Wow you have really done some work to save that tree. I think only time will tell. I suspect it will be very stressed for obvious reasons but should survive. As it grows you can train it and remove any additional dead branches when you can see that they are truly not going to resprout. Don't apply any fertilizer now. Wait until next spring to start feeding it. Thankfully it has all during the cooler season to try to recover before summer heat returns. Keep the soil around it in a large area adequately moist. Keep some support cables or ropes in 2 or 3 directions on the tree to hold it in place until it can reestablish roots to support it. This may take 6-8 months or more. Just check the ropes or cables periodically to make sure they are not cutting into the trunk or branches to which they are tied. Good luck with your tree. Wish I could grow mangoes where I live!
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