Banganapalli is a mango cultivar named after Banganapalle. An unspoilt obliquely oval specimen presents an unblemished golden yellow thin edible skin. This increasingly popular cultivar of mango also goes by the names of 'Baneshan' in Hindi and is also spelt 'Baiganpalli' or 'Beganpalli'. These mangoes are large sized, weighing on an average 350-400 grams. The pulp is fibreless, firm and yellow with sweet taste.
This variety is the most sought after from Andhra Pradesh. Banganapalle (also Banagana Palli; Telugu: ) is a town in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It lies in Kurnool district, 70 km south of the town of Kurnool. Banganapalle is famous for its mangoes, commonly called 'Banginpalli variety' and even has a cultivar, Banganapalli, named after it. Between 1790 and 1948, Banganapalle was the capital of a princely state of the same name.