The inspection of the temple began after India’s Supreme Court appointed a seven-member panel to enter and assess the value of the objects stored in its cellars, including the two chambers last thought to have been opened about 150 years ago.To go deep into knowing about the temple, it is a vedic temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu, it is run by the trust leaded by royal family of Travancore.Vilvamangalathu Swamiyar, residing near Ananthapuram Temple, Kasargod prayed to Lord Vishnu for his darshan.
He proceeded to Ananthankadu based on the directions of the lady from whom he enquired.The Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram, which is in the news with the discovery of treasures in its vaults, is an imaginative amalgam of the Dravidian and Kerala architectural styles.If the structure of the sanctum sanctorum, the Dhwaja Sthambham and the Chuttambalam characterise the Kerala style, the influence of the neighbouring Tamil country is visible elsewhere — the wall of the sanctum of the Sree Krishna shrine has Tamil Vattezhuthu inscriptions dating to 1375 CE; the gopuram over the eastern entrance has hundreds of stucco figures, reflecting the Vijayanagara style of architecture; the stunning sculptures in the Kulasekhara mandapam and on the pillars of the rectangular prakara are by sculptors of the Madurai Nayaka period and in the vimana over the sanctum. This befits a temple where the presiding deity, Vishnu, reclines on a snake, in a rare depiction.The boy defiled the Saligrama which was kept for Puja.The Sage became enraged at this and chased away the boy. After a long search, when he was walking on the banks of Arabian Sea, he heard a pulaya lady threatening her child that she would throw him in Ananthankadu.The Sage requested the Lord to shrink to a smaller proportion – thrice the length of his staff. But even then many Iluppa trees obstructed a complete vision of the Lord.