Vagad is the stronghold of the King of the fruits: 50 varieties are found in Banswara, the Gulf keeps the country identity
July 22nd 2022, 4:59 am
The king of fruits has started becoming the identity of Banswara (Vagad) over time. 50 varieties of mangoes are found in Banswara district of South Rajasthan. Mango is produced in an area of three thousand 115 hectares here. There are about 25 hundred mango orchards, in which about 39 thousand 120 metric tonnes are produced every year. In view of the favorable environment for mangoes, the Department of Agricultural Sciences, NABARD and Agricultural Horticulture is emphasizing on the cultivation of mangoes here. There are 18 species of mangoes including 28 types of crafted varieties in Banswara. Mango of Banswara is not only in demand in Gujarat and country markets, but in the Gulf Countries, the common people here are getting a lot of pleasure. The demand for mango papads is also increasing day by day in Gulf Country. Apart from Malika, varieties like Langa, Amrapali, Dussehri, Saffron are in a great demand in the market. The environment is so favorable, the foreign variety of the environment, DP Saini, the zonal director of the Krishi Vigyan Kendra Borwat in flourishing, says that his agricultural farm There are 50 breeds of mangoes. Among them, Irwin, Austin, Cantt and Carr species are common breeds of Western countries. These foreign breeds are also surviving in the atmosphere of Banswara. There are four mango gardens on the borwat farm only. I know about the pickles made from so many mangoes, but papads are made from mango juices. Daduka village of Banswara is identified by these papas, where mangoes and sweet papad are prepared with sugar. These papad go to Gulf Country. Apart from this, mangoes are used to prepare marmalade, kende, jelly, gem, mang puree, mango pulp, mangon concentrants, juices, beverages and besides cosmetics. There are most of the small home industries in his village. People make mango papad in every house according to their convenience. The process to make it is taken. However, papad prepared from mangoes of Vagad's Jusi variety goes to the Gulf Countrys. The people of Bohra society purchase these papads locally and transport them abroad. In Daduka village, according to an estimate, three quintals of papad are made in the season, which are sold around Rs 250 per kg. The origin of mangoes in Ambanswara, which came during the Mahabharata period in Vagad, has been considered as the origin from the Mahabharata period. Legend has it that the Pandavas had planted mangoes at the time of unknown in Ghotia Amba area. The Pandavas fed mango juice and rice to 88 thousand sage munis here on the leaves of bananas. Educationist Ratanlal Dodiyar said that in the earlier era, there was a tradition of eating mango fruits the most, burning mangoes, burning mango wood, feeding mangoes in the season, making shelter sites, resting under the mango tree. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.