Padhmanabha Swami Kshethram B Nilavara

Vault B has not been opened presumably for centuries. The Supreme Court appointed committee members opened the metal-grille door to Vault B and discovered a sturdy wooden door just behind it. … Vaults G and H also remain closed for centuries believably as of May 2016. The mysterious door of the ancient Padmanabhaswamy temple is protected by two massive cobras painted on it and has no bolts, latches or any other means of entry. It is said to house unimaginable wealth, and can only be entered by a high level ‘SADHUS’ familiar with the knowledge of chanting a ‘GARUDA MANTRA’. 14. One of the persons who knew exactly what lies behind that secret door is the devout Uthradom Thirunal Marthanda Varma, the head of the erstwhile royal family of Travancore

90,000 crore) worth of gold, jewels and statues have been unearthed from the 16th century Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala, so far. The treasure trove is believed to be the largest find of its kind in India. Sundararajan, 70, a frail former IPS officer living in a spartan Brahmin settlement barely 100 feet away from the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple, did the unthinkable. He filed a petition that culminated in the dramatic opening of the temple’s vaults, uncovering a treasure that some estimate is worth over Rs 1 lakh crore. This revelation has solidified the status of the Padmanabhaswamy Temple as the wealthiest place of worship in the world. It is conservatively estimated that the value of the monumental items is close to ₹1.2 lakh crore or ₹1.2 trillion

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