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all politicians and crooked people have their eyes on this particular temple.

1 trillion dollars (maybe more) priceless jewels, gold and diamonds have been found deep underground in its vaults.

hindu temples and their donations need to be returned to the Hindus it should not be taxed just like the Christians, muslims and Sikhs. We want to expand, renovate and create new temples. 
 

a major mass movement is about to begin soon within hindu society to get these temples back. 

 

 

 

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People from the government who were down in the deep caverns describe tons of gold rice, tons of gold rope several meters long, nepoloeonic coins, Venetian jewelry, emeralds the size of ostrich eggs, diamond belts, rare gold statues. Most bizarre were mummies probably of priests that died. 

Scientists suspect there may more vaults going down even further. 

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Hindu temples were the target of invaders from time immemorial because some held massive amounts of wealth as proven.

the internal debate of what to do with this wealth is ongoing in Hindu society. 

There are people who want to use this wealth to uplift all indians regardless of caste or religion. The other side says hindu donations for Hindu causes only that is what the other religions would do.

the third side says leave it as it is.

the priests of these temples want to leave it alone and are adamant citing these are sangats donations trusted to us over 500 years. 
 

They refuse to open the last door.

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On 2/6/2021 at 5:16 PM, Veer said:

Hindu temples were the target of invaders from time immemorial because some held massive amounts of wealth as proven.

the internal debate of what to do with this wealth is ongoing in Hindu society. 

There are people who want to use this wealth to uplift all indians regardless of caste or religion. The other side says hindu donations for Hindu causes only that is what the other religions would do.

the third side says leave it as it is.

the priests of these temples want to leave it alone and are adamant citing these are sangats donations trusted to us over 500 years. 
 

They refuse to open the last door.

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Where is this temple? What is it called?

Great sharing interesting architecture btw!  

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On 4/3/2022 at 7:12 PM, dalsingh101 said:

Where is this temple? What is it called?

Great sharing interesting architecture btw!  

Thank you Sir. I'm surprised by the sheer diversity, intricacy and imagination used to build some of these temples. I believe the temple with all the loot is the one below. Its unique for various reasons but one reason is the sun shining through the (holes) or whatever it would be called. I suppose the ancients would be able to tell the time based on the sun rising and setting. 

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https://www.forbes.com/sites/jimdobson/2015/11/13/a-one-trillion-dollar-hidden-treasure-chamber-is-discovered-at-indias-sree-padmanabhaswam-temple/?sh=35981bb41ba6

was recently traveling extensively throughout India and was excited to visit Thiruvananthapuram on the southwest coast, filled with British colonial architecture and lined by popular beaches. What intrigued me about the area was the excitement in the Indian press and throughout the region of the mass treasures that were unearthed at the famed Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple. Visiting the temple, I was awestruck at its decadence and gold-plated glory. This was after all the richest temple in the world. After my visit, it was announced that a hidden treasure vault had been discovered beyond the already well-documented Vault B inside. Adding to recent treasure findings in several other vaults, the researchers are estimating could total over $1 trillion. But that is where the problem starts, nobody wants to dare open the hidden inner sanctum.

 

Like all hidden treasure stories, Kerala’s Shree Padmanabhaswamy Temple has been a fascination in India for many years, and one shrouded in mystery and fear. Two enormous Cobras are rumored to be protecting the innermost hidden chamber. To make matters worse, legend has it that anyone who opens the vault will be met with disastrous results.

The mysterious Vault B has kept everyone at bay for many years, although five other vaults were opened in 2011 by a team approved by the Supreme Court. The inventory unveiled a major priceless treasure. Massive piles of jewels, idols, and coins were uncovered.  The myth of Vault B and its dangers were recently discounted when the Auditor General Vinod Rai informed the Supreme Court that Vault B  had been opened at least seven times to his knowledge since 1990 and nothing horrific happened.

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(UPDATED 8/22/16) According to the India Times, an audit conducted into the assets of the famed Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram has shown that a massive amount of gold from its repositories has mysteriously disappeared. Up to 769 Gold Pots and Silver bars have been reported missing. Some skeptics are also suggesting that there is a hidden tunnel beneath the chamber that allowed the architects to lock the chamber doors from within, making it impossible to breach. This secret tunnel could invariably have led to many years of plundering the treasure trove without anyone noticing.

An expert panel inventorying assets at the Temple has approached the apex court for permission to open the vault, as per a report in Hindustan Times. The report also added that the Travancore royal family along with a section of devotees and the shrine’s administration opposed the opening of the B-vault but may lose their fight to an expected Supreme Court ruling.

Vault B door with Cobra guardians

Vault B door with Cobra guardians

What has not been acknowledged by the Indian Court is the existence of a hidden inner chamber beyond Vault B. This chamber is historical told to have thick walls made of solid gold and it is where the mystery really exists and could contain the largest undiscovered treasure find in the history of the world.

Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The shrine is currently run by a trust headed by the royal family of Travancore. The temple and its assets belong to Lord Padmanabhaswamy and were for a long time controlled by a trust headed by the Travancore Royal family. However, now the Supreme Court of India has removed the Travancore Royal Family from leading the management of the temple.

The temple is one of 108 centers of worship in Vaishnavism. The temple is renown from the early medieval Tamil literature (6th–9th centuries), with structural additions to it made throughout the 16th century, when its ornate Gopuram was constructed

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My three personal favourites are:

 

Shiva Statue

Both Garuda Statues

Kailasa Temple (carved straight out of rock with hammer and chisel honestly some of the areas looks like its machined - nobody seems to have a clue) 

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