Tag Archives: Festivals Poems for Children

Thanksgiving Prayer for Family Dinner

Thanksgiving Prayer for Family, Children & Dinner: Thanksgiving Prayer

A Thanksgiving prayer brings to mind a festive table filled with turkey, cranberries, and other traditional dishes. Families surround the table with mouths watering as young cousins eyeball pumpkin pies with whipped cream. Before the turkey is carved, the family joins hands with heads bowed and offers words of thanks for the meal spread before them. There is no official …

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Thanksgiving Poem on being a Turkey: Thankful

Thanksgiving Poem about being a Turkey: Thankful

In the United States, the Thanksgiving holiday is a four-day holiday over a weekend, starting on Thanksgiving Thursday and ending on Sunday. Families and friends usually eat a special meal together (usually with a turkey as the main dish). This meal also usually includes mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, several casseroles, and stuffing. The food eaten today for Thanksgiving …

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Night of Thanksgiving: Children’s Festival Poem

Night of Thanksgiving - Lauren

English people often declared a “Thanksgiving” when something good happened. The London Company had a “day of Thanksgiving” at Berkeley Hundred, Virginia in 1619 to celebrate their new colony. In 1620 the Mayflower brought the Pilgrims to Massachusetts. They made their new home in what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts, 380 km northeast of what is now New York. In the …

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Thanksgiving: Harvest Festival Poem for Kids

Harvest Festival Poem for Kids: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a holiday in the United States and Canada when people give thanks. In the United States, it is on the fourth Thursday of November. In Canada it is on the second Monday of October. In 1863, Abraham Lincoln said the last Thursday of November would be a national Day of Thanksgiving for the United States. American immigrants brought …

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It’s Halloween: Halloween Poetry For Kids

It’s Halloween - Harry Behn

Trick-or-Treating in the United States: Some American colonists celebrated Guy Fawkes Day, and in the mid-19th century large numbers of new immigrants, especially those fleeing the Irish Potato Famine in the 1840s, helped popularize Halloween. In the early 20th century, Irish and Scottish communities revived the Old World traditions of souling and guising in the United States. By the 1920s, …

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दिवाली रोज़ मनाएं: दीपावली पर छोटी हिन्दी कविता

दिवाली रोज़ मनाएं - संदीप फाफरिया ‘सृजन’

भारत में यह त्योहार पांच दिनों तक मनाया जाता है। धनतेरस से भाई दूज तक यह त्योहार चलता है। धनतेरस के दिन व्यापार अपने बहीखाते नए बनाते हैं। अगले दिन नरक चौदस के दिन सूर्योदय से पूर्व स्नान करना अच्‍छा माना जाता है। अमावस्या के दिन लक्ष्मीजी की पूजा की जाती है। खील-बताशे का प्रसाद चढ़ाया जाता है। नए कपड़े …

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Durga Puja of Bengalis: Sonnet Mondal

Durga Puja of the Bengalis - Sonnet Mondal

Durga Puja is one of the most famous festivals celebrated in West Bengal state of India and particularly in Kolkata, in honour of Goddess Durga during the period of Navratri. It is celebrated for 10 days, however starting from the sixth day until the ninth day, the Pandals with grand idols of Goddess Durga are open for visitors. The tenth …

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मंगल दीप दिवाली: दिवाली पर हिंदी कविता

Motivational Hindi Poem about Diwali Festival मंगल दीप दिवाली

वह मंगल दीप दिवाली थी, दीपों से जगमग थाली थी। कोई दिये जला कर तोड़ गया, आशा की किरन को रोक गया॥ इस बार न ये हो पाएगा, अँधियारा ना टिक पाएगा। कर ले कोशिश कोई लाख मगर, कोई दिया न बुझने पाएगा॥ जब रात के बारह बजते हैं, सब लक्ष्मी पूजा करते हैं। रात की कालिमा के लिए, दीपों …

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दीप जलाओ दीप जलाओ आज दिवाली रे: बाल-कविता

Diwali Festival Hindi Bal Kavita दीप जलाओ दीप जलाओ आज दिवाली रे

दिवाली भारतीयों के लिए एक बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण त्योहार है और हमारे लिए लगभग कोई भी त्योहार आतिशबाजी के बिना पूरा नही माना जाता है। लोग पटाखों और आतिशबाजी को लेकर इतने उत्सुक होते हैं कि वह दिवाली के एक दिन पहले से ही पटाखे फोड़ना शुरु कर देते हैं और कई बार तो लोग हफ्तों पहले ही पटाखे फोड़ना …

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