Mango isn’t just a fruit, it’s a part of culture and history in so many countries around the world. Mangos were first grown in India more than 5,000 years ago. From there, the mango seed travelled throughout Asia making its way to other countries.
National Mango Day is observed on 22 July every year to honour the ‘king of fruits’. An assembly was conducted by the middle wing of DPS, Greater Faridabad dedicated to one of the most popular super fruits available around the world which has many health-promoting qualities attached to it. The Dipsites shared many important facts about the super- fruit and how this fibrous fruit boosts our digestive system and prevents from getting heat- stroke.
A PPT was later shown to the children followed by an interactive session wherein they were introduced to a wide array of information about mangoes, the importance and benefits of eating mangoes, different varieties of mangoes found and different food items that can be made from this emperor of fruits. The day ended with ‘I Am Good At’ session wherein the students show any of their talents.