• Mangos are originated over 5,000 years ago in the Hindo-Berma region, which extends from eastern India and southern China across Southeast Asia.
  • Around 300 A.D. mango seeds traveled from Asia to the Middle East, East Africa and South America.
  • Cultivation of mangos moved westward with the spice trade.
  • Portuguese traders discovered mangoes in india.
  • The people who gave it the name manga or mango were the Portuguese.
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Importance of mango

  • It is a good source of folate, several B vitamins, as well as vitamins A, C, K, and E ( all of which may help boost immunity. )
  • Mangoes are important in india because mango leaves are seen as a symbol of good luck .
  • Mangoes are rich sources of vitamin A and vitamin C, which are good for our eyes and health
  • Mangoes are also rich in vitamin E, zinc, iron, and calcium. Vitamin E is also good for our skin and calcium makes our bones stronger. Also, mangoes contain high fibre which is also good for our health.
  • Mangoes are low in calories,Packed with nutrients, May help prevent diabetes, High in healthy plant compounds, Contains immune-boosting nutrients, Supports heart health, May improve digestive health, May support eye health.

Different types of mangoes in India

(i) Alphonso ( hapus )

(ii) Kesar ( queen of mangoes )

(iii) Totapuri

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(i) Ripe mango recipe

  • Mango lassi
  • Mango milkshake
  • Mango smoothie
  • Mango raita
  • Mango tea
  • Mango chutney with coconut
  • Mango salsa

(ii) Unripe mango recipe

  • Mango pickle
  • Avakaya
  • Kadumanga achar
  • Mango rice
  • Aam Panna
  • Mango chutney
  • Mamidikaya pappu
  • Mango drumstick dal
  • Aam ka murabba
  • Mango salad
  • Amchur powder
  • Chunda
  • Mango bhel
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