python split by first match

str.split([sep[, maxsplit]])
s = "123mango abcd mango kiwi peach"
s.split("mango", 1)
['123', ' abcd mango kiwi peach']
>>> s.split("mango", 1)[1]
' abcd mango kiwi peach'

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We have a string s = “123mango abcd mango kiwi peach”.
2. We call the split() method on this string, passing the separator “mango” and the maxsplit parameter as 1.
3. The split() method returns a list of substrings.
4. We access the second element of this list (index 1) and print it.