Every mango has a unique tale to tell, which can include a varied home, a different taste, and a variety of colours. Every mouthful of this delectable fruit tells us a tale. Mangoes come in hundreds of different types around the world. In this section, we will look at the various mango types available in India.
We’re talking about the 24 varieties of mangoes grown in India. This is only a small percentage of the mangoes grown in India. Let’s take a look at what makes each of them special and where you can locate them.
Alphonso from Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
Alphonso mangoes are popular for their golden hue and sweetness, and they are available around mid-July. It was named in honor of Afonso de Albuquerque. It is India’s most popular mango. Ratnagiri and Devgad in Maharashtra are the greatest and most unique mango-lovers’ locations for Alphonso mangoes.
Mangoes Kesar from Junagadh, Gujarat
Kesar mangoes are named from their saffron hue and divine flavour. It is commonly regarded as the Queen of Mangoes due to its particular sweet flavor. Girnar Hills near Junagadh, Gujarat, is well-known for its Kesar mangoes. These hills are located 320 kilometers from Ahmedabad and are accessible via roads and railroads. From May to July, they are available. It’s utilized in a variety of unique dishes.
Dasheri Mangoes from Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow and Malihabad
Uttar Pradesh is regarded as the land of the Nawabs, and it is well-known for its royal mangoes. The mango belt in North India is well known in Lucknow and the surrounding areas. From mid-May to late August, they are available. They have green peels and a healthy flavor that sets them apart from other mangoes.
Mangoes from Murshidabad, West Bengal, Himsagar and Kishan Bhog
It comes from one of West Bengal’s Nawabi cities, Murshidabad, which is known for its broad range of delectable mangoes. The city is located 230 kilometers from Kolkata and is easily accessible by road and rail. Murshidabad is well-known for its mango varieties such as Kishan Bhog, Begumpasand, Nawabpasand, and Himsagar. From May through early June, Himsagar mangoes are harvested.
North Karnataka Badami Mangoes
North Karnataka is well-known for its Badami mangoes. In adjacent places, Badami mangoes are also known as Karnataka-Alphonso mangoes. From May to July, they are available.
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh Langra Mangoes
Varanasi is well-known for its Langra mangoes. It is a popular destination for mango enthusiasts throughout the country. Mangoes from Banarasi Langra are accessible in June and July. They are well-known for their lemon-yellow skin and delectable flavor.
Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh Chausa Mangoes
Mango enthusiasts go to Hardoi and its surrounding areas in Uttar Pradesh. It is 112 kilometers from Lucknow and is reachable by road. Hardoi is well-known for its Chausa mangoes. It is only accessible in July and August. These mangoes are known for their yellow hue and aroma and belong to the sucking category.
Andhra Pradesh Safeda Mangoes
Safeda is famous in several parts of Andhra Pradesh. In South India, it is known as the “King of Mangoes.” This mango is larger than the other types. This fruit has a meaty feel; the thin and tight skin of this mango is sweet and devoid of fiber. Vitamins A and C are abundant in Safeda Mango.
Green Bombay Mangoes from Punjab
Sadda Punjab is a mango lover’s paradise, noted for its Bombay Green Mangoes. These medium-sized mangoes are available from May through July and attract people from all over the world.
Bangalore, Karnataka Totapuri Mangoes
Totapuri mangoes are well-known in India’s electronic city. These mangoes are often referred to as Bangalora or Sandersha mangoes. Mangoes are medium-sized greenish-yellow fruit. From May to July, they are available. Totapuri is a notable sort of mango in our country, having a distinct flavor and perfume.
Andhra Pradesh’s Neelam Mangoes
These mangoes are found throughout India, however the sweetest and most distinct kind of Neelam mangoes are grown in Andhra Pradesh. It is only available between May and July. They have a distinct sweet smell and are tiny and orange in hue.
Karnataka Raspuri Mangoes
They are grown in the southern region of Karnataka, including Bangalore, Kolar, and Ramanagara. It is available during the months of May and June. Raspuri Mangoes are a popular mango varietal. It is distinguished by its oval shape, and its skin is inedible. Raspuri Mango has a flavor that rivals that of any other mango if gathered at the correct time.
Salem, Tamil Nadu Malgoa Mangoes
Malgoa mangoes are distinguished by their round form and thick skin. It is grown in several parts of Tamil Nadu, primarily in Salem. It is only accessible in July and August. This mango has a lot of pulp and juice. It is regarded as one of the best mango varieties in the world.