champak

(from the article `Magnoliales`) ...many centuries that its original natural range is difficult to determine. This tree is a handsome ornamental with evergreen leaves and profuse, ...
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Champak

Champak (Hindi: चंपक) is a popular monthly magazine for children published by the Delhi Press Group since 1968 in India. Champak competes with Amar Chitra Katha`s Tinkle and Geodesic`s Chandamama brands of magazines. Champak is published twice a month. ==History== Champak was found by Vishwa Nath. The first edition of Champak was release.....
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Champak

The Champak (Michelia Champaca)is an Indian tree of the family Magnoliaceae held in high esteem by Hindus and Buddhists. The wood is used for various purposes, and the fine golden flowers are much celebrated in Hindu poetry for their perfume.
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