he World Famous “Sindhri Mangoes” of Sindh

The entire world knows that the Mango is the king of all fruits due to its distinctive sweetness, juiciness, pulpy fibers, magical aroma and ultra-deliciousness followed with a number of popular varieties that were produced to cultivate this sweetest gift from nature on diverse climatic conditions and variable cultivation targets across the world to bring this famous delight in reach of every mango lover no matter where ever they are. Well when it comes to best of the best variety of mangoes in world, The Sindhri variety from Mirpurkhas district of Sindh province of Pakistan is the known as the most admired and chosen among other several mango varieties. Since the mangoes are known as the uncrowned king of fruits, subsequently the Sindhri is the king of mangoes. The Sindhri is the product from the land of Mehran and so the Sindhri is a reflection of the people that sow it and care for it and pluck it off trees and keep it wrapped in hay shreds till the green becomes a vibrant lemon yellow. Its season start from mid-May and ends in mid of June. It is rounded long and mostly occupied in big size. Its length varies till 15cm and breadth is 8cm and thickness varies till 7.4cm. Sindhri mango weighs about 14.0 oz.


The Aromatic KIng of Mangoes, Chaunsa!

All world favorite juicy and pulpy mangoes are the covetous dream of every mango lover, it is impossible that mango season starts and people around the world don’t get notice for it. As mid June approaches, the people are driven crazy by this delicious and magnificent yellow jewel. There are almost 150 varieties produced in Pakistan. According to Business Recorder, the choicest varieties (pronounced with the local language terminologies) are: Samar Bahisht (Paradise’s fruit), Fajree, Chaunsa, Super Langra, Shan-e-Khuda (God’s magnificence), Anwar Ratol, Lahoti, Ratool, Sindhri, Alfanso, Dusehri, Ruosi Dulhan (Russian bride), Lab-e-Mashooq (darling’s lips), Lab-e-Habshi (Negroe’s lips), Shaheed-e-Zam Zam and Tota Pari. Some other varieties include: Kala Pahar (Black Mountain), Gulab-e-Khas (special rose), Saleh Bhai, Al-Khausa, Neelum, Baingan Phelli, Seroli and Batasha. Amongst these, Chaunsa and Sindhri variety of mangoes are very popular and have a repute of international stature.

Here we intend to discuss and elaborate all about Chaunsa mango’s exquisite juicy and pulpy structure with ultimate sweetness which you cannot experience with any other mango variety available. This particular variety and the name after it carries an interesting legacy and history connected to southeast region. Chaunsa is mainly produced in Multan and Sahiwal in Pakistan. This variety of mango was made popular by Sher Shah Suri throughout the subcontinent. While commemorating his victory over Humayun at Chaunsa, he gave his favorite mango the name Chaunsa.

Chaunsa is widely regarded as the best mango in terms of its rich aroma, sweet taste, juicy pulp and high nutritious contents. Due to its similar characteristics, people consume it by sucking its all heavenly juice and enjoy the perks of divine flavor as this type of consumption refers to its name “Chaunsa” literally. Chaunsa is regarded as the popular mango variety envisaged with most juicy pulp and strong aroma that make its industrial use higher than its counterparts. For large scale industrial purposes, many foreign food technology groups and agencies import Chaunsa mango pulp for their different requirements. Recently a Saudi based group signed a deal to acquire Chaunsa pulp at bulk quantity which brightens the chances of potential scopes of fruit export to world and earn the foreign reserves for Pakistan whose foreign exchange reserves often bleed thin and face financial crisis in most of the fiscal years.

The growing attention towards coveted Pakistani mangoes by foreign investors and traders is due to the mangoes’ processing at international standards here including Hot-Water processing technology and strict quality check and control to ensure customer satisfaction all around world. The passionate food trading associations and government-led bodies are also taking initiatives to encourage and support local growers to cultivate best quality Chaunsa mangoes alongside other various varieties, conducting training and development sessions of potential and serious mango growers in Punjab and Sindh and channelizing their demand for easy access of Pakistani mangoes to much lucrative European and American market to further explore the fruit export business in limitless dimensions, improving the cultivation and business standards followed with progressed avenues for local growers to market their fruits especially mango independently.

The Chaunsa mango’s season usually starts from the mid June and prevail till the third week of august of each calendar year.

FARM FRESH Dusehri Mango of Dusehri Village of Lucknow

This is the most famous Mango from the Northern Indian sub-continent and is one of the sweetest Mangoes that exist!! The legend of Dusehri is embedded in the folklore and culture of India.
A celebration is incomplete without a serving of Dusehri. If celebration was an image, you could safely replace it with a Dusehri. During Dusehri-season family and friends, young and old, all get together to experience the heat of the sun, the coolness of the wind, the music and joy of the rain, and Dussehri- what an experience!!
The best time for this Mango is during the first two weeks of July.
Dusehri, one of the various popular varieties of mango belongs to the gardens of Mr. (Late) Syed Mohammed Anser Zaidi, situated in Village Dasehri, Block Kakori, and District Lukcnow, India. In 18th century, the Dasheri mango first appeared in the gardens of Nawab of Lucknow, since then the numbers of Dasheri plants have been produced and planted throughout India.
People from village Dasheri near Kakori, Uttar Pradesh believe that they have the mother plant of Dasheri mango which gave this variety of mango the same name of their native land. Dasheri variety of mango is extensively cultivated on large scale and for export purposes in different parts of North India, Nepal and Pakistan. In Pakistan, it is grown in one of the best fertilized and high nutrient-enriched lands of Mirpur Khas and Haiderabad of Sindh province of Pakistan.
Dusehri’s color is yellow when ripe, skin thin pulp fibreless, flesh firm, very sweet in taste, have very small cavity, keeping and peeling qualities are good. The dusehri type of mangoes are pretty much handy and full of heavenly and trendy nectar, most of the street walkers and travelers consume it in a much convenient fashion same as they enjoy their fruit juices in bottles and processed packs. The dusehri mango is small in size in comparison with its counterparts and is perfectly befits in an adult’s fist so they can mash it up in a way to make it soft and juicy over and then puncture it on top to drip its juice straight to their orifices and get the unmatched tastes of the best dusehri mangoes that have preserved the nature’s best sweetness followed with elegant pleasure. Please have a look on the typical details represented in tabular form of dusehri mangoes that might extend your comprehension about this variety of mango.

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This mango is said to have been cultivated by Anwar-ul-haq in a garden in the Ratol area in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. 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.
Anwar Ratol considered one of best variety of Mango. Multan is world famous for his mango’s and Pakistan world’s biggest producer of this variety.Delicious, Sweetness aroma and flavor makes him stand out or rest. Small medium size and bright yellow color attracts a lot of customer.

Pakistan Govt have issued a Ticket in name of Anwar Ratol as a recognition.

Its peak season is from Start of July to August


This is one of the most superior varieties of Mango from the Northern Indian sub-continent. It conjures the image of a person whose purpose in life is carefree joy and enjoyment!!
Langra lovers typically live their life for Langra. To them, there are only two states of life: Life-with-Langra and Life-without-Langra!! The long Life-without-Langra is spent eagerly awaiting the Life-with-Langra. The Langra keeps it’s greenish tinge during the ripening process. It gives out a sweet ripening smell when ripe and is full of juice and pulp !!
The best time for this Mango is during the last two weeks of July.


The White Chaunsa mango is a variation of the Chaunsa mango and is a late season variety. Comes with light yellow flesh and fine texture. It is available in medium to large size. It generally becomes available in August and September when none of the other varieties are available. It is high in sweetness and has a citrusy tinge to it. It derives its name from the white colored flesh, which remains whitish even when the fruit is ripe. It’s brix index (measure of sweetnes) is among the highest (we have measured it between 26 and 28). It has a thick skin so it does not shrivel very easily.


Rataywala is a late season mango grown in the Multan region of Pakistan. It exhibits a raw and rustic mango flavor and is very flavorful. Typically this mango is sucked for its juice.
Rataywala is also known as Azeem Chaunsa (Azeem means ‘Great’), to show that it exhibits some of the greatness of the Chaunsa, but it is closer to Ratol in size and temperament.
The season for Rataywala is end-August to mid-September. When all other mangoes are gone, this mango along with White Chaunsa hold ground till the season is finally over for the year!


Nawab Puri (White Chaunsa).
Prominent qualities
1-Taste is awesome & almost similar with Chaunsa.
2- Size is slightly bigger than Chaunsa.
3- Best mango variety to store for long time.
4-Suitable to send gift abroad and on long distance due to greater capability to survive even after ripening.
Farm Fresh Black Chaunsa
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Childhood Mango Memories:

Mangoes — the king of all fruits. Isn’t the love for this luscious golden bliss unmatched? From eating the first batch of mangoes of the season to having a chilled glass of mango shake with ice cream, the sweet pulpy fruit was, is and always will be our forever love. 

It’s not just about eating mangoes, but the memories attached with it that take us back to those carefree childhood days.

Here are a few of our favourite memories associated with Mangoes — the not-so-AAM fruit

  • The excitement of seeing your father coming home with a bag full of sweet-smelling mangoes and gently tossing them in cool water
  • The very first delightful bite of the season — definitely love at first bite! 
  • Climbing trees and plucking those ripe juicy mangoes was a rare treat, wasn’t it?
  • Putting all our hearts into winning the mango-eating competition with cousins. There was no such thing as too many mangoes!
  • The taste of yummy chilled mango shake, topped with nuts and ice cream, on returning home from school on a hot summer day
  • Watching grandma lay pieces of raw mangoes on a sheet to dry on the terrace
  • Later, adding some zing to meals with freshly prepared meetha, teekha and chatpata varieties of mango pickle 
  • Beating the heat with the goodness of Aam Panna and Aamras. Yummmmm!
  • Savouring the richness of the perfectly-sliced mangoes sitting in the backyard on a fine afternoon.
  • The incomparable joy of shooting down raw mangoes from the neighbours’ trees using slingshots. Later being chased down the orchard by the owner 
  • Enjoying mangoes to the fullest by eating it the ‘right’ way — sucking the pulp and juice straight from the top of the fruit

All these memories have shaped our emotional connection with Mangoes. The unique flavour, fragrance and taste of the sumptuous fruit, along with the memories it brings with it, is engraved deep into our hearts