This mango is from Egypt and translates to "Indian with a beak"
The fruit are small in size, oval-oblong in shape. They often stay green at maturity but can turn a light yellow.
The flesh is fiberless, rich and sweet with a syrupy sweet floral flavor somewhat comparable to a Thai mango despite speculated to be of Indian origin. The trees are good producers and relatively anthracnose resistant. The fruit appears prone to bacterial black spot however.
They are somewhat vigorous growers and have long internodes between the leaves.
Hindi Bessenara is early season usually maturing from June to July.