The mysterious door sealed of the ancient temple Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple
The mysterious door of Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is protected by two cobra huge paintings on it and has no bolts, locks or any other means of entry.
It is said that housing wealth unimaginable, and can only be opened by a high level of “sadhus” good man “who is familiar with the knowledge of singing a ‘ GARUDA ‘ MANTRA.
It is believed that the door that has no bolts, locks or any other means of entry, is closed from waves of a secret lost in time. Hindu priests say that currently a human cannot open this port by performing these songs. This is a glorious ancient temple holds legitimately its title as the richest institution and place of worship of any kind in the recorded history of the world, with an estimated $22 billion worth of gold and jewellery kept in underground storage.
His Golden exterior shows only a small portion of her true glory. Located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India, this ancient temple Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple contains 8 vaults of which only 5 were opened and explored. The temple is one of the 108 Divya Desams (“Sacred dwellings”) major in vaishnavism and is glorified in the Divya Prabandha. Curiously, there is only one brief history which mentions the exact date that the temple was founded.
Many existing pieces of literature Sangam tamil and poetry, and even the later works of the ninth century poet-Saints like Nammalvar, refer to the temple and also at cities that have walls of pure gold. But the most impressive and mysterious of the temple is a hidden room guarded by two massive cobra.
The legends say that anyone who dares to open the door will be subject to disastrous situations. This mysterious door is referred to as room b. Six of the rooms have already been opened, with a content of about $22 billion worth of gold in the form of diamonds, jewelry, gold utensils, weapons, Golden idols, elephants with gold and diamond necklaces with an approximate weight of about 500 kg, with a length of about 5 meters, plus countless bags filled with gold coins collected from different parts of the world.
Then again countless sacks of coins, special occasion dresses, included 30 pounds of solid gold coconut shells studded with rubies and emeralds. Many people speculate that content hidden inside the mysterious room, go far beyond the materialistic wealth, although gold, diamonds etc, they send to think anything.
It is believed that if a ‘ human ‘ attempt to open the mysterious Room B without using the only means of operation that would be highly sacred and powerful singing ‘ GARUDA MANTRAS ‘, possible disasters may occur around the local areas of the temple, with doomsday scenarios ranging across India or even in the world according to Vedic astrologers.
According to an estimate made in 2014, the vault in the temple contained 2,000 pounds of gold coins, dating back to around 200 BC.
it is said that Time B of the temple can only be opened by a high level of ‘ sadhu ‘ familiarity with the knowledge of the song of ‘ GARUDA ‘ MANTRA. The door cannot be opened by any means by anyone, and at the moment, there is no one in the world that owns the ‘ SIDDHA PURSHAS is highly sacred and powerful as the ‘ GARUDA ‘ MANTRA. It is believed that beyond the room B is another internal room hidden. Historical accounts suggest that there is another Hall, built with thick walls made of solid gold where the mystery really exists, and contains the largest undiscovered treasure in the history of the world.
Also, if we take a look at a book called Travancore; a visitor’s Guide (1933) by Emily Gilchriest Hatch, we find stories of people who tried to open the mysterious time with disastrous results.
A group of people tried to enter in 1931: the results? Have had to flee for their lives by discovering a place infested with cobra. Accounts from 1908 also cite similar stories. Today the temple Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is one of the most protected the planet, guarded by metal detectors, security cameras, and more than two hundred guards, some of whom are equipped with heavy weapons. Street: We’re Not Alone