List of Exhibition

5th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival
29th Mango Festival, New Delhi
Mango Food Festival, Lucknow
4th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival, Lucknow
26th Mango Mela, Pinjore, Haryana
Mango Festival, Ahmedabad
NABARD's Mango Fest, Bhubaneswar
The International Mango Festival, New Delhi
Bengal Mango Utsav, Kolkata
Amba Mahotsav, Shreemanth Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Sarvajanik Trust, Pune
Amrakutotsav, Ahmedabad
Mango Exhibition-cum-Competition, Patna
Mango Festival, Nashik
9th Mango Festival cum Exhibition, Delhi
Mango Festival, Allahabad
Mango Festival, Kolkata
Mango Festival, Calicut
Mango and Jackfruit festival, Mangalore
Mango and Jackfruit festival, Bengaluru
All India Mango Festival, Krishnagiri
Indigenous Mango Festival, North Lakhimpur
Mango Mela, Mysore
Uttarakhand Aam Mahotsav
Mango Diversity Fair, Kasmandi Kalan, Lucknow
Mango Diversity Fair, Kasmandi Kalan, Lucknow
Mango Show during Global Conference 2012 at Bhubaneswar
Mango Festival cum Exhibition, NASC New Delhi
Mango Exhibition cum Festival, NASC New Delhi
Mango Diversity Exhibition
Diversity Fair Dehradun
All India Mango Show during Global Conference 2011
National Biodiversity 2010
Regional Mango Fair, Lucknow (June 16, 2007)
Mango and Tourism Festival
24th Mango Festival, New Delhi
Mango Exhibition, Vengurle (Sindhudurg, Maharashtra)
Mango festival, Nagpur
Global Kokan Mango Festival, Mumbai
Bengaluru Mango Mela, Bengaluru
Mango and Jackfruit Diversity Fair, Bengaluru
Amba Mahotsav, Shreemanth Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Sarvajanik Trust, Pune
Mango Exhibition, Belagavi
Mango Festival, Padannakkkad, Kerala
Mankurad mango festival, Goa
Mango Festival, Mandya
Mango Festival, Bhubaneshwar
Mango Festival, Bhopal
Mango Festival, Thane
Mango Festival, Vijaywada
The 25th Mango Expo, Kozikode
Mango festival-cum-exhibition, Bhubaneswar
Mango-Jackfruit Mela, Mysuru
Mango Exhibition, Krishnagiri
6th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival, Lucknow
30th Mango Festival, Dilli Haat, Janakpuri, Delhi
27th Mango Mela, Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore
Mango Food Festival, Paryatan Bhavan, Lucknow
Amrakutotsav, Ahmedabad
National Mango Festival, Dehradun
Kesar Mango Festival, Ahmedabad

Date of Exhibition

24-25th June, 2017
30th June-2nd July, 2017
07th July-9th July, 2017
25-26th June, 2016
8-9th July, 2017
6th May, 2017
3rd June- 6th June, 2017
9th July-10th July
15th -18th June, 2017
Akshay Tritiya
Shree Hari Jayanti
10th-12th June, 2017
6thMay-22nd May, 2017
27th July, 2017
28th-29th June, 2017
9th June-12th June, 2017
27th April- 3rd May, 2017
19th-25th May, 2017
05th-24th May, 2017
June 17- July 2nd week, 2017
25th June, 2017
10th May-10th June, 2017
9th-10th July, 2017
02-07-2012
28-06-2011
28-05-2012
14-07-2012
03-07-2011
21-06-2015
28-05-2011
23-06-2011
25-06-2010
16-06-2007
08-07-2017
06-07-2017
08-11 May, 2018
27-30 April, 2018
2-8 May, 2018
25 May to 15 June-18
24-26 May, 2018
18-Apr-18
19-25 May, 2018
5-6 May, 2018
06-May-18
25-May-18
3-4 June, 2018
4-5 June, 2018
01-10 May, 2018
2-3 June, 2018
3-8 May, 2018
08-14 June, 2018
01-05 June, 2018
June 11- July 8, 2018
23-24 June, 2018
6-8 July, 2018
07-08 July, 2018
13-15 July, 2015
10-Jun-18
16-17 July, 2018
11-May-18

Diversity Fair

Unique annual mango diversity events in all over India.

Mango festivals are organized every year at national and international level in India at different parts of country. International Mango Festival, New Delhi; Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival, Lucknow; Mango Mela, pinjore; Lalbagh Mango Mela, Bangalore etc. are some of the important mango festivals in India. Different Government agencies, private agencies, farmers, NGOs etc. from different places of country display their mangoes during these festivals. A numbers of mango varieties of different regions, sizes, colour, taste, flavour, maturity time, etc. are also demonstrated by different agencies and farmers during the mango festivals. Hundreds of mango varieties can easily been spot on a single place. Mango festival provides a unique platform to both mango buyers and sellers where they can interact with each other. Different mango products like pickles, squash, juice, chutney, murabba, aam papad etc. by different institutions/groups are also an important part of the festival. Mango festivals encourage farmers to increase mango production for getting maximum return and to produce quality mangos for national and international markets by adopting improved technologies. Mango festival also provides a platform to the mango growers to sell their mangoes and mango products.

5th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival (24-25th June, 2017)

Fifth Uttar Pradesh mango festival was organized by UP Tourism department and Food Processing department at Indira Gandhi Pratishthan, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow on 24-25th June, 2017. The festival was inaugurated by Sri Yogi Aditynath, Honorable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Different government institutions, NGOs, farmers from different states participated in festival and demonstrated their different mango varieties and mango products. ICAR-CISH also participated and demonstrated more than mango varieties. Horticulture Department, Uttarakhand and Horticulture Department, Panchmarhi (Madhya Pradesh) also participated and displayed many mango varieties. Besides, division wise (Lucknow Division, Faizabad Division, Aligarh Division, Meerut Division, Chitrkoot Dham Division, Basti Division, Bareilly Division, Azamgarh Division etc.) mango varieties of Uttar Pradesh were also demonstrated by concerned department. Varieties like Ambika, Arunika, Tommy Atkins, Sensation, Hushnara, Pusa Arunima and many other varieties got attention of the people due to their attractive colour and appearance. The main purpose of this event was to make people familiar about different mango varieties. The festival ended on 25th June, 2017 with prize distribution to the participants who demonstrated their mango varieties in different classes.



29th Mango Festival, New Delhi (30th June-2nd July, 2017)

29th Mango Festival was organized by Delhi Tourism in association with the Government of Delhi from 30th June-2nd July, 2017 at Dilli Hat, Janakpuri. The festival was inaugurated by Sri Rajendra Pal Gautam, Minister for Tourism, Government of Delhi. More than 500 mango varieties were displayed by different institutions, mango farmers and societies like 275 varieties by ICAR-CISH, 225 varieties by Societies for Conservation of Mango Diversity, 92 varieties by G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, 32 varieties by IARI, 65 varieties by BAU Sabour and 150 varieties by Mustafa Orchard Muzaffarnagar. Besides, Kadeem Nursery, Malihabad; Ramveer Singh, Saharanpur; Ali Mia, Shamli, Abdul Ahad; Imran, Behat; Tariq Ahamad, Malihabad; Mohammad Haneef, Sitapur and many others were also displayed several mango varieties during Mango festival. Apart from displaying different unique mango varieties, there was sale of fresh mangoes and different products made by mangoes like pickles, juice, candy, chutney etc. Mango eating competition, mango quiz, slogan writing, magic show, master chef and other cultural events were also organized during the mango festival.



Mango Food Festival, Lucknow (07th July-9th July, 2017)

Mango food festival was organized by Uttar Pradesh Tourism Department, Government of Uttar Pradesh during 7th July-9th July, 2017 at Paryatan Bhavan, Lucknow. The festival was inaugurated by Dr. Dinesh Sharma, Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. The main aim of the mango food festival was to encourage mango producers and to make people familiar about different mango dishes i.e. both vegetarian and non-vegetarian mango dishes. A part from different mango dishes there were many other events like mango eating competition, mango theme dressed kids contest, storytelling competition, cooking contest etc. were also conducted during the festival. Besides, there was also selling of different mango varieties and mango products during the festival.



4th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival, Lucknow (25-26th June, 2016)

Forth Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival was organized on 25th-26th June, 2016 at Janeshwar Mishra Park, Lucknow. Mango Farmers and different institutions participated and displayed their mango varieties in the festival to aware people about different mango varieties. The mango festival was inaugurated by Shri Akhilesh Yadav, then Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Ambika, Arunika, Lalmani, Mallika, Vanraj, Sharda Bhog, Amrapali and many more mango varieties were displayed in the festival. Many hybrid varieties were also brought in the festival by different organizations. Apart from displaying different mango varieties there were also selling of fresh mangoes and mango plants by farmers and nurseries during the festival. Different mango products like mango pickle, mango chutney, mango jam, mango pana, mango squash, mango pulp, mango candies, mango juice, mango papad (amawat), mango murabba etc. were also displayed and sold by different groups/organizations.



26th Mango Mela, Pinjore, Haryana (8-9th July, 2017)

Mango Mela was organized by Haryana Tourism in association with the Horticulture Department at famous Pinjore’s Yadavindra Gardens on 08-09 July, 2017. Many mango varieties from different regions like Alphonso, Dashehari, Langra, Kesar, Amrapali, Ambika, Austin, Himsagar, Maurya, Rataul, Totapuri, Dhoon, Fazia, Shamsi, Balia, Chorasya and many other more varieties displayed at the festival. Hybrids developed from different varieties of mangoes were also brought at the fest for people to test and best hybrid variety was also awarded during the festival. Chefs from famous inter-continental hotels of India like Taj, Maurya Sheraton and Marriott were also invited to the fest to make and share different mango recipes with people. Mango products like Aam ki Barfi, Aam ki chutney, sweet mango pickle, sour mango pickle, murabba, mango jam and mango pana etc. were also brought by different agencies in the festival. The main objective of this Mango Mela was to encourage the farmers to adopt latest technology, to increase mango production and mango quality, so that they may get maximum return of their produce from limited holdings by tapping the domestic as well as international market.

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Mango Festival, Ahmedabad (6th May, 2017)

Mango festival was organized on 6th May, 2017 by Gujarat Agro Industries and Corporation at Sabarmati Riverfront, Ahmedabad. Minister of State for chemicals and fertilizers Mansukh Mandaviya inaugurated the Mango Festival. Carbide free naturally ripened Kesar Mangoes from the Sasan Gir Talala and nearby regions were the main attraction of the festival. The festival provided a platform to the mango farmers to get right value of their mangoes.

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NABARD's Mango Fest, Bhubaneswar (3rd June- 6th June, 2017)

A four day state level mango festival organized by NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) at IRC Village, Bhubnesawar attracted mango lovers in large number. Governor S. C. Jamir inaugurated the mango fest. Farmers from across the Odisha, especially from the tribal areas displayed numbers of mango varieties grown in their own farms supported by Wadi (orchard) project of the NABARD. Famous mangoes like Dashehari, langda, Amrapali, Alphonso, Totapuri, Mallika, Neelum, Bombay Green and many more varieties were displayed and sold by the farmers in the fest.

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The International Mango Festival, New Delhi (9th July-10th July)

The International Mango Festival was held on 9th-10th July, 2017 at Dilli Hat, Pitampura, New Delhi. The festival was organized by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation in association with other concerned organizations. Festival provided a good platform to the mango farmers mainly from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat and Delhi to interact with the people and the mango buyers.



Bengal Mango Utsav, Kolkata (15th -18th June, 2017)

The Bengal Mango Festival was organized by Department of Food processing Industries & Horticulture, Government of West Bengal and the Indian Chamber of Commerce, Kolkata from 15th-18th June, 2017 at Milan Mela Ground, Kolkata. Mango farmers from several districts of the state like Malda, Nadia, North 24 Pargana, South 24 Pargana, West Mednipur, Murshidabad, Bankura, Hoogly participated during the festival. The festival had more than 30 mango stalls for selling mangoes like Amrapali, Langra, Himsagar, Gopal Bhog, Lakhan Bhog etc. and different mango food products.

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Amba Mahotsav, Shreemanth Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Sarvajanik Trust, Pune (Akshay Tritiya)

Every year on the occasion of Akshay Tritiya, Amba Mahotsav celebrated by offering of mangoes placed before Shri Ganpati at Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Pune. The temple premises are decorated with the heaps and rows of ripe mangoes on this auspicious occasion. The thousands of mangoes are then distributed among the devotees who visit temple next day and also to the patients of Sasoon Hospital.

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Amrakutotsav, Ahmedabad (Shree Hari Jayanti)

On the auspicious day of Shree Hari Jayanti Amrakutotsav was organized at Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul Ahmedabad, Memnagar. Around 9000 Kg mango fruits offered as Amrakut to Shree Ghansyam Maharaj and then all Prasad distributed among road side needy people, orphan houses, Divyang homes, slum area, old age home.

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Mango Exhibition-cum-Competition, Patna (10th-12th June, 2017)

A three day state level mango exhibition-cum-competition was jointly organized by State Agriculture Department, Bihar Horticulture Development Society and Bihar Agricultural University at Desh Ratan Udyan, Patna. The event was inaugurated by Chief Minister Shri Nitish Kumar. Approximately 150 mango varieties displayed during the mango exhibition like Malda, Bambaiya, Zardalu, Fazli etc. Hybrid mangoes were also displayed like Mehmoodbahar, Prabhashankar and Sundarprasad. Competition has been divided in eight groups in which participants displayed their mango varieties and the products made from mangoes.

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Mango Festival, Nashik (6thMay-22nd May, 2017)

A 17-day long mango festival was organized at the hall of the Nashik District Central Co-operative (NDCC) Bank near Central Bus Stand (CBS), Nashik. The festival was organized by the Konkan Udyog Paryatan Vikas Kendra. The objective of the festival was to bring mango farmers and consumers on one platform and to provide naturally ripened mangoes to the consumers at marginal price without the involvement of any middlemen. Around 65 mango farmers from Dapoli, Devgad, Guhagar, Kolshi, Lanja, Rajapur, Vengurla and other parts of Konkan region participated in the mango festival and sold their mangoes at marginal rates.



9th Mango Festival cum Exhibition, Delhi (27th July, 2017)

Mango festival cum exhibition was organized by National Media Club at Constitution Club of India on 27th July, 2017. The event was inaugurated by Shri Puroshottam Bhai Rupala, Central Union Minister of The state Government-Agriculture. Farmers from different places like Malihabad and Saharanpur (Uttar Pradesh), Malda (West Bengal) and Pantnagar (Uttrakhand) participated and displayed several mango varieties in the festival.

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Mango Festival, Allahabad (28th-29th June, 2017)

A two day mango festival was organized at North Central Zone Cultural Centre (NCZCC), Allahabad from on 28th-29th June, 2017. Hon’ble Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court inaugurated the mango festival. More than 60 mango varieties including Dashehari, Langra, Chausa, Suvarnarekha, Fazli, Amrapali, Mallika, Bombay Green, Sindhu, Manjira, Ambika, Banglora, Himsagar, Kesar, Najuk Badan, Vanraj, Malgoa, Khasulkhas, Amin Khurd, Safeda, Gaurjeet, Alphonso, Malgoa, Kishen Bhog, Husnara, Mallika, Zardalu, Arka Puneet and exotic varieties like Sensation, Pride of Russia, Papitio were displayed in the festival. Mango made products like pickle, juice, amavat, pana, lassi, dahi, ice cream etc. were also available in the festival.

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Mango Festival, Kolkata (9th June-12th June, 2017)

A four day mango festival was organized by the State Panchayat & Rural Development department and Paschimanchal Unnayan Affairs department during 9th June-12th June, 2017 at City Centre-I, Salt Lake, Kolkata. Mango growers from different districts of West Bengal displayed several mango varieties like Amrapali, Mallika, Suvarnarekha, Himsagar, Fazli and Mohan Bhog. Different mango products were also displayed and sold by different groups participated in the fest. Mangoes from Bankura, Birbhum, Purulia and West Medinipur districts were also displayed as it is a common belief that lands of these districts are not suitable for mango cultivation.



Mango Festival, Calicut (27th April- 3rd May, 2017)

A week long mango festival was organized by Calicut Agri-horticulture Society at Gandhi Park, Calicut from April 27, 2017. The festival was an exhibition-cum-sale of approximately 100 mango varieties from various parts of the country. Muthalamada Agricultural Improvement Cooperative Society, Palakkad; Koothali Krishi Farm, Kozhikode and Taliparamba Jila Krishi Farm, Kannur also displayed various mangoes varieties during the festival. Fresh mango fruits and mango saplings of different varieties were also kept for sale.



Mango and Jackfruit festival, Mangalore (19th-25th May, 2017)

Mango and Jackfruit festival was organized from 19th May, 2017 to 25th May, 2017 at Kadri Park, Mangalore. The festival was jointly organized by Department of Horticulture and Karnataka State Mango Development Corporation. Different varieties of mango and jackfruit were displayed and sold by the growers. Processed products from theses fruits were also sold by different entrepreneurs.

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Mango and Jackfruit festival, Bengaluru (05th-24th May, 2017)

The famous 20 days Mango and Jackfruit festival was held from 5th May, 2017 at Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bengaluru. The festival was inaugurated by the Chief Minister Siddaramaiah which was jointly organised by the Horticulture Department and the Karnataka State Mango Development Marketing Corporation Limited (KSMDMCL). The main aim of the festival was to ensure the people to get carbide-free, naturally ripened mangoes and to create a direct link between farmers and consumers. Around 90 mango stalls and 15 jackfruit stalls were allotted to the mango and jackfruit farmers.

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All India Mango Festival, Krishnagiri (June 17- July 2nd week, 2017)

25th All India Mango Festival organized at the government Boys Higher Secondary School, Krishnagiri from June 17th, 2017. The festival was initiated in 1993. Minister for Animal Husbandry Balakrishna Reddy inaugurated the festival. Several mango varieties in different stalls were displayed in the festival along with the stalls of various government schemes. The festival was scheduled till the second week of July, 2017.



Indigenous Mango Festival, North Lakhimpur (25th June, 2017)

Indigenous mango festival was organized on 25th June, 2017 at Lakhimpur Commerce College, North Lakhimpur. This was the first time when a mango festival organized in Assam state. The festival was inaugurated by Santanu Dutta, Additional Superintendent of Police, Lakhimpur. The festival was organized by the joint collaboration of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQA Cell) of Lakhimpur Commerce College; Wild Silk-North East, an NGO and Lakhimpur District Agriculture Department. Around 32 mango varieties of Lakhimpur - Dhemaji agro climatic region were kept for the exhibition purpose.

Ref:The Assam Tribune, RN-1127/57 TECH/GH-104/2015-2017, VOL. 79, NO. 171, GUWAHATI, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 2017


Mango Mela, Mysore (10th May-10th June, 2017)

A one month of Mango mela was organized by the joint association of fruit merchants and APMC (Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee at APMC sub yard, Sayyaji Rao Road, Mysore. More than 20 mango varieties in 40 stalls were kept for sale with assured quality and reasonable price. The mela was inauguratred by the APMC Chairman Shri S. Siddegowda.



Uttarakhand Aam Mahotsav (9th-10th July, 2017)

Two days Uttarakhand Aam Mahotsav was organized by Horticulture department, Uttarakhand on 9th-10th July, 2017 at Madho Singh Bhandari Kisan Bhavan, Dehradun. Uttarakhand Aam Mahotsav was inaugurated by Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat, Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. Dashehari, Langra, Chausa, Amrapali, Mallika, Ambika, Neelum, Jahangir, Tomy Atkins, Ratna, Kesar, Ramkela, Doctor Pasand, Gulab Jaman and many other mango varieties displayed by different institutions and farmers during the Aam Mahotsav. Mango competition was also conducted on first day of Aam Mahotsav to encourage mango farmers. District Udham Singh Nagar awarded first, Haridwar second and Dehradun awarded third in mango production. Farmers were also awarded for their mango varieties displayed during the Mahotsav.

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Mango Diversity Fair, Kasmandi Kalan, Lucknow (02-07-2012)

Mango diversity fair was organised by Society For Conservation of Mango Diversity (SCMD) on July 2, 2012 at Kasmandikalan, Lucknow. Around 425 mango varieties were displayed in the fair.

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Mango Diversity Fair, Kasmandi Kalan, Lucknow (28-06-2011)

Society for Conservation of Mango Diversity (SCMD) organised mango diversity fair on June 28, 2011 at Kasmandikalan, Lucknow. Farmers displayed around 250 mango varieties in the diversity fair.

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Mango Show during Global Conference 2012 at Bhubaneswar (28-05-2012)

Global Conference on Horticulture for Food, Nutrition and Livelihood Options was organised on May 28 to 31, 2012 at Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar. Mango show was also conducted during the conference where Society for Conservation of Mango Diversity, Malihabad (SCMD) awarded first for displaying maximum number of varieties.

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Mango Festival cum Exhibition, NASC New Delhi (14-07-2012)

Mango Festival cum exhibition was organised on 14 July 2012 at National Agricultural Sciences Complex, New Delhi. The festival was organised by Society for Development of Subtropical Horticulture (SDSH), Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture (CISH), Lucknow in collaboration with NASC-RWA, New Delhi.

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Mango Exhibition cum Festival, NASC New Delhi (03-07-2011)

A mango exhibition cum festival was organised by the Society for Development of Subtropical Horticulture, Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture, Rehmankheda, Lucknow at National Agriculture Science Complex (NASC), Indian Council of Agricultural Rresearch (ICAR), New Delhi.

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Mango Diversity Exhibition (21-06-2015)

Mango diversity Exhibition was organised by Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture, Lucknow at Paryatan Bhawan, Lucknow on June 21 to 22, 2015. A number of varieties and mango products were displayed in the exhibition.



Diversity Fair Dehradun (28-05-2011)

Diversity fair was organised on May 28, 2011 at Dehradun. Farmers displayed around 50 mango varieties in the diversity fair.

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All India Mango Show during Global Conference 2011 (23-06-2011)

All India mango show was organised during Global Conference on Augmenting Production and Utilization of Mango in Emerging Scenario of Biotic and Abiotic Stresses on June 23, 2011 at Lucknow. Around 250 mango varieties were displayed in the show and farmers of SCMD bagged first prize for displaying maximum number of varieties, 2 first and 2 second prizes for best mango exhibits.

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National Biodiversity 2010 (25-06-2010)

National biodiversity was organised by ICAR-Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture at CISH Rehmankheda, Lucknow on June 25, 2010. Farmers also displayed number of mango varieties from their orchard in the national biodiversity.

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Regional Mango Fair, Lucknow (June 16, 2007) (16-06-2007)

Regional mango fair was organised during Horticulture Summit 2007 (June 10-17, 2007) on June 16, 2007 at Lucknow. The Horticulture summit was organised by The Confederation of Indian Horticulture, the apex organisation of horticulture.



Mango and Tourism Festival (08-07-2017)

Mango & Tourism Festival was organized by Government of West Bengal at Golden Park Hotel and Resort, Malda during 08-09 July, 2017. The festival was inaugurated by State?s Tourism Minister, Goutam Deb. Various mango varieties were displayed in the festival by different agencies and farmers. ICAR-CISH bagged appreciation of Best Mango Diversity Stall in Mango & Tourism Festival. Farmers were also awarded for their mango varieties.



24th Mango Festival, New Delhi (06-07-2017)

24th Mango festival was organised by Delhi Tourism department at Dilli Haat, Pitampura, on July 6-8, 2012. The festival was inaugurated by the then Chief Minister of Delhi, Sheila Dikshit. Approximately 600mango varieties were displayed in the festival by different institutions and farmers. Farmers of Society for Conservation of Mango Diversity (SCMD), Malihabad were also displayed mango varieties in the festival.



Mango Exhibition, Vengurle (Sindhudurg, Maharashtra) (08-11 May, 2018)

A Mango exhibition along with International Mango Conference was jointly organized by ISASaT (Inter-disciplinary Society for Advancement of Agricultural Sciences and Technology) and DBSKKV (Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth), Dapoli, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra at Vengurle (Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra) from 08th-11th May, 2018. Different mango varieties were displayed by Regional Fruit Research Station (DBSKKV), Vengurle and Department of Agriculture, Goa. Regional Fruit Research Station (DBSKKV), Vengurle displayed approximately 175 mango varieties including hybrids. Mango varieties like Alphonso, Mankur, Udgo, Yerrmulgoa, Wellard, Vellaikolumban, Royal Special, Kodur Goa, Karel, Kobari, Goa Hapus, Fernandin, Elephant Head, Banganapalli, Bajrang, Bappakai etc. and hybrids like IIHR-13, Hybrid-287, IARI Hybrid-105, Hybrid-10/1, Hybrid-360, Hybrid-314, CISH-M1 etc. were displayed by the RFRS (DBSKKV), Vengurle. Various mango processed products developed at DBSKKV-Dapoli like Ripe Alphonso Mango Wine, Raw Mango Wine, Alphonso Mango Pulp, Alphonso Mango Leather and Mango Chutney were also displayed in the exhibition. Department of Agriculture, Goa was also participated in the exhibition and demonstrated different mango varieties and mango products. Approximately 25 mango varieties like Mankurad, Udgo, Bencurad, Goan Alphonso, Ratnagiri Alphonso, Costa, Lily, Colaco, Anas, Malgesh, Barreto, Karel, Hilario, Kesar, Chandrama etc. and processed mango products like dried mango ?Sola?, dried mango seed, stuff mango pickle, mango leather, mango pickle, mango juice, mango jam and water pickle were demonstrated by Department of Agriculture, Goa. Mango harvester ?Naveen mango harvester? was also displayed in the exhibition.



Mango festival, Nagpur (27-30 April, 2018)

A four mango festival was organized by Tejaswini Mahila Manch at Glocal Mall, Nagpur from 27 to 30 April, 2018. Various competitions based on mango was organized in the festival like ?mango recipe competition?, ?mango mania fashion show?, ?treasure hunt? and ?Khoje Aam? etc. Different mango recipes like mango pana, mango gujhiya, mango badi, mango ice cream and mango petha made by the participants. Women were actively participated in the festival and made this a successful event. The Award of most active group during the festival was given to Jyoti Mahila Mandal.

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Global Kokan Mango Festival, Mumbai (2-8 May, 2018)

Kokan Bhumi Pratisthan, Nehru Science Centre and Ministry of Cultural Affairs (Government of India) in association with MSAMB (Maharashtra State Agricultural Marketing Board) and APEDA (Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority) organized a seven days Global Kokan Mango Festival 2018 from May 2-8, 2018, at Nehru Science Centre, Worli, Mumbai. 15 key farmer co-operative associations from Devgadh, Ratnagiri, Kelshi and alongwith Ratnavasundhara & Sindhudurg Farmer Producer Association represented 100 mango farm owners in Mumbai for the Global Kokan Mango Festival 2018. The inaugural day of the festival, Farmer?s Mango Bazaar & Convention to light on various important topics like Mango Cultivation and Farming technology, critical infrastructure set up for export of mangoes like hot water treatment facility, vapour heat treatment facility and irradiation facility was conducted to provide an enriching platform for mango producers for better production and export of mangoes.

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Bengaluru Mango Mela, Bengaluru (25 May to 15 June-18)

Karnataka State Mango Development and Marketing Corporation Limited (KSMDMCL) and the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FKCCI) organized annual Mango Mela from 25 May-15 June, 2018 at Lalbagh, Cubbon Park and FKCCI (KG Road), Bengaluru. Varieties like Mallika, Dashehari, Amrapali, Malgova, Raspuri, Sendura, Totapuri, Sakkare Gutti, Chinnarasam, Banganapalli and Kesar were available in the festival. Apart from mangoes, fruit fly pheromone traps were also sold at the venues.

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Mango and Jackfruit Diversity Fair, Bengaluru (24-26 May, 2018)

Shri. Suresh Heblikar, Actor, Director and Environmentalist inaugurated the three days Mango and Jackfruit Diversity Fair 2018 which was organized by Indian Institute of Horticultural Research (IIHR) during May 24-26, 2018. The purpose of the fair was to exhibit the diversity in mango and jackfruit and to create awareness among the farmers and the public towards the nutritional benefits of mango and jackfruit. More than 350 mango varieties along with 120 jackfruit varieties were displayed in the fair.

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Amba Mahotsav, Shreemanth Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Sarvajanik Trust, Pune (18-Apr-18)

Every year on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya, Amba Mahotsav celebrated by offering of mangoes placed before Shri Ganpati at Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Pune. This year the Amba Mahotsav was celebrated on18th April, 2018 and mangoes were distributed to the devotees.

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Mango Exhibition, Belagavi (19-25 May, 2018)

Karnataka State Mango Development Board and Marketing Corporation (KSMDB & MC) organized a seven-day Mavu Mela, an exhibition and sale of mangoes at Hyum Park, Belagavi. The exhibition was inaugurated by Deputy Commissioner, Mr. C S Ziyaullah. Mango growers from Belagavi, Dharwad and Koppal were participated and sold their produce in the exhibition. Nearly 200 varieties of mangoes, including Totapuri, Ratna, Rasapuri, Dashehari, Chausa, Mandepa, Mallika and Pairi were available in the exhibition

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Mango Festival, Padannakkkad, Kerala (5-6 May, 2018)

A two-day Mango Fest at the College of Agriculture (COA), Padannakkkad near Neeleswaram, was organized by the college students from May 5-6. Students collected the mango varieties from different parts of the State and sold mango varieties collected from across the State. Around 20 indigenously developed mango saplings were also on sold during the festival.

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Mankurad mango festival, Goa (06-May-18)

Transform Goa has organized a Mankurad mango festival on 6 May, 2018 at Panaji. Mankurad mangoes and various value added products made from Mankurad such as pickle, jam, cakes etc. were displayed in the festival. The festival was organized to promote Mankurad mangoes cultivation across the state of Goa.

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Mango Festival, Mandya (25-May-18)

3-day Mango festival jointly organised by the Horticulture Department, Mandya Zilla Panchayat and District Horticulture Association in the premises of Horticulture Department office, Mandya. Mandya Deputy Commissioner N. Manjushri inaugurated the mango festival. The festival hosted 18 mango stalls with approximately 73 mangos varieties from Karnataka and adjoining states.

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Mango Festival, Bhubaneshwar (3-4 June, 2018)

Two days mango festival was organised at Central Horticultural Experiment Station (CHES), Bhubaneshwar on 3-4 June, 2018. The festival was inaugurated by Shri Naveen Patnaik, Chief Minister of Odisha. The festival was organised by the Agriculture and Farmers Empowerment department in collaboration with ICAR (Indian Council of Agricultural Research), NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development) and ORMAS (Odisha Rural Development and Marketing Society). Around 100 mango varieties were displayed in the festival. Besides, competition was also organized to award best quality of mango under different categories. Hybrids and local mango varieties were also displayed in the festival.

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Mango Festival, Bhopal (4-5 June, 2018)

Two days mango festival was organized by NABARD on 4th-5th June, 2018 at regional office, Arera Colony, Bhopal. Farmers of 14 districts displayed around 13 mango varieties in the festival. All the mangoes displayed in the festival were produced through organic cultivation. Farmers of NABARD?s WADI scheme, different famers produce organization and self help groups participated in the festival and displayed their mangoes.

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Mango Festival, Thane (01-10 May, 2018)

Mango Festival was organized by the Maharashtra State Agricultural Department, Krushi Bachan Promoted Samskar and Konkan Vikas Pratishthan from 01 May-10 May, 2018 at Gavdevi Maidan, Thane. The mango festival hosted approximately 55 stalls of different mango varieties and value added products. Konkan mangoes produced through organic methods were also displayed and sold in the festival.

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Mango Festival, Vijaywada (2-3 June, 2018)

A two days mango festival was organized by the Horticulture department, Go Aadharika Prakruthi Vyavasadhurika, Dr. YSR Horticultural University and Mfarms at Siddhartha Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Vijaywada on 2-3 June, 2018. The aim of the festival was to educating farmers on organic farming and imparting entrepreneurship skills to them. Among 52 popular varieties of mangoes available in Kadapa, 18 were put on display at the Mango Festival. The organisers have also conducted meetings with farmers to encourage the to use latest farming methods. Farmers from Madhira, Adavinekkalam, Ulavapadu, Kavali, A Kunduru, G Kunduru, Gampalagudem, Nuzvid, and Agiripalli have come to the Mango Festival to sell their produce. Mfarms had set up a stall in the festival to educate farmers on packaging of mangoes.

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The 25th Mango Expo, Kozikode (3-8 May, 2018)

Calicut Agri-horticultural Society organised 25th Mango Expo at Gandhi Park near 4th Railway Gate from May 3 to 8, 2018. Society president and District Collector U.V. Jose inaugurated the mango expo. The annual mango eating competition was also conducted on May 6.

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Mango festival-cum-exhibition, Bhubaneswar (08-14 June, 2018)

NABARD organised a week long 2nd State level mango festival cum exhibition at NABARD office premise, Bhubaneswar from 08-14 June, 2018. The festival was inaugurated by Prof. Ganeshi Lal, Governor of Odisha. The exhibition hosted 25 stalls in which products other than mangoes were also displayed by the participants. Chief mango varieties kept for display in exhibition were Amrapali, Banganapalli, Totapuri, Alphonso, Langra, Dashehari, Sundari, Suvarnarekha and Himsagar. Tribal farmers with their produce from Mayurbhanj, Malkangiri, Kandhmal, Nuapada, Kalahandi, Gajapati, Rayagarha, Keonjhar, Koraput Nayagarh, Sundergarh, Nabarangpur districts participated in exhibition-cum-sale.

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Mango-Jackfruit Mela, Mysuru (01-05 June, 2018)

Horticulture Department, Karnataka organized five day mango-jackfruit mela at Curzon Park adjoining Mysore Palace, Mysuru from 01-05 June, 2018. The festival hosted a total of 36 stalls- three for selling jackfruits, 2 for Sasya Santhe and rest 31 stalls for mangoes. Growers from Mysuru, Chamrajanagar, Mandya, Ramnagara and some parts of the Bengaluru rural districts were participated, displayed and sold varieties of mango fruits in the festival.

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Mango Exhibition, Krishnagiri (June 11- July 8, 2018)

26th All India Mango Exhibition organized at a government boys higher secondary school, Krishnagiri from June 11 to July 8, 2018. State sports minister P Balakrishna Reddy inaugurated the exhibition. More than 50 varieties of mangoes including Alphonso, Senthura, Neelum, Mulgoa and Imam Pasand were displayed on more than 100 stalls at the exhibition. Mango farmers and pulp producers from different states like Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Maharashtra displayed their produce in the exhibition.

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6th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival, Lucknow (23-24 June, 2018)

6th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival was organised on 23-24 June, 2018 at Indira Gandhi Pratisthan, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow. The festival was inaugurated by Shri Yogi Aditya Nath, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Approximately 700 mango varieties were kept for display in the festival. Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture (Lucknow), Horticulture Department (Uttarakhand), Horticulture Department (Madhya Pradesh), Narendra Dev University of Agriculture & Technology (Faizabad), Horticultural Experiment and Training Centre (Saharanpur), Horticultural Experiment and Training Centre (Basti), Horticultural Experiment and Training Centre (Malihabad), Awadh Aam Utpadak Bagwani Samiti (Malihabad) have participated and displayed different mango varieties in the festival. Mango varieties of Lucknow division, Aligarh division, Agra division, Bareilly division, Faizabad division, Basti division, Saharanpur division, Moradabad division, Meerut division, Allahabad division, Gorakhpur division, Azamgarh division, Jhansi division, Varanasi division and Devipatan division have also been displayed by the concerned department in the festival. Besides, value added products like mango pickle, mango asafoetida pickle, sweet mango pickle, mango sweet panna, mango sour panna, mango jam, mango chutney, mango squash, murabba, mango laddu, mango candy, mango papad (amawat),mango nectar, mango vinegar pickle, mango pulp etc. were displayed in the festival. Different nurseries and mango producers like Awadh Nursery (Malihabad), M.P. Nursery (Mall), Azad Hind Nursery (Malihabad), Rohit sahu& Ramkumar (Sultanpur Road, Lucknow), Shatrohan & Arman (Sultanpur Road, Lucknow), S. K. Dwivedi (Godwa, Malihabad), Dr. Shakeel Ahmad (Kasmandi Kalan, Malihabad), Arun Kumar Singh (Mall) and others were also participated and sold saplings and fruits of different mango varieties. Besides, stalls of government department and many others like Horticulture and Food Processing Department (Uttar Pradesh), Agriculture Department (Uttar Pradesh), Rajya Krishi Utpadan Mandi Parishad (Uttar Pradesh), Horticulture Production and Marketing Cooperative Society (Lucknow), Sapana Gramodyog Sewa Samiti (BKT, Lucknow), Mango exporter Babulal Khushi International (Mumbai) were also presented in the festival. ?Arunika? was awarded the best display mango variety in the festival. Shri Ram Naik, Governer of Uttar Pradesh attended the closing ceremony and awarded the winners participated in different categories during the 6th Uttar Pradesh Mango Festival.



30th Mango Festival, Dilli Haat, Janakpuri, Delhi (6-8 July, 2018)

30th Mango Festival was organised by Delhi Tourism at Dilli Haat, Janakpuri from 6-8 July, 2018. The Festival was inaugurated by Shri Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi. Government institutions like Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture (Lucknow), Indian Agriculture Research Institute (New Delhi), G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology (Pantnagar), National Horticulture Board (Gurugram), Punjab Agricultuer University (Ludhiana), Regional Research Station, C.C.S. Haryana Agriculture University, Buria (Yamunanagar), Bihar Agriculture University (Sabour) and Horticultural Experiment and Training Centre (Saharanpur) have participated in the mango festival and displayed their mango varieties. Besides, Earth Mango Society, Kasmandi Kalan, Malihabad (Lucknow) and The Society of Conservation of Mango Diversity, Malihabad (Lucknow) have also participated in the festival. Mango farmers from different places like Mohd. Haneef, Khairabad (Sitapur), Alia Mian, Gazipur (Jhinjhana), Abdul Ahad, Malihabad (Lucknow), Mohd. Fareed Siboo, Biswa (Sitapur), Ramveer Singh Chauhan, Amar Kunj India (Saharanpur), Subodh Kumar Rana, Nanauta (Saharanpur), Mohd. Sahid, Biswa (Sitapur), Kadeem Chandan Nursery, Malihabad (Lucknow), Ikhlaq Ali, Malihabad (Lucknow) have also displayed their mango varieties. Mango sale counters of different farmers and societies were available in the mango festival like Kadeem Chandan Nursery, Malihabad (Lucknow), Mustafa Mango Farm (Muzaffarnagar), Malihabadi Dashehari Aam, Farmers First, CISH (Lucknow), Earth Mango Society, Malihabad (Lucknow), Society of Conservation of Mango Diversity, Malihabad (Lucknow) etc. Besides, G.D. Foods Mfg. (I) Pvt. Ltd., Simran Mouth Freshner, Milk O Mix, Tripti Foods, Piccalicious Bites by Sudha Puri and many others stalls were also available with their mango products. Apart from mango exhibition, mango sale different competition and cultural events were also organized like mango quiz contest, mango eating competition, magic act, band performances, stand up comic acts, cultural dance performance etc. The mango festival was ended on 8th July, 2018.



27th Mango Mela, Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore (07-08 July, 2018)

Haryana Tourism jointly with the Horticulture Department, Haryana organised 27th Mango Mela at Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore on 7th- 8th July, 2018. The festival was inaugurated by Shri Ram Bilas Sharma, Tourism Minister, Haryana. Horticulture department of Haryana displayed mango varieties like Ambika, Totapari, Pusa Arunima, Osteen, Pusa Pratibha, Mallika, Amrapali and Pusa Peetamber. Horticulture department of Haryana also demonstrated preparation of mango squash, mango pickle, mango chutney, mango jam, mango sweet pickle, and mango nectar. Horticulture Department of Uttarakhand also displayed different mango varieties like Ambika, Arunika, Mallika, Tommy Atkins, Pusa Shreshtha, Pusa Arunima, Pusa Surya and Pusa Lalima. Besides, Sahi Pickles, Dr. Reemas Pickles, Nirmal Nursery (Dehradun), Soyab Mango Cultivation Farm (Saharanpur), Mansurkhan Bagh, Kailashpur (Saharanpur) and others were also participated in the festival and displayed their products and fruits. Participants displayed their fruits and mango products in different categories competition. Besides, mango eating competition, drawing competition, rangoli competition, fancy dress competition, face painting competition etc. were also organised during the mango Mela. The Mela was ended on 8th July, 2018.



Mango Food Festival, Paryatan Bhavan, Lucknow (13-15 July, 2015)

Three days mango food festival was organized by Uttar Pradesh Tourism Department from 13th to 15th July at Paryatan Bhavan, Lucknow. The festival was inaugurated by Dr. Reeta Bahuguna Joshi, Tourism Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Different vegetarian and non vegetarian mango foods were available in different stalls at the festivals. Mango sale counters was also available at the festival. Different contests like mango eating contest, cooking contest, mango themed fancy dressed competition for kids, mango story writing sessions for kids, Aam par Shayari etc. were also organized during the festival.



Amrakutotsav, Ahmedabad (10-Jun-18)

In the auspicious month of Purushottam Maas (Adhik Jeth Maas), with the inspiration of Sadguruvarya Sahsatri Shree Madhavpriyadasji Swami and under the guidance of Purani Shree Balkrishnadasji Swami, Amrakutotsav was organized at Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul Ahmedabad, Memnagar on 10 June 2018. Devotees from Ahmedabad, Kutch, Rajkot, Nagher area, etc. contributed heartily and 9800 Kg. Mango fruits offered as Amrakut to Shree Nilkanth varni and all Prasad distributed among road side needy people, orphan houses, Divyang homes, slum area, old age home. Nearly 50 volunteers of Gurukul Parivar spent 250 hours to collect, arrange and distribute 9851 Kgs Mango fruits.

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National Mango Festival, Dehradun (16-17 July, 2018)

With an objective to promote mango production among the farmers, the Horticulture department of Uttarakhand organized a two days National Mango Festival from 16-17 July, 2018 at Kisan Bhavan, Dehradun. Different mango varieties from Uttarakhand and other states were displayed by the participants in the festival.



Kesar Mango Festival, Ahmedabad (11-May-18)

Kesar Mango Festival was organized at Sabarmati Riverfront, Ahmedabad on May 11, 2018. Naturally ripened and calcium carbide free were available for sale in 5 kg and 10 kg boxes at the Kesar Mango festival. Mangoes from Saurashtra, Kutch and South Gujarat were available in the festival.

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