The Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, India, includes eight hidden rooms that hide secrets and valuables. Seven of the eight have been opened earlier, but one has been difficult to open owing to physical and unexplained barriers to admission. Let us investigate the mystery of the last door, which is kept concealed from Padmanabhaswamy temple visitors.
The Secret Vault of Padmanabhaswamy Temple.
The last hidden room revealed inside the Padmanabhaswamy temple is accessible via this gate. It is guarded by two saints, and it is said that within lies a large room filled with priceless artifacts, unfathomable secrets, and superior knowledge of ancient times. The door is said to be locked by sound waves originating from a hidden place that can’t be identified since the coordinates have been lost in time, according to the saints.
The Supreme Court of India has given those who have opened the remaining five chambers permission to do so. A seven-member commission was charged by the Supreme Court with recording the claimed hidden or unknown assets. Following the group’s and the temple administrator’s quest for the treasure, six rooms were located. The letters A, B, C, D, E, and F were assigned to them. Since then, two further underground vaults have been discovered, called Vault G and Vault H, respectively.
Opening the doors to these compartments, on the other hand, proved to be a challenging task. They uncovered gold, diamonds, and other valuable gems and stones sculptures, golden crowns worn by Ancient monarchs, and thrones made of precious metals worth at more than 20 billion dollars as they continued their inquiry into what these vaults housed. However, since they were unable to open the final hidden door of Vault B, the true worth of the Padmanabhaswamy temple’s treasures remains unknown.
Unlocking the Padmanabhaswamy temple’s last door, according to esoteric academics, might be highly harmful. There is no mechanism, crank, nut, or button on this door that indicates it may be stretched. Additionally, two snake images are carved on either side, portending a horrible destiny for anyone who attempts to breach it.
The gate is supposed to have been sealed by a Naga Bandhana.
A Naga Bandhana or Naga Paasam, which is the process of tying up anything important with a frieze of nagas, cobra-like serpents, is supposed to have been used to shut this entrance. It is a tantrika (occult) type of worship or tantrika ritual, which is said to have originated in the Atharva Veda. The method hasn’t been documented in any manner. Only a few Siddha Yogis (great saints) who lived or have lived at Siddhashram, a mysterious and magical region deep in the Himalayas, know about it.
Naga Bandhana, according to many, are lock mechanisms that work with a certain person’s voice waves when they chant a specific spell, causing small vibrations that activate these mechanisms, causing the door to open. If another person attempts to open the door with a different spell or voice, the sound waves will change, reawakening the evil and prompting snakes in the area to attack, or it may result in cataclysmic tragedy.
There’s a Divine Child on the Way.
This gate can only be opened by a wise scholar repeating the Garuda mantra, which will deactivate the Naga Bandhana, according to Indian elders. According to the saints of the temple, no one can now unlock this door by saying these mantras.
According to this theory, a kid would be born in India with such celestial awareness that he or she will carry out these holy Mantra chants. As a consequence, the secret vault will be revealed without the need for human interaction, exposing all of the secrets and fascinating riches it has been hiding for generations.
Is it feasible to use present technology to open the door?
The last door is expected to be unlocked today, thanks to contemporary technology. Nonetheless, the saints warn that if it is done this way, the Indian people, as well as the whole world’s population, would face terrible catastrophes. As a consequence, no one has tried to open the sealed door with existing mechanical technology, and it has been seen as a severe warning.
However, in May 2016, a Temple Inventory Expert Group petitioned the Supreme Court to have this odd and last tomb opened. Nonetheless, it has been condemned by the Travancore royal family, as well as certain worshippers and temple administration. A court of law will now rule on this. According to unconfirmed sources, the verdict may favor specialists who will use complex tactics to unlock the door.