Padmanabhaswamy Vault B

Padmanabhaswamy Vault B

Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerela, India has 6 underground vaults labeled A to F of which 5 have been opened. These vaults had about a ton of gold jewelry, diamond and other precious stones necklaces stretching 9 feet long, coins and utensils. The real mystery lies in the vault B, which is yet to be opened. There's a warning on the door written in Sanskrit that curse and calamity will befall on anyone who tries to open the door. The door is said to have been sealed with Naga Bandham or the snake seal and anyone who tries to open the vault will face the 7 headed serpent that guards the vault. Therefore the final vault remains closed with no plans to open it in the near future.

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