Mango fruits are exotic fruits
They are rightly called
Mango—The King of fruits!
Mangoes are tasty fruits
The taste is “out of this world” experience
Mangoes are luscious fruits!
Mangoes are sweet fruits
Scientifically named “ Mangifera indica”
Mangoes are delicious fruits!
Mangoes are rich fruits
Rich in vitamins, minerals and anti- oxidants
Mangoes are summer fruits!
Mangoes are our childhood fruits
They bring back memories of childhood
Mangoes are comfort fruits!
Soothing to the stomach are mango fruits
They contain enzyme papain
Hence we’re better with mango fruits!
To crave for mango fruits
It’s but quite natural
Good source of fibre are mango fruits!
There are green and red mango fruits
They have an exceptional flavor
We can sniff the good mango fruits!
In orange, and yellow are mango fruits
Each has its unique texture
In a rainbow of colours exist mango fruits!
It is a great glee to eat mango fruits
They are tenderizing agents
There’s contentment in consuming mango fruits!
There are many types of mango fruits
Alphonso, Kesar, Banganapalli, Neelam
Totapuri, Malgova, Rumani, are some mango fruits!
Fruit Compote is served from mango fruits
As Sorbet, Ice-cream it takes forms
Excellent salads are made from mango fruits!
A celebration of tropics are mango fruits
In summer it is a daily ritual
And a treat to bite into mango fruits!
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