“A flowering plant also known as Frangipani, Champa is known for its fragrance, color, and beauty. As per Hindu mythology, the splendor of Champa has been linked with Lord Krishna. It is believed that honeybees don’t sit on the Champa flower because the Lord has instructed them not to…”
The Champa Tree (aka TCT) was conceived in the month of May 2014. It is India’s leading parenting blog and community, with over 200K monthly views and 120K monthly unique visitors. It is a safe and supportive space for parents to find information and advice on all aspects of parenting, from pregnancy and childbirth to early childhood development and teenage years. The blog also covers a wide range of other topics related to family life, such as education, health, and wellness.
The Champa Tree is known for its comprehensive and informative content, as well as its honest and relatable tone. The blog’s writers are experts in their respective fields, but they also share personal stories and experiences, which makes the content relatable to parents at all stages of their journey.
Here are some of the things that make The Champa Tree blog so insightful:
- The blog covers a wide range of topics, from pregnancy and childbirth to early childhood development and teenage years. This means that parents can find information and advice on everything they need to know, no matter what stage their child is at.
- The blog’s writers are experts in their respective fields. They provide accurate and up-to-date information on a variety of parenting topics, from education and health to child development and behavior.
- The blog also shares personal stories and experiences from parents. This helps to make the content relatable and provides parents with a sense of community.
- The blog’s tone is honest and open. The writers do not shy away from difficult topics, such as postpartum depression or childhood behavior problems. They offer honest and practical advice to help parents navigate these challenges.
With so much to read and so little time, what are you waiting for?
About the Founder
Vaishali Sudan Sharma, the founder of The Champa Tree blog, India’s leading parenting blog and community also happens to have over 15 years of experience on the professional front. She is a seasoned brand communications professional, a certified digital marketer, and a content specialist. Her skills encompass everything from crafting brand strategies and assessing client communication objectives to crisis management.
Above all, Vaishali stands as a devoted and fervent champion for parents and children. She believes that parenting is the most important job in the world, and she is committed to providing parents with the information and resources they need to succeed.
Vaishali is a regular contributor to various parenting websites and magazines, and her views have been featured in several media outlets, including The Hindu, India Today 1 and India Today 2, Sheroes, The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, Mumbai Mirror, The Economic Times, The Print, BBC UK, Parent Circle, eShe, to name a few. She is also a speaker and panelist at various parenting events.
Vaishali is a respected voice in the Indian parenting community, and she is known for her honest and relatable approach to parenting.
Here are some of the accomplishments:
- Awarded as the winner of Digital Women Creator’2022 by SheThePeople
- Featured amongst 15 “Businesswomen in Gurugram are Exploring Innovation” in Women’sWeb
- Featured amongst the top parenting websites by EdArabia, Soul ‘n’ Spirit blog, EarnKaro, WhizCo, ZigZacMania, Feedpsot, InfluGlu, DigitalScholar, The Women Achiever, Chimes Radio
- The Champa Tree was featured under #NICEShareAndCare initiative by Network of Indian Cultural Enterprises
- Contributor to various reputed online platforms, such as The Quint, FirstCry, Women’s Web, Arre, Women’s Web
- Featured in several media outlets, including India Today, The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, and BBC UK. Also featured on several podcasts, such as Meet the Mom by Rabitat
- Expert, speaker, and panelist at various parenting, as well as corporate events, ventures, and platforms, such as Motherina platform, EXL – corporate workshop for parents.
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