For experimental purpose freshly extracted stones of commercial mango cultivars; Sindhri, SB Chaunsa, Dusehri, Sufaid Chaunsa, Anwar Retual, Retual Late No. Chaunsa – This delicious mango comes from Multan districts of Punjab and Pakistan. Sindhri comes early in the season from Sindh province of Pakistan and then stocks from Punjab start coming in June and the season lasts till the end of July. It is grown mainly in Pakistan and some parts of India ; both countries export significant quantities of the fruit. Both Sindhri and Sufaid Chaunsa mangoes packed in open top boxes had higher marketability with better firmness and higher sugar contents (less softness score; significant in case of cv. Sufaid Chaunsa only) at ripening as compared to the fruit of closed top boxes. It is harvested in July to September. ... Indian Culture vs Western Culture. For those who are unaware, Chaunsa and Sindhri are the types of mangoes that differ based on taste and texture. Chaunsa is a variety of mango grown in different parts of the world, but originally from Rahim Yar Khan and Multan in Punjab. The generous sized Sindhri mango is sweet but less sugary than the Chaunsa or Anwar Ratol. For certainly no obvious reasons, Pakistani twitter decided to engage in a debate over the ever controversial topic of Chaunsa vs. Sindhri. Mangoes have always been a … The mangoes are pale yellowish in color. These are known for their unique fragrance. Inside, it has a very soft flesh with very little fibre. Chaunsa mango of Pakistan is one of the worlds’ top available varieties. 'Chaunsa' mango (Urdu: چونسا ; Hindi: चौंसा), also known as 'Chausa the King of Mangoes', is a named mango cultivar from South Asia.