Shree Vishnu’s associates of Vaikuntha took avatars in India during Dwapar Yug to involve in the (ദൈവം) Krishna leela to re-establish Dharma for the common people and to annihilate negative forces. Divine king of Snakes, Sheshnag’s avatar was Balram, brother of Shree Krishn. The followers of Balarama are protecting the doors of Padmanabhaswamy temple.
Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Bhagwan Vishnu located in Thiruvananthapuram, India. The shrine is currently run by a trust headed by the royal family of Travancore. The Maharajahs of Travancore are Cheras and descendants of the great saint Kulashekhara Alwar. The temple is one of 108 Divya Desams (pious abodes of Vishnu) – principal centres of worship of the deity in Vaishnavism. The temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil literature canon of the Tamil Alvar saints (6th–9th centuries CE), with structural additions to it made throughout the 16th century CE, when its ornate Gopuram was constructed. The temple has historical significance for Sanatan Dharmis.
There is mention of the Deity and the Padmanabhaswamy temple in hundreds of years old, several extant Hindu Texts, ancient scripts, recent Sangam Tamil literature (500 BC to 300 AD wherein it was referred to as the “Golden Temple” on account of its then unimaginable wealth), and the treasures consist of countless artifacts dating back to the Chera, Pandya, Mesopotamian, Greek and Roman epochs.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secrets
- 1 Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secrets
- 1.1 Padmanabhaswamy Temple History and the Mysterious Protection of Its Treasure
- 1.2 Padmanabhaswamy Temple Idols
- 1.3 Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secret Doors
- 1.4 World’s Richest Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secrets
- 1.5 How Hindus Always Hide Their Wealth
- 1.6 Followers of Krishna’s Brother Balarama Protect the Last Doors of the Treasures
- 1.7 Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple Construction
- 1.8 What Happened to Padmanabhaswamy Temple Treasure?
Padmanabhaswamy Temple History and the Mysterious Protection of Its Treasure
Deities of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
The Temple is a replica of the famous Sri Adikesavaperumal Temple at Thiruvattar. Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple gave its name to Kerala’s state capital Thiruvananthapuram. ‘Thiru’ ‘Anantha’ ‘Puram’ means Sacred Abode of Bhagwan Anantha Padmanabha. The city is also known as Anandapuram (City of Bliss) and Syananduram (Where Bliss is not far off). Ananda refers to Sree Padmanabha Himself. Hindu scriptures refer to the Supreme Being as ‘Sachidananda’ (Absolute Truth, Absolute Consciousness and Absolute Bliss). Despite attacks of chrislamization since 300 years, Kerala is still known as God’s own country due to its eternal connection with Bhagwan Padmanabhaswamy.
The Principal Deity, Padmanabhaswamy, is enshrined in the “Anantha-sayanam” posture (in the eternal sleep of Yoga-nidra on the serpent Anantha). The Maharajah of Travancore bears the title, “Sree Padmanabhadasa’ (Servant of Bhagwan Padmanabha).
In line with the Temple Entry Proclamation, only those who profess the Hindu faith are permitted entry to the temple. Devotees have to strictly follow the dress code. Ananthankadu Nagaraja Temple still exists to the North-west of Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple. The Samadhi (final resting place) of the Swamiyar exists to the west of the Sri Padmanabha Temple. A Krishna Temple was built over the Samadhi. This Temple, known as Vilvamangalam Sri Krishna Swami Temple, belongs to Thrissur Naduvil Madhom.
In the sanctum sanctorum, Sri Padmanabha reclines on the serpent Anantha or Adi Sesha. The serpent has five hoods facing inwards, signifying contemplation. The Bhagwan’s right hand is placed over a Shiv Lingam. Sridevi, the Devi of Prosperity and Bhudevi the Devi of Earth, two consorts of Vishnu are by his side. Brahma emerges on a lotus, which emanates from the navel of the Bhagwan, depicting creation of this Universe. The deity is made from 12,000 Shaligrams (Salagrama). These Saligrams are from the banks of the Gandaki River in Nepal, and to commemorate this, certain rituals are 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 done with flowers and the Abhishekam.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple Idols
Inside Padmanabhaswamy Temple
The platforms in front of the Vimanam and where the deity rests, are both carved out of a single massive stone and hence called “Ottakkal-mandapam.” The Ottakkal-mandapam were cut out of a rock at Thirumala, about 4 miles north of the temple, measuring 20 feet square and 2.5 feet thick, it was brought and placed in front of the deity in the month of Edavom. In order to perform Darshan and Puja, one has to ascend the to the Mandapam. The Deity is visible through three doors – the visage of the reclining Bhagwan and Shiv Ling underneath the hand is seen through the first door; Sridevi and Divakara Muni in Katusarkara, Brahma seated on a lotus emanating from the Bhagwan’s navel, hence the name, “Padmanabha”, gold abhisheka murtis of Bhagwan Padmanabha, Sridevi and Bhudevi, and silver utsava murti of Padmanabha through the second door; the Bhagwan’s feet, and Bhudevi and Kaundinya Muni in Katusarkara through the third door. Only the King of Travancore may perform Sashtanga Namaskaram, or prostrate on the “Ottakkal Mandapam”.
It is traditionally held that anybody who prostrates on the Mandapam has surrendered all that he possesses to the Deity. Since the ruler has already done that, he is permitted to prostrate on this Mandapam.
Among the six kallaras or chambers in the Temple, Bharatakkon Kallara (Chamber B) is very closely associated with Sri Padmanabhaswamy. It is not a part of the Temple Treasury. The holy Chamber houses a Srichakram, an idol of Sri Padmanabha and many valuables meant to enhance the potency of the Principal Deity. It has in it the presence of many Bhagwans and sages worshipping the Bhagwan. Kanjirottu Yakshi also resides in the Chamber worshipping Bhagwan Narasimha. The enchanting and ferocious forms of this Yakshi are painted on the south-west part of the main Sanctum.
Supreme Court of India appointed the seven member committee in the presence of the Head Trustee of Travencore Trust of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy temple. Recently at Tiruvananthapuram, state of Kerala had opened the six secret vaults of the Vishnu temple.
The researchers discovered under 20 feet of the ground approximately $ 22 billion (as per some analysts) worth of highly valuable gold in the form of, diamond jewellery, golden utensils, weapons, Bhagwan idols, golden elephants idols and diamond necklaces having 500 kilograms weight and 18 feet length and bags full of golden coins of different nations, including Napolean and Italian coins in their one week of findings. With this Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy of Tiruvnanthapuram has emerged the richest Bhagwan on the earth. And this world is looking at the opulence of this Bhagwan in a great shock and pleasant surprise.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secret Doors
Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secrets: Treasure Doors Opened
The secret of the treasures of Sri Padmanabh Swami was always kept safe.The rumors about the treasure was left as rumors until an Adovacate Ananda Padmanabhan like any observant raised his doubts about the treasure of the temple. On September 2007, behalf of two devotees submitted a lawsuit against the management looking after the temple at a low court in Trivandrum. The lawsuit submitted said that from his researches and study the temple hide beneath it almost six chambers or kallaras which contain lot of wealth, as according to the legend, temple may have hidden treasure in it. In the lawsuit, he had pleaded the court to not to allow the temple management or the Henchman to touch the kallaras. On the basis of this the law court of Trivandrum appointed two commissioners, to be present whenever the vault is being opened by the temple workers. On October, Anantha Padmanabhan with the two officers, when one of the biggest anniversary of the temple was taking place – They entered the room were the deity was kept and behind the deity they found the six kallaras as said by Ananda Padmanabhan. They opened two vaults namely C And D which contained the ornaments of God which were used during festivals. These vaults were closed and sealed again.
After continuously filing several appeals to the Supreme court; the court finally appointed supervisors to check for the rest of kallaras in the temple. During the supervision, two vaults were opened and had an immense amount of wealth. The findings of the treasure moderately estimates it to be of one lakh crore. The kallaras are arranged in an order A to B. In these vaults, A and B were never opened for 150 years. It is said that the chamber was last opened in 1930.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secret Doors Opened 90 Years Back!
In 1931, December 6 Sunday, at an auspicious time of 10 am Sri Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma himself inserted the key to the chambers of secret of the Padmanabh Swami temple to its rusty locks. An ambulance was waiting outside the temple as no one was sure what they were going to witness inside the temple. As the locks couldn’t be opened they had to work really hard for two and a half hours to break open the doors.
It was then found that the other kallaras were behind it. All the total four kallaras were opened; namely Mahabaratha konathu kallara, Sree Pandarathu kallara, Vedavyana konnathu kallara and Saraswathi konathu kallara. The mission was stopped at around 3:30 pm.
The Hindu editor present during the time of this event reported that they found four brass chest filled up with old coins, a granary like thing filled with gold and silver coins he also reported that they found many articrafts made up of gold and silver, later they found a wooden chest filled with gold, diamond, rubies and many other precious stones.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple History Unlocked Again, Secret Doors Opened in 2011
The temple treasure was recently opened after court orders. In June 2011, the Supreme Court directed the authorities from the archaeology department and the fire services, to open the secret chambers of the temple for inspection of the items kept inside. The temple has six hitherto known vaults (Kallaras), labeled as A to F, for book keeping purpose by the Court (an Amicus Curie Report by Justice Gopal Subramaniam, in April 2014 again, has reportedly found two more further subterranean vaults that have been named G and H). While vaults A and B have been unopened over the past many years the vaults C to F have been opened multiple times. The two priests of the temple, the ‘Periya Nambi’ and the ‘Thekkedathu Nambi’, are the custodians of the four vaults, C to F, which are opened periodically.
The Supreme Court had directed that “the existing practices, procedures, and rituals” of the temple be followed while opening vaults C to F and using the articles inside, while Vaults A and B would be opened only for the purpose of making an inventory of the articles and then closed. The review of the temple’s underground vaults was undertaken by a seven-member panel appointed by the Supreme Court of India to generate an inventory, leading to the enumeration of a vast collection of articles that are traditionally kept under lock and key. A detailed inventory of the temple assets, consisting of gold, jewels, and other valuables is yet to be made.
World’s Richest Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secrets
Opulence of the Earth’s Wealthiest Padmanabhaswamy Temple
Among the reported findings, are a three-and-a-half feet tall solid pure golden idol of Mahavishnu, studded with hundreds of diamonds and rubies and other precious stones. Also found were an 18-foot-long pure gold chain, a gold sheaf weighing 500 kilos, a 36-kilo golden veil, 1200 ‘Sarappalli’ gold coin-chains that are encrusted with precious stones, and several sacks filled with golden artifacts, necklaces, diadems, diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds, gemstones, and objects made of other precious metals and precious stones. Ceremonial attire for adorning the deity in the form of 16-part gold anki weighing almost 30 kilograms (66 lb), gold coconut shells studded with rubies and emeralds, and several 18th century Napoleonic era coins were found with many other objects. In early-2012, an expert committee had been appointed to investigate these objects, which include lakhs of golden coins of the Roman Empire, that were found in Kottayam, in Kannur District.
According to Vinod Rai, the former Comptroller-and-Auditor-General(CAG) of India, who had audited some of the Temple records in August 2014, in the already opened vault A, there is an 800-kilo hoard of gold coins, dating to around 200 B.C, each coin priced at over ₹ 2.70 crores. Also found, was a pure Golden Throne adorned with hundreds of diamonds and fully precious stones, meant as a seat for the 18-foot-long Deity. According to varying reports, at least three, if not many more, solid gold crowns have been found, all studded with diamonds and other precious stones. Some other media reports also mention hundreds of pure gold pots, chairs and jars, among the articles recovered from Vault A and its antechambers.
This revelation has solidified the status of the Padmanabhaswamy Temple as the wealthiest temple in the world. It is conservatively estimated that the value of the monumental items is close to ₹1.2 lakh crore or ₹1.2 trillion (US$18 billion). If the antique and cultural value were taken into account these assets could be worth ten times the current market price. Analysts value the wealth of these vaults to be around ₹120 lakh crore or ₹12 trillion (US$180 billion) that too at moderate degree of rate calculation.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple is not a Mandir but the Most Richest Place in Earth in terms of Wealth and Opulence
These estimates were on the basis of the revelations since July 2011, when five vaults were opened, with the at least one remaining vault (B), which is the largest, still closed. One of the oldest existing estimates regarding Vault B, which can be considered to be at least as reliable as any other made since the discovery of the hidden treasure (or assets) of the Temple in 2011, was done by the Travancore Royal Family itself in the 1880s. According to the then drawn-up estimate, the riches contained in Vault B, which is the only vault (of the reported six) that is unopened so far, since the discovery of the treasure, were worth ₹12,000 crores. Considering the subsequent inflation of the rupee, and the increase in the prices of gold and other precious metals and stones since, the treasure in the unopened vault B alone, would be worth at least ₹ 50 trillion (US$1 trillion) in present-day terms, before the cultural value being factored in.
Imagine the opulence of free India, when it was under reign of Hindu kings, this asset is of only one major Padamanabha Swamy temple of Kerala, there are many such lavish temples constructed by Hindu kings all over India, the treasures of all these major temples, worth trillions of rupees, were looted by terrorist mughals and greedy britishers – both representing symbols of Abrahamic cruelty – islamic and christian terrorism. At conservative rate, the opulence of free India must be at least ₹ 500 quadrillion, 1500 years back. Ancient Hindus consumed food served on silver and gold utensils, after robbery of invaders, they started using copper and brass utensils. By the time India attained freedom, after massive loot of 900 years foreign invasion, Indians started using steel and aluminium articles.
As of March 2013, inventorying and valuation of the items in vaults C, D, E, and F were just completed; while formal inventorying of vault A had just commenced; and vaults B, G, and H along with their several ante-chambers were yet to be opened. Over 1.04 lakh ‘articles’ have been retrieved, valuated and put back, in the vaults C, D, E and F. Vault A contains over 1.02 lakh articles. An ‘article’ could be either an individual item, or collections of several items, examples of the latter being a cache of 1,95,000 ‘Rassappanams’ (Gold coins) weighing 800 kg and sets of Navaratnas (collections of nine different kinds of fully precious diamonds). There are over 60,000 fully precious stones, set as parts of larger pieces of gold jewellery, amongst those over-1.04 lakh items inventoried from vaults C, D, E and F. The results of the inventory are not to be released until the completion of the whole process by order of the Supreme Court of India.
How Hindus Always Hide Their Wealth
Padmanabhaswamy Temple Wealth Protection: Relying on Natural Elements, Knowledge and Creatures
Hindus always trusted mother nature and their knowledge to hide wealth. Temple wealth belonged to Bhagwan. It is based on the principle of Karma. Things you devote (or materialistic donation) to Bhagwan is reciprocated in manifolds by keeping the populace and nation prosper – devoid of famine, floods and volcanic eruptions. However modern day scientists have developed several mahayantras and destructive systems that they are able to create artificial famines, floods and eruptions by disbalancing stratosphere using EMF distortions causing harmful ripple effects to all five layers of atmosphere. This is part of repercussions of Kaliyuga. And continues till no one stops.
There were majorly these materials used by Hindus to secure their temple:
Treasure was put in a pot then immersed in water. This was done in river or deeply dug well. Water undoubtedly help to keep original elements safe for a long time. It does not easily move due to ripple effects of tectonic shifts. Water also acts as coolant to keep the wealth safe.
Rock is used in many forms to hide the treasure.
A large and heavy rock is used to bury the treasure underneath it, especially fake basements created to hide the wealth. It is also a cover to the big tunnel constructed to hide the treasure. It is done in a certain way that it becomes part of the structure and does not look like a rock placed to block the tunnel. This helped to safeguard the wealth from the weather and made it impossible for anybody to lift the rock and discover the riches.
Second method is hiding in plain sight. In order to conceal the treasure, a false rock was constructed. This involve applying natural paints to make a rock appear real, or making a copy using a mould or cast. Then the rock was used to hide the treasure by positioning it such that it would mix with the surroundings.
Third method was to make a hollow space inside a rock by removing some of its content. This is also known as soma technique. The treasure was put in a rock that has been hollowed out. Usually solid rock was used, brittle rocks with natural orifice was ignored to hide treasure. The treasure was placed within the hollow and then covered with a rock, or the cavity was filled with a substance that would make it difficult to find the treasure inside.
Atharva Veda and Rasa Shastra made it possible for Hindus to create amazing illusions to hide the wealth. Several constructive materials were used that blends with the surrounding. Some big concealment techniques involved making them guise as a natural landscape or lake or forest or even barren ground. There are still hundreds of techniques to hide wealth through illusion in Hindu texts.
Through the use of camouflage, an item was made to amalgamate with its surroundings, to make it more difficult to spot. This helped to conceal items by having them blend in with the environment or backdrop, making it challenging for someone to detect them.
Mirrors became important part of illusion to hide treasure. They were used to reflect light, provide the appearance of more space, or conceal items. A person in front of a mirror, for instance, would appear to be in front of a doorway or other opening when there was actually none at all.
Misdirection is another tactic, part of a larger illusion used to deflect attention from something and make it appear less obvious. This was accomplished by using decoys or other visual gimmicks, big sound disguise to distract hearing aids and spreading misinformation about actual place of treasure.
Snakes were frequently utilised as part of the larger treasure-hiding strategy. They were put in a big hidden compartment. They were taught to be extremely perceptive to strange vibration, sound, and light. Venomous snakes were good protectors and posed a risk to mysterious enemies and other animals who were trained to loot the treasure. Snakes were also used to protect negligible amount of treasure as a camouflage while plethora of wealth was hidden somewhere else.
Padmanabhaswamy Temple used all forms of available resources even some of the lesser known techniques to common populace to hide the treasure.
CAUTION: Governments – central and state – planted several of their members in temple boards across Bharat so that robbing off temple gold and wealth becomes easier. So in a collective greed of capturing temple wealth and looting them, they are committing big sins. Such politicians are destroying their present and after life, however in doing so they are also harming natural karmic balance. Robbing wealth once donated to Bhagwan is unpardonable heinous sin. The repulsive karmic effect would be detrimental to the common citizens of Bharat. Because no Hindu ever raised any protest against this sinful loot, amounting to several lakhs of crores. Oppressor is encouraged when victim is non-reactive. Victim is equally responsible for being acquiescent. The negative effect would grievously harm citizens on whom such looted wealth is shared in guise of vote baiting schemes.
An Anecdote of a Traveller on Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple Secrets
Inside of Unopened Vault B of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
Vault B mysteries are centuries old. Generations after generations protected the wisdom for the sake of Humanity.
There were some greedy people comprised of local traders and tribal leaders. They revealed the secret to a British officer. It was decided to open the Vault B. There is a personal account about Vault B that comes from Emily Gilchrist Hatch’s 1933 travel guide, Travancore: A Guide Book for the Visitor.
Hatch recalled that in 1931, a group of skilled labours tried to enter Vault B. They were shocked to find hundreds of cobras protecting the treasure, most of the snakes were in peculiar positions like well trained guards securing the treasure. They fled for their lives. The atmosphere was frightening and no one could stand for few seconds. Like other vaults, there are also numerous stories about the contents of the Vault B, with most people acknowledging that a vast amount of wealth lies within it – it is highly protected as it contains more wealth than all the Vaults combined. Stories of other Vaults proved true when they were recently opened. Similarly frightening details of unlocking destruction, if Vault B is opened has to be taken seriously. No one can afford to mock the design of Siddh Rishis and divine deities.
Many scholars believed that the vault should not be opened, lest the world be struck by a catastrophe that would bring an end to our very existence.
The traveller did not provide any documented proof that whatever he wrote about opening the Vault B was true or concocted theory of his own to sell the guide.
Followers of Krishna’s Brother Balarama Protect the Last Doors of the Treasures
Treasure and Mysterious Seventh Chamber of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
Balaram brother of Shree Krishna in Dwapar Yug and the serpentine of Shri Maha Vishnu in Vaikunta, had visited this temple according to Shrimad Bhagavatham (Bhagavata Purana). Balram is Sheshnag, king of all Nags and snakes are followers of him.
The entire world stands now to know what’s behind the Mysterious Last door of Padmanabha Swamy temple. According to the experts it is expected to unlock by itself when a Secret Mantra is spelled as it is locked in that way.
This chamber is being considered by the Trust members and other learned Astrologers of India, as highly mysterious, sacred, risky and dangerous to unveil it. Because the steel door of the Chamber-B is having two big Cobra Portraits on it and this door as no nuts, bolts or other latches.
It is considered to be fixed to the secret chamber with the ‘Naga Bandham’ or ‘Naga Paasam’ mantras by then ‘Siddha Purashas’ who lived during the reign of king Marthandavarma in the 16th century.
A door of such a secret vault can be opened by a highly erudite ‘Sadhus’ or ‘Mantrikas’ who are familiar with the knowledge of extricating ‘Naga Bandham’ or ‘Naga Paasam’ by chanting a ‘Garuda mantra’; so except in this way, the doors can’t be opened by any means, by anyone. At present no where in India or in the world Rishis exist who are highly sacred. Powerful Siddha Purshas are not found to be staying among populace. Those who are knowing the Vedic process to recite Garuda mantra prefer staying in secluded places, hills and forests.
Pious Rishis do live, but they stay far away from common people as they successfully elevated their thoughts and soul to a high level of divine consciousness. Far away from the thoughts of material richness and heritage.
If humanly attempts are put with man-made technology to open the mysterious Chamber-B other than by chanting highly sacred and powerful Garud Mantras by the pious Sadhus, catastrophes are likely to occur in and around the Temple premises or through out India or even through out the world according to Vedic astrologers of India, who also admitted their inability to open the door by chanting the secret Garud Mantra.
If Garuda Mantra is chanted by any powerful Sadhu or Yogi or Mantrika the door can be automatically opened and no human effort is needed to open it in any other way.
As of now, the people on our side of the door are able to listen the sounds of water or hisses made by snakes. Believers say that the seventh door has an opening where the entire temple and areas may be flooded with waters and some others say, that there are large serpents guarding the area inside, they do not allow any one. The day to know what’s really behind is still awaited. Since ages, Vedic astrologers excelled in predictions, numerous historical incidences right from occurrence of Mahabharat war to the partition of India – all were correctly predicted.
It is common among ignorant Indians to disrespect our own legacies. Vedic astrologers were highly regarded even by britishers so when they informed congressmen and britishers not to declare (a division called) independence on 15th august as the day was not auspicious; britishers purposely declared it on the same date, as they believed that it will definitely cast bad omen on India, whatever Vedicians predicted hold true, and India still remains a nation which has largest number of poor people, no basic sanitation, deeply rooted corruption and anti-Hindu ecosystem.
That is why Vedic astrologers were called, when they saw the doors, they admitted it is not possible for them to open the doors.
The recent prediction of the re-establishment of Vedic Hindu Rashtra will also become truth after seeing recent developments in the assembly elections of India which is positive for the formation of native Bharat.
The opulence belong to Bhagwan and not to the people, once donation is made, no one has any right on the gifts made for Yagna. The original petitioner whose court action led to the inventory taking, T.P. Sundarajan, died in July 2011, adding credence to those who believe in the secret locking of the temple. Merely filing petition led to the death of petitioner, imagine what can happen if evil attempt of opening the doors is made. The security of doors is done by the followers of Balram and they are still protecting the prosperity of Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple.
Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple Construction
Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple Vaults Locations and Doors
What Happened to Padmanabhaswamy Temple Treasure?
They are kept untouched. These temple treasures only belong to rightful owners – the ancient Bhakts who accumulated the treasure with the blessings of Bhagwan. Inheritance of protection and safety of treasure cannot be construed as the right to use.
List of Some Precious Jewels found in Treasure Vaults
ॐ 1 lakh gold coins
ॐ rare priceless gems
ॐ precious diamonds like belgium diamonds, indraneelam, emerald , rubies
ॐ 1200 Sarapoli coins
ॐ precious crowns
ॐ kashumala (necklace )
ॐ 400 golden necklaces with emeralds embedded on them
ॐ more than 200 gold plates
ॐ gold chains
ॐ gold danus
ॐ gold ornaments
ॐ gold pathakkam
ॐ 4 feet tall statue of Vishnu studded with precious emeralds on it
ॐ golden staffs
ॐ gold utensils
ॐ gold Umberllas
ॐ gold Pots
ॐ gold varppu
ॐ gold uruli
ॐ gold umbrellas
ॐ gold kazhthukuttam
ॐ silver moola pattika
ॐ Gold , silver nilavilku
ॐ Gold kindi
ॐ Gold , silver dharakidaram
ॐ Golden pot
ॐ God Siva idols in gold
ॐ serpents in gold