The rituals of Phalguna Amavasya hold extreme significance as they are
observed to attain prosperity, welfare, and blessings.
Phulera Dooj is celebrated in the middle of Phalguna month and is considered as a symbol for the arrival of Holi.
Two shivaratri are most famous among all, Phalguna Triodshi is famous with the name of Maha Shivaratri
and second one is Sawan Shivaratri.
The Dola festival is the Holi festival' of the present times, as indicated by its date(
15th Phalguna) and the manner of its observation.
As per Indian Calendar and Hindu Calendar, Mahashivratri will be observed on the Chaturdashi Tithi during the Krishna Paksha in the month of Magha(Phalguna).
The Paryushan or the Dashalakshanaparva, during the last days of Kartika, Phalguna and Asadha are the periodical holy days
when the devotees observe a fast and perform worship in temples.
As per the Hindu beliefs, the people who keep a fast of Phalguna Purnima
and worship Lord Vishnu and God Moon on this day are bestowed with the divine blessings of the deity and also get relieved from their present and past sins.
It lasts for a night and a day, starting on the evening of the Purnima(Full Moon day)
falling in the Vikram Samvat Hindu Calendar month of Phalguna, which falls somewhere between the end of February
and the middle of March in the Gregorian calendar.