For any non-trivial abelian group A under addition a graph $G$ is said to be $A$-textit{magic} if there exists a labeling $f:E(G) rightarrow A-{0}$ such that, the vertex labeling $f^+$ defined as $f^+(v) = sum f(uv)$ taken over all edges $uv$ incident at $v$ is a constant. An $A$-textit{magic} graph $G$ is said to be $Z_k$-magic graph if the group $A$ is $Z_k$ the group of integers modulo $k$. These $Z_k$-magic graphs are referred to as $k$-textit{magic} graphs. In this paper we prove that the total graph, flower graph, generalized prism graph, closed helm graph, lotus inside a circle graph, $Godotoverline{K_m}$, $m$-splitting graph of a path and $m$-shadow graph of a path are $Z_k$-magic graphs.