Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Love has no right recipe. Or definition. With Cupid going online, finding a partner is just a swipe away. Valentine’s Day was celebrated by young lovers of the city. There are quite a few single bells ringing around. For them, this day is all about spreading love and cheer.
Rashmi Saxena, a student, for instance, visited the nearest orphanage to spend time with children who have no families. ”Valentine Day is not only for couples. Love has no boundaries or rules and regulations. Since I love having children around me, I went to an orphanage near my place and spent a big chunk of my day playing games with them and will also share sweets.’’
Dr. Ajay Dwivedi is also in no mood to give a rose to just one special someone. He is determined to give it to his patients. “I deal with patients from all walks of life every day.
As doctors, we struggle hard to bring relief to our patients. Sometimes it is a matter of life and death. On this Valentine’s, I plan to bring a smile to the faces of my patients by offering them a rose.” The doctor says he is sure this gesture of affection will help them recover fast.
Vinay Pant, a student, refuses to be drawn into the love fest. “It is an ordinary day for me. I don’t have someone special in my life, so I have decided to celebrate it by giving life to someone who deserves to live.” Vinay makes it a point to donate blood every V-day. “Some people may find it weird but this is my Valentine’s gift to someone I don’t know. I like to think I am a hero to that someone.”