India is the largest producer of mangoes,There are hundreds of varieties of mangoes in India with a distinctive taste, shape and size. Mango is even the national fruit of India and cultivated mostly for edible fruit in the country.
The most famous varieties of mangoes in India are known as Alphonsos, Badami, Chausa, Langra, Neelum, Aamrpali, Malda, Banganapalli and Dasheri.
Hapus mango are known for sweetness, richness, flavor and for its taste in international market. The saffron colored Alphonso mangoes are the most expensive varieties of mango in India, grown mainly in Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Devgarh and Raigad districts of Maharashtra.
Dasheri mango are delicious variety of mangoes basically grown in North parts of India.
Langra mangoes are originally from near Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Langra Mangoes are normally hit the market during the end of July and mostly grown in Banaras/Varanasi.
Pairi Mangoes are hit the Indian market early in the season and an alternative of Ratnagiri Alphonso Mango with extremely juicy and taste.
Badami Mangoes are known for their natural freshness and mostly used for mango pulp and juice.
Chausa mango are one of the most popular variety of mango found in India, Commonly available in greenish-yellow color with unique taste and richness.
Malda Mango is the most notable product of Malda district in West Bengal and the special variety of mango is known as Fazli, very popular outside the country.
Himsagar mango from West Bengal is a medium-sized yellow to green colour mango, available in the market from May to June and grown in the Malda, Murshidabad of West Bengal.
Neelam mango is another most popular choice of mango, grows in many areas of India around Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
Mallika mango is a hybrid variety from Neelum and Dasheri with exceptionally sweet taste and ready to harvest from June to July.
Kishan Bhog is another popular varieties of Mangoes from West Bengal, Bihar and very rich in flavor and taste.
Raspuri are oval shape mango with excellent flavour and juicy in texture, considered as the Queen of Mangoes in India. Peddarasalu or Rasapuri as known in Karnataka.
Mulgoba mango is from Tamil Nadu and commercial variety of mango in south India, mostlygrown in districts of Salem, Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri.
Gir Kesar mango grown in the foothills of Girnar in districts of Junagadh and Amreli, around the Gir sanctuary and received geographical indication.
Amrapali mango is another hybrid variety of Dasheri and Neelum, introduced to farms and orchards across India.
Lalbagh Mango is another most famous variety of mango from Maharashtra, The red color mango used for pickles, dessert and fresh juice.
Totapuri mango from Karnataka are also known as Sandersha or Bangalora, used for mango pulp, slice and also grown in the Indian States of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
Banganapalli Mangoes or Benishan mango produced in Kurnool district and registered as one of the geographical indication of Andhra Pradesh.
There are many more list of mangoes cultivated in India such has Lakshmanbhog, Mallika, Sammar Bahisht, Safeda, Jauhari, Malgova and Rajapuri/Sharavani.
Bombay green mango are very popular for its green color and flavor.
Imam Pasand or Himayat mango is one of the lesser known variety of mango in Indiam grown in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu.
Gulaab Khaas is famous for its rosy flavour and aroma.
Lakshmanbhog mango is again from West Bengal, grown in the large orchards farms of mango in Maldah district and exported to the United States.
Suvarna Rekha Mango also called as Sundari, originated from Andhra Pradesh.
Rajapuri Mangoes are large in size and green in color, Rajapuri is also one of the largest of the Indian mango varieties.
Alampur Baneshan also known as Seeri is famous Banganapalli variety.
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Malihabad of Lucknow district is the popular mango belt of North India and famous for list of different varieties of mangoes in India such as Dussheri, Chausa, Fazli, Lucknowa, Jauhari, Lakhnaua Safeda, Munzar Aamin, Nazeer Pasand, Japani Lakhnaua, Kaccha Meetha, Paan mango, Ramkela and Kala Pahad.