Alphonso mango, also known as the king of mangoes, is a premium variety grown in Maharashtra.
Kesar mango, grown in Gujarat, has a distinct golden color and is often used to make desserts.
Totapuri mango, also called Banganapalli, is a large and oblong-shaped mango grown in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
Chaunsa mango, grown in the northern part of India, has a soft and juicy texture and is often used to make desserts.
Langra mango, grown in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, has a greenish-yellow color and a unique aroma.
Dasheri mango, grown in Uttar Pradesh, has a golden-yellow color and a fiberless texture.
Himsagar mango, grown in West Bengal, has a yellowish-green color and a fiberless texture.
Neelam mango, grown in Tamil Nadu, has a bright yellow color and a small seed.
Banganapalli mango, grown in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, has a bright yellow color and a small seed.
Malda mangoes, grown in West Bengal, have a sweet and aromatic taste with a fibrous texture and are often used to make mango juice.
Badami, also known as Alphonso's cousin, is grown in Karnataka and has a sweet taste with a soft texture and yellow-orange skin.
The Mallika mango is a hybrid variety of the Neelam and Dasheri mangoes, It has a sweet and tangy flavor with a deep orange pulp that is juicy and fiberless.
The Himayat mango, also known as the Imam Pasand mango, has a distinct aroma, a buttery texture, and a complex flavor profile that is both sweet and tangy.
Rajapuri is a large-sized mango grown in Maharashtra and Karnataka. It has a sweet and sour taste with a juicy pulp and thick skin.