10 Most Famous Mango Varieties Grown in India


Mangoes are liked by everyone. Including children, men, women and old ones, they are the love for every person. Mangoes are rich of nutrition and are full of Vitamin C, pectin, fibers that helps to control cholesterol serum level of the body. It is also a good source of potassium. Large portion of Mangoes are grown in the developing countries like Pakistan and India. However, India is the major producer of Mangoes among the globe.

Here is the list of top 10 varieties of mangoes that are grown in India:

10. Kishen Bhog

The one of the most famous varieties of Mangoes that is cultivated in India is the Kishan Bhog. Most of the Kishan Bhog Mangoes are cultivated in the West Bengal. The fruit of this variety is mostly rich in flavor, sweet, and are of large size. The keeping quality of the Kishan Bhog is quite good. The mangoes of Kishan Bhog contain some minor amounts of turpentine so it stands on number 10th in our countdown.

9. Himsagar

The popular cultivation of the West Bengal and Bihar, Himsagar is the 9th most famous and most eaten variety of mangoes in India. It is considered as the best kind for desserts and making shakes. The fiber free mangoes are very pleasant to eat. The keeping quality of these mangoes is very good hence these can be kept for longer time.

8. Bombay Green

The one of the earliest forms of mangoes, Bombay green is mostly cultivated in the North India. Fruits are medium sized and have strong pleasant flavor of sweetness.

7. Totapuri

These mangoes are widely grown in the South India. The quality of food is medium and is famous for its typical sweet mango flavor. The variety of Totapuri is grown in the areas of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Tamil. The Totapuri mangoes are the really best choice for salads, pickles and drinks.

6. Langra

Langra is the one of the famous variety of mangoes that is grown in the areas of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha and West Bengal and Punjab. It is a mid-season variety of mangoes with the lemon yellow color and the turpentine flavor. The shelf life of this variety is medium.

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