Benishaan or Banginapalli mangoes infers its name from its originating town named Banaganpalle 70 km from Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh, India. Its near-perfect form led too the name Benishaan which translates to 'without a flaw' or 'without a scar'. The fruit is distinctly sweet and fragrant, sideways oval fit as a fiddle, brilliant yellow in shading. A longer shelf-life makes it ideal for canning. For the most part, this variety originates from Andhra Pradesh and Tamilnadu states of India. Banginapally mangoes typically weighs around 300-500 gm however some can grow up to 2kg in weight. The loyalty that this mango enjoys can make anyone envious. Its season is between mid-May and mid-June.