'Langra' mangoes at a farm in Mathurapur Village, Shivnarayanpur, Bhagalpur, Bihar, India
The Langra, also known as Banarasi Langra, is a mango cultivar primarily grown in Banaras, Northern India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.  This cultivar retains a greenish tinge while ripening. It is normally harvested during the last half of July. Around 2006, it was known to be gaining popularity on the international market. It is considered suitable for slicing and canning.
The leaf blades have an oval-lanceolate shape and are flat to slightly folded. The apexes are acuminate to sub-acuminate. The secondary veins are arranged as sub-opposite to alternate. They have been measured as follows:
- Length of blade: 21.93 cm
- Length of lamina: 18.95 cm
- Breadth of lamina: 4.75 cm
- Length petioles 2.98 cm
- Length of pulvinus region 1.20 cm
- Length : breadth of lamina: 4.00
- Length of pulvinus : petiole: 0.42
- Length of lamina : petiole: 6.67 cm
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