The Padmanabhaswamy temple is a Hindu temple located in Thiruvananthapuram, state capital of Kerala, India.
The principal deity Padmanabhaswamy (Vishnu) is enshrined in the “Anantha Shayana” posture, the eternal yogic sleep on the serpent Adi Shesha
According to an ancient legend, there is an ancient curse on those who defile the sacred site. In the 1930s, treasure hunters tried to open the temple, and as soon as they did, deadly serpents emerged from one of the vaults.
According to some sources, the Padmanabhaswamy temple was built in the 16th Century by the kings of Travancore who stored immense amounts of treasures within the thick stone walls and vaults of the temple. For a very long time no-one dared to open the temple. Many were afraid of the ancient curse.
In 2001, archaeologists opened the underground chambers and discovered six chambers, labeling the vaults A through F, with the help of temple priests. What they found inside was startling. Among the treasures were gold coins dating back thousands of years.
The Seventh Door
What’s behind the Mysterious Last door of Padmanabha Swamy temple. According to the experts it was expected to Unlock by itself when a Secret Chant is spelled as it is locked in that way.
It is believed that this chamber is being considered by the Trust members and other learned Astrologers of India, as highly mysterious, sacred and risky and dangerous to unveil it. Because the steel door of the Chamber-B is having two big COBRA PORTRAITS on it and this door as no nuts, bolts or other latches.
As of now, the people on the other side of the door are able to listen the sounds of water or Sounds made by snakes as guessed. Believers say that the seventh door is an opening where the entire temple and areas may be flooded with waters and some others say, that there are large serpents guarding the area inside which doesn’t allow any one. The day to know what’s really behind is still awaited.