When information is passed from one generation to another, it very important to continue passing it as our lives depend on it because one day, I will depend on it, In this article, I will share with you three doors that have never been open since the day they were closed, and it’s very important they stay that way.1 The Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal was built in India is one of the most romantic buildings in the world, Shah Jahan started it’s construction in 1631, to honour the memory of his third wife, whom he loved dearly, it took 1000 elephants, 20000 men and 20 years to finish the construction, it has numerous sealed rooms which no one is allowed to enter into, the rooms are securely sealed as one of the theories is that Mumtaz Jahan,wife of Shah Jahan is buried deep in the Taj Mahal in the same state in which she died
2, The Great Sphinx of Giza
Is the largest monolith statue in the world, the construction was built around 4,500 years ago. With the help of seismograph, researchers discovered 2 rectangular chambers all at a depth of 25ft, these rooms are under the sphinx paws there theory that the rooms contains hall of records which may have the knowledge of life itself in paper scrolls archeologist believe the chambers has two entrances but both of them remain sealed and authorities have block researchers from gaining access into the chambers and they remain sealed,they are also speculations there is also a secret chamber right at the sphinx’s ear
3, SREE PADMANA BHA SWAMY Temple
Located in the Indian state Of Kerala, this building has gain popularity all over the world but underneath the temple are six vaults named A, B, C, D, E, F. The door leading to this chambers are massive and made of iron, several years ago authorities made efforts to open the vaults, 5 were opened and they contained bags of gold, priceless jewelry, gemstones and diamonds, the value was estimated at about $1trillion, what about the last chamber? It centrals close as many people believed the door is protected by a fatal curse which can only be removed when a suntra is pronounced the proper way which no one can nowadays and the door remains sealed ever since.