Celebrate the first drops of rains at Navdanya’s Biodiversity organic farm redolent with the smells of ripening native organic mangoes. Form the 1st to 3rd of July 2016, we have for you over nine varieties of these yellow and green mangoes to tempt each corner of your tongue. We call you to join us in a celebrations of our Mango Festival.

Mango is revered as the “fruit of immortality” as per the Jain tradition and Mango groves were housed Buddha and his disciples. “The King of fruits” Mango was a created by Lord Shiva himself and is a symbol of fertility and abundance.

During your visit indulge your senses and enrich your cuisine profile with hands on cooking classes during the Mango festival and see the mango harvests transform into incredible organic dishes.Stomach full and drowsy eyed, you rest in Navdanya’s Amarapalli Eco-huts, surrounded by quiet mango laden fruits.So don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate summer traditionally, beneath the leafy canopy of Navdanya’s organic orchards in the Doon valley.

Nine types of Mangoes:

  • Dasahari-
  • Langra
  • Kalmi
  • Malda
  • Chausa
  • Safeda
  • Desi
  • Desi Achari
  • Tota pari asli
At Navdanya Biodiversity Conservation Farm,

Old Shimla Bypass Road,

Village Ramgarh

Dehradun

Phone: 0135-2693025

Register at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pin It

About Navdanya

Navdanya means “nine seeds” (symbolizing protection of biological and cultural diversity) and also the “new gift” (for seed as commons, based on the right to save and share seeds In today’s context of biological and ecological destruction, seed savers are the true givers of seed. This gift or “dana” of Navadhanyas (nine seeds) is the ultimate gift – it is a gift of life, of heritage and continuity. Conserving seed is conserving biodiversity, conserving knowledge of the seed and its utilization, conserving culture, conserving sustainability.

Navdanya on Twitter

How to reach Bija Vidyapeeth

Archives