Shri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy

The Mysterious Chamber of Secrets of an Indian Temple, Shri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy temple – where the temple management officials were already aware of the existence of the six vaults. The mysterious chambers of Shri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy temple are located very close to its western part in the center of the temple, where the deity is kept. For documentation purposes, these vaults are designated as A, B, C, D, E, and F. Subsequently, two more vaults have been identified and named as vaults G and H. The four vaults C, D, E, and F, are in the custody of the temple priests and are opened at least eight times each year and the material stored in them is regularly extracted for use on the occasion of a special ceremony.

As per the orders of the Supreme Court of India –

As per the orders of the Supreme Court of India, a court-appointed committee opened the vault on 30 June 2011 and entered the vault. He opened an iron grille and a heavy wooden door then removed a granite slab from the floor. Below, five or six steps led to a small, dark room that had stored the treasure. Where various objects were found to be scattered everywhere, they were not systematically arranged. It had baskets, pottery, copper utensils, all valuable items. It took about 12 days to take the treasure out and take an inventory of it.

Vault B has not been opened for centuries. Members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee opened the metal-grille door to Vault B and discovered a strong wooden door behind it. He also opened this door and faced a third door made of iron, which was closed. Observers considered coercion in their way, but considered it unfair; He decided to make a lock. Then, in mid-July, before the locksmith arrived, the royal family received an injunction from the Supreme Court against the opening of Vault B.

The Vaults G and H are also closed for centuries as of May 2016, but opened in the late 1800s and also contained valuables that were documented at the time. The main vault or seventh vault is Vault B.

What is behind that door of the mysterious chamber?

The whole world is now desperate to know what is behind that door of the mysterious chamber of Shri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple. According to experts, the door opens automatically when the secret mantra is chanted, as it is believed that the door is locked on the way. This chamber is believed to be highly mysterious, sacred, and risky by the trust members and other learned astrologers. There are two large Cobra ports on Chamber B’s steel door, and this door has no nuts, bolts, or latches. It’s just a plain piece of steel.

It was fixed in the chamber by the then “Siddha Purush” who “lived during the reign of King Martandavarma,” using the “Nagda Dam”. The door of such a vault in the 16th century can be opened only by a highly erudite ‘SADHUS’ who is well acquainted with the knowledge of extracting “NAGA BANDHNAM” by chanting the very sacred and difficult “GARA MANTRA”.

According to the legends, if someone tries to forcefully open this door, which has “Naga Bandhan” on it, there is a possibility of worldwide devastation. The Vedic astrologers of India tried to open the door, but they could not open the door by chanting the secret “GARUDA MANTA”. If this mantra is chanted by a sadhu in the right way, it opens automatically without any human effort required to open it. With the belief that Garuda drives out mighty serpents from our path.

The sound of water or the sound made by a snake

Until now, people on the other side could predictably hear the sound of water or the sound made by a snake. To this day no one knows what is behind the vault. On the orders of the Supreme Court of India, a seven-member committee in the presence of the principal trustee of the Travancore Trust of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala has opened six secret urns.

He discovered gold worth about $22 billion (6000CrX22 = Rs 1,32,000 crore), highly valuable in the form of diamond jewelry, gold utensils, weapons, golden statues, golden elephant statues, and diamond necklaces, under 20 feet of the ground. Weighing 500 kilograms and 18 feet in length and bags filled with gold coins from various countries, including Napoleonic and Italian coins in the past week. With this Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy of Thiruvananthapuram has emerged as the richest god on earth.

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