Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated in much of North America, generally observed as an expression of gratitude, usually to God. The most common view of its origin is that it was to give thanks to God for the bounty of the autumn harvest. In the United States, the holiday is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. In Canada, where the harvest generally ends earlier in the year, the holiday is celebrated on the second Monday in October, which is observed as Columbus Day or protested as Indigenous Peoples Day in the United States. Thanksgiving is traditionally celebrated with a feast shared among friends and family. In the United States, it is an important family holiday, and people often travel across the country to be with family members for the holiday. The Thanksgiving holiday is generally a "four-day" weekend in the United States, in which Americans are given the relevant Thursday and Friday off. Thanksgiving is almost entirely celebrated at home, unlike the Fourth of July or Christmas, which are associated with a variety of shared public experiences (fireworks, caroling, etc.)
thanksgiving day in the united states, the fourth thursday in november is called thanksgiving day. on that day, americans give thanks for the blessings they have enjoyed during the year.thanksgiving day is usually a family day. people always celebrate with big dinners and happy reunions. pumpkin pie and indian pudding are traditional thanksgiving desserts. relatives from other cities, students who have been away at school, and many other americans travel a long distance to spend the holiday at home.