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Ever read the storey ONE EYE. a story of a wolf who lost his one eye in rivalry combat on Valentine day.
in some cases Valentines day is more or less a combat day, as the Knights of old King Arthurs days for a beautiful lady or story of Don Quoxote.

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Asked by sharad sharad, 02 Feb '12 10:46 am
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Did not read the story of One-Eye.
But celebrating a day without understanding it's essence can lead to many mishaps.
Even during Ganpati festival, the boys create unnecessary rivalry for trivial reasons, like one gang of boys should dance on the music of certain gully only and should not try to impress the girls from other gullies.
There is already a lot of silly stuff amongst the men.
And the boys will be boys.
Be it Valentine's day or Ganpati visarjan.
Answered by Aarnika Tiwaari, 02 Feb '12 10:50 am

 
  
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Nice information sharad bhau thanks
Answered by babu rao, 02 Feb '12 10:51 am

 
  
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