how many mango varieties in india

How many mango varieties are in India

How many mango varieties are in India

India is known for the varied varieties of mangoes grown here.

Many other varieties of mangoes are grown in India, and it is difficult to give an exact number.

Most Mangoes are called Table Mangoes means they are often used, eaten fresh, or out of hand.

Some of the mangoes are mapped state-wise, but due to the development of the taste of mangoes in India, many varieties are cultivated in most Indian states. 

State of India Variety of Mango
Andhra Pradesh Allumpur Baneshan, Bangalora, Banganapalli, Cherukurasam, Himayuddin, Suvarnarekha, Neelum, and Totapuri
Assam Amrapali, Bhati Aam,  and Mati Aam
Bihar Bathua, Bombay Green, Chausa, Dasheri, Fazli, Gulabkhas, Himsagar, Kishen Bhog, Langra, Sukul, and Zardalu
Chandigarh Alphonso, Bombay Green, Chausa, Dasheri, Himsagar, Kesar, Kupi, Neelum, Safeda, and totapuri, 
Chhatisgarh Dasheri, Langra
Goa Alphonso, Fernandin, Mankurad, Totapuri
Gujarat Alphonso, Dasheri Jamadar, Kesar, Langra, Neelum, Rajapuri, Ratna, Totapuri, and Vanraj.
Haryana Chausa, Dasheri, Fazli, Langra and Sarauli.
Himachal Pradesh Chausa, Dasheri and Langra
Jammu and Kashmir Amarpali, Dasehri, Fazli,and Malta.
Jharkhand Amrapalli, Bombai, Chausa, Gulabkhas, Himsagar, Jardalu, Mallika, and Langra. 
Karnataka Alphonso, Banganapalli, Bangalora, Neelum, Mulgoa, Pairi, rasalu, and Totapuri.
Kerala Alphonso, Bennet Alphonso, Bangalora, Banganapally, Chandrakaran,  Guddadat, Kalapady, Moovandan, Mundappa, Neelum,Olour, and Pairi.. 
Madhya Pradesh Alphonso, Amrapalli, Bombay Green, Dasheri, Fazli, Langra Mallika, Neelum, and Sunderja, 
Maharashtra Alphonso, Gulabi, Kesar  Pairi, Mankurad, Mulgoa, Rajapuri, Ratna, and Vanraj
Mizoram Rangkuai, Theihai, 
Orissa Amrapalli, Aruni, Baldev, Baneshan, Chena Manda, Dashehari, Ganga, Gulab Basa, Gulab Khas, Himsagar, Kalimundi, Karpura Rasa, Kesar, Langra, Madhu, Mallika, Neelum, Suvarnarekha, and Vanraj, 
Punjab Chausa, Dasheri langra, and Malda
Rajasthan Bombay Green, Chausa, Dasheri and Langra
Sikkim Rangkuai, Theihai, 
Tamil Nadu Alphonso, Totapuri, Banganapalli, Malgova and Neelum
Telangana Alphonso, Dasheri, Goa bunder, Pairi, Mahabooda, Safeda.
Tripura  Amarapali, Himsagar and Mallika
Uttar Pradesh Bombay Green, Chausa, Dasheri and Langra
Uttarakhand Alphanso, Amrapali, Banganpalli, Chausa, Dashehri, Himsagar,  Kesar, Langra, Neelam, and Totapuri.
West Bengal Amrapally, Anaras, Anupam, Banganpalli, Begam Pasand, Bhaduri, Bhawani, Bimli, Bombay Green, Dilpasand, Dophala Gol, Fazli, Gopal Bhog, Gulabkhas, Himsagar, Jahanara, Kishenbhog, Ladwa, Langra, Mallika, Mehmud Bahar, Neelum, Panja, Prabha Shankar, Rani Pasand, Totapuri Red, and Totapuri. 

 

Alphonso Mango

It is a premium variety of mango known for its sweetness and delicate flavor.

Alphonso mangoes, also known as Hapus, are widely considered to be the best quality mangoes in India.

They are known for their sweet, aromatic flavor and thin skin that is easy to peel.

Season of Alphonso Hapus Mango: End of January to May end or June first to the second week. 

Kesar Mangoes 

Kesar mangoes, which are native to Gujarat, are also highly prized for their flavor and are often used to make aam ras.

This popular mango puree is served with phulka, chapati, and parathas.

Season of Kesar Mango: End of March to May end or June July first to the second week. 

Pairi mango

Pairi, called Payari, is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the western states of Maharashtra and Gujarat.

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Pairi mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval shape. They are often smaller in size than some other varieties of mango.

If you can try Pairi mangoes, they are worth seeking out for their delicious flavor.

Season of Pairi Mango: End of March to May end or June first to the second week. 

Dasheri Mango

Dasheri mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

Nawab of Lucknow was fascinated with various kinds of mangoes. His gardener first cultivated these mangoes in Dasheri village near Kakori in Lucknow nearly in the 18th century.

Season of Dasheri Mango: They are typically available from June to August in India.

Chandrakaran mango (ചന്ദ്രകാരൻ)

Grown in Kerala, a mango variant that is loved and the most expensive mango variety found in the Kerala state used in recipes and traditional items like Mambazha Pulissery.

Season of Chandrakaran Mango: April to May end or June first to the second week. 

Rajapuri mango 

Rajapuri mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the western state of Maharashtra.

It is known for its large size heavyweight mango of Maharashtra.

The biggest size of mango is around 1.5 kg to 2 kg, and sweet, juicy flesh. It belongs to Rajapur village in Konkan Maharashtra.

The skin of the Rajapuri mango is thick and yellow in color, and the Fruit has a distinct oblong shape.

Rajapuri mangoes are often used to make juice, ice cream, and other sweet treats.

They are also the most popular choice for making pickles and chutneys.

The season for Rajapuri mangoes is relatively short, and they are often in high demand due to their sweet flavor and juicy flesh.

Season of the Rajapuri Mango: April to May end or June first to the second week.

Banganapalli mangoes

Banganapalli mangoes also called as Banganapalle, Bainganapalli which are grown in Andhra Pradesh. 

They are known for their sweet, juicy flesh and are often used to make mango pickles and chutneys.

Season of the Banganapalli Mango: Starts in April to June end.

Mango Map of India

Chausa mango 

Chausa mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the northern states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

It is known for its sweet and slightly sour flavor, as well as its juicy flesh.

It has yellow skin and a round or oval shape, and they are often larger in size than some other varieties of mango.

Season of the Chausa Mango: They are available from June to August in India.

Langra Mango

Langra mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Langra mangoes have thick green skin that turns yellow as the Fruit ripens and have an oblong or oval shape.

Season of the Langra Mango: They are typically available from July to September.

Neelum mango

Neelum mango, also known as Neelam mango, or nelam aam, is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, and Andhra Pradesh. Known as the South Indian dessert mango.

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh. It is often smaller in size than some other varieties of mango.

Season of the Neelam Mango: They are typically available from May to June 

Totapuri Mango

Totapuri mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the southern states of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Totapuri mangoes have yellow skin and an elongated shape.

They are often larger in size than some other varieties of mango weighing around 600 to 800 gms.

Season of the Totapuri Mango: They are typically available from April end to July in India.

Amrapali Mango

Amrapali mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the northern states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

The Amrapali mangoes are mid-sized to small mangoes and tend to remain thick green skin on the outside which will not give you the idea that it is fully ripe.

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh, a dwarf tree variety.

Season of the Totapuri Mango: They are available from May to July in India.

Gulab Khas Mango

Gulab Khas mango is a variety of mango grown in India, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Season of the Gulab Khas Mango: They are typically available from June to July in India.

Fazli Mango

Fazli mango is a tasty variety grown in India, particularly in the eastern states of West Bengal and Bangladesh.

The aroma of Fazli mango is very good, and the taste is very sweet, used mostly in desserts.

Fazli mango gets its name from Fazli Babu, associated with Fazal Bibi of Arapur village.

Season of the Fazli Mango: Fazli mangoes are a late-maturing fruit typically available from June to July in India.

Suvarnarekha mango 

Suvarnarekha mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the Andhra Pradesh Vishakhapatnam and the eastern state of West Bengal.

Also known as Chinna-Suvarnarekha and Sundari in Northern India.

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Suvarnarekha mangoes have yellow skin with a red tinge that can easily be identified near the stalk, with thick skin and a round or oval shape. They are often larger in size than some other varieties of mango.

Season of the Suvarnarekha mango: They are typically available from May to June in India.

Mulgoba mango

Mulgoba mango, also known as Mulgoa or Malgova, is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in Goa, southern Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka. They are well worth seeking out for their delicious flavor.

Season of the Mulgoba mango: They are typically available from June to July in India.

Mankad Mango

Mankurad mango is known in konkani as Kurad, Corado, Goa Mankur, and Malcorado. Grown in Goa with different fragrances and sweet tastes. Near cousin to Alphonso Mangoes.

Season of Mankhurad mango: They are typically available from April to May in India.

Rumali Mango

Rumali mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the northern states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

Known for its thin skin like rumal or handkerchief with its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

They are round-shaped mangoes. They look like golden yellow apples.

Season of Rumali mango: They are typically available from June to July in India.

Lalbagh Mango

Lalbagh mango, Sindhura Mango, or Sindhoora Mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the southern state of Karnataka, cultivated mostly in the Rajgira part of Karnataka.

 A sweet Lalbaugh Sindhoora Mango has a slight tanginess to its taste with an aroma that lingers in your mouth for a long and increases your sweet tooth flavor. 

Season of Lalbaugh Sindhura mango: They are typically available from May to June in India.

Kishen Bhog Mango

Kishen Bhog mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the eastern state of West Bengal. It is known for its mostly rich in flavor, sweet, aromatic flavor, and juicy flesh. They are generally bigger in size, 300 to 400 grams size.

Season of Kishen Bhog mango: They are typically available from May to June in India.

Imampasand Mango

Imam Pasand mango, also known as Imampasand or Emampasand, is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

There are many sayings like this variety of mango was originally grown in Kerala. And for its taste, it was beloved by the Mughal emperor Humayun (hence locally, it was called Humayun Pasand).

Season of Imampasand mango: They are typically available from May end to July end in India.

Mallika Mango

Mallika mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the southern state of Kerala. It is also cultivated in Tamilnadu, Karnataka, and some parts of Maharashtra.

The Mallika mango is the best result of the Neelum mango grafting technology on Dasheri mango saplings. It is a hybridization of the mango variety. It was introduced by Dr. Ramnath Singh when grafted.

The Fruit, with a Prominent Citrus aroma and taste mixed with Honey and Melon Notes, is exceptionally sweet. 

Season of Mallika mango: They are typically available from May to June in India.

Himsagar Mango

Cultivated in the Indian states of West Bengal and Orissa Himsagar, Mango is a variety of mango grown in India. Himsagar mango is nearly without fiber. It has more than 78% of pulp.

Its sweet mesmerizing aroma and musky, sweet taste are world-class.  

Also cultivated in Bangladesh along with Orissa and West Bengal. 

Season of Himsagar mango: Himsagar mangoes are typically in season from May to July. 

Cheruku Rasalu mango

Cheruku Rasalu mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.

Its taste is somewhere nearby to Pairi Mango.

Moderately fibrous with loose flesh. Cheruku Rasam has an apricot flavor with a yellow and pleasant flavor. More fibrous compared to other mangoes 

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh. Cheruku Rasalu mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval, oblong shape.

Season of Cheruku Rasalu Mango: They are typically available from June to July in India.

Bangalore mango

Bangalora is a variety of mango that is grown in India. It is known for its small size and strong aroma.

The Fruit has a thin skin and is typically oval or oblong in shape with around 350 gms to 400 gms.

It is grown primarily in the Andhra Pradesh region of India. It is known for its sweet taste and soft, pulpy flesh with an oblong shape and distinct taste, with yellow color.

Season of Bangalora Mango: It is typically in season from April to June.

Badami mango

Badami mango, also known as Alphonso of Karnataka, is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the southern state of Karnataka.

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor with pale yellow skin along with yellowish-orange juicy flesh. It contains nearly 8 to 9% of fiber.

This variety has very thin skin and is popularly known as the Alphonso of Karnataka state.

Season of Badami Mango: They are available from May to June in India.

Malda mango

Malda mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the eastern state of West Bengal.

It is sweet-sour in flavor and is pulpy and delicious. Less fibrous, making it tantalizes taste buds with its cadmium hue and irresistible sweetness.

Malda mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval shape. They are often larger in size than some other varieties of mango.

Malda, Murshidabad, and Nadia districts are in West Bengal, India.

Season of Malda Mango: They are available from May to June in India.

Saroli mango

Saroli mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in northern Punjab. Also known as Saroli da Aam.

Saroli mango has a unique pulp-engulfing flavor. Its availability in July is why its popularity is known for its delicious flavor.

Very popular in Punjab and Sindh, the size is around 140 gms to 230 gms.

It is known for its juicy flesh with sweet and aromatic flavor.

Saroli mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval shape. They are often smaller in size than some other varieties of mango.

Season of Saroli Mango: They are typically available from June to July in India. 

Maldoi mango

Maldoi mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the eastern state of Assam.

The fiber in this variety of mango is less. It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh. The Fruit, with very less fiber with firm flesh, has an attractive light yellow color and is sweet to taste with a juicy and pleasant smell.

Maldoi mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval shape. They are often smaller in size than some other varieties of mango.

Season of Maldoi Mango: They are available from June to July in India.

Sadabahar mango

Sadabahar mango is a dwarf variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the northern states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. Mostly it is said that it is a kitchen mango tree.

It is known for its sweet, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Sadabahar mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval shape. They are often smaller in size than some other varieties of mango.

Season of Sadabahar Mango: They are typically available from June to July in India.

Jardalu mango

Jardalu mango is a variety of mango grown in India, particularly in the eastern state of Bihar in the Bhagalpur district.

It is a GI tag-certified mango of Bihar along with Shahi Litchi.

It is known for its sweet, distinct aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Jardalu mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval shape. They are often smaller in size than some other varieties of mango.

Season of Jardalu Mango: They are available from May to June in India.

Ratna mango

Ratna a hybrid variant made from the Alphonso and Neelam mango. 

Ratna mango is of Indian origin and grown in Maharashtra and some parts of Karnataka.

It is among the highest-yielding mango varieties cultivated in the Maharashtra Konkan belt.

Season of Ratna Mango: They are available from April to June in India.

Vanraj Mango

Vanraj mango वनराज is a variety of mango that is grown in India, particularly in the western state of Gujarat and some parts of Maharashtra.

It is known for its sweet, sour, aromatic flavor and juicy flesh.

Vanraj mangoes have yellow skin and a round or oval shape, weighing around 600 to 700 gms.

Season of Vanraj Mango: They are typically available from the end of April to June in India. 

Rataul Mango

Rataul mango रटौल आम is a variety of mango that is grown in India and Pakistan, particularly in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

They are now GI tag-certified Rataul Mango in Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh.

Rataul Mango, named after the village Rataul in Uttarpradesh also claimed by Pakistan for the GI tag, but India won the case.

Rataul mangoes are known for their sweetness, lesser fiber, aromatic flavor, and juicy flesh. 

Season of Rataul Mango: They are available from April to June in India.

Mangoes are one of those ten Fruit you should take advantage of. Used in multiple desserts like Pudding, Mango lassi, Aamras, Sheera, Falooda, and much more.