The capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, named after Lord Vishnu literally means 'the city of Lord Anantha' (city of the eternal Lord).
The presiding deity, known as Padmanabha Swamy, depicts the emergence of Lord Brahma (the creator) seated on a lotus blooming out of Lord Vishnu's navel. Hence, the name Padmanabha Swamy, where the 'Padma' refers to the lotus, 'Nabha' means navel and 'Swamy' is Lord. Here, Lord Padmanabha Swamy is seen in a reclining
Vault B is believed to be guarded by serpents, a folkloric vampire named Kanjirottu Yakshi and other supernatural divinities. They are believed to be the protectors of the vault and anyone trying to open the doors shall invite trouble, it is said.
Centuries ago, when the temple management attempted to open the Kallara B, they heard sounds of waves. And since it sounded mysterious and scary, they stepped back and withdrew their decision to open it.
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The size of the idol of Padmanabha Swamy is so vast that devotees take his darshan by viewing him through three doors. From the first door, one can see the head of the deity, from the door in the centre, a devotee can see the lotus blooming from the Lord's navel and from the last one, his feet can be seen.
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It is also probably one of those shrines where Lord Vishnu is seen with his consorts, Goddess Lakshmi (also known as Sri Devi) as well as Bhu Devi (the Goddess of Earth). Another striking feature of this deity is that the right hand of Lord Vishnu rests on a Shiva Linga.
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