Have you ever wondered what’s the best thing about summers in Pakistan? That’s right, mangoes! This is because the world famous Pakistani mangoes are a popular way of beating the searing summer heat as vendors hawk piles of sweet-smelling mangoes or extract the puree to create refreshing drinks. Extolled as the king of fruits, mangoes are also recognized as Pakistan’s national fruit. All the more reasons to get excited about mangoes, right? Mango season is finally here and Pakistanis are celebrating!
Here’s what’s happening:
Model Shahzad Noor shared a fiery photograph of himself having the time of his life chugging down a glass of fresh milk after having plump juicy mangoes!
Twitter is also abuzz with Mango madness as Pakistanis sing songs of love for the yellow fruit.
— Khurram Dawood (@KhurramDawood) June 6, 2020
The fruits available here these days in Pakistan… Melons, plums, apricots, falsays, and last but not least the king of fruits… MANGOES! So yum, so fresh! I could just live on these.
— Amal pareshaan! (@amal_farhaan) June 7, 2020
Mangoes ❤️#pakistanimango #mango #mangoes #pakistaniflowers #pakistan #karachi #lahore #islamabad #faisalabad #multan #peshawar #gilgit #sindh #balochistan #kpk #punjab #pakistaniinusa #pakistaniincanada #pakistaniinuk #pakistaniingermany #pakistaniindenmark #pakistaniinnewyork pic.twitter.com/bXR03yUHyt
— M. Junaid Sadiq (@JunaidSadiq81) June 6, 2020
Yaar Staying at Home & in Pakistan is very fruitful for me . Never had the Mango season at home from past many years .but this time I’m eating those juicy , pulpy sweetest of the sweetest mangoes from my hometown Bahawalpur. What a love this city is . Blessed to be a Bahawalpuri
— Quarantined Mariner⚓️ (@malicckk) June 6, 2020
#Sindhri is a wonderfully sweet mango: a real treat that is not to be missed during its short season. These aromatic Mangoes are the national fruit of Pakistan with such knock-your-socks-off incredible sweetness and taste. Can't wait to have this flavoursome fruit in my mouth♥️ https://t.co/teNguzWM5m
— Suraksha Dodai (@IamSuraksha) May 11, 2020
Mango season, the silver lining amidst the uncertainties of lockdown in Pakistan. Sindhri ya chaunsa, sab aik sey barh kar aik nasha hai.
— Dillawer Bashir (@Dillawer) June 2, 2020
— WhatMatters🗺️ (@sponge_it) May 9, 2020
— ShahzebJillani (@ShahzebJillani) May 16, 2020
Meanwhile Pakistanis living abroad share their quests of getting a hold of the majestic fruit…
Miss my mango tree in Pakistan 😔
— Aloo Biryani (@NotDaChosenOne) June 6, 2020
are you even pakistani if you haven’t smuggled mangoes on your way back from pakistan 💀😳 those hit different 😩
— Ferrari (@champagnefatti) June 6, 2020
It must be Yummy Mangoes Season starting in my country Pakistan ♥️🇵🇰🙏🌹 pic.twitter.com/yUI7EydmRG
— Techrose1 (@Techrose11) May 16, 2020
MANGO SEASON STARTING TIME TO GET MANGOS FROM PAKISTAN LETS GOOO
— maryam مريم (@maryamhamaddd) May 13, 2020
My son who lives In Spain just rang and asked if mangoes are in season in Birmingham because he loves mangoes after Iftar .I believe majority of us Pakistani miss one thing from Pakistan is mangoes
— AmirKhan522 (@Khan522Amir) May 8, 2020
Amid the current time of difficulty – mangoes are definitely the one thing that sure has brought joy to people making the lockdown slightly more bearable!
However, the biggest debate of all times regarding mangoes remains – which type of the fruit is the best one. While everyone remains divided between Sindhri and Chaunsa, let us know what your pick is by leaving a comment on our Instagram page!