Mysterious Padmanabhaswamy Temple

Mysterious Padmanabhaswamy Temple

The Padmanabhaswamy temple is one of the most popular and sacred temples in India. Located in Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, India, it is one of the most visited temples in the country. However, within its heavily guarded doors, there is a closed room with supposedly hidden treasures and, of course, a mortal legend.

The Padmanabhaswamy temple is one of the 108 temples of Vaishnavism or the worship of Vishnu. The Temple has already been mentioned in the 6th century in ancient Tamil literature, with renovations occurring in the 16th century.

Sri Padmanabha, the central icon of Vishnu, reclines on the serpent Anantha or Adi Sesha. This position is very different from the portraits of Vishnu in other temples, where the deity is represented standing. The Adi Sesha in the Padmanabhaswamy temple has five bells inward, which symbolizes contemplation.

The name of the Temple is taken from the word "Padmanabha", which means, "One who comes out of the lotus." This is well illustrated in the icon of Sri Padmanabha, which has the deity Brahma emerging from the navel of Vishnu on a lotus.

Hidden treasure:

In 2011, the Supreme Court appointed a seven-member committee to explore the Temple and document its many belongings.

What they discovered were six huge secret vaults that seem to harbor many of the Temple's treasures. The doors were made of iron, and they lack locks, hatches, or any form of openings. This is what made the cameras very mysterious, even in the eyes of the public.

When opened, the Temple seems to have at least 22 billion dollars in gold idols, elephants, necklaces, and coins. They also discovered an assortment of jewelry, ceremonial customs, and solid gold coconut shells studded with jewelry.

The most impressive of the gems were large diamonds, some of which were even one hundred and ten carats. Some archaeologists and gemologists estimated that a small golden idol of Vishnu from the Temple could easily cost 30 million dollars.

Visitors will now see metal detectors, security cameras and more than 200 guards protecting the Temple and its treasures. However, it seems that they are in charge of saving something else - something that even the government cannot reveal.

Chamber B: The sixth door:

The Padmanabhaswamy temple has six huge secret vaults containing its many treasures. These were appointed from Chambers A to F. The committee of seven members was able to open five of these vaults, with exceptional difficulty.

They have been able to open and reopen the Chamber from C to F over the years. It was said that the committee was able to visit these cameras at least eight times. Chamber A took a while to open. The impressive architecture of the Temple was evident in the construction of the door. It took more than a day to open Chamber A with existing human technology.

Regardless of these efforts, all but one of the six vaults were accessed: the mysterious Chamber B.

In fact, Chamber B is not part of the Temple's documented treasure. No one knows what is beyond their doors. It is said that the Chamber is holy in nature since it houses an idol of Sri Padmanabha and many valuable objects of mystical origins. It is said that the Chamber may very well have walls of solid gold. It may even contain the greatest undiscovered treasure in the history of the world.

Unfortunately, the only thing that people have seen is their doors, they are the two huge embossed cobras that take care of the Chamber.

Chamber B has, in fact, three doors. The first has metal grills in it. It is visible to the naked eye and is accessible like the other Chambers. However, they discovered a second wooden door behind her. Unlocking this door came another door, a threatening door made of iron that slammed shut. It seems that there is no way to overcome it.

It is said that any human attempt that is made with technology to open the door can trigger an indescribable calamity in the city. Some even say that opening the door against their will can release indescribable horrors throughout India, and perhaps the rest of the world.
Urban legends:

The urban legend surrounding the Padmanabhaswamy Temple begins with the seven-member committee. It is said that some of the members have fallen ill while trying to open Chamber B. Another member has apparently lost his mother while investigating the hidden treasure of the Temple.

Sunder Rajan, who filed the case to re-evaluate the Temple treasures, also died a few years later.

There is very little evidence to suggest a relationship between these events to Chamber B. However, this is strangely similar to other events concerning ancient artifacts. The infamous diamond of hope is said to cause great calamity to the person who currently owns the impressive piece of jewelry. Unfortunately, it seems an even greater mystery surrounding Chamber B.

The legends say that Marthanda Varma of the royal family of Travancore arranged the creation of the six chambers. Of the six vaults, Chamber B was fixed with a special spell by hundreds of Sidda Purushas and tantriks, or religious officials, from various regions.

The legends add that only a high-level Sadhus or priest familiar with singing what is known as the Garuda Mantra can open the Chamber.

Some say that Chamber B is directly related to the ocean floor. Anyone who tries to open the door by force will be crushed by a torrent of ocean water. It is said that its force is capable of flooding the entire city of Kerala.

Others also say that Chamber B may have some hidden trick. It is very possible that there is a hidden tunnel under the Chamber. This will allow your architects to block the Chamber from the inside. At the same time, this method will not allow anyone to access the Chamber from the outside. If this is true, then people who knew the secret tunnel could have been looting the Chamber without anyone noticing.

However, the High Court of India has issued a warning against opening the doors of the chamber. This is possibly due to the repercussions of trying to go against the will of Naga Bandham who keeps Chamber B.

No one knows what is inside the Padmanabhaswamy Temple and its secret Chamber B. No one has sung the Garuda Mantra correctly to this day, and the Supreme Court order against the opening of Chamber B is still in place.

Are the legends that surround Chamber B is true?

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