After Gopalbhog, Himsagar mangoes start ripening from the first week of June and are available in the market throughout the month of June. A full-sized Himsagar is shaped in the round on the chest and concave or slightly oblong from the sinuses, and the apex is round. The color of ripe Himsagar mango is light green and remains green even after ripening. The skin is smooth and thin. This variety of mango has no lips.
It is a very fragrant mango with excellent taste. Besides, the shell is soft and fibrous, and orange. Ripe mangoes can be kept indoors for up to eight days after collection. The average weight of the fruit is 219 grams, and the length is up to 6.89 cm. This variety is widely cultivated in Damurhuda Upazila of Chuadanga district, Sadar Upazila of Meherpur district, Sadar, Debhata, Kalaroa, and Tala Upazilas of Satkhira district. Usually, Himsagar is priced at Tk. 80 to Tk. 120 per Kg.