The 9th Mango Festival, organised by the National Media Club got over at Constitution Club of India, New Delhi on July 26, 2017. The one-day festival cum exhibition had seen the lovers of the King of Fruits thronging at the venue with great enthusiasm and verve. There were around 250 different varieties of mangoes which were on display.

6Purushottam Bhai Rupala, Minister for State, Agriculture inaugurated the Mango Festival. Mango orchard owners from different parts of the country including Malihabad and Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh, Malda in West Bengal and Pant Nagar in Uttrakhand and other destination were also present, who were explaining the peculiarities of their produce. There were many ministers including Sanjeev Baliyan and Giriraj Singh, who took part in the one-day event.

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India is the largest producer fo mangoes in the world with around 1,100 varieties of the fruit grown in different parts of the country. Rightly so, the festival offered an opportunity to taste different varieties of mangoes such as Neeleshwari, Sikri, Royal SP, Neelam, Papitiyo, Langra, Kesar, Sensation, Nazuk Badab, Fazli, Amrapali, Tommy Atkins and Alphonso.

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Speaking at the event, Sachin Awasthi, President, National Media Club said, The aim of this event, is to provide exposure to the domestic mango industry in India. Also the festival provides encouragement to all the farmers to grow more healthy varieties of mango”.

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There are more than 1,365 mango varieties grown across the globe, and India cultivates around a 1,000 different types of the fruit. India is the largest exporter of mangoes and ships in excess of 50,000 tonnes. NMC is being doing this event from last nine years in order to promote mangoes in the domestic markets as well.

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National Media Club (NMC) is India’s largest community of Regional Journalist Media Professionals. Founded in way back 90’s, to help Urban & Rural area talented journalist/media person to get the opportunities they deserve. Hence connecting urban India with rural India. National Media Club’s primary mission is to expand digital media literacy, promote standard technologies, encourage ethical behaviour and share best practices.Our Strength is extended network of journalist working in rural and far flung regional areas.

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