative answers

wat you would do in a valentines day without RED ROSES????


RED is one of the most sweetest colours of roses.
Red rose has been always considered as symbol of love.
Red roses hav a special kind of Beauty which just cant be decorated in words.
Its beauty has made many of them bend on their knees for getting one.
Red roses are the most wanted flowers for young lover ……..
have you ever thought of a valentines day without red rose?
Think and do reply me that Mostly on 14th of february wat would happen if there would be no red roses in the world?

so enjoy your Valentine’s along with your valentine with a red rose to make it more sensous


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40 Responses

  1. Swathi says:

    I didnt ask which b”day……
    celeberating b”day is a english custom and you do it……………..

  2. Swathi says:

    this way even i can say dat we celeberate 14th feb from the Hindu calender(calender written by hindu comany…….)

    Wat say?????????

  3. Swathi says:

    that’s like a good supporting friend………………………..
    thanks dear………….

  4. Swathi says:

    I’m not that dumb……………
    I just mean that you are meaning that you are only celebrating your B”day very simply………….

    but remember simply yet in English customs

  5. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    I dont expect.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  6. lkjhgf says:

    First f all Happy valentine day.
    Urs blog are also good as mine.

    As u have read my blog “How valentines day began?”
    I wrote about different color of roses and the meaning it expresses.

    Give one of it but still no one comes in comparison with red.

  7. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    I believe in my own strength of conviction and dont go in for any support.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  8. lkjhgf says:

    Ha kahi saandh piche na pad jaaye.

    Hahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. lkjhgf says:

    good tough fight………..on such a beautiful day.

    anywayz good pt of b”day sach me hila k rakh diya

  10. lkjhgf says:

    sahi he lage raho………..

    Every single thing has some advantages and disadvantages.

    Red is the color of our blood and so its hot favourite in love like environment.
    Just bcoz it signals bad things
    would u change the color of ur blood??????????????

  11. Swathi says:

    i would say that it depends upon each other persons views on how to react or act on this blog…….
    but i must say that we both arent wrong……………….
    right??????????????

  12. Swathi says:

    If not red then the other preffered colour is always pink…………………..
    But from me a yellow one to you……………….
    as it stands for Friendship………….
    Wat say?????

  13. pulak_2442 says:

    I know red roses are symbol of love.Roses are beautiful as love is beautiful.

  14. Swathi says:

    Yellow can surely be given…

  15. Swathi says:

    So wat is Mob’s use if they dont even encourage u ???????????

  16. Service_to_all says:

    My comment clearly states “Also”. There is a clear emphasis, that one has to be guarded as well.

    If one is not aware of the negatives, and when it hits, the impact will be devastating.

    Take a simple example. When you are buying any electronic goods, dont you do a comparison between similar products. Isnt there a list of advantages and disadvantages considered. Will you blindly buy considering only the advantages.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  17. Swathi says:

    Even i believe in self conviction but i”m not of the view that when a person supports us just ignore them dont reply them and hurt them……..
    i guess that is a enough answer to your comment…………………..
    but remeember strenght rises by supports……………….

  18. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    MOB is also support and show of strength.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  19. smile_kanth says:

    Yes, yello is always said as the colour of friendship.

  20. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    I meant the traditional hindu calendar birthday?

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  21. Swathi says:

    But you do celeberate your b”day…………

  22. Swathi says:

    As if……………
    so on your b”day you go to a temple……..
    and no one wishes you happy b”day right?????????????

  23. Swathi says:

    Red surely signals Danger etc………..
    but why to always look after the negative points……….

    its just as said that-
    “Inspite of our 100’s of mistakes we love ourselfs then wat right we have to hate others on the basis of their one mistake”
    Then inspite of the Danger y cant we look after the love & compatiability present in RED colour????/?????????????

    Do explain your point to me if i”m wrong……………….

    With lots of Pleasure

    Swathi

  24. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    When I say celebrate, I go to a temple. If that you call as english custom then no one can help.

    As per hindu custom, the first birthday is celebrated as Ayush homam, one celebrates the 60th birthday called sasthiabda poorthi, the 80th birtday as sathabishekam. These have been in vogue much before the british culture was copied.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  25. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    If you dont know about hindu customs on the vaious birthdays celebrated please see my post above.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  26. Service_to_all says:

    The comment was in response to “lkjhgf”. Please track the thread of comments.

    If you think ayushhomam, Sasthiabdha poorthi and shathaabishekam are celebration and as per your reasoning, “celebrations” are english custom, I dont think I need to discuss any further.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  27. lkjhgf says:

    The battle Still continues……..

    Our culture has never said to celebrate the b”day whether u do according to hindu calender or western.

  28. Swathi says:

    I would see wat r the disadvantages.But i wouldnt just leave that appliance just for a few disadvantages that it has………….
    so it means you would just leave that appliance???????????????

  29. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    The colour also signals Danger, Stop etc….

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  30. lkjhgf says:

    I dont wait till year to go to the temple. I go daily.
    Going to temple is not termed as celebrations.

  31. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    Yes I do celebrate my birthday but my star birthday.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  32. lkjhgf says:

    my religion(Jainism) doesnot tell to celebrates b”days.

    And i dont think so other religions also say to celebrate our b”day.
    The post u hav mentioned clearly states that ” is celebrated.”

    NO religion tells to do it infact we people celebrates it.

    The occasions such as shivaji jayanti is what we celebrate not our religion or that person tells us to do it.

  33. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    Any response to my response on your claims of anything celebrated as english like.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  34. Cindy says:

    Red is my fav color, so if you have no red rose, you can always give pink rose, that is also color of love, what say?

  35. Swathi says:

    where did culture come from???????????????
    we do many other things which arent part of our culture………..
    Our culture and Heritage surely tops on the priority list………
    but only culture is not life……………

    That way even Birthdays arent part of our cultre rather…….It has also come from English culture….hasnt it????????????????
    so dont you celebrate your b”day???????????

  36. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    Right or wrong is a different ball game all together. I would like you to answer a simple straight question. Is this part of our great culture,heritage and tradition.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  37. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    What is sweet for one could be poison to another.

    Take the example of the washing machine itself, If size is a constraint despite all the fantastic positives, and I cannot fit it into my current housing structure, I will not go in for a new house, just accomodate this machine. Is it not??

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

  38. lkjhgf says:

    ayushhomam:- This Homam is performed to Lord Shiva, so that the devotee performing this homam will get longevity in life.

    Is this related to celebration?

    I was commenting againgst the word u use that “I am celebrating in Hindu terms and according date”

    I jusat want to say that no religion tells us to celebrate our b”day
    i m not concern whether its Hindu or western

  39. Swathi says:

    I didnt know that you were replying to the other person………….
    But anyways going to templeon a specific day cant be said as any celebration……………
    So the conclusion comes that you do celeberate your b”day…………….
    By which means that is after all your wish no one can interupt……………..
    But even if a single person wishes you a happy b”day which you acccept it means you go acc. to english customs……………….

    What say>??????????????

  40. Service_to_all says:

    Hello,

    As I said I dont expect. If some one wishes, it is that individuals choice, and I have no control over it.

    Regards,
    SERVICE TO ALL

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