Some took hikes on a warm day on the campus, as DU primarily faded matter now so others skimmed through jewelry articles in the Kamla Nagar market. Some bought fragrances while others, outfitted in red as well as white, walked with roses granted by their beloved. Nevertheless, unlike in earlier years, Valentine’s Day celebrations in DU primarily faded. In North Campus on Tuesday was damped, with the famous, balloon-bedecked eateries staying long for lovelorn buyers.
For the senior students, the day recalled them of how their life on campus. Their potential love lives -had been trimmed by the Covid-19 pandemic. A third-year student in the Law Faculty said that
The first two years of our college were finished in virtual classes. Ignore meeting new people, it was unbelievable to even phase-out of the home. With a year of normality taken off, it suddenly feels like we have no time vacated. That is why my partner and I chose to make the most of the day by swinging around the campus and soaking it all in. We don’t know where life will bring us after we graduate.
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The customary Virgin Tree puja at Hindu College, in which a lady idol, usually a Hindi film star, was honored around a tree every year on Valentine’s Day, did not have a high profile this year because of fuss by the institution’s women’s growth cell that the exercise was “patriarchal and misogynistic”.
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Despite it being the foremost post-pandemic Valentine’s Day, numerous kids said that the event was no longer about “making large gestures”. Things have turned into quite a bit now and fewer gestures on a better ordinary basis have achieved significance. These days gestures on social media are what subject the most. While I did get a pair of earrings for my friend, it is our activity on social media that measures.
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Till late in the afternoon, balloon vendors stayed hopefully for buyers across the campus. Flowers were, yet, the choice of the day. A Class XI student said that due to some restrictions, I am unable to be thoughtful to go outside and eat up a lot of time with my friends. But I didn’t want to skip out on the day, so I believed in giving him a rose. That’s all that I can do at this time to exhibit to him that he is important to me.