Today we are going to talk about Mango Varieties in India. Mango is what we call the king of fruits. This type of fruit has always been a fun and basic part of Indian life. Different types of mangoes from India offer pleasing flavors and aromas. So let us gather more information about different types of mangoes.
This type of mango, which is grown mainly in Malda district of West Bengal, is usually produced in June and July. Lakshmanbhog Mangoes with a shiny golden red skin and the right amount of sweetness were individually selected by the West Bengal government for export to the United States.
2. Alphonso Mangoes
The scientific name of this mango is Mangifera indica 'Alphonso'. Alphonso Mangoes grow during mid-July. This mango is internationally beloved for its sunshine yellow appearance and pleasing taste. Alphonso Mangoes is one of the most widely used. This mango is grown in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra.
3. Amrapali Mangoes
Amrapali Mangoes are produced almost all over India. This type of mango is a hybrid variety created in 1971. Amrapali Mangoes are known for their perfectly ripe deep red meat. Amrapali Mangoes have relatively short shelves compared to other commercials.
4. Badami Mangoes
Badami Mangoes produced in North Karnataka are very popular in India. The delicious taste of Badami Mangoes can be attributed to the fact that this type of mango is also called Karnataka-Alphonso in the neighboring areas. Badami Mangoes are usually sold from May to July.
5. Bombay Green Mangoes
Bombay Green Mangoes are considered to be the most famous mango of Punjab. Medium size Green Mangoes are available from May to July. This type of mango is completely fiber-less. Bombay Green Mangoes have a rich and spicy taste.
6. Chaunsa Mangoes
This mango is produced in Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh. This mango is found from May to early June. Chaunsa Mangoes is available in July and August and falls under the 'sucking' category. And Chaunsa Mangoes are especially famous for their yellow color and aroma. This type of mango is found to be soft.
7. Dasheri Mangoes
This mango is produced in Malihabad and Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh. Dasheri Mangoes, grown from mid-May to late August, are easily distinguished from other varieties of mangoes in India by their green bark and healthy taste. This mango is exported internationally to Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong and other countries in South-East Asia.
8. Fazli Mangoes
Fazli Mangoes are produced in Bihar and West Bengal. This type of mango is very popular because it is relatively larger than other mangoes with a lot of pulp. Fazli Mangoes have the right amount of sweetness. This type of mango is a late ripening fruit.
9. Gulab Khaas Mangoes
Gulab Khaas Mangoes are produced in Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal of India. This type of mango is considered to be a fun fruit. Gulab Khaas Mangoes display a pink flavor. And this type of mango tastes very sweet. Gulab Khaas Mangoes have blushing pink or reddish skin. And Gulab Khaas Mangoes are used to make mango based desserts. This type of mango is also exported abroad.
10. Himsagar and Kishan Bhog Mangoes
This mango is produced in Murshidabad, West Bengal. This mango is found from May to early June. A sweet and fragrant variety of Dasheri Mangoes is found. Dasheri Mangoes are also exported abroad.
11. Imam Pasand Mangoes
Imam Pasand Mangoes is manufactured in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. This type of mango available in the months of May and June is known as the king of mangoes for its unique taste. Imam Pasand Mangoes are widely sold abroad due to their soft skin and distinctive taste.
12. Kesar Mangoes
This mango is bound because of its orange appearance and heavenly taste. Kesar Mangoes are very famous for their distinct sweet taste. Kesar Mangoes is known as the 'Queen of Mangoes'. Kesar Mangoes are cultivated in Junagadh, Gujarat. These mangoes available in the period from May to July are taken as an ingredient in foreign dishes.
13. Kilichundan Mango
This type of mango is mainly grown in the state of Kerala. This type of mango is relatively large. Kilichundan Mango is a greenish-yellow color. In addition, Kilichundan Mango is used in many homes and restaurants to make delicious curries and pickles. This type of mango is a tropical tree.
14. Langra Mangoes
Langra Mangoes are considered to be very famous in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. This curry is produced in the month of June-July. Langra Mangoes are well known for their lemon-yellow skin tone and equally delicious taste. This type of mango is also known as 'Danka' mango in some parts of North India and Bihar.
15. Malgoa/Mulgoba Mangoes
Mulgoba Mangoes are cultivated in Salem, Tamil Nadu in India. This type of mango is known for its almost round shape and surprisingly thick skin. This type of mango is large in size, rich in pulp and juice. This mango is generally considered to be one of the best mangoes in the world.
16. Mallika Mangoes
Mallika Mangoes are produced all over India. This type of mango is known for its exceptional sweetness with the art of citrus, honey and watermelon. Mallika Mangoes are high quality fiberless orange-ish colored fruits. This type of mango is considered to be very popular in other countries besides India.
17. Mankurad Mangoes
This type of mango is considered to be the most popular of the mango varieties in Goa. This mango is a mid-season fruit. Mankurad Mangoes have very little fiber. Mankurad Mangoes are naturally perfectly sweet. And among other mango seekers, Mankurad Mangoes is better known than all the famous Alfonso mangoes.
18. Neelam Mangoes
Neelam Mangoes are found in fans all over the world. Neelam Mangoes are mainly grown in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. This type of mango has a distinct sweet smell compared to other mangoes. And Neelam Mangoes usually have a bit of a mango-orange side.
19. Paheri/Pairi Mangoes
This type of mango is mainly produced in the state of Gujarat. This type of mango, known as pure honey mango, usually goes on sale during the months of April to July. The sting of Pairi Mangoes is quite different from its remarkably sour and sweetness. Paheri Mangoes are exported in large quantities to the United States.
20. Raspuri Mangoes
This type of mango is considered to be one of the most popular varieties of mango. Raspuri Mangoes are cultivated in the Indian state of Karnataka. Raspuri Mangoes differ in oval shape and its skin which is almost inedible. This type of mango is very juicy. Raspuri Mangoes are rich in carotenes.
21. Rumani Mangoes
This type of mango is mainly grown in the state of Chennai. This type of mango is a greenish-yellow skin game that gives an elegant taste and juicy texture. Rumani Mangoes are very rich in carotenoids which are precursors of Vitamin A and Vitamin E and hence Rumani Mangoes are good for one's health. Apart from eating these delicious Rumani Mangoes in raw form, people now consume them in the form of smoothies, ice cream, jams, jellies and yogurt.
22. Safeda Mangoes
Safeda Mangoes are also called Benishan or Banganpali. This type of mango is considered a popular fruit in some parts of Andhra Pradesh. Safeda Mangoes are considered to be ‘The King of Mangoes in South India’. This mango with thin and firm skin is sweet in taste and lacks fiber in Safeda Mangoes.
23. Totapuri Mangoes
This type of mango is also called Sandersha mangoes. Totapuri Mangoes is a very famous city in Bangalore, India. Totapuri Mangoes is a medium sized greenish yellow mango. This type of mango is one of the notable varieties of mango in India with a distinct taste and aroma.
24. Vanraj Mangoes
This type of mango is mainly grown in the state of Gujarat. Vanraj Mango is one of the rare mangoes sold in Gujarat. Due to high demand in India, the prices of Vanraj Mangoes are slightly higher than normal. This type of mango is usually oval in shape like an egg but also slightly larger.
Vanraj Mangoes with a reddish color on the upper side of the skin almost looks like this rare fruit is blushing. In addition Vanraj Mangoes have excellent maintenance quality as they are in the mid-season variety of common mangoes.