Chakpori: literally “Iron Mountain”, a Medical college in Lhasa, Tibet.
Chakpori Monastery was first established in the twelfth century as a Kadampa monastery and converted to #Sakya in the thirteenth century.
The hill by that name, opposite the Potala in Lhasa, is considered sacred to Vajrapāṇi, and the slopes of Chakpori contain more than 5,000 rock-carvings. In 1695, Desi Sanggye Gyatso and Nyingto Yonten Gonpo built Chakpori Medical College on the site.
Today, we can only see the castle-like Chakpori Medical College in the past from some old photos.
Two monks blowing long copper dharma horns towards the Potala Palace, as if calling from various monasteries in Tibet and Mongolia Buddhist monks from China, Bhutan and other places pay tribute to Bhaishajyaguru (Medicine Buddha), just like a ballad widely spread in Lhasa: “The sound of the golden flute and suona comes from the top of the Potala Palace; Blow.”