ABOUT THANKS GIVING DAY
On various dates people are celebrate “thanksgiving day” as national holiday in the United States, Canada, Saint Lucia and Liberia. The day is begin with giving of thanks and sacrifice for the blessing of the harvest & of the preceding year
WHEN THANKSGIVING IS CELEBRATING IN USA.
Every year, Thanksgiving are celebrate on fourth Sunday in November as the official day declared by President .This year it’s celebrating on Thursday November 25th.
HISTORY OF THANKSGIVING DAY
Every year, the feast of Thanksgiving is held to recognize the first in AMERICA, which took place in 1621 in Pennsylvania &1619 in Virginia. The Wampanoag Indians, Massachusetts & the colonists in Plymouth, had a feast at this time. So, the day is roots, culture & tradition in AMERICA,
SIGINIFICANCE OF THANKSGIVING
The real symbolism of the Thanksgiving is being grateful to God. It’s also a celebration of the togetherness. The celebration began with the pilgrims called it their first Thanksgiving. It is a way to reach God and create a harmonious companionship with him.
HOW DO PEOPLE CELEBRATE THANKS GIVING DAY
At this holiday many families celebrate traditionally with a Thanksgiving dinner by saying Grace. As Thanksgiving is a time for celebration, good foods, and giving thanks. So as gathering with family, crush unworldly amount of stuffing and enjoy a football game in the crisp Autumn air.
Many Charitable organization offering Thanksgiving Gifts and Dinner .This day is a reminder of the genocide of the millions of the Native people. A few survivors perished over those first cold months due to inadequate housing and nourishment. The few survivors held a three days feast to celebrate the harvest and to demonstrate thanks to the native tribes who helped them survive the harsh winter. Thus, Thanksgiving is also getting revolutionized with the modern world.
However, as the COVID-19 pandemic is in being, the celebration can be expected to moderate. Those who will not meet their families can enjoy the feast over video calling.
Wishing you and your family ‘Happy Thanksgiving’!