Revealed: The Real Mystery Behind Padmanabhaswamy Temple’s Unopened Sixth Vault
The SC still hasn’t mentioned anything about the sixth vault, also called Vault B.
With the verdict of the Supreme Court yesterday to give the managerial rights of the Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Kerala to the erstwhile royal family of Travancore, all kinds of reactions were seen in the public. But there was also plenty of anticipation about whether or not the apex court will allow the opening up of the sixth vault, also called Vault B. However, nothing on that matter was said, and it seems the vault will stay closed for the time being.
The Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Kerala was known to be housing large treasure troves, and in 2011, the Supreme Court finally ordered the opening of its vaults by archaeologists. Gold and other priceless objects worth around Rs 1 lakh crore were discovered in them. Despite this, the sixth vault remained untouched. There’s a popular belief that opening it will result in bad luck since the door of this vault has carvings of a cobra snake on it.
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