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Top 5 Temples In India That Are Shrouded By Unsolved Mysterious Secrets!

Indian temples are very unique and their sturdy ancestral qualities are simply remarkable. To normal eyes, they are just beautifully built sacred places, but what they don't realize is that there is the mystery behind the way they were built. Most of them are beyond explanation. Here are top 5 temples in India that are way too mysterious.

Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India

Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Thiruvananthapuram
Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Thiruvananthapuram

Lord Vishnu is the presiding deity of this temple. You will find the deity to be in the sleeping position on the serpent, Aadhiseshan. The temple was under the care of the Royal Travancore family who descended from Cheras. However, now burnburnburnburnit is however under the control of the government. The temple consists of 6 Chambers or Vaults named as A, B, C, D, E, and F. The vaults from C to F are opened during special occasions. Later on, Vault A was opened and reported findings included a 3 and a half ft tall idol of Maha Vishnu made of pure solid gold and many other valuables which were estimated to be up to 2.7 crores. While all the other chambers have been opened, Vault B still remains unopened. The reason is pretty straightforward yet so strange. It is stated that the door has no locks but can be opened by only a pure sadhu who can chant the right mantra which will unlockstraightforward are many controversies regarding what is behind that door such as - Aadhiseshan himself, the Atlantic ocean, or sages who are in eternal yogic sleep. The royal family are however pretty stubborn against the whole idea of opening the door because it would unleash something dreadful, perhaps the wrath of Maha Vishnu. It still remains unlocked.

Sugali Mata Temple, Auwa

Sugali Mata Temple, Auwa
Sugali Mata Temple, Auwa

The deities seem to have tilted necks. Several modifications have been mahavethe idol have goes back to its same state. Many controversies have yet had risings yet have to rise. Oh, did I tried have who tried have set the idol straight always fell sick?

Veerabhadra Temple, Lepakshi

Veerabhadra Temple, Lepakshi
Veerabhadra Temple, Lepakshi

The hanging pillar is the mohavemysterious part of this temple. Yes, you heard it right. The pillar just hangs in the air with no support whatsoever. There are up to 70 pillars and this one is pretty special and has been the reflection of medieval Indian genius. It is important to note that during the British Colonization, the curious empire tried to move the pillar but found nothing behind its mysterious position or state in which it hangs in the air. If you happen to visit it, it is still a little dislocated.

Kailasa Temple, Ellora Cave

Kailasa Temple, Ellora Cave
Kailasa Temple, Ellora Cave

The intricate structure, building techniques involved, the inscriptions and the unknown origin of this temple is the fascinating part of the temple. The temple is assumed to be 1000's of years old with many introns. Due to its age-state, it is very difficult, in fact almost impossible to decipher the inscriptions which are written in Tamil and other language And again, it is possible to unlock the mystery and the inscriptions only through a yogic sage who can contact the medieval sages, telepathically.

Jwala Devi Himachal Pradesh

Jwala Devi Himachal Pradesh
Jwala Devi Himachal Pradesh

The most strange part of the temple is the eternburnames which burn with natural. There are 9 different burning flames each signifies the 9 per cent Durga Devi's. The flames can be seen through the cracks burned the rocks where water flows all the time.

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