Say Hello to February, the month of love, the month of Valentine’s Day. And what better colour to wear this month than Red, the colour of passionate love. In 2021, February 5 is designated to be “Wear Red Day”. Red reads romance, power, and demands attention — that’s why we are drawn to red. But National Wear Red Day is a day in February when many people wear red to show their support for the awareness of heart disease. Yes, it actually has nothing much to do with Valentines Day.
Infact it draws attention towards a very serious issue – heart disease. It started in America and ofcourse continues to be an American tradition. But since world has become so interconnected that many of the American days have found great following even in Asia especially if it is for a issue that pertains supporting a large part of our population that suffers from heart disease.
So add a pop of red colour to show your support to heart related issues.
The colour red has unique meanings in different cultures:
– Red is the colour of good luck in Asia and is the most popular colour in China.
– Most Japanese children draw the sun as a big red circle.
– Red is an auspicious colour for marriage. Brides in India and Nepal wear red saris; in Japan, a red kimono symbolizes happiness and good luck.
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