Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is a Hindu temple that is devoted to Lord Vishnu situated in Thiruvananthapuram, India. The holy place is right now kept running by a trust headed by the illustrious group of Travancore. The Maharajahs of Travancore is Cheras and relatives of the incredible holy person Kulashekhara Alwar.

The Temple is a reproduction of the acclaimed Sri Adikesavaperumal Temple at Thiruvattar. Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple gave its name to Kerala's state capital - Thiruvananthapuram. In addition to other things, the temple is popular for having a mysterious vault that no human can ever open effectively. Now we will return to the historical backdrop of the temple and get familiar with the secret entryway.

The important divinity, Padmanabhaswamy Temple, is revered in the "Anantha-Sayanam" pose (in the interminable rest of Yoga-Nidra on the snake Anantha). The Maharajah of Travancore bears the title, "Sree Padmanabhadasa' (Servant of Lord Padmanabha). It is said that solitary the individuals who declare the Hindu confidence are allowed passage to the temple.

In the sanctum sanctorum, Sri Padmanabha leans back on the snake Anantha or Adi Sesha. The snake has five hoods confronting inwards, connoting examination. The Lord's correct hand is put over a Shiva lingam.

Sridevi, the Goddess of Prosperity and Bhudevi the Goddess of Earth, two consorts of Vishnu are by his side. Brahma emerges on a lotus, which emanates from the navel of the Lord. The deity is made from 12,000 Saligramams.

These Sare from the banks of the Gandaki River in Nepal, and to commemorate this certain ritual used to be performed at the Pashupatinath Temple. The deity of Sri Padmanabha is covered with, "Katusarkara Yogam", a special ayurvedic mix, which forms a plaster that keeps the deity clean. The daily worship is with flowers and for the Abhishekam, special deities are used.

The stages before the Vimanam and where the god rests, are both cut out of a solitary enormous stone. The Deity is noticeable through three entryways – the look of the leaning back Lord and Siva Linga underneath the hand is seen through the principal entryway; Sridevi and Divakara Muni in Katusarkara.

Among the six Kallaras or chambers in the Temple, Bharatakkon Kallara (Chamber B) is all around intently connected with Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple. It's anything but a piece of the Temple Treasury. The sacred Chamber houses a Srichakram, an icon of Sri Padmanabha and numerous resources intended to upgrade the intensity of the Principal Deity.

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