The mango festivals are held in different parts of a India where hundreds of savory varieties of it are put on display. The country waits with bated breath for these events for myriad reasons. Apart from its mouth-watering taste, the king of fruits is known to be a powerhouse of nutrition. It aids digestion, boosts immunity, promotes eye health and a healthy gut, lowers cholesterol and clears the skin.
The festival attracts foodies in great numbers who throng the stalls that are manned by esteemed chefs from 5-star hotels like the Maurya Sheraton, Taj Mahal Palace, Inter-Continental Hotel, Marriott India, Qutub Hotel and Claridges around India. These chefs prepare mouthwatering mango-based delicacies and shakes and desserts with a twist. The event further draws international tourists, especially buyers.
The International Mango Festival is conducted on a large-scale and is worth visit for mango lovers, growers, sellers, horticulturists, and chefs. The event witnesses a fantastic turnout every year. If this reason isn’t enough, then you’d be thrilled to know that mangoes pack a host of health benefits too.
The Rich in a minerals and vitamins, mangoes are juicy, yummy and every bit refreshing. As a per study published in the Journal Comprehensive Reviews in a Food Science and Food Safety, mango is a rich in dietary fibre with antioxidants. It helps control certain cancers and heart diseases. its Also high in the potassium content, and mango helps in restoring depleting energy loss in the body at the time of strenuous activities.
Remember when in our childhood we always ate two to three varieties of mango like Langra, Dushera, and Tota. But there are so many varieties of mangoes across the country that we don’t know about. And if you are curious about the different mango varieties then don’t miss this chance.
Summers are here and there couldn’t be a better way to make the most of the season and find some respite from the sweltering heat than relishing the king of fruits – mangoes.
Reputed cooking professionals will have their stalls at the event showcasing their own mango-based recipes. There will also be various mango eating competitions, quizzes, children’s shows and cultural performances. And the best of all is the free mango saplings that will be given to the visitors coming for the event.
The International Mango Festival, its a two-day festival held in Delhi is a great occasion for the lover’s of the King of Fruit’s. and Over five hundred varieties of Mangoes- considered to be an auspicious fruit and a symbol of life (with reference to the ‘Vedas’ and ‘Upanishads’), are displayed during the occasion. The festival is aimed at providing exposure to the domestic mango industry and exporters, as well as promote tourism.
So, what can you expect at the event? Gorgeous mangoes with beautiful names like Sikri, Himsagar, Langra, Kesar, Neelam, Malda and many more. Of the more rare species, Gula from Muzaffarnagar will also be found at the festival.