Phulera Dooj is one of the notorious celebrations that is commended in the respect of Lord Krishna with incredible eagerness and enthusiasm in the northern conditions of India. It is seen on the 'Dwitiya' second day of the Shukla Paksha brilliant fortnight of moon amid the Hindu month of Phalgun or amid the long stretches of February-March according to the Gregorian date-book. 'Phulera' originate from a Hindi word 'phul' which means blossoms. Upon the arrival of Phulera Dooj individuals play with bloom and expectation that the lively shades of Holi acquires bliss the life of all.
The celebration of Phulera Dooj interferes with the festivals of 'Vasant Panchami' and the vivid celebration of 'Holi'. Therefore, a large portion of the customs of Phulera Dooj is related with the celebration of Holi. The fitting planning of Phulera Dooj gives enthusiasts a look of the unique 'darshan' in which Lord Krishna is preparing for the up and coming Holi celebration.