Among the six kallaras or chambers in the Temple, Bharatakkon Kallara (Chamber B) is nearly connected with Sri Padmanabhaswamy. It is not a piece of the Temple Treasury. The blessed Chamber houses a Srichakram, a symbol of Sri Padmanabha and numerous assets intended to improve the strength of the Principal Deity.
The tale of the Padmanabhaswamy sanctuary and it mystery old fortunes, helps us to remember Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves or an Indiana Jones motion picture. This antiquated secretive sanctuary containing six vaults has for some time been covered in riddle. As indicated by an old legend, there is an old revile on the individuals who contaminate the sacrosanct site. In the 1930s, treasure seekers attempted to open the sanctuary, and when they did, lethal serpents risen up out of one of the vaults. Was the place truly reviled?
It was said that any endeavors best open the puzzling vault B with man-made innovation will bring about fiascoes that will happen in and around the sanctuary. Vault B must not be open other than by droning. The inception of the Padmanabhaswamy sanctuary situated in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India is lost in days of yore. It is difficult to decide precisely, from any solid authentic records or different sources with respect to when and by whom the first icon of Sree Padmanabhaswamy was. Some notable researchers, scholars and students of history, similar to the Late Dr. L.A.Ravi Varma of Travancore, have expressed that this mysterious sanctuary was set up on the primary day of Kali Yuga, which is more than 5000 years back.
The whole world stands now to know whats behind that entryway. As indicated by specialists, the entryway should open without anyone else when a mystery serenade is spelled, as it is trusted that the entryway is secured that way
It is trusted that this chamber is being consider as exceptionally mysterious,sacred and unsafe by Trust individuals and other scholarly soothsayers. The steel entryway of Chamber B is having two major COBRA PORTRAITS on it and this entryway has no nuts, screws or even hooks. It is only a plain lump of steel