Dasheri mangoes are an Indian mango variety, Magnifera indica, from the north of India. Dasheri mangoes are known as the “mother” mango to many varieties found in the northern region of India. The sweet mangoes are also known as Dashehari mangoes, and the spelling can vary around the region.
The Langra, also known as Banarasi Langra, is a mango cultivar primarily grown in Banaras, Northern India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. This cultivar retains a greenish tinge while ripening. It is normally harvested during the last half of July. Around 2006, it was known to be gaining popularity on the international market.
Neelam mango grows in many areas of India and Pakistan. The more famous Pakistani varieties are from the Sindh region, the famous Indian varieties from the South of India. All said and done, this is a very fragrant fruit and highly relished by mango fans all over the world.
sindura mangoes Sindura mango is sharply elongated in shape, because of its extreme sweetness and flavor it is also known as Honey Mango. The flesh of this mango is really soft and melts very quickly and due to this reason it cannot be stored for long and have to be eaten within 2 – 3 days whenever purchased.