How did mango come to India?
Mango seeds traveled from Asia to the Middle East, East Africa and South America beginning around 300 or 400 A.D. The cultivation of mango began slowly moving westward with the spice trade. The Portuguese, who landed in Calcutta in 1498, were the first to establish a mango trade.
Who is father of mango?
Born in Malihabad, near Lucknow in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Khan dropped out of school at 7th standard and took to the family business of farming.
Kaleem Ullah Khan.
|haji Kalimullah Khan|
|Known for||Mango grafting|
Who named mango?
From man-kay or man-gay, it changed to manga. The people who gave it the name manga or mango were the Portuguese. They first came to India, across the oceans, about 500 years ago. As they settled down in parts of India, they discovered the mango.