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Why is Padmanabhaswamy Temple famous?
Padmanabha Swamy Temple has been given many donations over the centuries, due to which it is also counted among the richest temples in the world. Although not only the wealth, but this temple is also very special because of its architecture. When you visit the temple, you will find a unique blend of Kerala and Dravidian styles. The temple also gave the name to Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, ‘Thiru’ ‘Ananta’ ‘Puram’ means ‘the holy abode of Lord Anantha Padmanabha.
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History of Padmanabha Swamy Temple
Historians differ regarding the origin of the temple. Some say that the Padmanabhaswamy temple dates back to the eighth century. The structure that remains is said to have been built in the 18th century by the Travancore Maharaja Marthanda Varma. Since then, the temple is managed by a trust run by the descendants of the Travancore royal family.
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Padmanabha Swamy Temple has 6 vaults –
Below the sanctum sanctorum of the Padmanabha Swamy temple, there are six large secret vaults or cellars. In 2011, Sundararajan, a retired IPS officer, filed a petition in the Supreme Court for a probe into the temple treasury. For this, the Supreme Court constituted a seven-member committee to find out about the treasure. On search, they searched six cellars whose doors were made of iron and were limited to open. They were named A, B, C, D, E, and F by the committee. Entering these rooms proved to be a daunting process. But when he searched for the treasure in the vault after a lot of hard work, he found there idols and thrones made of precious metals worth Rs 1 lakh crore along with diamonds and other precious gems and stones.
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Vault B remains closed –
The door of Vault B was not opened, it is believed that whoever tries to open it will face many problems. Of all the six vaults, Chamber B is believed to be the most associated with Lord Padmanabhaswamy. This notion of misfortune was further strengthened after the sudden death of the petitioner a few weeks after the vault was opened.
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Vault B is believed to be guarded by supernatural deities –
Vault B is believed to be guarded by serpents, a mythical vampire, and other supernatural gods. He is considered the custodian of the vault, and it is said that anyone who tries to open the door will invite many problems for himself. Centuries ago when the temple management tried to open the Kallara Bee, they heard the sound of the waves, when the crypt began to look mysterious and scary, then they changed their decision and decided to close it back. When a gang of robbers went to loot the temple in the 1930s, they saw snakes coming towards them. It is believed that the sages of ancient times sealed the entrance of the chamber by chanting the powerful Naga Pasam Mantra. Only the priest with the most accurate understanding can open it by chanting the Garuda Mantra. Now we can only imagine what can happen inside the temple.
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