|Company||Delhi Press Group|
|Language||English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Malayalam|
Champak (Hindi: चंपक) is a popular fortnightly magazine for children published by the Delhi Press Group since 1969 in India. Champak competes with Amar Chitra Katha's Tinkle and Geodesic's Chandamama brands of magazines. Champak is published twice a month. It is published in English and Hindi and 6 other Indian languages.
Champak was founded in 1969 by Vishwa Nath of Delhi Press. At that time, Champak competed with Chandamama, one of the best Children's selling magazines and Parag (Times of Indian Press) and Nandan (Hindustan times Press). In 1980, another competitor, Tinkle was released. Yet till now, Champak remains one of the favourite magazines of children in India.
Champak Jogo Disk
A CD is given free of cost with a pack of Multimedia Edition Champak. The CD contains games and activities for a child to learn.
Champak has also been conducting Story Writing Contests for children under 12 years old since 2008. The final round is held in Delhi.
Champak's annual writing and painting competition is called 'Champak Creative Child Contest'.
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