What:- International Mango Festival
When:- 9 July to 10 July
Where:-Dilli Haat, Janak Puri, Delhi
Can you imagine summers without mangoes? Me neither. During this season, mango festivals are held in different parts of India where hundreds of savory varieties of it are put on display. The country waits with bated breath for these events for myriad reasons. Apart from its mouth-watering taste, the king of fruits is known to be a powerhouse of nutrition. It aids digestion, boosts immunity, promotes eye health and a healthy gut, lowers cholesterol and clears the skin.
The Delhi International Mango Festival 2019 in India draws sellers and growers of this succulent fruit from India and abroad to interact and generate awareness about its multifarious uses. The beauty of this event is that it doesn’t discriminate among the vast number of horticulturists emerging from different mango-growing regions like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, and Haryana. It fosters camaraderie and healthy competition by encouraging mango growers to participate in contests.
- Musical events with several versions of folk songs on a mango theme
- The number of competitions like the slogan writing competition and mango eating competition.
The festival attracts foodies in great numbers who throng the stalls that are manned by esteemed chefs from 5-star hotels like the Maurya Sheraton, Taj Mahal Palace, Inter-Continental Hotel, Marriott India, Qutub Hotel and Claridges around India. These chefs prepare mouthwatering mango-based delicacies and shakes and desserts with a twist. The event further draws international tourists, especially buyers looking for business opportunities. Bring the family, bring your friends but do miss the International Mango Festival in Delhi this year.
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-Koshika Rajput for nearbuy.com
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