Norbulingka, meaning 'Treasure Park' in Tibetan, is situated in the western suburb of Lhasa City, at the bank of the Kyichu River, about one km (about 0.6 mile) southwest of Potala Palace.
It was used as the Summer Palace for Lamas, where they solved the political problems and held festive celebrations.
Norbulingka consists of several palace complexes, such as the Kelsang Potrang, Tsokyil Potrang, Golden Linka and Takten Migyur Potrang. Each palace complex is divided into three sections - the palace section, the section in front of the palaces and the woods.
Takten Migyur Potrang is one the palace complexes in Norbulingka. It was built in 1956 and designed for the 14th Dalai Lama.
People pile up stones and put money on it so as to send blessings.