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Pakistani Mangoes

January 2, 2012

              Pakistani Mangoes

 

 

 

 

Mangoes is a great restorer of energy during the hot summer days.

Mangoes are a comfort food. The enzymes in it act as a digestive aid giving this feeling of comfort. The fruit is full of protective nutrients and hence known as “king of the fruits”.

 

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Mango is only the fruit which has wide range of types or species.

 

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Mangoes bring happiness to our life in summer season.

Mangoes are grown under the season of summer from April to September,

Every 2nd human of the world likes to eat mango.  

 

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China is a great cultivator of mangoes, but the taste of mangoes from India and Pakistan can never be forgotten. These two countries also give some interesting names to the species of mangoes like  Sindhri, Langra, Chaunsa, Fajri, Samar Bahist, Anwar Ratole, Dasehri, Saroli, etc. Chaunsa’ means ‘limp’ and ‘to suck’ respectively.

 

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As mango is named as “King of the Fruits” similarly, Sindhri is said to be “The King of Mango, is also the national fruit of Pakistan  because this variety is top in Pakistan. Sindhri is yellow in colour, and tastes very sweet Sindhri, famous mango variety from Pakistan and Among the Best Mangoes of the World

 

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There are over 1000 varieties of mango.  

450 varieties of mangoes in South Asia.

In Asian cultures, people store it for a long time by using different spices on it. Common dishes are pudding, custard, desserts, juices, milk shakes, spices, pickles, mango powder, jams and marmalades.

 

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The mango is said to be:

 

 

•Anti-viral

•Anti-parasitic

•Anti-septic

•Anti-tussive

•Anti-asthmatic

•Expectorant

•Cardio tonic

•Contraceptive

•Hypotensive

•Laxative

•Stomachic

 

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In Sindh, there are more than 125 varieties of mango.

 I like ( Sindhri Mango and Chaunsa Mango )  because it’s my favorite fruit.  

In Pakistan we get more than 10 lacs tons production, out of which Sindh provides 50% i.e. more than 5 lacs tons. Multan and Mirpurkhas are the main regions, where we get mangoes in large quantity. The maximum production, we get from Rahim Yar Khan, where mangoes are cultivated on more than 26 thousand acres.

 Pakistani Mangoes like Sindhri from Sind Province & Chaunsa from Punjab.

 

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Sindhri Mango:  

 

 

Sindhri the best fruit one  

Leading variety of Sindh (province, Pakistan)

 

 

 

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Chaunsa Mango:  

 

 Chaunsa from Punjab

 

 

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Chaunsa is a variety of mango grown in different parts of the world, but originally from Rahim Yar Khan and Multan in Punjab , Pakistan  

 Chaunsa flavoured juice which is very high in demand and popular in the public. Chaunsa is exported to almost every country of the world and earns a lot of foreign exchange for Pakistan. Major buyers include USA, Canada and Europe.

 

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Pakistani Mango answer Retool:

 

It is a small mango and sweet as sin. Its flavor is the main reason for its popularity in recent times. It is extensively grown in the Punjab province of Pakistan.

Its peak season is from mid-July to August.

 

 

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Pakistan is considered as one of the best producers of mangos in the world with about 15 different types of mangoes. The most popular ones here are sindhari, langra, chonsa and anwar retool, which are also known for their sweet taste and exceptional texture.

 

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 It is a rich source of vitamins, potassium, phenol and iron, and looks so tempting and tastes so yummy. It`s used for many purposes and eaten in a variety of ways. Mangoes really deserve  to be called the `king of fruits`.

 

 

 

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