Thanksgiving Day Symbols
Pumpkin Pumpkins are a Thanksgiving favorite for about 400 years.
Turkey Turkey is an inseparable part of Thanksgiving celebration.
Corn Corn were a part of first thanks giving feast & are popular till date.
Cranberry Cranberry sauce is turkey's favorite thanksgiving feast partner.
Cornucopia Cornucopia is a horn-shaped basket filled with fruits & goodies
Beans Beans are regarded as the third of the Indian Three Sisters.

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is a joyous family festival celebrated with lot of enthusiasm in US, Canada and several other countries. Thanksgiving Day Festival commemorates the feast held by the Pilgrim colonists and members of the Wampanoag people at Plymouth in 1621. On this day people express gratitude to God for his blessings and give thanks to dear ones for their love & support. Feasting with family is an integral & most delightful part of Thanksgiving Day celebrations.

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Thanksgiving Day is here again and yes an excellent time again for the people of United States to gather, party, plays and enjoy with close and dear ones. It’s an excellent time again for people to relax and enjoy a gala time with family and friends and together say thanks to lord who have blessed everyone this wonderful life and everyone who have been the reason of happiness and love of life.

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Thanks Giving day is here again and yes an excellent opportunity is here for the people to pay thanks to everyone. No wonder there are many people in one’s life who deserve a small gesture of thanks for all their support, love, guidance and more. In fact Thanksgiving day is an excellent day for everyone to pay thanks to their lord who is the creator of the world and every reason of happiness and for granting this precious life.

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In United States United States celebrates Thanksgiving Day with fervor, feasts & communal thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November every year.
In Canada People of Canada celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday of October every year and thank Almighty for a bountiful harvest.