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Eda is a mango cultivar of the Mango family, originating in the Indian state of Gujarat. It was released by the National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, New Delhi in 2007, and is known as the world's largest mango. Eda has a yellow, aromatic flesh, with a milder taste than some other mangoes and large, oblong, almost spherical fruit, weighing and nearly long.
When released, Eda was known as the species Edawasamnathi, meaning "Giant Mango". It was originally identified by Seth Govind Singh (The Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi) as a hybrid of Indian and Israeli mangoes crossed in the region of Dungarpur, in the state of Rajasthan.