Phulaich signifies 'the celebration of blossoms' and according to Hindu timetable it is sorted out in the period of Bhadrapada. The celebration is related with the blossoming of blooms in the Kinnaur valley. On this day, nearby villagers go to the mountains to gather Ladra blooms influenced by playing drums.
The celebration is sorted out as a demonstration of recalling the ones passed away. Relatives offer rice, wine and nourishment to the perished ones, which later are disseminated among poor people. Afterward, villagers go to visit the Dhangaspa family house and demonstrate their regard by garlanding the individuals from the family. A genuine impression of Hilly culture can be found in the bright festival process.