Banarasi Langra Mango gives the Banaras brand global shine

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The taste of Banarasi Langde Mango has developed beyond the seven seas. Within two years, Banarasi Langda Mango has created its own identity in the world. Hearing the name makes people’s mouth water. The aroma, sweetness and thin skin distinguish it from other mangoes. At the same time, efforts to increase the harvest of Banarasi Langra Mango have been intensified due to increasing demand. It is planned to prepare further saplings in the yard with the protection of the 110-year-old mother tree of the Banarasi Langra Mango. Here, in the last two years in European and Gulf states, after the export of four to five tons of real Banarasi Langra mango of the brand name, demand has increased in many countries. Dr. CB Singh, General Manager, APEDA said the demand for Banarasi mangoes has increased, especially overseas. In 2020, Banarasi Langda Mango was sent to Dubai and London for the first time.
The name of the mango was named after the Divyang priest
Former Mahant of Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Dr. VC Tiwari, said that a saint came to Kashi about two hundred years ago. He had also brought two mango seedlings. He stayed in the pagoda in the courtyard. The priests of this temple were disabled. The saint gave the priest a mango plant. The saint instructed the priest, saying that only God would enjoy this mango. When the mango bore fruit after a few years, the priest of the temple offered it to the Lord. Then when it took the form of Prasad, its taste was amazing. In the name of the same priest, the name Mango became lame.
Area in Banaras. reduced
In Banaras, about 900 hectares, is the area of ​​native mangoes including Dashari, Langra, Chausa and Ramkheda in the form of gardens and trees. According to the district horticultural office, it used to be around 1200. Which is the gift of development and construction. The remaining trees and gardens are around 50 to 55 years old. Which now affects the size and production. Although every year the goal of the horticultural department comes to plant Kalmi mango seedlings, which this time did not come.

The taste of Banarasi Langde Mango has reached beyond the seven seas. Within two years, Banarasi Langda Mango has created its own identity in the world. Hearing the name makes people’s mouth water. The aroma, sweetness and thin skin distinguish it from other mangoes. At the same time, efforts to increase the harvest of Banarasi Langra Mango have been intensified due to increasing demand. It is planned to prepare further saplings in the yard with the protection of the 110-year-old mother tree of the Banarasi Langra Mango. Here, in the last two years in European and Gulf states, after the export of four to five tons of real Banarasi Langra mango of the brand, demand has increased in many countries. Dr. CB Singh, General Manager, APEDA said the demand for Banarasi mangoes has increased, especially overseas. In 2020, Banarasi Langda Mango was sent to Dubai and London for the first time.

The name of the mango was named after the Divyang priest

Former Mahant of Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Dr. VC Tiwari, said that a saint came to Kashi about two hundred years ago. He had also brought two mango seedlings. He stayed in the pagoda in the courtyard. The priests of this temple were disabled. The saint gave the priest a mango plant. The saint instructed the priest, saying that only God would enjoy this mango. When the mango bore fruit after a few years, the priest of the temple offered it to the Lord. Then when it took the form of Prasad, its taste was amazing. In the name of the same priest, the name Mango became lame.

Area in Banaras. reduced

In Banaras, about 900 hectares, is the area of ​​native mangoes including Dashari, Langra, Chausa and Ramkheda in the form of gardens and trees. According to the district horticultural office, it used to be around 1200. Which is the gift of development and construction. The remaining trees and gardens are around 50 to 55 years old. Which now affects the size and production. Although every year the goal of the horticultural department comes to plant Kalmi mango seedlings, which this time did not come.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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