Amrapali Mango is a popular mango variety that is grown in India. It is a hybrid mango, developed by Dr. Pijush Kanti Majumdar and Dr. H. S. Yadav of the Indian Agriculture Research Institute (IARI) in Delhi, India. The Amrapali mango was named after a famous Indian courtesan and dancer from ancient times.
The Amrapali mango is known for its sweet and juicy pulp, which is bright orange in color. It is a medium-sized mango, with a weight ranging from 250 to 350 grams. The skin of the Amrapali mango is thin and smooth, and it is usually a mix of green and yellow colors with a red blush.
- The Amrapali mango is known for its sweet and juicy pulp, which is rich in flavor and aroma. It has a pleasant taste that is not too sour or too sweet, and it is highly sought after by mango lovers.
- The flesh of the Amrapali mango is soft and tender, with a smooth texture that melts in your mouth. It is not fibrous like some other mango varieties, making it easy to eat and enjoy.
- The Amrapali mango is a medium-sized mango, with an average weight of 250-350 grams. It has an oval shape and a slightly flattened appearance, with a distinctive ridge running along its length.
- The skin of the Amrapali mango is a mix of green and yellow colors, with a red blush on the sun-exposed side. The skin is thin and smooth, making it easy to peel.
- The Amrapali mango ripens in mid-season, usually between June and July in India. It has a relatively short shelf life of about 3-4 days once it is fully ripe.
BENEFITS OF MANGO
• May help prevent diabetes
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• Gives Skin a Healthy Glow
• Improves Your Immune System
• Helps With Digestion
• Keeps Your Eyesight Sharp
• May Help Reduce Cancer Risk
• May Reduce The Risk Of Heart Disease
• May Help Treat Diabetes
• May Treat Anemia
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