The mysterious door of the ancient Padmanabhaswamy temple is by far one of the most interesting archeological findings of all time. It is a door that has two huge cobras painted on it. It cannot be opened by any means except by a high level “SADHUS” familiar that is knowledgeable enough to chant a “GARUDA MANTRA”.
Despite the fact that it has no bolts, latches, or anything of this sort, this door cannot be opened by any means out there.
This ancient temple is known as one of the wealthiest institutions of all time, is worth well over $22 billion thanks to the mountains of gold and jewels that are stored to this day in the underground vaults. The amazing thing is that despite the fact that it was studied thoroughly by the world’s greatest minds, the place’s treasures are still held mostly hidden to the inexperienced eye.
There are supposedly 8 underground vaults that can be found in the temple, but despite this only 5 have actually been discovered and explored. The riches inside were enough to challenge Bill Gates’ own pocket change.
Dating back around 500 B.C and 300 A.D by archeologists, the temple is one of the 108 principal Divya Desams (“Holy Abodes”) from Vaishnavism and it is commonly known as one of the most intune places of religion in the world. What mysteries lie within the final 3 vaults and who will be worthy enough to find them? Stay tuned for the answers will come sooner or later.