Summers are here and there couldn’t be a better way to make the most of the season and find some respite from the sweltering heat than relishing the king of fruits – mangoes. Yes, it’s time for the 31st edition of the annual Delhi Mango Festival that will be held from 5th July to 7th July at Dilli Haat, Janakpuri.

Organised by Delhi Tourism in alliance with the Delhi Government, this three-day event will see over 500 varieties of mangoes – traditional, unique and hybrid – including Langra, Chausa, Rataul, Mallika, Hussainara, Fazri, Kesar, Amrapali and Ramkela showcased by farmers from Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal under one roof.

Exhibitions will also be a part of the festival where processed mango products like jam, mango juice, pickles, chutney, mango jelly, mango pulp, aam papad and aam panna will be put on sale. There will be professionals to guide visitors on how to let the mangoes ripen naturally and even how to plant a mango tree.

Reputed cooking professionals will have their stalls at the event showcasing their own mango-based recipes. There will also be various mango eating competitions, quizzes, children’s shows and cultural performances. And the best of all is the free mango saplings that will be given to the visitors coming for the event.

Important Details of Delhi Mango Festival 2019:


5th July (Friday) – 7th July (Sunday)


11.00 am – 10.00 pm


Dilli Haat, Janakpuri

Nearest Metro Station:

Janak Puri West (Blue/Magenta Line)

Ticket Prices:

₹20 (Adults); ₹10 (Children)

 About Delhi Mango Festival

The Delhi Mango Festival first to took place in 1987 and ever since, it is held in the capital annually in early summers with the aim to promote tourism and the sale of mangoes within and outside India. It is an excellent opportunity for sellers, horticulturists and growers from all over the country as well as food processing industries and agro-industries dealing in mango-based products. Mango lovers come to be a part of this festival to indulge in their favourite fruit. One of the most-awaited cultural events in the capital, the International Mango Festival draws thousands of visitors every year.

All the mango lovers out there, save the dates and don’t miss to join this mango extravaganza that is going to grace the capital this July!