Udyan Pandit Award
The Udyan Pandit Award is given for excellence in fruit cultivation in India. An award is given in each of the categories of apple, banana, grapes, guava, mandarin, mango, pineapple and sweet orange. It is sponsored by the National Horticultural Board  awarded at both state  and national levels.
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