Fālgun or Phālgun (Bengali: ফাল্গুন, Assamese: ফাগুন, Nepali: फाल्गुन) is the eleventh month in the Bengali calendar and Nepali calendar. This month is named after the star Uttorfalguni (উত্তরফাল্গুনী Uttôrfalguni). It marks the arrival of spring, the sixth and final season in Bangladesh, Nepāl and Assam. The first of Falgun usually falls on 13 February of the Gregorian Calendar.
In Nepāl, Holi, known locally as Fāgu Purnimā (फागुपुर्णिमा), falls during a full moon night of this month. In many parts of the country, especially in the urban areas, this day is celebrated by spraying colorful water-filled “pumps” (pichkari, पिचकारी) and colorful powders at each other. Traditionally, women wear yellow saris to celebrate this day.