The festival of Phulera Dooj is considered as auspicious and supreme day. This festival is celebrated in all regions of North India especially this festival is an important day in the areas of Braj, Mathura and Vrindavan. This festival is completely dedicated to Lord Krishna. Shukla Paksha Dwitiya is marked in the month of Phagun in Phulera Dooj, the Hindu calendar. Phulera Dooj falls between Vasant Panchami and the festival of Holi. Due to its special philosophy, which shows Lord Krishna preparing for the upcoming Holi, Krishna is held in temples.
Phulera literally means 'flower' which refers to flowers. It is believed that Lord Krishna plays with flowers. Therefore, on this day, Holi is played with colorful flowers with Lord Krishna. This festival brings happiness and joy in the lives of people.
Phulera Dooj is a day that is free from all defects. Therefore, on all the auspicious functions especially in marriage ceremonies, on the day of Phulera Dooj, no Muhurta is required. Most marriages are held in India on this day.
On this day, the temples of Lord Krishna are decorated with flowers. This day is very auspicious and especially for the temples of ISKCON organization.