Delhi International Mango Festival 2019

The best thing about summers is Mangoes, can even imagine summers without it?? For me, the answer is a big NO. In summers, mango festivals are organized in different cities of India where hundreds of appetizing varieties of it are put on exhibition.
The country waits with slacken breath for these events for countless reasons. Apart from its delicious taste, the king of fruits is known to be robust of nutrition. It improves digestion, increases immunity, promotes eye health and a healthy gut, reduces cholesterol and cleanses the skin. The International Mango Festival held in Delhi, India is an outstanding way to quick start the season on a juicy note.
The festival first observed in 1987. It is arranged by the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation in alliance with the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority, the National Horticultural Board and the New Delhi Municipal Council.

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About International Mango Festival
The Delhi International Mango Festival 2019 in India draws sellers and growers of this juicy fruit from India and abroad to communicate and generate awareness about its diversified uses. The beauty of this event is that it doesn’t segregate among the ample number of horticulturists arising from different mango-growing regions like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, and Haryana. It promotes camaraderie and healthy competition by reassuring mango growers to participate in games.
The festival fascinates foodies in great numbers who gather the stalls that are manned by appreciable 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 make appetizing mango-based delicacies and shakes and desserts with a quirk. The event further attracts a large no. of international tourists, especially buyers looking for business opportunities.
International Mango Festival Dates
It is a two-day festival where mango lovers flock to commence on an experiential journey. This journey entices them to examine traditional mango varieties and new hybrid variations. This year International Mango Festival in Delhi will be held from 9 July to 10 July at Dilli Haat, Janak Puri.
July is a felicitous time to visit India as the country appreciates pleasant weather conditions which are perfect for sightseeing and other outdoor movements. You can hope to see some very unusual shapes, colors, and textures of mangoes from around the world.

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Highlights of the International Mango Festival
If you’re growing a fruit and vegetable garden in your backyard, you will love the mango seed culling at the Mango Exhibition 2019. The best time to breed mangoes from seed is the conception of the wet season. It takes mango trees between two and four years to develop fruit. Here are a few more highlights from the festival:
• The event caters exciting lessons on mango carving.
• The fruit tasting gathering is a big hit with everyone. Make sure to taste the fresh tropical brews.
• It is a perfect place for agro-industrialists to display their range of jams, pickles, fruit squashes, essences, and tinned fruit.
• The festival also anchors several kid-friendly activities.
• Over 1100 mango variations are up for grabs. The most popular mango breeds are Langda, Malda, Dasheri, Alphonso, Chausa, Sindheri, Himgiri, and Bombay Green.
• Pack of people participates in the competitions that are organized during the event, like mango eating and slogan writing.
• The festival caters cooking demonstrations and tips to keep mango trees flourishing.
• The event finishes on a musical note. Various music artists gather to sing folk songs on mango themes.
Where to Stay During International Mango Festival
India is the largest producer of mangoes across the globe. Therefore, the burst around this festival is completely legitimized. The hotels in and around Janak Puri, Delhi jump on the bandwagon by catering exciting deals and discounts one week before the festival.
Shanti Home is a 4-star hotel at 13 km away from Indira Gandhi International Airport. If you’re looking for relatively cheaper accommodation, you can reserve your stay at The Kings National Hotel - a 3-star property that gives 24-hour front desk, free parking, and vegetarian breakfast. The rooms are estimated at INR 3000 per night. The cheapest stays in the area are OYO properties. Priced at INR 1000, OYO gives itself on providing visitors a homely feel during their stay. Book your hotel in advance to avoid any last-minute panic.

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