Champak is the largest read children's magazine in India. It's being published since 1967, and enjoys a readership of more than 6 million across 8 Indian languages. Champak is a household name in India and an inseparable part of childhood memories of most of us in this country. The magazine is admired for its fun and adventurous short stories, most of which are based in the jungle Champak-van (Van means jungle in Hindi). There are 12 animal characters in this jungle, each of whom has its own character traits and personalities. The popular ones are Cheeku the rabbit, Meeku the monkey, Jumbo the elephant, Sher Singh the lion and Baddy the wolf. The magazine has been publishing stories on these characters for more than 50 years.
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