There is a mysterious vault in the ancient Padmanabhaswamy shrine, it’s protected by two massive cobras painted on it and has no bolts, or any other means of entry.

It is said to house unimaginable wealth, and can only be entered by a high level king and familiar with the knowledge of chanting GARUDA MANTRA.
It is believed that the door was sealed shut by sound waves from inside.

In 2011 Observers could not open Vault B.
In 1908 government people attempted to enter the vault with torches but they found it “infested with cobras” thus they fled for their lives.

The ancient temple , located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India,, holds title as the wealthiest place of worship of any kind recorded in history of the world: $22 billion worth of gold, diamond and other jewels stored in 7 underground vaults left, but only 5 are successfully opened until nowadays.

It’s believed that the temple was built or used in the Sangam Period, between 500 B.C and 300 A.D., there isn’t a real historic record that mentions when the temple was founded.

An omen addresses who dares to open the Vault B door to meet a huge terror and disaster for his people, apocalyptic scenarios for the entire world according to VEDIC knowledge.

Lord Ugra Narasimha of Thekkedom is believed to be the Protector of Vault B. There is a serpent’s image on Kallara B indicating danger to anyone who opens it.

Enough weird the fleur de lis twin paintings over the mysterious Vault 7 Door.

Today the Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple is one of the most protected places on the planet, guarded by metal detectors, security cameras, and more than two hundred guards, some of whom are equipped with heavy weapons.
Even using Google Earth you can not see details, photo, road view, etc.

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