Thanksgiving is celebrated on The fourth thursday of November.
Thanksgiving day all around the world.
Thanksgiving is essentially a harvest related festival. It celebrates communal harmony. Though it is said to have been originated in America, a number of other countries celebrate harvest related festivals. They are observed with different names and in different seasons.
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated with lot of fervor and merry-making in America. Celebrated on the fourth Thursday in the month of November every year, it is a time for communal thanksgiving, feeling gratitude, lavish feasts. It is a time to remember the pilgrims.
People of Canada celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday in the month of October every year. It is celebrated to thank the Lord Almighty for a bountiful harvest. America however celebrates thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November every year.
Thanksgiving is celebrated in quite a few parts of India, the major festivity is however, observed by Christians in the state of Goa.
Many Americans think of Thanksgiving as a wonderful time to celebrate getting out of school for a long weekend, and eating a great dinner. Or, maybe they think it is the start of the Christmas holiday season.
Thanksgiving is important to many people because it is a day to give thanks for all that we have. It is a day to sit with our families and count our blessings and not our shortcomings. It's also a sign of respect for our forefathers. It's also good to show appreciation to the Native Americans.
One day one turkey went to the school and in the way it found a worm an it go for the worm and a wolf trapped him and the turkey tried to escape and it go to the central policestation of turkeys and say that a wolf escape from the jail and police went to trap and police found the wolf in a haunter's trap, the policeturkeys find the wolf and put him in a jail then they celebrate with a big party and they ate a big worm.