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Valentine's Day which is celebrated across the world on 14th February, is named after Saint Valentine. Saint Valentine was a 3rd century Catholic priest from Rome. Rome was then ruled by Emperor Claudius II. It is believed that the Emperor wanted the soldiers to be devoted only to their country and had passed a law, which prevented soldiers from getting married. Saint Valentines used to secretly get these young soldiers married. On being caught by the Emperor, Saint Valentine was imprisoned and then executed on 14th February. Hence in memory of this holy saint, who believed in love and got together lovers, Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on 14th February.