Avadi is a residential city near Chennai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is considered to be a Special Grade Municipality of the Chennai Metropolitan Area which is soon to receive an upgrade to a Corporation. It is a developed area with around 3.5 lakh population. It is believed that the citys name is an acronym for Armoured Vehicles and Ammunition Depot of India. The lies on the banks of the huge and thriving Avadi Lake. The water from the lake is often utilized for the cultivation of farmlands and it also attracts several birds during various seasons. This advanced city has a renowned waste management system which converts solid household wastes into compost and manure. Avadis government establishment mainly drives its economy. The major military divisions in the vicinity of Avadi are the Indian Army, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, Heavy Vehicles Factory, Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment, CRPF, The Ordnance Depot, Central Vehicle Depot, etc. The city is known for its plenty of Hindu temples.
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