Why is Rose Day Celebrated?

Rose Day is a holiday that is celebrated on February 7th, as part of the Valentine's Day celebration period.

It is a day when people exchange roses as gifts to show their love and affection for one another.

Roses are a symbol of love and affection, and they are often given as gifts to express these feelings.

On Rose Day, people may exchange roses with their romantic partners, friends,

or family members as a way to show their love and affection.

The holiday is not as widely celebrated as some of the other days in the Valentine's Day celebration period, 

but it is still a popular holiday for many people who want to

show their love and affection in a traditional and romantic way.