Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG
Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG
Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG
Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG
Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG
Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG
Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG

Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) | Palm Jelly (Thati Thandra) - 1/2 KG

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 What is Mamidi Thandra? 

Mamidi Thandra, a beloved traditional Indian sweet, is also known as mango jelly. This delectable treat hails primarily from Andhra Pradesh, where it's cherished for its rich mango flavour and chewy texture. Mamidi Tandra is a type of fruit leather made by sun-drying mango pulp mixed with sugar and, occasionally, spices. The result is a sheet of concentrated mango essence that can be cut into squares or strips for easy snacking.

In addition to its delightful taste, Mamidi Thandra holds cultural significance. It's often prepared during the mango season and enjoyed year-round. Making Mamidi Thandra is labour-intensive, requiring careful attention to the consistency of the mango pulp and the drying conditions. This delicacy is similar to Thati Thandra, or Palm Jelly, made from the jelly palm fruit. Both treats share a chewy texture and sweet flavour but are distinct in their primary ingredients.

With the advent of online shopping, finding traditional sweets like Mamidi Thandra has become easier. ATPU offers Mamidi Thandra/Thati Thandra online, allowing people worldwide to savour these regional specialities. These sweets remain popular for their nostalgic value and unique taste, embodying the essence of Indian culinary tradition.

How Mamidi Thandra is Made?

Making Mamidi Thandra, or mango jelly, is a meticulous process that starts with selecting the ripest and juiciest mangoes. These mangoes are peeled, and their pulp is carefully extracted, ensuring the mixture is smooth and free of fibrous strands. The pulp is then mixed with sugar to enhance and preserve its sweetness. Some traditional recipes also incorporate a pinch of cardamom, but we avoid it to add a unique flavour profile.

Once the mango-sugar mixture is ready, it is spread thinly on large trays or flat surfaces lined with a non-stick material. These trays are then placed in direct sunlight to dry. The drying process can take several days, depending on the intensity of the sun and humidity levels. During this period, the pulp gradually thickens into a chewy, leathery sheet known as Mamidi Thandra.

This preparation method is quite similar to that used for making Thati Thandra or Palm Jelly, derived from the jelly palm fruit. Both processes require patience and a suitable drying environment. 

How Many Days can You Store Mango Jelly in the Fridge?

Mamidi Thandra, or mango jelly, can be stored in the fridge for extended freshness. When properly sealed in an airtight container, it can last for many days without losing its flavour or texture. Purchasing Mamidi Thandra/Thati Thandra online often comes with storage instructions to ensure you enjoy your treat for as long as possible. The cool temperature of the fridge helps preserve the jelly's sweetness and prevents spoilage. Proper refrigeration is key to maintaining the quality of these delightful snacks.

Mamidi Thandra, a cherished traditional Indian sweet, offers a delightful taste and cultural significance. Its unique flavour can be savoured year-round with meticulous preparation and proper storage. Atreyapuram Putharekulu ensures high-quality Mamidi Thandra and Thati Thandra, which are available online for global enjoyment, preserve this culinary tradition.

FAQs About Mango Jelly (Mamidi Thandra) 

Qus. What is the price of Mamidi Thandra?

Ans. The price of Mamidi Thandra, also known as mango jelly, varies depending on the brand, quality, and quantity. At ATPU, we offer it for INR 399 for ½ kg.

Qus. Is Mamidi Thandra good for health?

Ans. Mamidi Thandra, made from mango pulp, is rich in vitamins A and C, providing antioxidants and immune-boosting benefits. At ATPU, we offer Mamidi Thandra with Zero Preservatives/Colours. Hence, it's a healthier treat for sweet lovers.

Qus. Which place is famous for Mamidi Thandra?

Ans. Atreyapuram in Andhra Pradesh is renowned for its Mamidi Thandra. This region's traditional preparation methods and high-quality mangoes contribute to its fame. The local climate and soil conditions also play a crucial role in producing superior Mamidi Thandra.

Qus. What is the name of mango jelly?

Ans. Mango jelly is commonly referred to as Mamidi Thandra in Telugu-speaking regions. It is also known as Aam Papad in Hindi and other parts of India. This traditional sweet is enjoyed across the country under various names.

Qus. What colour is mango jelly?

Ans. Mango jelly, or Mamidi Thandra, typically has a bright yellow to orange colour. The hue depends on the type of mangoes used and the concentration of the pulp. The natural colour indicates the presence of beta-carotene, a beneficial antioxidant.

Qus. What is the name of Aam Papad in Andhra?

Ans. In Andhra Pradesh, Aam Papad is called Mamidi Thandra. This regional delicacy is well-loved for its sweet, tangy flavour and chewy texture, often prepared using traditional methods passed down through generations.

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Unlike any other sweet, Atreyapuram Putharekulu are completely Authentic & Unique and give enough customizations for each and every manufacturer.



No two Putharekulu makers can bring the same taste. Based on its size, weight, standards and ingredients used, the price of one piece varies from 35/- to 100/-



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Considering all these, ATPU has made healthy combination of Quality & Affordability and re-introduced these Putharekulu sweet to the whole world with utmost care and superior taste.

How To Eat Putharekulu?

1) Take the Puthareku in hand.
2) Bite it. Wait till the bitten portion melts in your mouth.
3) Chew it.
4) Repeat.
5) Finish it in 3 bites to enjoy the sweet.
Don't open the sweet. The outer layer is not a paper/plastic. It is a thin layer made of rice flour, it melts in the mouth.

Customer Reviews

Based on 110 reviews
Netaji Kancharapu


Mamida Tandra

Mamida Tandra is very good

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Venkat Narayan R
Tasty and yummy retreat

Well processed mango pulp as candy, not sure about ingredients, hope it's fully natural as it's tast makes us crave to eat time and again

mamata .
Manoj jelly

It’s really good taste

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