As the month of February has begun, lovebirds are excited for Valentine’s Day. Before celebrating love on Valentine's Day, everyone has a gala time celebrating Valentine's week with chocolates, roses, and cute little teddies. Though Valentine’s Day calls for cultural celebration all over the world, this day is not a public holiday. From cafes to grandeur malls, every hangout place is decorated in red and white as a symbol of Valentine’s week.
Chocolate Day is celebrated on the third day of Valentine's week after Rose Day and Propose Day. On this day lovebirds make the week even more special and sweet by exchanging chocolate hampers and sweets on this day. Chocolate day is celebrated with immense enthusiasm. Here are some of the wishes and pictures to share on Chocolate Day with your loved ones.
Also read: World Chocolate Day: An Ode To Chocolate
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The Maya would make chocolate drinks in spouted jars (📸), blowing air through the spout to make them froth #ChocolateDay 🍫— 🅰ntiquity Journal (@AntiquityJ) November 29, 2019
Such a spout was examined with neutron activation analysis to study the ceramic trade in Belize in the latest 🅰 👇
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