Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, India, contains eight secret chambers that conceal mysteries and extraordinary treasures. Authorities have previously opened seven of the eight, but one has proven hard to open due to physical and inexplicable reasons that impede them entry. Let us delve into the enigma surrounding the final door, which is kept hidden from Padmanabhaswamy temple devotees.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple’s Secret Vault
This gate leads to the final secret chamber discovered within the Padmanabhaswamy temple. It is guarded by two saints, and it is stated that inside this chamber is a big room containing invaluable treasures, unfathomable mysteries, and excellent knowledge of ancient times. According to the saints, the door is locked by sound waves emanating from a secret location that cannot be found because the coordinates have been lost in time.
The Supreme Court of India has granted permission to those who have opened the remaining five chambers. The Apex Court tasked a seven-member committee with documenting the alleged hidden or undiscovered riches. Six chambers were discovered after the group and the temple administrator began searching for the riches. They were given the initials A, B, C, D, E, and F. Since then, two further subterranean vaults have been uncovered, which have been dubbed as Vault G and Vault H.
However, opening the doors to these chambers proved to be a difficult feat. However, as they continued their investigation into what these vaults held, they discovered gold, diamonds, and other rare gems and stones sculptures, golden crowns worn by Ancient kings, and thrones constructed of precious metals valued at more than 20 billion US dollars. The actual value of the riches of Padmanabhaswamy temple, however, remains unclear because they were unable to access the last secret door of Vault B.
According to esoteric scholars, unlocking the last door of the Padmanabhaswamy temple could be extremely dangerous. This door has no mechanism, crank, nut, or button that suggests it can be extended. Furthermore, there are two serpent figures carved on each side, which portends a terrible fate for those who dare to breach it.
A Naga Bandhana is thought to have sealed the gate.
This gate is thought to be sealed with a Naga Bandhana or Naga Paasam, which is the act of tying up something valuable with a frieze of nagas, cobra-like serpents. It is essentially a tantrika (occult) form of worship or tantrika ritual, allegedly originating in the Atharva Veda. The technique is not documented in any way. It is well guarded and only a few Siddha Yogis (great saints) who lived or have lived in Siddhashram, a mysterious and mystical location deep in the Himalayas, are aware of it.
According to many, Naga Bandhana are lock mechanisms that function with a specific person’s voice waves when they chant a specific spell, which causes minor vibrations that trigger these mechanisms, and the door opens. It is stated that if another person tries to open the door with a different spell or a different voice, the sound waves will shift direction, awakening up the evil and causing snakes in the area to strike, or it may end in catastrophic misfortune.
A Divine Child Is On the Way
According to Indian elders, this gate can only be opened by a knowledgeable scholar chanting the Garuda mantra, which will deactivate the Naga Bandhana. According to the temple’s saints, no person is now capable of opening this door by reciting these mantras.
According to this idea, a child with such heavenly understanding will be born in India who will carry out these sacred chants of the Mantra. As a result, the secret vault will be uncovered without human intervention, revealing all of the mysteries and intriguing treasures it has hidden for centuries.
Is it possible to open the door using current technology?
With modern technology, it is likely that the final door can be opened today. Nonetheless, the saints warn that if it is done in this manner, the Indian people, and even the entire world population, will experience dreadful cataclysms. As a result, no one has attempted to open the sealed door using current mechanical technology, taking it as a harsh warning.
However, a Temple Inventory Expert Group petitioned the Supreme Court in May 2016 to unlock this strange and final tomb. Nonetheless, the Travancore royal family, as well as certain devotees and temple management, have spoken out against it. This will now be decided by a court of law. According to certain unofficial reports, the decision may favor the professionals who will proceed to open the door with sophisticated techniques.