Thanksgiving Day 2022: This year the Thanksgiving Festival will be celebrated on 26 November. How is this festival celebrated? Let us know here when and how the celebration of this festival started.
Why and how is Thanksgiving Day celebrated, know its history
Thanksgiving Day is a traditional festival celebrated in North America. This festival is celebrated every year on the last Thursday of November. This time thanksgiving day Will be celebrated on 24 November 2022. On this day people keep a party in their house and invite their friends and relatives for dinner. Give gifts to each other. This festival is celebrated with pomp like other festivals. On this day people congratulate each other. Let us know why this festival is celebrated and what is its history.
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated with great pomp in America. This festival also has the same importance as Christmas. This day is a national holiday. On this day people thank each other. Let’s pray to God for the coming year.
In Canada, this festival is celebrated on the second Monday of October. It is believed that this festival was first celebrated by the Pilgrim Fathers in 1621. He was a European. But he settled in the US. He had a party to thank his neighbors for his first successful farming in America. It was named Thanksgiving Day. In 1789, George Washington made an official announcement to celebrate this day at the national level. Since then this day is celebrated as a national festival. Some historians say that this day was first celebrated in Florida in the year 1565. On the other hand, some believe that this day was first celebrated in Canada in 1578.
This day was earlier also known as Harvest Day. People in America like to cook and eat turkey on this day. The cultivation of maize and beans also begins on this day. Fish and seafood are also prepared on this day. Apart from this, different types of delicious dishes are prepared on this day.
Along with America, this festival is celebrated with pomp in England and European countries. After harvesting the crops, people invite their neighbors for a feast. During this people thank God. thank each other.