Origin of champac
Examples from the Web for champac
From the wood of the champac the images of Buddha are carved for the temples.
Champac, cham′pak, n. an Indian tree of great beauty, much venerated by Brahminists and Buddhists.
Champac flowers are used in the manufacture of temple garlands.Castes and Tribes of Southern India|Edgar Thurston
Along with its flowers the priests use likewise those of the Champac (Michelia Champaca), belonging to the family of magnoliace.