Phulera Dooj 2021 Date
‘Phulera’ is derived from a Hindi word ‘phul’ which means flowers. On Phulera Dooj people play with flowers and colors with Sri Krishna. Devotees of Lord Krishna worship with deep devotion and seek his blessing for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness. Devotees play Holi with flowers with Sri Krishna on this day and also apply color on the Lord Krishna's idol. In temples dedicated to Sri Krishna in Mathura and Vrindavan, priests along with people can be seen sprinkling ‘gulal’ on all the devotees.
Phulera Duja is a ritual dedicated to Lord Krishna and associated with the festival of Holi and is observed on the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) second day (dwitiya) of the of Phalgun month (February – March) in North India. Phulera Duj 2021 date is March 15. In Lord Krishna temples especially in Braj regions of Vrindavan and Mathura, special rituals are held on the day of Phulera Dooj. People put a bit of color on the face of Lord Krishna and Sri Radha. Phulera Dooj is also spelled as Phulera Duj. It is believed that the union of Krishna and Radha took place on this day.
Significance of Phulera Dooj
As per astrology, the whole day of Phulera Dooj is considered auspicious
and free from all defects(Dosha) and is known as ‘aboojh muhurat'. Thus
there is no need to contact astrologers and pandits for an auspicious
time. It is believed that Marriages on this day don't require any
muhurat. Starting of any new business is considered auspicious on
The timing of Phulera Dooj is also important. Phulera Dooj is celebrated on Phalgun Shukla Dwitiya falling at sun rise. If Dwitiya tithi falls at sun rise on two days or does not fall at Sun Rise on any day then it is celebrated on the first day.