The king of fruits is back with its succulent flavors. The 29th edition of the mango festival now renamed as the Delhi summer festival will be held from 9th to 10th of July, 2017 at DilliHaat, Pitampura, Delhi.. Since 1987, The festival is hosted by the Delhi Tourism Board in association with the Delhi Government and has never failed to amuse the dignitaries. There are over 1,365 species of mangoes grown around the world and over 1000 varieties of the fruit are cultivated in India.
The festival showcases around 400 varieties of mangoes including the traditional and hybrid mangoes. Whether its Langda, Chausa, Dasheri, Sindhuri, Alphonso, suwarn, Neeleshwar or sirki; you can relish any rare species of this delicious fruit.
The festival is much awaited and celebrated with great zeal and vigor. The festival also arranges for the sale of processed mango items like jam, pickles, chutney, jelly, juice, aampapad, aampana etc. In addition to that, culinary demonstrations are also made by renounced chefs for the preparation of assorted recipes made with mango.
The fun doesn’t end here. The other attractions of the event include mango quiz competitions, a kid’s zone, sale of rare mango species, cultural programmers, mango eating competition and much more.
Every mango lover is attracted to mangoes the same way a bear gets attracted to a honey pot. So! What are you waiting for? Get ready to indulge in the biggest mango festival of the country – the Delhi summer festival. We understand that your favorite festival is round the corner. So you may go ahead for any of the tour packages which are available online. The best option for you can be golden triangle package which will allow you to explore Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur altogether as a part of one tour.
Rajasthan is a place of vibrant colors and year round festivities. Fairs and festivals in Rajasthan are famous worldwide especially for their ethnic essence and beauty. You can enjoy the year-round festivals of Rajasthan during your Rajasthan tour. Along with the delicious mangoes in Delhi, you can savor some lip-smacking desserts and delicacies like Petha and Ghewar from Agra and Jaipur on your trip making the overall summer experience worth remembering. So, don’t miss the chance to explore this fusion of taste and culture.