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Draklha Lubuk is a cave with chapels within Chakpori that is said to date to 645, during the time of Songtsen Gampo. The cave is said to be the location where nagas from marshlands of the Jokhang were placed during the construction of the shrine. At the time of his death, Nyang Tingdzin Zangpo is said to have dissolved into rainbow light at the cave. 

Sources

Dorje, Gyurme. 2009. Tibet Handbook. Bath: Footprint, p. 119-120.

Ryavec, Karl E. 2015. A Historical Atlas of Tibet. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 68-69.

 



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