Chennai came to a standstill and the Cyclone Vardah caused havoc in Tamil Nadu. More than 300 trees were uprooted, large amount of plantain farms, paddy fields and other agriculture crops have been destroyed.


There was no power in the entire state, even a number of electricity poles have been damaged, inconveniencing people after the cyclone had passed.


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There was no connectivity as public transport system including buses and trains were not functioning. This caused a heavy damage to the economy.


It was reported that 18 people from six districts of Tamil Nadu has lost their lives in the Cyclone.


Photos: Cyclone Vardah rips apart Chennai