Kalpakkam is a small town in Tamil Nadu, India, arranged on the Coromandel Coast 70 kilometers south of Chennai. A combination of two towns and a DAE township, it is around 55 kilometers 34 mi from Thiruvanmiyur and 85 kilometers from Pondicherry. Kalpakkam is for the most part celebrated for its atomic plants and partnered investigate establishments. These incorporate the Madras Atomic Power Station MAPS, one of India's atomic power plants, Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research, and Bhabha Atomic Research Center, an associate of the Department of Atomic Energy. Kalpakkam is also very close to Mamallapuram – one of the celebrated visitor goals close Chennai.
The earth inside the township has been kept up for more than 30 years. The township contains ious trees and different parks, and different outlets for amusement, including tennis courts, music, move, swimming foundations and other game exercises. Until a couple of years back, the shoreline at Kalpakkam used to be fixed with casuarina trees and just a couple of weeds. These days, to maintain a strategic distance from the far reaching harm in the event of a torrent once more, weed development is beginning to command, which local people are battling to hold in line. Additionally, a tidal wave divider has been worked over the seashore if there should arise an occurrence of another tidal wave. The generally quiet waters are free of sharks.