Mango is the king of fruits because of its taste and benefits and the Sindhi Mango is considered the Queen of Mango because of its taste. It is a large oval-shaped mango which is extremely sweet and aromatic. There are different species of mango are available in market and there so many benefits of eating mango fruit.

The mango fruit is native to South Asia but currently, mango is the most widely cultivated fruit in the world. About 5000 years ago the mango was grown in South Asia in India. It has been observed that in the 10th century Persian traders carried mangos from south Asia and planted the seed in East Africa and other regions of the world. It has been reported that in 1980 the Mangos were introduced to California (Santa Barbara). The mango is the warm and dry weather fruit and requires a frost-free climate, the young tree may be seriously damaged if the temperature drops below 30-degree F.

Different species of mango

The cultivators are growing numerous species around the world which vary in color, shape, flavor, seed size, and test. Hence following species are very testy and sweet.


Flowering on the Sindhri mango trees appears in February to March every year and the Sindhri mango fruit ripen from the second week of July. The average yield is 260 kg per normal plant. The Sindhri mango is oblongish and the color of peel is golden yellow.


Flowering on the Dusheri mango trees appears in February to March every year and the dusheri mango fruit ripen from the first week of July. The average yield of dusheri fruit 160 kg per normal plant. The dusheri mango is oblongish and the color of peel is yellow.

Chaunsa Samaar Bahisht

The flowering time of chaunsa Samaar Bahisht is the same February to March but the fruit ripen in mid of July. The average yield is 200 kg per normal tree. The fruit is oblongish ovate and the color of peel is Capucine yellow.

Anwar Retaul

This specie ripens in the first week of July, but the flowering time is the same February to March every year. The fruit is ovalish round in shape and the color of peel is maize yellow.

Black Chaunsa

The black chaunsa is a late-season variety of mango, the fruit ripens at the end of August every year. The average weight of each mango is 310 grams and the yield per tree is 240 kg, the fruit is oblongish and the color of peel is sea green.


The time of flowering is the same February to March and the fruit ripens in the first week of July. The average yield is 175 kg per tree, the shape of the fruit is ovalish round.


Malda mango ripens in the end of the June every year. 125 kg per tree yield and color of peel green with yellow spots and the shape of the fruit is oblongish ovate.

Different Hybrid Species

The hybrid species including Aalishan (Anwar Retaul X Sanglakhi), Hassan (Dusehri X Neelum), Rohaan (Chaunsa X Sensation) and many others are very tasty and sweet mango species.

Key benefits of eating mango fruit

According to food technologists, the mango contains very low calories, but it contains high nutrients. Especially vitamin C which boosts the immune system, iron absorption, and growth, and repair

Immune Booster (Mango packed with nutrients)

Mango is very much nutritious fruit, the 165 gram of sliced mango contains the 99 calories, 1.4-gram protein, 24.7-gram carbs, 0.6-grams Fat: 2.6 grams, Dietary fiber and it also contains; a very small amount of phosphorus, pantothenic acid, calcium, selenium, iron, Vitamin C: 67% of the Reference Daily Intake (RDI), Copper: 20% of the RDI, Folate: 18% of the RDI, Vitamin B6: 11.6% of the RDI, Vitamin A: 10% of the RDI, Vitamin E: 9.7% of the RDI, Vitamin B5: 6.5% of the RDI, Vitamin K: 6% of the RDI, Niacin: 7% of the RDI, Potassium: 6% of the RDI, Riboflavin: 5% of the RDI, Manganese: 4.5% of the RDI, Thiamine: 4% of the RDI, and Magnesium: 4% of the RDI.

Lower Cholesterol

Mangoes contain 67% vitamin C, high fiber, and potassium all these help keep the arteries working and reduce the risk of heart disease. The mango also contains the pectin which makes it a sure-fire way to swat those bad cholesterol molecules.

Prevents Cancer

According to a study carried out in Japan in 2014 that mango may reduce the risk of colon cancer. The mango also contains the antioxidant and enzyme and enough arsenals to prevent the spread of breast, prostate, and leukemia cancer.

Skin cleaner and Hair

Mango support to clogged pores, reduce chances of getting pimples, and hair health. Mango contains about 10% vitamin A which helps the growth of all bodily tissues, including skin and hair, and mango also contains the sebum (an oily substance) which moisturizes the hair.

Eye Health

The mango fruit is rich in beta-carotene which helps in the production of vitamin A. Also the strong antioxidant helps increase vision, improves general eye safety, and also reduces macular degeneration or vision loss associated with age.


It is the season of mango if you have easy access to get mango, don’t wait to eat. It is the king of fruits. During this time of global health disaster, everyone needs to improve his/her immune system. The mango is one of the immune-boosting fruit. It is an anti-cancer and helps us to control weight.

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Last Updated: June 25, 2020


  1. Mangoes contain high level of vitamin C, fibre and pectin making it a perfect fruit that helps in controlling high cholesterol level. Another benefit of eating mangoes is that it cleanses your skin from deep inside your body. It treats pores and gives a glow to your skin. Hence, eat mangoes to get a flawless skin.

  2. I love mangoes but had no idea that there were so many different kinds. Now I want to figure out how many of them are available to me locally. I would love to try a sindhri one, but I don’t think I have seen any before.

  3. To be honest, mango is one of my favorite fruit to eat and I am always making a mango smoothies every time it’s available. It’s delicious and healthy!

  4. This is a super informative post all about Mangoes and I love it! There is so much here that I did not know and I had no idea there were so many different species as well as amazing health and wellness benefits. Will pick up a few this week 🙂

  5. I just picked up eating mango ago when this pandemic started. That was after reading of it’s benefits. It’s so nice reading about it here too.

  6. Mango season is almost over but I am glad that I was able to buy and used mango in almost everyday. I still have some frozen for fruit shakes. It is definitely one of the best fruits in the world.

  7. Oh wow! I didn’t even know that there were that many mangoes, let alone all the benefits. They’re on of my favorite fruits so I am happy I am eating them often 🙂


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